A lucky New York Powerball lottery player won $1 million dollars in the draw on Saturday, September 23.
According to officials, the winning ticket was purchased at the “Chestnut Mart” at 69 Theodore Fremo Ave, Rye Township on westchester county. The player matches all five white balls. No bill matches all six numbers. The white balls 1, 12, 20, 33 and 66 and the red Powerball 21.
Seven other New York players won $50,000 in the same drawing. Those tickets are sold at the following stores:
-Wolf Road Mobil: 88 Wold Rd., Albany.
-Main Street Mart: 230 Main St., Center Moriches.
-Stewart’s Stores: Route 146, Clifton Park.
-Twiggs Convenience & Smoke: 639 Middle Neck Rd., Great Neck.
-YZ 99 Cents: 817 Seneca Ave., Ridgewood, Queens.
-Cumberland Farms: Campbell Avenue, Troy.
-The Depot/New Smith Haven Smoke: Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream.
El major Powerball prize grew to an estimated $785 million in dollars for the draw last night, Monday the 25th, he said Pix11. This is the 4th largest amount in the history of that lottery, are limited CNN.
Players can securely check their tickets on the New York Lottery app or on the official website. Players You have up to one calendar year from the time of the drawing to claim your prizes..
At the end of July the Powerball left two winners of $1 million each also in New Jersey. The jackpot was last won on July 19 on California for a value of $1.08 billion dollars, the third largest in the history of the lottery.
According to statistics New York is the “luckiest” US state for the number of jackpot winners in the Powerball and Mega Millions lotteries in recent decades.
WHO fight gambling addiction or know someone who has it can find help by calling New York State’s free and confidential HOPEline at 1-877-8-HOPENY (1-877-846-7369); or by texting HOPENY (467369).