Powerball 1 Million dollar Ticket Sold in New York, Fans Still Hoping for Jackpot

According to lottery officials, this weekend marked a fortunate turn of events for one individual who became a Powerball winner, bringing a windfall of luck and excitement.

The winning ticket, fetching the second-place prize worth a staggering $1 million, was sold at Manhattan’s Peoples Place Gourmet Deli, situated at 1391 2nd Ave. The stroke of fortune struck on March 9, when the deli got the winning ticket.

The winning numbers drawn on March 9 were 30, 36, 49, 52, 63, along with a red Powerball number of 16.

With the jackpot soaring to an estimated $511 million, the cash prize amounts to approximately $250 million.

In the Powerball game, players select numbers from a range of one to 69 for the white balls and another number from one to 26 for the Powerball. To claim the jackpot, participants must match all five white balls in any sequence along with the red Powerball number.

Powerball tickets are available for purchase at any New York Lottery retailer for $2, throughout the week. The deadline for purchasing tickets is 10 PM on the night of the draw.

Drawings take place every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 11 PM. The New York Lottery advises players to buy their tickets early to avoid last-minute queues.

For added convenience, players can use the New York Lottery app to securely check their tickets.

The New York Lottery remains the largest and most profitable lottery in North America, contributing $3.68 billion in the fiscal year 2021-22 to support education in New York State.

Michael Manua
Michael Manua
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