Pa. Lottery retailer in York County sells $1M Powerball ticket

A Pennsylvania Lottery retailer in York County bought a Powerball ticket value $1 million for the Wednesday drawing.

The ticket matched 5 of the 5 white balls drawn, 31-32-37-38-48, to win $1 million, much less relevant withholding, a press launch stated. Turkey Hill, 5 Fuhrman Mill Street, Hanover, earns a $5,000 bonus for promoting the successful ticket.

Winners should not recognized till prizes are claimed and tickets are validated. Pennsylvania Lottery Powerball winners have one 12 months from the drawing date to say prizes, in accordance with the discharge. The holder of the successful ticket ought to signal the again of the ticket and phone the closest Lottery workplace.

The Powerball jackpot rolled to an estimated annuity worth of $181 million, or $118.1 million money, for the subsequent drawing on March 26.

Pennsylvania Lottery gamers have choices to buy their Powerball tickets on-line or by visiting a retailer. Gamers can discover lottery-selling places closest to them by visiting the Discover a Retailer part of the Lottery’s web site, the discharge stated.

Gamers should be 18 or older.

Please play responsibly. Name 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) for assist with a compulsive playing drawback.


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