There could finally be a winner for the Powerball on Wednesday night. The winner will not only win a staggering $1.5 billion, but will be making history by winning the largest lottery jackpot ever in the United States.
The lottery jackpot has made a huge jump from the previous $950 million to $1.5 billion since the last drawing on Saturday, January 9th. With being unable to produce a winner, more and more people are jumping in and buying their tickets. We talked to owner of Mother...
The drawing for the 500 million dollar Powerball jackpot is set for Wednesday night.
Wednesday's night lottery was the sixth-largest ever in North America and one local business is seeing a lot of folks out buying tickets due to its history of selling winning lottery tickets. We talked the owner of Mother Tucker's, Jimmy Pitcock and he said the lottery is a huge part of this store.
"We have a huge lottery, very loyal customers that come here. Over the last year or so, this...
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At least two people now have a lot of holiday cash and some to spare. Lottery officials say there are two winning tickets from Wednesday night’s Powerball drawing. The tickets were sold in Arizona and Missouri. They’ll be splitting a jackpot of 579.9 million dollars before taxes, or a cash option of 379.8 million dollars before taxes. Some good news for Ohio -- There is a one million dollar ticket sold in the buckeye state.
Ohio Lottery players can expect to pay twice as much for their chance at a big cash prize.
Players of the Ohio Lottery's Powerball drawings will see ticket prices go up from one to two dollars. With the doubling in price comes a doubling of the jackpot as well, which will start at 40 million dollars. At Mother Tucker's gas station on Sharon Avenue, cashier, Erik Land believed the hike in price might actually help improve ticket sales.
Ohio residents will no longer have to drive to neighboring states to take part in Powerball.
The popular multi-state lottery game with a starting jackpot of $20 million is going on sale in the Buckeye State Friday. Local retailers are getting prepared for the customers wanting to take the 1 in 195 million chance of winning the jackpot.
"New people wanna play new games. I've already passed out a lot of cards for it," said Mother Tucker's Manager Josh Bailey.