Where was New Jersey’s Powerball jackpot winning ticket sold?
TRENTON — For the second time in three months New Jersey has a large multi state lottery jackpot winner.
According to the Powerball website, there was one winning ticket sold in New Jersey to claim a jackpot with an annuity value of $315 million, and a cash value of $183 million.
The winning numbers drawn were: 03-06-09-17-56, Powerball: 25, Power Play: 3. According to the New Jersey Lottery the winning ticket was sold at the Shop Rite supermarket on South River Street in Hackensack.
The were also 4 winners of $50,000 each for matching four numbers plus the powerball. Two of those tickets applied the Power Play and tripled their winnings to $150,000 each.
"We encourage the winner to sign the back of that winning ticket, make a copy of both sides and put it in a safe place, and contact Lottery Headquarters at 609-599-5875 to arrange to file a claim for this multi-million dollar jackpot prize,” Acting Executive Director John M. White said in a statement.
Powerball had not had a jackpot winner since March 24 when a jackpot with an annuity value of $54 million was won by a ticket sold in Louisiana. Two weeks before Powerball had a winning jackpot of $456 million.
In April Richard Wahl of Vernon claimed the Mega Millions jackpot drawn on March 24 and chose the cash option of $324.6 million. The jackpot had an annuity value of $533 million.
The winning ticket was purchased at Riverdale South Lukoil in Riverdale. Its owners already received a bonus check of $30,000 for selling the single winning ticket.