The lucky winner bought the ticket on January 26th, 2013 in southwest Kansas. The winning numbers were 3, 22, 26, 41, 49 and the Powerball 18. The ticket matched all the numbers but the Powerball; thus winning $1 million dollars.
Kansas Lottery’s security policies do not permit them to disclose the name and address of the retailer that sold the winning ticket.
The person that owns the million dollar ticker will have until January 25th, 2014 to claim the prize. The prize can be claimed at the Kansas Lottery Headquarters in Topeka or the Kansas Lottery office in Great Bend.
Betty Smith, from Billingham, UK, won the People’s Postcode Lottery, a charity subscription lottery with five drawings each month. A monthly ticket can be purchased for £10. In each drawing, a post code is picked at random and all players with that post code win a share of the prize. Betty found out she was […]
Eula Webb, 75, and Sam Cricci, 80, both of Middletown, NY, made a quick trip to the grocery store earlier this month for some milk and bread. While they were there, the two friends bought a few scratch tickets from the lotto machine as they often do. Webb and Cricci have had a long standing […]
Doug Delk from Moncks Corner, South Carolina, stopped by Wildwood Convenience store, where he is a regular, to pick up a scratch ticket. He asked for his favorite scratch ticket at the counter but they were out of it, so he picked the $10 Emerald Green 7′s ticket instead. Delk took a coin and scratched […]