The owner of the $1.08 billion winning ticket on Wednesday night Powerball The drawing, sold at a convenience store in Los Angeles, has yet to win a prize, the largest in the game’s history.
The winning numbers are 7, 13, 10, 24, 11 and Powerball 24.
According to Powerball, the lucky ticket holder will receive an annual prize of $1.08 billion paid in installments over 30 years, or $558.1 million in total.
Wednesday’s prize ranks as the sixth-largest US lottery jackpot behind the world record and the third-largest Powerball jackpot. Last year’s $2.04 billion Powerball jackpot was won in CaliforniaThe $1.586 billion Powerball jackpot won in 2016, according to the lottery.
Tickets were sold at the Las Palmidas Mini Market in downtown Los Angeles California Lottery. The convenience store will get nearly $1 million Selling the winning ticket – The store owner says he plans to use it to take his wife and four kids on vacation.
Nabor Herrera, who said he has owned the mini market for nearly seven years, learned he had sold the winning ticket when he arrived at work Thursday morning, with reporters in his car.
“I don’t know, I’m finding out now when they surrounded me,” he said. “They didn’t want to let me stop.”
Three of Herrera’s customers bought high-volume tickets, and he believes the winner was one of his many regulars. He was eager to check the two tickets he had bought.
“Blessed, thank God someone won,” he said. “We get some too.”
Even if only one ticket wins the jackpot, players are advised to check their tickets for a chance of winning one of the other prizes.
Aside from Wednesday’s big winner, 36 tickets sold in 16 states matched five white balls, giving most states $1 million in prizes. Powerball Press Release. Seven of those tickets were sold in California. Accordingly, the prizes will be $448,750 California Lottery site. Non-jackpot prizes in California vary depending on the number of winners and ticket sales, and differ from the standard prizes displayed on the Powerball site.
The odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 292.2 million, Powerball says on its website.
Before Wednesday’s win, Powerball had gone 38 consecutive drawings without a jackpot winner since its April 19 drawing, when a ticket in Ohio matched all six numbers to win a grand prize worth $252.6 million.
“Congratulations to our new Powerball jackpot winner and the California Lottery!” said Drew Switko, Powerball Product Team President and Pennsylvania Lottery Executive Director. “For more than 30 years, Powerball has brought people together to dream big and win big, and in doing so, has raised billions of dollars for good causes supported by lotteries.”
Last year, a separate ticket won the $2.04 billion Powerball lottery jackpot in California as well. As a result, the gas station owner who sold the winning ticket He became a millionaire himself.
For those who didn’t become instant millionaires on Wednesday, there may still be hope: drawing mega-millions. Silver’s Mega Millions Jackpot is worth an estimated value $720 millionCash value is $369.6 million.