Powerball Ticket Worth $100,000 Sold in New Hampshire
💲 The Powerball jackpot has not been won since November
💲 The winner of $100,000 Power played their numbers and doubled their winnings
💲 Over $178,000 in prizes were won by New Hampshire players for Saturday’s Powerball drawing.
It's not the jackpot, but New Hampshire had a large prize winner in Saturday night's Powerball drawing.
One ticket matched four of the white balls and the Power Ball number, which is good for $50,000. The ticket holder Power Played their ticket for $1 more and matched the winning number 2, which doubled their prize to $100,000.
More than $178,000 in prizes were won by New Hampshire players for Saturday’s Powerball drawing.
The winning numbers were: white balls 2, 8, 15, 19, 58, and Powerball 10. The winning ticket was sold at Riverside Grocery in West Chesterfield.
The jackpot grows to $747 million ($403.1 million cash) for Monday's drawing, the fifth largest in the game's history. The Powerball jackpot has not been won since the drawing of November 19.
Maine and Massachusetts were very lucky for Mega Millions plays, with three of an unprecedented four jackpots being sold in those states. The most recent was Tuesday's drawing, which was a ticket purchased in Woburn, Massachusetts.
A single ticket was sold at Hometown Gas & Grill in Lebanon, Maine, for the Mega Millions drawing of January 13, with an annuity value of $1.35 billion ($724.6 million cash). It was Maine's first Mega Millions or Powerball jackpot winner ever, and the second-highest jackpot ever won in the United States.
The New England jackpot winners have not yet come forward.