Pennsylvania Lottery officials today announced that the one winning ticket in the May 8, 2004, Powerball(R) drawing was sold at a Cumberland Farms store located on Route 532 in Washington Crossing, Bucks County.
One winning ticket sold in Pennsylvania matched all five white balls, 3-9-17-37-43, and the red Powerball(R), 39, in Saturday night’s drawing. The $213.2 million Powerball(R) jackpot is the largest jackpot prize in Pennsylvania Lottery history.
The winning Powerball(R) jackpot ticket has an annuity value of $213.2 million and a cash value of $110.2 million, less 25 percent federal withholding. The winner has one year to claim the Powerball(R) jackpot prize. The winner has 60 days from the date he or she claims the prize to decide between 30 annuity payments over a period of 29 years, or a one-time cash payment.
At this time, the winner of Saturday’s record jackpot has not come forward. The Lottery encourages the holder of the winning Powerball(R) ticket to sign the back of the ticket, contact a financial advisor and contact the Lottery at (717) 986-4720. The prize must be claimed at Lottery headquarters in Middletown, Dauphin County. A claim for the prize may be filed Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
“This has turned out to be a very happy Mother’s Day for Lottery players in Pennsylvania,” said Secretary of Revenue Gregory C. Fajt, who oversees the Pennsylvania Lottery. “Not only was the winning jackpot ticket sold in Pennsylvania, but three match-five …Read More