Oklahoma lottery ticket worth $2 Million
It’s not $448 million, but someone in Oklahoma did win big in Wednesday night’s lottery.
A ticket worth $2 million is floating around somewhere. It was sold at a Northwest Oklahoma City convenience store.
Check your pockets and your purse for that ticket!
Jamie, who shops at the store where the $2 million ticket was sold, said, “I didn’t hit the $2 million, but I got $4.”
There was a lot of excitement Thursday as Oklahomans began checking those lottery tickets.
There’s a chance Jamie knows the winner. She and that person both bought there tickets at a Northwest Oklahoma City convenience store near Northwest Expressway and Council.
A worker at the store said, “It’s a great thing that someone from our store has won something like that!”
The $2 million winner matched all five white balls, missing only the Powerball. They also paid an extra $1 for the Powerplay, which is what multiplied their winnings to $2 million dollars.
Workers at the store where the ticket was sold were busy Wednesday as Powerball ticket buyers flocked into the store.
One worker said, “We usually don’t have huge lines, but yesterday we were seeing lines all over.
People were coming in and buying tickets. Yesterday was one crazy day.”
Jamie used her $4 to buy a couple of scratch off tickets, which won her another ticket.
The winner will have 180 days to make their way to the Oklahoma Lottery Headquarters to claim their prize.
The numbers in Wednesday’s Powerball were 05, 25, 30, 58 and 59. The Powerball was 32.
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