$2M Powerball Ticket Sold in Philly

Lottery officials say a Philadelphia newsstand sold a Powerball ticket worth $2 million.

Monday, Jun 18, 2012  |  Updated 7:18 PM EDT
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A winning lottery ticket worth $2 million was sold at a news stand on Oregon Avenue in South Philly. Owner of the stand Long Chou says this isn't the first time he has sold a winning ticket. NBC10's Claudia Rivero reports.

NBC10 Phildelphia - Claudia Rivero

A winning lottery ticket worth $2 million was sold at a news stand on Oregon Avenue in South Philly. Owner of the stand Long Chou says this isn't the first time he has sold a winning ticket. NBC10's Claudia Rivero reports.

Lottery officials say a Philadelphia newsstand sold a Powerball ticket worth $2 million.
 
The winning ticket from Saturday's drawing correctly matched all five white balls, 08-14-15-16-27. It missed the red Powerball 26.

  An added “Power Play” set the prize at $2 million, minus 25 percent in federal taxes.
 
Nobody won the estimated jackpot of $40 million.
 
Pennsylvania lottery officials say the ticket was sold at Long Newsstand in South Philadelphia. The retailer will get a $10,000 bonus.
 
The Powerball jackpot has now grown to an estimated annuity value of $50 million, or $33.3 million in cash. The next drawing is Wednesday.
 

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