New Jersey

Twenty-Nine Powerball Tickets Worth $50K Sold in New Jersey

Twenty-nine Powerball ticketholders in New Jersey  won $50,000 each on Saturday after purchasing tickets in various locations. With no grand-prize winner, the jackpot climbed to $1.4 billion Monday, the largest in history.

The winning tickets worth $50k matched four white balls and the Powerball for the drawing according to lottery officials.

The locations where the 29 $50,000 tickets were sold are as follows:

Atlantic County:
• 7-Eleven on Bellevue Ave

Bergen County:
• Leonia News & Stationery
• Krauszer’s Food Stre
• 7-Eleven on Washington Street
• Shoprite of Ramsey

Burlington County:
• Medford News and Tobacco

Camden County:
• Junction Liquors

Essex County:
• 7-Eleven on Bloomfield Ave
• Krauszer’s Food Store
• Blackstone Convenience
• Keils Pharmacy Inc.

Hudson County:
• Sunrise Convenience Store
• Mini Mart Food Store

Mercer County:
• 7-Eleven on Upper Ferry Rod

Middlesex County:
• Quick Chek

Monmouth County:
• Wall Exxon
• Quick Chek
• Farmingdale Liquors

Morris County:
• Hickory Wine Cellar
• Powder Mart
• 7-Eleven on Salem Street
• News Plus

Ocean County:
• WAWA on Bay Ave
• Scotts Superette

Passaic County:
• Orange Grocery and Deli LLC
• Shop Rite

Somerset County:
• Bhumi Convenience Store

Union County:
• Clark Tiger Mart
• South Street Market

One person who purchased a ticket in Philadelphia's fishtown neighborhood matched five numbers without the Powerball. That ticket is worth $1 million.

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