In Green Bay, a winning Powerball ticket was sold.
The Badger State is cashing in on a big lottery win once again.
The $630 million Powerball prize will be shared between California and Wisconsin winners, with the winner in Wisconsin being sold at an unnamed Green Bay merchant. It’s the state’s greatest significant Powerball prize win since a West Allis man won a $768 million prize in March of this year, and the fourth Powerball or Mega Millions jackpot won by a Wisconsin resident in four years.
The winning ticket was purchased at Jackson Point CITGO on Packerland Drive, according to lottery officials. The lottery will provide a bonus to the shop.
The winning numbers for Wednesday were 6, 14, 25, 33, and 46, with the Powerball being 17.
If the winner does not claim the prize within 180 days of the drawing, the reward will be forfeited. The winner in California was sold at a 7-Eleven in Sacramento.
Over three million tickets earned at least $4, the minimum amount for only hitting the Powerball or one white ball and the Powerball.
The last jackpot victory occurred on October 4th, when a single ticket won $632 million.
Officials announced that Powerball tickets sold in Wisconsin and California were the winners of the current prize, which will be shared $632 million.
The Wisconsin Lottery did not immediately reveal where the winning ticket was purchased in the state. According to the California Lottery, the winning ticket was purchased at a 7-Eleven convenience shop in Sacramento.
The winning numbers for Wednesday night’s Powerball jackpot were 6, 14, 25, 33, and 46. The Powerball number was seventeen.
The victors may choose to share $450 million in cash. The jackpot was one of the greatest in Powerball history, although it didn’t make the list of the top ten largest in US lottery history.
There were also 14 additional tickets in the drawing that won several million dollars.
Powerball is a lottery game that is played in 45 states, as well as Washington, D.C., the United States Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico.