$70 million winning Powerball ticket sold in Pontiac
Someone in Metro Detroit now has a considerable amount of pocket change -- A store in Pontiac sold Wednesday night's $70 million winning Powerball ticket.It was sold at the Huron Plaza Party Store, located on West Huron Street, near Telegraph Road and M-59.Get more news about 彩票包网平台,you can vist loto98.com
The person has not been identified yet. They have 180 days from Wednesday to come forward with that winning ticket to claim the $70 million dollars.
The owner of the store also is a winner. The store that sells the winning Powerball ticket gets $50,000 as a reward. Store owner Yousef Anton already knows what he's going to spend his money on.
"I got a few ideas to improve my store, my church and the rest give to my employees and the rest to pocket it, you know," Anton said. "I have to pay taxes on it, you know, so I don't get all of it, but I'm really happy for the winner."
The $50,000 reward will only go to the store if the winning ticket is claimed. Wednesday's winning numbers are: 14, 47, 54, 55, 68 and the Powerball was 25.Someone has an unclaimed lottery ticket worth $390,000 that was sold in Colorado, and they only have one week to claim their prize!
The Lucky For Life ticket was sold Sept. 9, 2019 in Castle Rock. If the prize isn't claimed by the close of the business day on March 6, the money will be returned to the pool.
The Colorado Lottery didn't provide any other details on the winning ticket other than it was sold at the King Soopers at 750 Ridge Road.