Time running out to claim lottery tickets worth tens of thousands | News
Remember the record-setting $587 million Powerball® jackpot from late last year? Time is running out to claim three Powerball® tickets sold for that drawing. Two of the tickets are worth $40,000 and one is worth $10,000. The winning tickets were sold in Columbia and Orangeburg.
The November 28, 2012, Powerball® jackpot drew national attention and produced one $2 million winner, two $1 million winners, six $40,000 winners and five $10,000 winners in our state. More than 140,000 winning tickets were sold by the South Carolina Education Lottery for the drawing.
If you purchased a Powerball® ticket from Jimmy’s Mart at 9900 Two Notch Rd. in Columbia or the Quick Pantry #6 at 3224 Five Chop Rd. in Orangeburg this past November, you should check your tickets. You might be $40,000 richer. A $10,000 winning ticket was sold at the Hickory Point #46 at 7467 Garners Ferry Rd. in Columbia.
The tickets must be claimed no later than Tuesday, May 28. The tickets matched four white ball numbers and the red Powerball® number.
Powerball® – Wednesday, November 28
5 - 16 - 22 - 23 - 29 Powerball®: 6
The winning tickets must be claimed at the Columbia Claims Center before 4 p.m. on Tuesday, May 28.
If the prizes are not claimed, the winnings will be deposited in the Education Lottery Account to support educational programs in South Carolina.
Players have 180 days from the date of the drawing to claim their prizes. For complete information on claiming prizes, visit sceducationlottery.com.
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