4 lottery tix win $2.3 million in Philly, burbs
Another ticket scored at the Shore.
The Philadelphia area has had its share of lottery luck over the last week.
The biggest news, of course, was an Upper Darby woman, Patricia Chandler, claiming a $77 million cash jackpot in Powerball.
But four other area tickets have collectively scored more than $2 million since July 25. Add a win at the Shore and it’s five tickets and $2.5 million.
Here’s the rundown.
$1 million won in Philadelphia. On Wednesday night, nobody matched all of the Powerball numbers -- 8, 24, 39, 49 and 59, with a Powerball of 5 – sending the jackpot soaring to $290 million. Seven tickets, though, matched all but the Powerball, including one sold at Finest Deli, at 278 S. 52d St., in West Philadelphia. It won $1 million, as did tickets sold in New York, Connecticut and Florida. Oklahoma and Oregon tickets won $2 million for also having the prize-boosting Power Play option. One California ticket won $3 million under that state’s pari-mutuel system, even without the Power Play.
$262,383 won in Burlington County. Monday’s Jersey Cash 5 jackpot was won by a single ticket sold at One Stop Shoppe, 774 Eayrestown Rd., in Lumberton. It matched all the numbers: 2, 6, 17 , 37 and 39.
$1.14 million split by Montco, Berks tickets. The July 25 Pennsylvania Cash 5 jackpot was hit by two tickets, sold at the 7-Eleven at 301 S. Lewis Road in Limerick, and Your Bet at 3050 N. Fifth St. Highway in Reading. They matched all the numbers: 1, 3, 7, 28 and 29, to each win $572,808.50, less taxes.
$165,087 won in Atlantic County. The July 25 Jersey Cash 5 jackpot was hit by a single ticket sold at the 7-Eleven at 3800 Brigantine Blvd., in Brigantine. It matched all the numbers: 10, 16, 20, 33 and 36.
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