Unclaimed $50,000 Delaware Lottery Powerball Prize Awaits Winner
Unclaimed Delaware Lottery Powerball Prizes: Win Big, Claim Fas
According to source, a $50,000 Delaware Lottery Powerball prize remains unclaimed after a winning ticket was purchased at a Wawa convenience store in Bethany Beach for the Delaware Lottery Powerball draw held on October 25. The ticket holder must come forward to claim their Delaware Lottery Powerball prize before it expires, in accordance with Delaware Lottery rules, which stipulate that prizes must be claimed within one year of the draw date.
Notably, other unclaimed Delaware Lottery Powerball prizes, including a $50,000 ticket from a Food Lion in Seaford for the Delaware Lottery Powerball Draw on January 9, remain outstanding.
While there are potentially life-changing Delaware Lottery Powerball prizes waiting to be claimed in different states, it’s essential to play the lottery responsibly. Those who suspect gambling addiction can seek help by calling the National Gambling Hotline at 1-800-522-4700 or visiting the National Council on Problem Gambling website.
Unclaimed Lottery Prizes Nationwide: Millions at Stake
In addition to the unclaimed Delaware Lottery Powerball prizes, similar situations exist across the country, such as a $5.4 million fortune in Burbank, California, from the Lottery Powerball draw on September 23, a $4 million prize that went unclaimed in Waxahachie, Texas, and a $2 million prize awaiting a winner in Iowa.
Additionally, Rhode Island has two unclaimed $50,000 Delaware Lottery Powerball prizes set to expire soon, emphasizing the importance of checking Lottery tickets promptly after each draw.