The lottery warns to check the winning Powerball tickets for the $100,000 unclaimed prize because there are several other unclaimed lottery prizes.
Here’s What You Need To Know For The Unclaimed Winning Powerball Tickets
A restaurant in Fountain Hills, Arizona is where the $100,000 winning Powerball lottery ticket was recently sold.
According to a local ABC affiliate ABC15, the ticket was for Saturday, November 4th’s drawing and was sold at the Parkview Tap House close to Saguaro and Palisades boulevards.
Saturday’s winning lucky numbers draw were 1, 28, 30, 34, and 52. The Powerball number is 6.
The lucky winner in Arizona has only 180 days from the draw date to claim their $100,000 prize. Hence, it allows the winner to get it until May 2, 2024, to claim the prize at an Arizona Lottery Office.
If this winning Powerball ticket remains unclaimed, the money will be allocated based on Arizona’s lottery jurisdiction laws.
Here’s How To Play For The Powerball Lottery
The Powerball is a national lottery and every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday are scheduled for the draw.
To play, you choose five regular numbers from one to 69, and one red Powerball number from one to 26.
You can either choose the numbers yourself or use the Quick Pick option, which is for you. The unknown player won by matching all five numbers as well as the Powerball number to the numbers drawn on Saturday night.
However, there are other ways to win cash from the Powerball, and below are the following.
- Match five white balls to win the Powerball grand prize.
- Match five white balls to win $1 million.
- Match four white balls and the Powerball to win $50,000.
- Match four white balls to win $100.
- Match three white balls and the Powerball to win $100.
- Match three white balls to win $7.
- Match two white balls and the Powerball to win $7.
- Match one white ball to win $4.
- Match the Powerball to win $4.
Keep in mind before playing and buying Powerball tickets, that gambling is inherently risky and can lead to obsession.
Lottery participants who are struggling with gambling addiction can call the National Gambling Hotline at 1-800-522-4700 or visit the National Council on Problem Gambling website.