8 Powerball tickets from North Carolina win at least $50,000

The Powerball jackpot keeps growing with the draw on Saturday bringing no winner. But that doesn’t mean that large prizes didn’t get won.

In North Carolina, eight people won big in North Carolina.

Two 3$ Power Play tickets in North Carolina were awarded a prize of $150,000 by matching four white balls as well as the Powerball to be awarded $50,000. The prize was tripled, reaching $150,000 after it was revealed that the 3-X multiplier had been drawn.

Two wins took place:

In Greensboro In Greensboro, with an entry ticket bought in a convenience store in Greensboro, you can take you can take the Kwik Trip on East Wendover Avenue.

In Asheboro With a ticket bought through this lottery’s site.

Six other tickets worth $2 in North Carolina were worth a $50,000 cash prize when they matched four white balls with the Powerball. The winnings occurred at Elm City, Cary, Benson, Marshall, Havelock and Wilmington.

The jackpot is set to climb by at least $300 million, if not more, to the record, which is at least $1.9 billion. There is also an option to cash in $929.1 million in the Monday’s draw.

The chances of winning the jackpot is 1 out of 292 million.

“We’ve never seen a jackpot go this high before,” said Mark Michalko, executive director of the N.C. Education Lottery. “Remember, to get your chance at winning it, it only takes a single $2 or $3 ticket. Play smart and have fun dreaming about what you would do if you won.”

In the drawing on Saturday at the end of the day, 16 tickets from across the nation were matched to all five white balls and won one million dollars. A single Power Play ticket in Kentucky was awarded a prize of $2 million.

The numbers that won on Saturday were 28 and 45. The winning numbers were 53 56, 69, while the Powerball was 20.

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