Check Your Tickets: $100,000 Powerball Prize Set to Expire in Dauphin County

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MIDDLETOWN, PAPennsylvania Lottery players, it’s time to check your tickets. A Powerball® with Power Play® ticket worth $100,000, sold in Dauphin County for the July 10, 2023, drawing, will soon expire.

The winning ticket, sold at Pilot Travel Center on Linglestown Road in West Hanover Township, matched four of the five white balls (2-24-34-53-58) and the red Powerball (13). With the Power Play® multiplier of two, the prize doubled to $100,000 from $50,000.

Claimants must file a prize claim by Wednesday, July 10, 2024. Claims can be filed by mail or at any of the Lottery’s seven area offices. All offices are open to the public from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and appointments are recommended. The PA Lottery Headquarters in Middletown remains closed to visitors. Claimants should sign the back of their ticket and call the Lottery at 1-800-692-7481 for further instructions.

By law, unclaimed prizes remain in the Lottery Fund to support programs benefiting older Pennsylvanians. Pennsylvania Lottery draw game prizes can be claimed up to one year from the drawing date.

In other lottery news, a retailer in Allegheny County recently sold a $3 million-winning $160 Million Cash Blowout Scratch-Off. BP in Natrona Heights will receive a $10,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket. This $30 game offers top prizes of $3 million.

Additionally, a jackpot-winning Cash 5 with Quick Cash ticket for the June 9 drawing matched all five balls (2-3-19-27-42), winning $1,420,857. Giant Eagle in New Kensington will earn a $10,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket. Cash 5 prizes must also be claimed within one year of the drawing date.

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Winners can only be identified after claiming and validating their tickets. Anyone holding a winning ticket should contact the nearest Lottery office or call 1-800-692-7481.

Don’t let your chance slip away. Check your tickets now and claim your prize!

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