ATLANTA — No one took home the big jackpot in Monday night’s Powerball, but someone in Georgia woke up $200,000 richer.
Georgia Lottery’s website shows that one person matched four of the five numbers and the Powerball number. Monday’s numbers were 18, 23, 35, 45 and 54 with 16 as the Powerball.
The ticket had the 4X power play with it, which brought the winnings from $50,000 to $200,000. Action News Jax’s sister station Channel 2 Action News has reached out to the Georgia Lottery to confirm where the winning ticket was sold.
With no winners in Monday night’s jackpot, Wednesday’s drawing will be for $700 million with a cash value of $335.7 million. You can see if your numbers match with the Powerball drawing live on CBS47 and FOX30 before Action News Jax at 11 p.m. Wednesday.
How do you claim the $200,000 ticket sold in Monday’s drawing or any other winning ticket in Georgia?
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Georgia Lottery says any prizes less than $600 can be claimed at any of its retailers; however, prizes over $600 must be claimed at the lottery headquarters or district offices or mailed for the payment.
Winners of prizes more than $600 must fill out a winner claim form and have a valid government issued photo ID with a social security card.
In Georgia, winners who purchased their tickets online have 180 days to claim their prize. For winners who buy instant tickets, they only have 90 days from the expired date to claim their prize.