Powerball Ticket Sold In Eastern Iowa Worth $2 Million


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(Clive, Iowa) -- A Powerball ticket sold in eastern Iowa is worth $2 million. The Iowa Lottery says the ticket was purchased at a Casey's convenience store in Tiffin, in Johnson County. It came within one number of winning Saturday's $1.4 billion jackpot. It was one of two tickets nationwide to win a $2 million prize, along with a ticket purchased in Maine.

The ticket in Tiffin matched the first five numbers but missed the Powerball to win a $1 million prize. The addition of the Power Play option doubled the prize to $2 million. Saturday's winning numbers were: 47-54-57-60-65 and Powerball 19. The Power Play number was 3.

No one matched all six numbers to win the jackpot, so the big prize climbs to an estimated $1.55 billion annuity, $679.8 million lump-sum option for Monday's drawing.

Casey's will receive a $2,000 bonus from the Iowa Lottery for selling the $2 million-winning ticket at one of its stores.

Prizes of $2 million must be claimed at Iowa Lottery headquarters in Clive. Powerball prizes won in Iowa must be claimed within 180 days of the drawing in which they were won.

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