2015-02-09 08:50:58.967

Powerball Jackpot Raised to $450 Million, One $1 Million Ticket Sold in Missouri

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No one matched all six numbers in Saturday night’s Powerball drawing, so the jackpot was raised to $450 million, the third-highest in Powerball history. In addition, one ticket sold in Missouri matched all five white-ball numbers drawn Saturday night to win the $1 million second-level prize. That ticket was sold at Reem Gas Mart, 4901 Southwest Ave., in St. Louis, and the five winning white-ball numbers were 5, 10, 21, 34 and 58.

In addition to the $1 million winning ticket, three tickets worth $10,000 were also sold at Missouri locations. They are:  Circle K, 5590 Telegraph Road, St. Louis; Phillips 66, 11109 E. 23rd St. S., Independence; and Harter House, 11798 State Highway 13, Kimberling City.

“We want players to remember there are nine ways to win a prize in Powerball, so be sure to check your tickets carefully,” said May Scheve Reardon, executive director of the Missouri Lottery. “You might not have all the numbers, but you still might have won a significant prize.”

Reardon also reminds players to always play within their means.

“It literally only takes one ticket to win,” she said.

Players in Missouri have until 8:59 p.m. Wednesday night to buy a ticket for the drawing. They should always sign their tickets immediately after purchasing and keep them in a safe place until they can check them.


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