September 30, 2015

$1 Million Powerball Ticket From Neosho Set to Expire

Time is running out for a Missouri Lottery player who won $1 million playing Powerball on April 11. The ticket holder has just one week before the ticket expires and the prize can no longer be claimed. If the ticket is not redeemed by the close of business on Oct. 8, the $1 million prize amount will be declared unclaimed and transferred to the Lottery Proceeds Fund for public education.

The winning ticket was purchased at Kum & Go, 16140 Highway 59 in Neosho, and matched all five white-ball numbers drawn in the April 11 drawing. The winning numbers were:  1, 12, 32, 42 and 58.

“You don’t want to let a million dollars slip through your hands,” said May Scheve Reardon, executive director for the Missouri Lottery. “So, if you’ve purchased Powerball tickets at this Kum & Go location, please check all of your tickets carefully.”

The ticket can be redeemed at any of the Missouri Lottery offices, which are located in Springfield, Jefferson City, Kansas City and St. Louis.


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