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Million-dollar Powerball ticket sold in Massachusetts remains unclaimed and nears expiration date

Million-dollar Powerball ticket sold in Massachusetts remains unclaimed and nears expiration date

WATERTOWN – Check out the old Lottery tickets – A $1 million Powerball winner was sold in Massachusetts last summer, but time is running out to claim the prize.

The winning ticket was sold for the August 21, 2023 drawing in Watertown at the Metro Mini Mart on Main Street. The winning numbers were 3-4-12-22-28, with a Powerball of 16.

Winners have one year to claim their prizes. If no one comes forward with a winning ticket, the forfeited prize will be returned to the cities and towns of Massachusetts.

Other Powerball and Mass Cash winning tickets will expire soon

In addition to the $1 million unclaimed ticket, there is a $100,000 Mash Cash prize and three $50,000 Powerball tickets that are about to expire.

The Mass Cash ticket was sold in Seekonk at the Quick Stop Mini Mart on Mink Street for the July 20, 2023 drawing. The winning numbers were 6-7-9-11-21.

Two unclaimed Powerball winnings valued at $50,000 were sold for a drawing on July 19, 2023. One was at the Lowell Quick Mart on Chelmsford Street and the other was at a 7-Eleven in Lynn on Western Avenue. The winning numbers that day were 7-10-11-13-24, with a Powerball of 24.

A $50,000 Powerball ticket sold for the July 10, 2023 drawing at Smitty’s Liquors on Main Street in Tewksbury was also not claimed. The winning numbers for that drawing were 2-24-34-53-58, with Powerball 13.

How to claim lottery winnings in Massachusetts

Prizes of up to $103,000 can be claimed at lottery Centers in Braintree, Dorchester, Lawrence, New Bedford, West Springfield and Worcester. Anyone wishing to claim a prize valued at over $103,000 must contact the lottery headquarters in Dorchester.