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July 26, 2021

Winning $1 million Powerball ticket sold at Camden County liquor store

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A $1 million Powerball ticket was sold at Vicky's Discount Liquors in Pennsauken Township, New Jersey.

A lucky Powerball player will be a lot richer after purchasing a winning ticket worth $1 million at a Camden County liquor store.

The winning ticket was sold at Vicky's Discount Liquors at 6200 Route 130 North and Drexel Avenue in Pennsauken Township, the New Jersey Lottery said Monday.

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The winning ticket matched the numbers on all five white balls — 1, 4, 11, 59 and 67 — that were pulled in Saturday's drawing. The Red Powerball number was 10 and the multiplier number was 2. 

The $1 million payday is a second-tier Powerball prize. Over 28,600 Powerball players in New Jersey won more than $146,000 in prizes ranging from as little as $4 to as much as $200, lottery officials said.

No one hit the jackpot in Saturday's Powerball drawing, so it is now up to $186 million. The next Powerball drawing is Wednesday night, with a cash value of $134.6 million at stake, according to the lottery.

Two million-dollar-plus Powerball-winning tickets were sold at lottery retailers in the Philly region earlier this year.

In January, a $1 million Powerball ticket was sold at the Sunoco A Plus Mini Market in Wynnewood, Montgomery County.

A $2 million Powerball ticket was sold at Fuwa Deli in the Wynnefield Heights section of West Philly in February.

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