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May 16, 2023

Powerball ticket worth $1 million sold at Frank's Steaks in Delaware County

The jackpot has grown to $148 million ahead of Wednesday's drawing

A lucky person who bought a Powerball ticket at Frank's Steaks in Darby is about to come upon $1 million. 

The ticket matched all five white balls – numbered 3, 15, 20, 23, and 46 – during Saturday's drawing, earning the $1 million payout. 

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The winner, who has not come forward, has one year to claim the prize. Frank's Steaks, at 227 Main St., will receive a $5,000 bonus for selling the ticket. 

The Powerball jackpot was not hit during the drawings Saturday or Monday. It now sits at an estimated $146 million. The next drawing is Wednesday. 

There have been several big lottery winners in Philadelphia in recent months. 

In April, a $2 million Cash Five ticket was sold at a deli in Fishtown. In March, a scratch-off ticket worth $3 million was sold at the Sunny Cigarette shop in Mayfair. And in February, a $1.4 million-winning Fast Play game ticket was sold at the Commissary Food Market in Wissahickon.