Two winning Powerball tickets worth $1 million and $100,000 sold in Vermont

With no jackpot winner, Powerball rolls to $212 million

Vermont Lottery officials announced today that there were two winning Powerball tickets sold in Vermont in Wednesday’s Powerball drawing. One ticket, worth $1 million, was sold at the Price Chopper store in Swanton. The other, a $100,000 winner, was sold at Bourne’s Service Center on Shelburne Road in South Burlington. The numbers drawn for the estimated annuitized jackpot of $190,100,000 were 7-17-27-29-40 and 25 for the Powerball. Power Play multiplier was 2.

Store personnel at both locations were “very excited” at the fact that they had sold some “big winning tickets.” No ticket holders for either prize had come forward at press time.

Jeff Cavender, speaking for the Vermont Lottery, noted that though Vermont has never had a jackpot winner in Powerball, “it’s fun having double winners in the high tier prize categories with one being a $1 million prize. It’s great for our players and agents.”

Saturday’s Powerball (2/20/2016) jackpot has an estimated annuitized value of $212,000,000. 

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