Powerball ticket value $1 Million bought in Allentown

ALLENTOWN, Pa. – A lottery ticket value $1 million was bought in Lehigh County. 

Lottery Media Relations says Maria’s Deli & Grocery, positioned within the 1300 block of W. Turner St. in Allentown, bought a Powerball ticket value $1 million for the Monday drawing. 

Lottery officers says the ticket matched 5 of the 5 white balls drawn. The numbers have been 11-18-39-58-62.

Maria’s Deli & Grocery will earn a $5,000 bonus for promoting the profitable ticket.

Winners aren’t recognized till prizes are claimed and tickets are validated. Pennsylvania Lottery Powerball winners have one yr from the drawing date to assert prizes.

Lottery officers say the holder of the profitable ticket ought to signal the again of the ticket and phone the closest Lottery workplace.

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