Northeast Philly deli sells $1 million lottery ticket

Two Power Ball tickets worth $1 million were sold at locations in Northeast Philadelphia and the Lehigh Valley, lottery officials said.
Published : September 16, 2013

powerball Neither ticket chose the correct Powerball. Credit: Getty Images

 

Two Powerball tickets worth $1 million were sold at locations in Northeast Philadelphia and the Lehigh Valley, lottery officials said.

 

The tickets, which both hit on the Sept. 14 drawing, were sold at Bi Rite Deli, at 3220 Red Lion Rd. in the Northeast, and Ahart’s Market, at the 300 block of S. Walnut St. in Bath.

 

The two winning tickets correctly matched all five white balls, 01-17-25-37-44, but not the red Powerball, 20, according to a news release.

 

Since no ticket holder claimed the major prize, the Powerball jackpot has climbed to $400 million for Sept. 18.

Each retailer will receive a $5,000 bonus for selling a winning ticket.

 
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