In Houston, $1M winning Powerball ticket are sold

The $1 million winning ticket was sold at a truck stop on Hempstead Road.

Hello, Houstonians! In the event that you as of late played the Powerball, at that point you might need to check your numbers since somebody is strolling around with a ticket worth an expected $1 million.

The triumphant ticket was sold for Wednesday’s, Jan. 6, drawing at Hempstead Shell Truck Stop situated.

The triumphant numbers were: 1, 20, 22, 60, 66 and the Powerball was 3.

This fortunate champ ended up buying a Quick Pick at the truck stop that coordinated each of the five numbers, barring the Powerball.

Since nobody coordinated each of the five numbers with the Powerball, this implies the bonanza is still available to all with an expected winning complete of $470 million.

The following drawing will be Saturday, Jan. 9.

The Powerball isn’t the solitary game that is close to the half-billion imprint.

The Mega Millions bonanza remains at an expected $490 million. The following Mega Millions drawing is Friday, Jan. 8.

The last time both lottery games had bonanzas above $400 million at the same time was back in Oct. 2018.

The achievement happened just before somebody won a record Mega Millions bonanza prize of $1.537 billion.

The chances of winning the Powerball fabulous prize is 1-in-292,201,338.

That sounds harsh, yet think about this: the chances of rounding out an ideal March Madness section is 1-in-9.2 quintillion.

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