N.C. Powerball lottery ticket about to expire
Ticket worth $800,000 will expire April 14
The clock is ticking on an unclaimed Powerball ticket worth $800,000.
That ticket, which was purchased for the October 17, 2007, drawing will expire if not claimed by 5 p.m. on April 14.
The ticket that matched the five white balls was purchased at Jai Mataji Inc. at 121 Julian Place in Troutman. The numbers on the white balls for that drawing were 14-15-19-42-46.
The player also purchased the Power Play option for an extra dollar, and sinc ...
Apr 6, 2008, 12:48 pm - Lottery News forum
Lottery ticket worth $200,000 expired
Another winning ticket due to expire Sunday
The holder of a winning Powerball ticket sold in Dakota County, Minnesota, last year has missed the opportunity to cash in. The winner had until 5 p.m. Thursday to claim the $200,000 prize they won by matching the five white balls drawn on Jan. 17, 2007.
The scenario could play out again on if another winning ticket holder does not show up at state lottery headquarters by 5 p.m. Tuesday. A lottery official said an outstanding ticket worth $50,000 ...
Jan 18, 2008, 8:38 pm - Lottery News forum
$3 million Florida Lottery ticket expires Monday
A lottery winner has one last chance to claim a $3 million Florida Lotto prize.
According to Florida Lottery officials, a winning jackpot ticket bought in Jensen Beach for the June 27 drawing is still unclaimed, and the 180-day limit to claim the $3 million prize expires at midnight Monday.
The Quick Pick winning ticket was sold at the Ocean Breeze Liquor Pub in the 1800 block of Northeast Jensen Beach Boulevard.
The winning numbers for that drawing were: 08-13-14-32-43-48.
If th ...
Dec 21, 2007, 3:10 pm - Lottery News forum
$250,000 winning lottery ticket sold in Massachusetts expires
Massachusetts Lottery officials announced yesterday a $250,000 Mega Millions ticket sold at a market in Revere won't be honored because the winner waited too long to claim the prize if he ever even realizes he won.
Meanwhile, callers to the Herald yesterday claimed that a Lowell adult bookstore owner was the mystery millionaire from a winning Jubilee 25 scratch ticket that has gone unredeemed.
The Herald reported yesterday that Lottery officials had launched an all-out search to discover ...
Dec 13, 2007, 8:54 am - Lottery News forum
$50,000 Indiana lottery ticket expires soon
Hoosier Lottery officials say a $50,000 prize will expire in less than two weeks if no one brings in the winning ticket.
The ticket matched all five number in the Lucky 5 Evening drawing June 27. It was purchased at a Casey's convenience store in Brownsburg.
Lottery officials say the holder of the ticket must go to the Hoosier Lottery headquarters in Indianapolis by 5 p.m. Dec. 21 to claim the prize.
The winning numbers in the drawing were 2, 6, 8, 17 and 29.
Dec 13, 2007, 8:10 am - Lottery News forum
Some lottery winners missing their jackpots
Elderly man reads the newspaper every morning in the bathroom.
He dies. Widow picks up the old papers, finds a Powerball ticket.
Her kids insist: Mom, check it out. She does just in time!
Widow claims a $100,000 prize the day before the ticket expires.
That story from Karen Emery, deputy director of the Arizona Lottery is a rare happy ending in the history of long-lost lottery tickets.
More than a half-billion dollars in lottery prizes went uncollected last y ...
Dec 6, 2007, 7:14 am - Lottery News forum
$26 million in winning Michigan lottery tickets unclaimed
Keep an eye out for old state lottery tickets while rummaging through drawers and closets for holiday decorations. Millions of dollars are going unclaimed, and you don't want to lose out.
More than $26 million worth of winning tickets were never redeemed in the fiscal year that ended in September. Another $2 million was lost in October. And since the lottery began 35 years ago, an eye-popping $512 million has gone unclaimed.
Today, the one-year clock is ticking on a number of sizable win ...
Nov 27, 2007, 10:48 am - Lottery News forum
More than $240 million unclaimed by lottery winners
In the past ten years, more than $240 million has gone unclaimed by winners of the Illinois Lottery.
State officials say lotto players often don't realize they've still won cash, even if they don't match every number.
More than $17 million is already unclaimed this year and officials say the problem is getting worse.
All unclaimed prize money now goes into a fund for the state's public schools.
Some lawmakers want to create online accounts to so people can buy lottery tickets and hav ...
Oct 16, 2007, 9:18 am - Lottery News forum
VT Lottery had $1 million in unclaimed prizes
The Vermont Lottery ended its budget year with $1 million in unclaimed prizes for winning scratch-off tickets, a $400,000 jump over the amount of prize money that players failed to collect the previous year.
The extra money went to the state's Education Fund.
Why would people fail to collect their winnings?
That is a good question, said Alan Yandow, executive director of the Vermont Lottery Commission. People have the opportunity to scratch the instant ticket right away, he said. ...
Aug 6, 2007, 8:20 am - Lottery News forum
Vermont man finds lottery winner in wallet
A Swanton, Vermont, man who read a news report about unclaimed Megabucks winnings discovered he had one of the $10,000 tickets in his wallet, Vermont Lottery officials said Thursday.
Jon Trahan purchased several tickets in February at the Swanton Short Stop but then lost his wallet containing the tickets during an out-of-state trip, lottery officials said. When police returned the wallet, the cash was missing, but the lottery tickets were still there.
Trahan recently checked his tickets ...
Jun 8, 2007, 8:17 am - Lottery News forum