NASHVILLE— Last night's thrilling Powerball drawing created 193,147 winning tickets in Tennessee--five worth $200,000 and another worth $50,000. Two $200,000 tickets were sold at different locations in Antioch, the others in Denmark, Knoxville and Arlington. A $50,000 winning ticket was also sold in Antioch. The gargantuan $758.7 million jackpot was won in Massachusetts, culminating the thrilling Powerball run.
The Tennessee Lottery players who purchased the tickets noted above won by matching 4 of the 5 white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball number, which is a $50,000 base prize. Those who won $200,000 added the “Power Play” option for an extra dollar, multiplying their winnings by 4, which was the Power Play number drawn last night.
Powerball is a popular drawing-style game that has generated more than $731 million for education in Tennessee. Tennessee has seen six Powerball jackpot winners since April 2004, and the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation has raised more than $4 billion for education since it began in January 2004.
About the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation
The Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation operates entirely from the revenue it generates through the sale of its products. Since January 20, 2004, the Lottery has raised more than $4 billion to fund designated education programs, including after-school programs, college grants and scholarships and the Governor’s Drive to 55 initiatives.
In addition to the educational beneficiaries, players have won more than $11.5 billion in prizes and Lottery retailers have earned more than $1 billion in retailer commissions.
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