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And the roll continues! Three Tennessee Lottery Powerball players—in Kingsport, Knoxville and Winchester—won $50,000 each last night by matching four white ball numbers plus the Powerball. This makes a total of 15 players to win this prize level in just over six weeks.

For the seventh drawing in a row—and the 11th time in just five weeks—a Tennessee Lottery Powerball player matched four white ball numbers plus the Powerball. Last night’s $100,000 winner purchased the lucky ticket in Memphis.

Three lucky Tennesseans are celebrating the holidays with an extra twinkle this week after winning $1 million each playing Tennessee Lottery instant games. Two of the lucky three won by entering non-winning tickets into a “Play It Again!” drawing, while the third won on the second of two tickets she purchased at E-Z Stop Food Mart in Alcoa.

A Tennessee Lottery Powerball player in Memphis won $50,000 last night by matching four of five white balls drawn plus the Powerball, making him or her the ninth winner of this prize level in just over a month. Last night’s winner won $50,000 with the number combination, but other winners have multiplied the prize using the “Power Play” option.

A Tennessee Lottery Powerball player in Spring City (Rhea County) won $50,000 from the Dec. 6, 2017, drawing, and the jackpot has grown to $212 million for Saturday. Including the $50,000 winner, there were a total of 15,247 winning Powerball tickets in Tennessee.

For the second time in just over a week, a Tennessee Lottery player in Greeneville won a six-figure prize playing Powerball. Last night's drawing created 14,995 total winning Powerball tickets in Tennessee, including a $150,000 winner in Greeneville and a $50,000 winner in Hermitage. And on Nov. 22, an as-yet-unknown Greeneville player won $100,000 playing the popular game.

Just in time for his wife’s birthday, a Tennessee Lottery player won $1,000 a week … for life! Steve Stewart was still a bit shaky with disbelief when he claimed the unique Cash 4 Life prize Friday afternoon.

“It just doesn’t seem real,” he said. This is Tennessee’s second winner of this prize, paid in annual installments for the winner’s lifetime. First prize is $1,000 a day for life.

Stewart purchased the lucky ticket from East Food Market in Lyles.

Two Tennessee Lottery Powerball players, one in Memphis and one in Brentwood, won $150,000 each last night thanks to the "Powerball Power Play" option. The players each matched 4 of 5 white balls drawn plus the Powerball, which has a base prize of $50,000. And since they added the Power Play option for a dollar, the prize was multiplied by the Power Play number drawn, which was 3

Just imagine: $1,000 a week … for life! That’s what a lucky Tennessee Lottery player in Lyles (Hickman County) won in the "Cash 4 Life” drawing held Nov. 16, 2017, after matching five of six numbers drawn. This is Tennessee’s second winner of this prize, paid in annual installments for the winner’s lifetime.

A $50,000 Powerball winner in Sparta and a brand-new jackpot game top the weekend news from the Tennessee Education Lottery. The multi-state game Lotto America launches today, giving Lottery players another choice for fun and the chance to win one of nine prize levels.

A lucky Tennessee Cash player in Dickson won $340,000 from last night’s drawing. This is the 84th time the jackpot has been won for this in-state drawing-style game.

No information about the winner is available until the prize is claimed.

A group of 11 co-workers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center will share a $50,000 Powerball prize just “two or three” months after they began playing together. The group’s representative, Dana Fulton, is a nurse who claimed the group’s prize on Friday.

There were 14,628 winning Powerball tickets in Tennessee last night, including one sold in Hohenwald now worth $150,000 and one in Memphis worth $50,000.  

A lucky Tennessee Cash player in Iron City won $320,000 last night, the 83rd time the jackpot has been won for this in-state drawing-style game.

No information about the winner is available until the prize is claimed.

A lucky Tennessee Cash player in Hendersonville won $767,709 on Oct. 2, 2017, which is the 82nd time the jackpot has been won for this in-state drawing-style game.

Last night’s Lottery drawings created thousands of winners across the state including a player in Hickory Withe in Fayette County who won $50,000 playing Powerball and a Chattanooga player who won $30,000 playing the all-cash jackpot game, Hot Lotto.  

No information is available about the winners until the prizes are claimed. 

We're excited to meet some of the winners from KENO To Go, our fun new game with drawings every five minutes. Jack of Cookeville (pictured here with Rebecca) gave it a try ... and look what he won!  

Visit http://www.tnlottery.com/kenovideo/ to learn how to play. Have fun and good luck!

A lucky Tennessee Lottery player in Hixson has won a cool $1 million after matching 5 of 6 Mega Millions numbers drawn Friday, Sept. 1. No information is available about the winner until the prize is claimed. 

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.

 

As the jackpot for Powerball continues its climb--now at $650 million--thousands upon thousands of Tennessee Lottery players win prizes along the way. Last night's drawing resulted in 96,127 winning tickets in Tennessee alone, including a $2 million winner in Erin and a $200,000 winner in Memphis. 

A longtime dream became a reality this week for Tia Terrell of Franklin, who won one-million dollars playing the Tennessee Lottery game, “$1,000 Mayhem.”

A $765,408 Tennessee Cash jackpot was won last night in Lexington in Henderson County by an as-yet-unknown lucky player. In addition, the top prize for the Lottery's three other jackpot games to be drawn this week are at incredible heights, with Hot Lotto at $8.89 million, Powerball at $261 million and Mega Millions at $303 million.

A Clarksville dad says an incredible $3 million prize won playing the Tennessee Lottery’s “Mighty Jumbo Bucks” instant game “couldn’t have come at a better time.” With two young children and a third child on the way, it’s easy to see why.

 

 

The Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation has closed its Fiscal Year with a contribution of $386.7 million for all Lottery-funded education programs, bringing the total to nearly $4.2 billion since sales began Jan. 20, 2004. Sales of popular instant games were up 2.1 percent over the previous year, while the Lottery’s Tennessee-only draw-style games collectively were up 3.4 percent over last year.

“The Lottery continues to be a valuable source of funding for the nationally recognized education programs we help fund,” said Rebecca Hargrove, President and CEO of the Tennessee Lottery. “This year’s performance is great news for students and families, and I’m proud of our entire team.”

There are more prizes to win playing Tennessee Lottery drawing-style games than just the big jackpots. Last night's Powerball drawing created 11,122 winning tickets in Tennessee, including two $100,000 Power Play winners, one in Ardmore and one in Springfield.

These two lucky players won by matching 4 of the 5 white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball number. Both players added the “Power Play” option for an extra dollar, which multiplied the base prize of $50,000 by the “Power Play” number drawn, which was 2.

No information is available about the winners until the prizes are claimed.