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Weekly Winner Locations
The Tennessee Lottery has awarded more than $12.6 billion in prizes. 
Here are just a few of the people who have played and won.
Maybe you're next!
Winner Spotlight: Rhonda Hughes

Rhonda Hughes thought she was dreaming when she discovered she won $75,000 playing Lady Jumbo Bucks, but it was no dream! She purchased her lucky ticket at J&J Milan Mart in Milan.

 

Winner Spotlight: Tiffany Vinson

Tiffany Vinson was the lucky winner of one of the top prizes of $200,000 playing the instant game, Heat Wave. Tiffany purchased the ticket at Millington Food & Gas. Congrats!

 

Winner Spotlight: Jimmy Cage

Congrats to Jimmy Cage who won $30,000 playing Money Mania. He purchased his lucky ticket at Old Hickory Express in Jackson.

 

Winner Spotlight: Lisa Brown

Lisa Brown was thrilled with her $30,000 win from the instant game Winning 7s. Lisa purchased the lucky ticket at Publix in Goodlettsville.

 

Winner Spotlight: Michelle Espinosa Reyes

It was definitely a fiesta for this lucky Fayetteville player, who won $75,000 playing Cinco de Mayo Jumbo Bucks Seasons. Congrats, Michelle!

 

Winner Spotlight: Hannah Allen

Congratulations to Hannah Allen of Decatur County who won $250,000 playing the instant game, 50X. Hannah purchased her winning ticket at Smiley's in Parsons.

 

Winner Spotlight: Sam Arnold

Congratulations to Sam Arnold who won the $2,060,705 Tennessee Cash jackpot from the May 24 drawing. Sam purchased his lucky ticket at Lotto Mart in South Pittsburg.

 

Winner Spotlight: Gaizan Alanjjar

Top prize win for Gaizan playing Lady Jumbo Bucks. The $75,000 prize was won from the ticket he purchased from M&G Grocery in Memphis.

 

Winner Spotlight: Ray Demeacus

Ray was a lucky winner of $2,000 playing a recent Mega Millions drawing. He purchased his winning ticket at Lucky's Place Lottery in Fayetteville.

 

Winner Spotlight: Randall Summerville

Randall Summerville won the second tier prize of $11,607 from a recent Tennessee Cash drawing. Randall purchased his ticket at BJ's Market in Columbia.

 

Winner Spotlight: Bertha Spencer

Bertha Spencer of Memphis won a cool $150,000 playing the instant game, Giant Jumbo Bucks. Bertha purchased her lucky ticket at Fast Mart.

 

Winner Spotlight: April Bailey

Congrats to April Bailey, winner of $10,000 playing the instant game, Tennessee Lottery Limited Edition. April purchased her winning ticket at Stop And Go Market in Morristown.

 

Winner Spotlight: Melvin Adams

A day of errands turned into a big payday for Melvin Adams of Bristol, who won $1 million playing the Tennessee Lottery instant game, 100X. Melvin purchased his winning ticket at Bays Mart 21 on West Market in Johnson City.

 

Winner Spotlight: Donna Lawson

Donna Lawson of Ooltewah won $50,000 playing the January 24 Powerball drawing. Her lucky ticket matched 4 of 5 white balls plus the Powerball to win the third tier prize. Donna purchased the lucky ticket at Circle K in Ooltewah.

 

Winner Spotlight: Dorothy Swanger

Valentine's gifts came a little early for Dorothy Swanger of Murfreesboro. She won $75,000 playing Valentine's Jumbo Bucks Seasons. Dorothy bought her ticket at Mark's Market Tobacco & Beer in La Vergne.

 

Winner Spotlight: Georgia Brown

Tennessee Cash player Georgia Brown was thrilled to win the second tier prize of $18,092 from a recent drawing. Georgia purchased her winning ticket at Rick's Market in Westmoreland.

 

Winner Spotlight: Ganena Angelo

Congratulations to Ganena Angelo who won $10,004 playing a recent KENO To Go drawing. Ganena purchased her lucky ticket at Quest Stop in Smyrna.

 

Winner Spotlight: Matthew Reed

Twice was nice for a lucky Shelbyville man, who won big the second time he played Powerball. Matthew Reed, a cabinet maker, won a cool $2 million Saturday, June 16, 2018, playing the popular game.

 

Winner Spotlight: Devin Funkhouser

Devin Funkhouser was a recent winner of $2,000 playing the instant game, $1 Million Madness. He purchased his winning ticket at Stateline Conoco & Lottery in Fayetteville.

 

Winner Spotlight: Kathryn Russ

Uasing the word happy to describe Kathryn Russ when she claimed her $50,000 Powerball prize at Lottery headquarters on Jan. 11 is almost an understatement! The lucky Nashvillian was thrilled with her win and could hardly control her enthusiasm when posing with the "big check." Kathryn purchased her lucky ticket at 4 Stop Market 2 in Nashville. Congrats, Kathryn!

 

Winner Spotlight: Jimmy Morgan

Congratulations to Jimmy Morgan of Red Boiling Springs who won $1,000,000 playing Mega Millions for the very first time! Be sure to read how it all happened in our newsroom.

 

Winner Spotlight: Justin Fenner

Congratulations to Justin Fenner who won $10,000 playing Junior Jumbo Bucks. Justin purchased his ticket at West Lincoln Market in Tullahoma.

 

Winner Spotlight: Sally Thompson

Lucky Sally won $7,000 playing the instant game Lucky 7s. The lucky ticket was purchased at Fred's Store in Paris.

 

Winner Spotlight: Benjamin Ezell

Benjamin Ezell of Dickson is a lucky winner from the Dec. 30, 2017 Powerball drawing. Benjamin matched 4 of 5 white balls and the Powerball, winning $50,000. He bought his lucky ticket at Burns Shell in Dickson.

 

Winner Spotlight: Kevin Burns

Lawrence County resident Kevin Burns is the lucky winner of $50,000 playing the instant game, Jumbo Bucks. Kevin purchased his ticket at Southgate Automart in Iron City.

 

Winner Spotlight: Jay Lloyd

Congrats to Jay Lloyd who won $100,000 playing the Dec. 30, 2017 Powerball drawing. Jay matched 4 of 5 white balls and the Powerball, which is a $50,000 prize. But, since he purchased the Power Play for an extra buck, he turned that $50,000 prize into $100,000 since the multiplier for that drawing was two. Jay purchased his lucky ticket at Mapco Express #3283 in Memphis.

 

Winner Spotlight: Steve Stewart

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

 

Winner Spotlight: Robin Bryant

Congrats to Robin, our VIP Drawing winner of a 2017 Ford Mustang Echo Boost convertible! Robin, of Gallatin, won by entering non-winning instant tickets into the Lottery’s VIP Players Suite. She used the VIP Rewards Points she earned to enter a VIP Rewards Drawing for the car.

 

Winner Spotlight: Roy Cockrum

The winner of the largest jackpot in Tennessee Lottery history claims his $259.8 million Powerball prize won from the drawing held June 11. Amid TV cameras and cheers from an enthusiastic crowd of well-wishers at Lottery headquarters in Nashville, Knoxville native Roy Cockrum, 58, stood for pictures and answered questions with Lottery President and CEO Rebecca Hargrove after presenting his winning ticket to Lottery officials.

 

Winner Spotlight: Bettina & Jonathan Still

Amid a festive setting of balloons and cheering onlookers, the Tennessee Lottery today welcomed the winners of its largest prize ever, who arrived to claim the $61 million Mega Millions jackpot won from the drawing held Friday, Jan. 3. The winners of the hefty prize, Bettina “Tina” Still and her son Jonathan, both of Nashville, preferred not to speak publicly but did allow photographs to be taken at the Lottery’s Nashville headquarters with Tennessee Lottery President and CEO Rebecca Hargrove. “We couldn’t be happier for Tina and her family,” said Mrs. Hargrove. “Winning the big jackpot is a dream come true and Lottery players across Tennessee will all take pleasure in this great news. The chance at such good fortune is what makes the Lottery fun—and what drives our funding of education programs for students and their families.” Mrs. Still, a 69-year-old retiree who lives in Bellevue and worked for the State of Tennessee, said she “nearly fainted” when she realized she had won. She and Jonathan, who currently works for the Tennessee Department of Transportation, have played lottery games together for years and will split the winnings. Tina Still also issued the following statement: “I am truly grateful for this blessing. I have played the Lottery since it first arrived in Tennessee and have always believed that I could win. As I keep telling my friends: You can’t win if you don’t play. Knowing you can win is one of the biggest thrills in the world. It’s part of the fun of playing.

 

Winner Spotlight: Bettina Still

Amid a festive setting of balloons and cheering onlookers, the Tennessee Lottery today welcomed the winners of its largest prize ever, who arrived to claim the $61 million Mega Millions jackpot won from the drawing held Friday, Jan. 3. The winners of the hefty prize, Bettina “Tina” Still and her son Jonathan, both of Nashville, preferred not to speak publicly but did allow photographs to be taken at the Lottery’s Nashville headquarters with Tennessee Lottery President and CEO Rebecca Hargrove. “We couldn’t be happier for Tina and her family,” said Mrs. Hargrove. “Winning the big jackpot is a dream come true and Lottery players across Tennessee will all take pleasure in this great news. The chance at such good fortune is what makes the Lottery fun—and what drives our funding of education programs for students and their families.”

 

Winner Spotlight: Bobbie and Richie Hubbard

For the Hubbard family of South Pittsburg, Tenn., March 30—along with six certain numbers—will forever be etched in their minds. The family, who owns Hub City Automotive Parts, learned on the morning of March 30 that they were the first Tennessee Lottery players to win the Powerball jackpot prize, estimated at $25.5 million. “I screamed,” said Bobbi Hubbard, 41. “Then I yelled to my husband and everyone in the store that we had won the Powerball.” Bobbi’s husband, Richie, 51, said she “fell on the floor” and he had to literally pick her up. Bobbi and Richie, along with sons Brian and Brent, and their wives Stacey and Angel, spent the afternoon at the Tennessee Lottery headquarters in Nashville to claim their monumental prize and share their excitement. The family plans to keep working, but maybe “take a few more vacations!” The Hubbard’s also plan to pay bills, continue to grow their business, and “do some good with it,” said Bobbi. Congratulations to the Hubbard family!