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JACKSON, Tenn.—A speech therapist from Jackson drove away from a local car dealership in style Monday after winning a 2019 Ford® Mustang GT Premium from the Tennessee Education Lottery. She won the vehicle by using “VIP Rewards® Points” to enter a VIP Drawing.

NASHVILLE—It’s a seven-figure win for a lucky Tennessee Lottery player in South Pittsburg, who won $1 million Wednesday night playing Powerball. The player matched five white numbers drawn to win the incredible prize.

This is the 276th ticket sold worth $1 million or more since the Lottery began on Jan. 20, 2004.

NASHVILLE—Allen Johnson of Knoxville and Delois Greer of Jackson couldn’t believe their luck after winning $25,000 each from the Tennessee Education Lottery. How did they do it? Both winners earned VIP Rewards Points by entering eligible tickets into the Lottery’s VIP Players Suite. Then they used these Points to enter a drawing of their choice—which was one for $25,000.

NASHVILLE— A lucky Powerball player in Ripley won $100,000 last night by matching four white ball numbers plus the red Powerball. Since the player added the Power Play feature for an extra dollar, the base prize of $50,000 was multiplied by two, which was last night’s Power Play number.

The ticket was purchased at Zuheir Quick Stop, 866 Hwy. 51 N. in Ripley.

NASHVILLE—The $198 million Powerball jackpot won in Hendersonville on July 13, 2019, was claimed today at the Tennessee Lottery’s Nashville headquarters. The prize, sold at Worsham’s Market in Hendersonville, was claimed by the Freedom Trust.

NASHVILLE— Congrats to a Powerball player in Memphis, who won $100,000 last night by matching four of the five white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball. This level has a base prize of $50,000, but since the winner added the Power Play for an extra dollar, the prize was multiplied by last night’s Power Play number, which was two.

NASHVILLE— Two lucky Powerball players in Tennessee won $50,000 each last night—one in Crossville and the other in Ardmore. Each matched four white ball numbers plus the Powerball.

The tickets were purchased at Speedway, 1898 Genesis Road in Crossville; and at Lucky Here, 27033 Main St. in Ardmore.

No additional information is available until the prizes are claimed.  

NASHVILLE—An Antioch player won a cool one-million dollars after playing the Tennessee Lottery’s Millionaire Jumbo Bucks instant game.

“I still can’t believe it’s real,” said Kathy Olds, who came to the Lottery offices in Nashville with her brother, Thomas Pipkin, after purchasing the ticket that morning.

NASHVILLE— The excitement of Powerball continues! A player in Mt. Juliet won $50,000 last night by matching four of the five white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball. The lucky ticket was purchased at Kroger, 401 S. Mt. Juliet Road in Mt. Juliet.

NASHVILLE—Amidst the excitement of a $198 million Powerball jackpot won in Tennessee Saturday night, the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation has closed its Fiscal Year with new records for sales and proceeds for education for the period of July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2019.

NASHVILLE— The Tennessee Lottery announced today the Tennessee location that sold the lucky Powerball ticket drawn Saturday, July 13 is Worsham’s Market, 2030 New Hope Rd., in Hendersonville.

NASHVILLE – Jackpot! A $198 million Powerball jackpot was won in Hendersonville, Tennessee last night, making it the seventh time a player in the state has matched all six numbers to win the top prize in the popular multi-state game. 

NASHVILLE— Hats off to a Powerball winner in Gallatin, who won $50,000 last night by matching four of the five white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball. The lucky ticket was purchased at Kroger, 2011 Nashville Pike, in Gallatin.

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

NASHVILLE—There’s extra sparkle on the Fourth of July for a Tennessee Cash player in Knoxville and another in Jasper, who won $230,000 each last night. The players both matched all five numbers drawn plus the Cash Ball and will split the jackpot of $460,000.  

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

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NASHVILLE—The Tennessee Lottery is kicking off July with more ways to play two of its popular drawing-style games. Tennessee Cash adds a new “Quick Cash” feature, and Cash 4 Life—a game with a top prize of $1,000 a day for life—expands from twice-weekly draws to drawings every night.

NASHVILLE— Two Powerball players, one in Collierville and the other in Counce, won $50,000 each last night by matching four of the five white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball.

The Collierville ticket was purchased at Collierville C Store, 398 New Byhalia Road, and the Counce ticket was purchased at One Stop Tobacco, 6450 Hwy. 57 in Counce.

NASHVILLE— Last night’s Powerball and Lotto America drawings created thousands of winning tickets throughout the state, including a $150,000 Powerball winner in Franklin and a $40,000 Lotto America winner in Johnson City.

NASHVILLE— Last night’s Powerball and Lotto America drawings created thousands of winning tickets throughout the state, including a $150,000 Powerball winner in Franklin and a $40,000 Lotto America winner in Johnson City.

NASHVILLE—A Tennessee Cash player in Nashville matched all five numbers drawn plus the Cash Ball Friday night to win the game’s jackpot of $682,501.  

The lucky ticket was purchased at Little Barn Market, 3039 Brick Church Pike, in Nashville.

No additional information is available until the prize is claimed.

NASHVILLE— Congratulations to a Powerball winner in Iron City, who won $50,000 last night by matching four of the five white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball. The ticket was purchased at Southgate Auto Mart, 3860 Chisholm Road in Iron City.

No additional information is available until the prize is claimed.

NASHVILLE—Just in time for graduation season, the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation (TEL) has surpassed $5 billion in funds raised to support education programs in the state. The Lottery is also raising awareness about those who have benefited from Lottery-funded awards with a campaign called “TEL Your Story.”

NASHVILLE— Congratulations to a Powerball player in Elizabethton, who won $1 million Saturday night by matching 5 of the 5 white numbers drawn. This is the 270th ticket worth $1 million or more sold since the Tennessee Education Lottery began selling tickets on Jan. 20, 2004.

No additional information is available until the prize is claimed. 

Congrats to Timothy Seratt of Dyersburg, who won $2 million this week playing the Tennessee Education Lottery’s instant game, Mega Millionaire Jumbo Bucks.

Timothy says he is still considering his plans for the win, but that it will certainly make a big difference in his life.

The ticket was purchased at Tiger Market, 2175 St. John Community Park in Dyersburg.

NASHVILLE—The second time’s the charm for 17 Tennessee Lottery players, who won a total of more than $5.6 million in cash prizes this week by entering eligible non-winning instant tickets into the Lottery’s “Play It Again!” program. Prizes ranged from $444 up to $5 million.

NASHVILLE—A lucky player in the Chester County town of Henderson won the Tennessee Cash jackpot of $624,246 on Friday night by matching all six numbers drawn. This is the second big win in Henderson this week—a player won a $50,000 Powerball prize on Wednesday, April 3.