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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.

NASHVILLE— Congratulations to a Powerball player in Henderson in Chester County, who won $50,000 last night by matching four of the five white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball. The ticket was purchased at Corner Express, 530 West Main, in Henderson.

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

NASHVILLE—Last night’s exciting Powerball drawing produced more than 66,000 winning tickets in Tennessee, including a $150,000 winner in Knoxville. Meanwhile, the jackpot continues to climb, now at a gargantuan $750 million for Wednesday night. This is the third largest Powerball jackpot and the fourth largest in U.S. lottery history.

NASHVILLE— For the fourth time ever, the Powerball jackpot has surpassed the $600 million mark, standing at an estimated $625 million for Saturday night’s drawing. The mega-prize is the fourth largest in Powerball history and the seventh largest in U.S. lottery history.

NASHVILLE—As last night’s Powerball jackpot continued to roll—now at an estimated $550 million for Wednesday’s drawing—thousands of Tennessee Lottery players won prizes of other non-jackpot prize levels. This includes three players who matched four white ball numbers plus the red Powerball.

NASHVILLE— Congrats to John Smith, who won $500,000 this week playing the Tennessee Education Lottery’s instant game, Emerald 10’s.

The retired pharmaceutical industry worker says he is still considering his plans for the winnings.

NASHVILLE— Congrats to a Lotto America player in Memphis, who won $60,000 last night by matching five numbers drawn and adding the “All-Star Bonus” for just an extra dollar. The All-Star Bonus multiplies any non-jackpot prize by the multiplier drawn, which was 3.

The lucky Lotto America ticket was purchased at Ross Food and Fuels, 6705 E. Shelby Drive in Memphis.

NASHVILLE— Congrats to a lucky Tennessee Lottery Powerball player in Brentwood, who won $50,000 from last night's drawing by matching 4 of 5 white balls drawn plus the red Powerball. 

The ticket was purchased at Publix, 10638 Concord Road, in Brentwood. 

NASHVILLE— Last night’s Tennessee Lottery drawings produced thousands of winners, including a $50,000 Powerball winner in Chattanooga and a $20,000 Lotto America winner in Covington.

The $50,000 Powerball ticket was purchased at Vicky Food Mart, 6800 Shallowford Road in Chattanooga; and the $20,000 Lotto America ticket was purchased at Naifeh’s Covington, 738 Hwy. 51 N. in Covington.

NASHVILLE— Congratulations to a Mega Millions player in Morristown, who won $1 million on Tuesday, Feb. 19, by matching 5 of the 5 white numbers drawn. This is the fourth ticket worth $1 million or more sold in February and the 264th  since the Tennessee Education Lottery began selling tickets on Jan. 20, 2004.

No additional information is available until the prize is claimed.

NASHVILLE— A Tennessee Cash player in Kingsport won the $1,674,732 jackpot Friday night by matching all six numbers drawn. This is the 263rd winning ticket of $1 million or more sold since the Tennessee Education Lottery began selling tickets on Jan. 20, 2004.

In other weekend news, a Powerball player in Collierville won $50,000 from Saturday night’s drawing by matching four of the five white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball.

NASHVILLE—A Murfreesboro high school teacher will be driving to school in style this week after winning a Ford F-150 XLT SuperCrew truck from the Tennessee Education Lottery. She learned about the big win after a telephone call from Lottery President and CEO Rebecca Hargrove.

“Everyone kept telling us it was a hoax,” said Jennifer Williams, who teaches English at Holloway High School. “So it’s just now becoming real.”

NASHVILLE—A Kentucky man who often plays Tennessee Lottery games is relieved he double-checked his “Gigantic Jumbo Bucks” ticket this week. Turns out what he first thought was a non-winner was worth a whopping four million dollars.

NASHVILLE— A lucky Powerball player in Clarksville won $50,000 last night by matching four of the five white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball. The ticket was purchased at Sudden Service, 601 Hornbuckle Road, Clarksville.


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

A Harriman man celebrated his birthday this week to the tune of one-million dollars after playing the Tennessee Lottery’s $1,000,000 Platinum Payout instant game.

“I looked at (the ticket) 100 times,” said Devon Brown. “I still think it’s a daydream.”

NASHVILLE— Congrats to a Powerball player in Livingston who won $50,000 last night by matching four of the five white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball. The ticket was purchased at Daily’s, 915 E. Main Street, in Livingston.  

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

About the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation

NASHVILLE—As the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation marks its 15th anniversary of ticket sales this week, it announces a record quarterly transfer of $122.9 million returned for education, breaking the previous record set in the third quarter of Fiscal Year 2016.

NASHVILLE— A lucky Powerball player in Antioch won $50,000 last night by matching four of the five white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball. The ticket was purchased at Daily’s, 5272 Cane Ridge Road, Antioch.

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

About the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation

NASHVILLE—The World Lottery Association (WLA) has awarded the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation its highest level of recognition for the Lottery’s responsible gaming initiatives. This Level 4 Responsible Gaming Certification is bestowed upon lotteries that “integrate specific responsible gaming programs into their day-to-day operations and decision-making” and demonstrate continuous improvement in these areas.

NASHVILLE— Congrats to a lucky Powerball player in Munford, who won $100,000 last night by matching four of the white ball numbers drawn plus the Powerball. The base prize for that prize level is $50,000, but since the player added the Power Play option for an extra dollar, the prize was multiplied by last night’s multiplier, which was two.

NASHVILLE— Happy New Year to a lucky Powerball player in Dandridge, who won $100,000 last night by matching four of the white ball numbers drawn plus the Powerball. The base prize for that prize level is $50,000, but since the player added the Power Play option for an extra dollar, the prize was multiplied by last night’s multiplier, which was two.