INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — While the three tickets that won shares of Wednesday’s near-record Powerball jackpot didn’t come from Indiana, a few Hoosier State lottery tickets could make their holders $10,000 richer.
Nine tickets with at least four correct numbers were sold in Indiana, Hoosier Lottery officials said in a news release Thursday. Eight of the tickets are worth $10,000.
Officials said a ticket purchased in Hammond had the correct Power Play number, tripling its value to $30,000.
Across the state, there were over 121,500 winning tickets, which officials said is worth more than $820,000.
Holders of the nine $10,000-plus winning tickets, listed below, are encouraged to sign the back of their tickets and contact the lottery’s customer service team to claim their winnings.
- Speedway at 809 E. Maumee St., Angola
- Speedway at 10908 E. U.S. Highway 36., Avon
- Luke’s at 850 Indianapolis Blvd., Hammond
- Food Mart at 4906 Kentucky Ave., Indianapolis
- McClure Oil at 5301 Rockville Rd., Indianapolis
- Thornton’s at 5310 W. 10th St., Indianapolis
- Kroger Fuel Center at 821 Lincoln Highway W., New Haven
- Sunman IGA at 114 N. Meridian, Sunman
- Pak-A-Sak at 2535 U.S. Hwy 30 E., Warsaw
Wednesday’s Powerball jackpot, which will be split by winners in North Carolina, Texas and Puerto Rico, was the third-largest in the game’s history at $564 million.
The winning numbers for the drawing were 11-13-25-39-54 and a Powerball of 19. The Power Play number was 3.