Time is Ticking: $2 Million Lotto Ticket Still Unclaimed

Written by Henrik Rothen

Feb.27 - 2024 2:32 PM CET

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$2 Million Lotto Ticket Still Unclaimed.

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With half the redemption period already gone, it's time to sift through those hidden tickets.

In the heart of Iowa, the clock is ticking for a lucky Powerball winner who has yet to claim their $2 million prize.

As the halfway mark of the redemption period has been reached, the suspense grows around the mysterious ticket purchased in Clinton, still awaiting its rightful owner, reports Dagens.dk.

Three months ago, the golden ticket was sold, and now time is running out. The fortunate winner has just three more months to come forward and claim their fortune before the opportunity vanishes forever.

The unclaimed prize originates from the Powerball drawing on Saturday, November 25, where the winner nearly hit the massive $337.9 million jackpot. The ticket matched the first five numbers but missed the Powerball number, which would typically result in a $1 million prize. However, thanks to the addition of the Power Play® option, the prize doubled to $2 million, making the ticket the only one in the nation to achieve this win that evening.

The winning numbers were 27-33-63-66-68 with Powerball 9, and the Power Play number was 2. As a reward for selling the winning ticket, Clinton Liquor received a $2,000 bonus from the Iowa Lottery.

According to Iowa lottery rules, Powerball prizes must be claimed within 180 days of the draw, meaning the deadline to claim the $2 million prize expires on May 23, 2024.

With time quickly running out, the Iowa Lottery urges potential winners to check their tickets and contact them to claim their prize.

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