$400 Million Powerball ticket sold in Lexington, SC

The $400 Million winning Powerball Jackpot ticket has been sold in Lexington, South Carolina at the Murphy Express station on Augusta Road. The winning numbers are  7 – 10 – 22 – 32 – 35 and Powerball 19.  This Powerball win  marks the largest payout in South Carolina Education Lottery history.

powerballThe winner can select the cash option of $233 million or an annuity, paid over 29 years totaling the nearly $4 million dollar prize.

Armstrong advises the winner, who has yet to step forward, to sign the back of the ticket, put it in a safe place, notify financial and legal advice, and come forward to claim the ticket.

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Call the number to the gas station, and you get a busy signal. Most likely people calling to ask who the winner is. Or congratulating the owner on the cool $50,000 he’ll be pocketing for selling the ticket.

Wednesday’s haul was the fourth largest lottery price in U.S. history.

The biggest payload in American history was $665 million in the Mega Millions game in March 2012. The greatest Powerball jackpot was the $590.5 million won with a single ticket in Florida this past May.

But $400 million, with a cash value of $223 million, is still pretty sweet.

Someone’s calling in sick this morning. That, you can bet on.


There will be a press conference at the Murphy Express 4873 Augusta Road, Lexington, SC  29073 at 11 a.m today.  One may call the station for details at (803) 358-0190

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