- Saibaba’s Aashirwad Forever, 4247 West Swamp Road, Doylestown, Bucks County;
- Get Go, 998 Hayden Boulevard, Elizabeth, Allegheny County.
Meanwhile, the retailers who sold the $150,000 Powerball® with Power Play® winning tickets each earned a $500 bonus. They are:
- Wawa, 1600 Egypt Road, Oaks, Montgomery County;
- H Smoke Shop, 51 East Cheltenham Avenue, Cheltenham, Montgomery County;
- Short Stop Mart, 411 West Third St., Nescopeck, Columbia County;
- Sheetz, 700 Chestnut Avenue, Altoona, Blair County;
- Sheetz, 405 East 25th Avenue, Altoona, Blair County;
- 7-Eleven, 4775 McKnight Road, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County;
- 7-Eleven, 1710 Washington Road, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County; and
- Speedway, 4380 Old William Penn Highway, Monroeville, Allegheny County.
The $1 million-winning tickets each matched five of the five white balls drawn, 28-45-53-56-69, to win $1 million, less applicable withholding. The eight Powerball® with Power Play® tickets each matched four of the five white balls drawn and the red Powerball® 20 to win $150,000, less applicable withholding. Without the $1 Power Play® option, the tickets would have been worth $50,000 each. The Power Play® multiplier drawn was three.
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More than 282,800 other PA Lottery Powerball® tickets won prizes of various amounts in the Saturday drawing, including more than 108,000 tickets purchased with Power Play® and more than 39,600 tickets purchased with Double Play®. Players should check every ticket, every time.
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