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Check your tickets!  Three Powerball tickets are in danger of becoming worthless if whoever bought them doesn’t claim the $50,000 prizes soon. The tickets were bought in Chesapeake, Danville and Manassas Park. 

Each ticket matched four of the first five numbers plus the Powerball number. Virginia Lottery officials have been waiting for the tickets to be presented so that the prizes can be awarded. By law, winning tickets in Virginia expire 180 days after the drawing.

Here are the details:

Ticket #1:

  • April 6 Powerball drawing
  • Bought at the 7-Eleven at 2105 Starmount Parkway in Chesapeake
  • Winning numbers: 15-33-43-59-60, Powerball number 8
  • Prize amount: $50,000
  • Expires 5:00 (close of business) Thursday, October 3

Ticket #2:

  • April 20 Powerball drawing
  • Bought at Sunrise, 2010 West Main Street, Danville
  • Winning numbers: 3-27-30-63-65, Powerball number 1
  • Prize amount: $50,000
  • Expires 5:00 (close of business) Thursday, October 17

Ticket #3:

  • April 20 Powerball drawing
  • Bought at the 7-Eleven at 9101 Andrew Drive in Manassas Park
  • Winning numbers: 3-27-30-63-65, Powerball number 1
  • Prize amount: $50,000
  • Expires 5:00 (close of business) Thursday, October 17 

Whoever has the winning tickets should contact the Virginia Lottery immediately or present the ticket at the nearest Virginia Lottery Customer Service Center.

Unclaimed prizes, by law, go to Virginia’s Literary Fund, which provides low interest loans to localities for public school construction, renovations and technology upgrades.

The Virginia Lottery is good fun for a great cause. For information and a complete list of Lottery funds distributed to Virginia school districts, visit the Virginia Lottery’s Giving Back page.

The Virginia Lottery generates more than $1.7 million per day for Virginia’s K-12 public schools. Operating entirely on revenue from the sale of Lottery products, the Lottery generated a record $650 million for Virginia’s public schools in Fiscal Year 2019. An additional $6.5 million in unclaimed prizes was deposited in the Virginia Literary Fund in FY19. For more info, visit our website, download our app, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and check us out on YouTube. Please play responsibly.

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