New Jersey has sold another winning Powerball ticket.
Saturday’s drawing for the estimated $315.3 million jackpot went to someone in the Garden State, Powerball said on its website.
A Shoprite at 500 South River St. in Hackensack, Bergen County, sold the winning ticket, Patch.com reported.
However, the identity of the winner, if he or she has come forward, is not known.
The winning numbers for the May 19 drawing were 3-6-9-17-56 with a Powerball of 25. The Powerplay was 3x.
Winners can either choose to get an annual payment for the full amount over 29 years or get cash immediately. The cash value of Saturday’s jackpot was $183.2 million.
A Powerball ticket costs $2. The odds of hitting the jackpot are 292,201,338 to 1.
Powerball is played in 44 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
In March, the 10th largest jackpot of $533 million went to Richard Wahl of Vernon, New Jersey.
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