TRENTON, NJ – A lucky Missouri ticket wins the $202.6 million Powerball jackpot from the Saturday, Nov. 8 drawing and there were three $10,000 third prize New Jersey Lottery tickets sold that matched 4 white balls and the Powerball for the. Those winning tickets were sold at the following locations:
Shop Rite of Hackensack, 500 South River St., Hackensack in Bergen County; 7-Eleven #39467, 565 Tonnelle Ave., Jersey City in Hudson County and, Quick Chek #17, 40 Lakeside Blvd., Hopatcong in Sussex County.
In addition to the third prizewinning tickets, there were 33,092 New Jersey players who took home an estimated $183,799 in prizes ranging from $4 to $300, according to Lottery Executive Director Carole Hedinger.
“Congratulations to these fortunate lottery players who purchased the winning tickets,” said Hedinger. “These lucky players now join the growing ranks of New Jersey Powerball winners.”
The winning numbers for the Saturday, Nov. 8 drawing were: 09, 19, 33, 38 and 54. The Red Power Ball number was 15. The Multiplier number was 03.
The Powerball jackpot will reset to $40,000,000 for the next drawing to be held Wednesday, Nov. 12 at 10:57 pm. Watch New Jersey Lottery drawings for the Pick-3, Pick-4, Jersey Cash 5, Pick-6, CASH4LIFE and MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES’ CLUB launching from the Lottery website homepage (NJLottery.com), or on the official Lottery Facebook Page. Evening draws, with the exception of CASH4LIFE and MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES’ CLUB, can be seen on WPIX-TV (PIX11) in New York and WPHL- TV (PHL17) in Philadelphia. Powerball and Mega Millions drawings can be seen on WABC-TV stations.
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Since its inception in 1970, the New Jersey Lottery (NJLottery.com) has contributed more than $22 billion to the state in support of education and institutions. In fiscal year 2013, the Lottery’s contribution was more than $1 billion. Among its beneficiaries are: veterans homes, community and other colleges and universities, school nutrition programs, homes for the developmentally disabled, psychiatric hospitals, higher education scholarship programs and the Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf.