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Record $2.04 billion Powerball® jackpot won near Los Angeles, three other California tickets worth $1.1 million each

One ticket in California matched all six numbers in Monday’s record-setting $2.04 billion Powerball drawing. That ticket was sold at Joe’s Service Center on 15 West Woodbury Road in Altadena (Los Angeles County). That ticket is the sole winner of the largest jackpot in U.S. Lottery history! The ticket matched the numbers 10-33-41-47-56 and the Powerball number 10. Joe’s Service Center will receive the maximum bonus of $1 million for selling the winning ticket.

Three other tickets were winners also, matching five numbers, just missing the Powerball number. Those tickets a worth $1.1 million each and were sold at:

  • Stues Dairy located at 13126 South Western Avenue in Gardena (Los Angeles County)
  • Oak Valley 76 located at 1815 Oak Valley Village Circle in Beaumont (Riverside County)
  • 1001 Castro Street (Grocery and Liquor Store) located at 1001 Castro Street in San Francisco

California’s schools will receive $156.3 million from this jackpot and all the rolls leading up to it. This is the highest contribution to education generated from a single rolling sequence in the Lottery’s history.

According to Powerball officials, Monday’s Powerball drawing was delayed due to another participating lottery – not California – needing extra time to complete the required security protocols. Powerball has strict security requirements that must be met by all 48 lotteries before a drawing can occur. The Powerball drawing for the world record $2.04 billion jackpot was performed at 5:57 a.m. PST at the Florida Lottery draw studio in Tallahassee.

Lottery officials are at the store that sold the winning ticket and are available for interviews outside the store.

This article was released by the California Lottery.