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Winning Powerball Ticket Worth $50K Sold at Smoke Shop in Sunnyside

A winning Powerball ticket worth $50,000 was recently sold at the Smoke Shop on Queens Boulevard in Sunnyside

Sept. 15, 2022 By Max Murray

The New York Lottery today announced that a third prize winning ticket worth $50,000 for the Sept. 14 Powerball® drawing was purchased in Sunnyside.

The winning ticket matched four numbers and the Powerball.

The prize-winning ticket was purchased at the Smoke Shop at 45-20 Queens Blvd.

The winning numbers for the Powerball drawing conducted on Sept. 14 are: 9-10-20-22-52 and the Powerball is 25. Players can securely check their tickets on the New York Lottery app.

The winning numbers for the Powerball game are drawn from a field of one to 69. The Powerball number is drawn from a separate field one to of 26.

The Powerball drawing is televised every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 11 p.m. The jackpot for the drawing to be held on Sept. 17 is an estimated $225 million.

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JoeBama Magoo

$25k isnt much of a win. i mean, it’s a years worth of rent, or a few loaves of bread in the near future.

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