4 Florida Tickets Win Money in $245 Million Powerball

By Barbara Ann Kelley, CBSTampa.com

Check your Powerball tickets Tampa Bay. No one in Florida match all 6 numbers to win $245.2 Million but, 4 tickets in Florida are worth $200,000.

Wednesday night’s jackpot was Powerball’s largest in 18 months and it was won by one ticket sold in Connecticut.

The winning numbers are: 12, 14, 34, 39 and 46, with a Powerball of 36.

The lump sum pay out for that ticket will be close to $150 Million, the largest one ticket payout in five years.

One ticket from Arizona matched five numbers and Power Play multiplier option for one million dollars.

Saturday night’s drawing will return to $20 million.

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