SHEFFIELD, Pa. – While it wasn’t the $1.348 billion jackpot-winner, one lucky lotto player won a $1 million prize on a Mega Millions lottery ticket purchased in Warren County.
The ticket, sold at All Pit Stop in Sheffield, was purchased on Wednesday, Jan. 11 for the Friday, Jan. 13 Mega Millions drawing.
“The ticket matched all five white balls drawn, 30-43-45-46-61, but not the yellow Mega Ball 14, to win $1 million, less applicable withholding,” the Pennsylvania Lottery said in a release.
As of 10 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17, the winning ticket holder had not stepped forward to claim their prize. Lottery officials said the winner would not be known until “the prizes are claimed and the tickets validated.”
The winner has one year from the drawing date to claim their prize.
For selling the winning ticket, All Pit Stop will receive a $5,000 bonus.
A single jackpot-winning ticket was sold in Maine for Friday’s drawing. The $1.348 billion jackpot was the second-highest Mega Millions jackpot and fourth-highest lottery jackpot prize in U.S. history.