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A Powerball ticket worth $150,000 was sold at Musser’s Market in Lebanon, according to a release by the PA Lottery.

The ticket was valid for the Saturday, February 9 drawing. A second winning ticket was sold at Giant Food Store in North Wales, Montgomery County.

The winning tickets matched four of the five balls drawn (01, 02, 03, 07, 39) as well as the red Powerball (25). The winning tickets were sold with the $1 Power Play option, which applies a multiplier to the prize if won. With a 3x multiplier and an original value of $50,000, the Lebanon ticket is valued at $150,000.

Winning tickets may be redeemed up to a year from the drawing date.

According to the release, more than 35,000 other tickets won prizes of varying amounts in the February 9 drawing. More than 8,600 tickets were purchased with Power Play multipliers.

Musser’s Market and Giant Food Stores will both receive a $500 bonus for selling winning tickets.


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