LOTTERY "MARCH MADNESS" POWERBALL HAS SHOT UP TO $625 MILLION
One New Jersey Player Wins $1,000,000 and Five Win $50,000
TRENTON (March 21, 2019) – Without a jackpot winner for last night’s Powerball drawing, the jackpot has soared to $625 million - the fourth largest in the game’s history. There was one New Jersey Lottery ticket sold that matched five of the five white balls drawn for the Wednesday, March 20th drawing winning the $1,000,000 second-tier prize. The winning ticket from Wednesday night’s drawing was sold at Shoprite of West Deptford., 1077 Mantua Pike, West Deptford in Gloucester County.
In addition to the second-tier prizewinning ticket sold, there were five New Jersey Lottery tickets sold that matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball drawn winning the $50,000 third-tier prize. The winning tickets from Wednesday night’s drawing were sold at the following locations:
- Essex County: Exito Fresh Market, 341 Montclair Ave., Newark;
- Essex County: 7-Eleven #34296, 100 Lindbergh Rd., Newark;
- Hudson County: Walsh’s Deli & Liquors, 53 Davis Ave., Kearny;
- Middlesex County: 7-Eleven #39718, 4000 Route 1 No., Monmouth; and
- Monmouth County: Monmouth Gas, 105 North Broadway, Long Branch.
The winning numbers for the Wednesday, March 20th drawing were: 10, 14, 50, 53 and 63. The Red Power Ball number was 21. The Multiplier number was 02. The Powerball jackpot rolls to $625,000,000 for the next drawing to be held Saturday, March 23rd at 10:59 pm.
It’s “March Madness” alright and these are busy days for New Jersey Lottery retailers and exciting ones for the players. Anything can happen in Jersey!
View all New Jersey Lottery game winning numbers and drawings for the Pick-3, Pick-4, Jersey Cash 5, Pick-6, CASH4LIFE and 5 Card Cash games on the Lottery website (www.NJLottery.com) or on the official Lottery Facebook Page. Evening draws, with the exception of CASH4LIFE and 5 Card Cash, can be seen on WPIX-TV (PIX11) in New York and WPHL-TV (PHL17) in Philadelphia. Powerball and Mega Millions drawings can be seen on WABC-TV or WTXF stations.