The ticket was purchased at the Duchess store on West Broad Street on Saturday.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A winning Powerball ticket worth a total of $2 million was sold in Columbus after Saturday’s drawing.

The ticket was purchased at the Duchess Shoppe on West Broad Street in west Columbus with the correct 5/5 numbers from Powerplay.

Ohio Lottery – said the winner Powerball the numbers were 38, 42, 56, 68 and 69, with a Powerball of 4. The Powerplay option with an increased charge was 2.

Didn’t win the $2 million prize? Check again to make sure you haven’t won any of the other prizes.

A total of 14,276 different winning tickets were sold across the state, with a variety of prizes including:

  • $2 million: 1 prize
  • $200 prize: 14 winners
  • $100 prize: 30 winners
  • Prize $14: 290 winners
  • Prize $8: 4,079
  • Prize $7: 732
  • Prize $4: 9130

Ohio is not used to seeing Mega Millions winners. Recent winners include:

The jackpot has now grown to $193 million and the prize pool is $105.3 million.

The next Powerball lottery drawing will take place on September 12.

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