Looks like South Jersey scored another big winning lottery ticket as a Powerball ticket worth $30,000 was sold at a South Jersey Acme.

According to the NJ Lottery website, the winning numbers for the Friday, March 19th Powerball drawing were:  09, 14, 40, 58, and 69. The Gold Mega Ball was 08 and the Mega Multiplier was 03. 

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The winning ticket that matched four of the five white balls and the Gold Mega Ball good for $10,000. The winning ticket sold at the Acme on Dunns Mills Road in Bordentown in Burlington County. The ticket was purchased with the Megaplier option which was good for a $30,000 grand prize.

The luck of the Irish is with one New Jersey resident for St. Patrick's Day 2021 thanks to a winning Jersey Cash 5 Lottery Ticket worth over $384K. The winning ticket was sold at a stationery store in Hoboken located in Hudson County according to the NJ Lottery website.

Wawa has been a lucky source for recent lottery winners.  Looks like two people in South Jersey are about to become richer thanks to two lucky Mega Millions tickets each worth $10,000 dollars. The first winning Mega Millions ticket according to the website was sold at the Wawa on the N. White Horse Pike in Somerdale in Camden County.

Another winning Mega Millions ticket also worth $10,000 dollars was sold at the One Stop Shoppe convenience store located on Parkville Station Road in Mantua in Gloucester County. That winner also matched four of the five white balls and the Gold Mega Ball which was good for a third-place prize of $10,000.

source: njlottery.com

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