Powerball jackpot ticket worth $457M sold at Speedway store outside Manheim

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UPDATE: The jackpot-winning Powerball ticket was sold for the March 17 drawing at a Speedway store outside Manheim in Lancaster County.

The ticket won Powerball’s eighth-largest jackpot on record, worth a $456.7 million annuity value or $273.9 million cash, less applicable withholding. It’s the Pennsylvania Lottery’s largest-ever prize and the state’s 18th Powerball jackpot.

"This is largest jackpot the Pennsylvania Lottery has ever awarded as well as our state's 18th Powerball jackpot," said Lottery Executive Director Drew Svitko. "It seems that St. Patrick's Day brought some great luck to this fortunate Powerball player and we are anxious to meet our big winner or winners."

PREVIOUSLY: One Powerball ticket sold in Pennsylvania has matched all six numbers.

The single winning ticket is worth $456.7 million -- the eighth-largest pot in the game's history, officials said in a statement.

The winning numbers for the jackpot Saturday were: 22-57-59-60-66, and Powerball 7.

"The ticket matched all five white balls and the Powerball to win the jackpot worth an estimated $456.7 million; $273.9 million cash value," Powerball said.

The odds of winning Powerball are 1 in 292.2 million.

Three other tickets -- sold in California, Missouri and Texas -- matched all five white balls in the drawing.

The ticket sold in Texas won a $2 million prize because it included a Power Play option, it said.

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