Access Denied You don't have permission to access "http://www.wcnc.com/video/news/health/coronavirus/vaccine/what-are-the-odds-of-winning-the-north-carolina-vaccine-lottery/275-bc 17828e-03bd-4d 22-8649-b 7a 97cb 33d 32" on this server. Reference #18.c 6641102.1627710110.a 87cbd 9 . Wednesday’s Powerball drawing produced three wins for North Carolinians, including prizes of $50,000 in Durham County, $150,000 in Buncombe County and $1 million in Beaufort County
The lucky winner of the $1 million prize bought the ticket at Ginn’s Seafood and Quickstop on Carolina Avenue in Washington. The $2 ticket matched the numbers on the five white balls, 1-3-13-44-56, beating odds of 1 in 11.6 million. The $1 million win here in North Carolina was the largest Powerball prize won nationally in the drawing. Two other Powerball tickets matched the numbers on four white balls and the Powerball, beating odds of 1 in 913,000. One $3 Power Play ticket had its $50,000 prize tripled when the 3x multiplier was drawn and is worth $150,000
It was sold at the Enmark Station on Hendersonville Road in Arden. The other winning ticket, a $2 ticket valued at $50,000, was sold at the Joyland Family Fare on Holloway Street in Durham. Winners have 180 days to claim their prizes. No one won Wednesday’s jackpot
The jackpot climbs to $102 million as an annuity prize or $80.7 million cash for Saturday’s drawing. Ticket sales from draw games like Powerball make it possible for the lottery to raise more than $725 million per year for education. For details on how lottery funds have helped all of North Carolina’s 100 counties, click on the “Impact” section of the lottery’s website.. A couple of thousand people in North Carolina had the same great idea over the weekend, and now the state lottery is on the hook for $7.8 million. More than 2,000 people won the Carolina Pick 4 drawing on Saturday after picking all zeroes
The lottery's winning numbers did, in fact, turn out to be 0-0-0-0, which means the state's NC Education Lottery will pay out a total of $7.8 million in prize money to the winners — a record for a single Pick 4 drawing, according to state lottery officials. Dozens of those lucky winners showed up to the state's lottery headquarters in Raleigh on Monday to be among the first to claim their prize money. The NC Education Lottery shared a photo on Twitter showing how, at one point, so many winners arrived at once that a long line of people stretched out of the building. TWEETOne winner, named Willie Ward, said in a statement that he regularly plays all zeroes in Pick 3 and Pick 4 lottery games. "I love the zeroes," he says. "I'm dedicated to them. "Another winner, named Stephen Carter told state lottery officials that he'd "never played 0-0-0-0 before" and that his wife had selected the lucky numbers for him. "We've got a family reunion coming up," Carter says in a statement. "We're excited to show off our big check there. "Officials for the NC Education Lottery said in a statement that sets of four identical numbers in a lottery drawing are known as "Quads" and that those are among the most popular number combinations for lottery players Lucky Lines.
In fact, the previous record for a Pick 4 payout was $7.5 million in 2012, when the winning numbers were 1-1-1-1, according to NC Education Lottery. And, just last week, the state actually paid out a total of $2.1 million in prizes to more than 5,600 Pick 3 winners who selected the winning number combination of 1-1-1. The odds of matching all four of NC Education Lottery's Pick 4 numbers are 1 in 10,000, and players have the option of paying either $1 for a ticket and the chance to win up to $5,000 in prizes, or they can pay 50 cents for a possible grand prize of $2,500. State lottery officials said in a statement that 1,002 people won the $5,000 grand prize, while another 1,012 people won $2,500 apiece for their winning 50 cent tickets. TWEETPICOf course, these lottery winners will still face a tax bill on their prize money
The IRS requires lotteries to report any prize money over $600, which it taxes like regular income, and the federal government also requires lottery officials to automatically withhold 24% of winnings of $5,000 or more. Winners will also face a state tax of about 5.5% on their prize money. CORRECTION: This article has been corrected to show that the federal government requires that lottery officials withhold 24% of lottery winnings of $5,000 or more, while other prize money is taxed like regular income. Don't Miss:These people won the lottery multiple times, taking home millions—a Harvard prof. talks odds Kevin O'Leary: This is what you should do if you win the $750 million Powerball Like this story? Subscribe to CNBC Make It on You Tube!. A North Carolina woman became a millionaire off a lottery ticket, and it was completely by accident
Elizabeth Johnson had just missed the 9:57 p.m. cutoff to buy a Powerball ticket through Online Play for last Wednesday's drawing, according to lottery officials. Johnson, who works as an interpreter, had rushed out of work to pick her numbers but she was one minute too late. Turns out, her "bad luck turned into good luck" a few days later. Her ticket was good for Saturday's drawing, where she unexpectedly pulled in a $2 million prize. WOMAN SAYS $26M CALIFORNIA LOTTERY TICKET DESTROYED IN WASH"It was definitely a shock!" said Johnson. "When I got the message saying that I had won I thought, ‘Well, I didn’t even play tonight. ’"The $3 Power Play ticket matched the numbers on all five white balls to win the $1 million prize
The jackpot doubled, however, when the 2X multiplier was drawn, officials said. Elizabeth Johnson (NC Education Lottery )And the odds, like all lottery games, were not in her favor. In fact, the odds of her matching all five white balls were one in about 11.6 million, according to the North Carolina Education Lottery. Johnson's winnings ended up amounting to $1,415,001 after required federal and state tax withholdings. She plans to use her winnings on a house and a vacation. . CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPThe current Powerball jackpot stands at $268 million as an annuity or $184.2 million cash from Saturday’s drawing
The odds of taking home that jackpot are even tougher, with one-in-292 million chance. Sales from lottery tickets like Powerball help to raise more than $725 million per year for education in the state.
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