A lottery ticket bought at Burlington Hy-Vee will make whoever claims it $ 2 million richer after Saturday's Powerball drawing.

The ticket matched the first five numbers, but the winner, who is not named in the Iowa Lottery's news release, also added the Power Play option to the purchase, which multiplied the prize to $ 2 million.

It was the only ticket in the country to win $ 2 million Saturday, according to the release. Saturday's winning numbers were 1-2-3-7-39, and the Powerball number was 25.

No one matched all six numbers to win the total jackpot lottery officials said, so the big prize rises to a $ 242 million annuity , or a $ 1

48 million lump sum.

He-Vee will receive $ 2,000 for selling the second-winning lottery ticket sold in the state this year.

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Earlier this month, a truck driver from the Quad-Cities named Danny Lovett claimed his $ 1 million Mega Millions winnings from a ticket he bought in January at a Kum & Go in Colfax.

Lovett customs lottery officials have used the money to buy a house, add to his retirement savings, help out his family and buy his dream in 1972 Ford Mustang fastback.

Meanwhile, a $ 1 A million Powerball prize is still unclaimed from a winning ticket purchased in Nevada, Iow a, which won the April 11, 2018, drawing. The winner has 365 days, or until 4 p.m. on April 11, to claim the prize

More than $ 4.2 billion has been awarded to Iowa Lottery players and more than $ 1.9 billion to state programs since the program's inception in 1985, according to the news release.

Lottery proceeds primarily support the Iowa Veterans Trust Fund, the state's General Fund and the Vision Iowa Program, the lottery said in the statement.

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