A gas station sold two multimillion lottery tickets less than a year apart, the California Lottery said Sunday.
Saturday night's draw revealed a ticket sold at the Santa Monica Boulevard gas station was worth just under $2 million dollars, for matching five of six numbers, according to the lottery.
The $1,995,993 ticket dwarfs in comparison to another sold at the Century City 76 station, at 10389 Santa Monica Boulevard, in April. This article originally misstated its location.
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That ticket was worth $30 million, lottery officials said.
No one has come forward to claim the recent ticket, but the lottery officials said the winner should sign the back in ink, keep it in a safe place and visit a lottery district office.
Because no ticket matched the Powerball number on Saturday, the jackpot rose to $208 million for Wednesday, Jan. 21.