Lottery officials are waiting for a $63 million jackpot winner to step forward.
The lucky SuperLotto Plus ticket -- numbers 46-1-33-30-16 and the Mega number 24 -- was sold at a Chatsworth 7-Eleven. The SuperLotto Plus game had gone 51 consecutive drawings, conducted Wednesdays and Saturdays, without a jackpot winner.
SuperLotto Plus winners have 180 days from the date of the draw to claim their money. The winner had not been identified Sunday morning.
The winner will receive a one-time payout of $39.9 million before federal taxes if he or she accepts the lump sum amount. The $63 million prize would otherwise be spread over 30 years.
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The odds of hitting the jackpot are about 1 in 42 million.
The last SuperLotto Plus jackpot win, $14 million, was Feb. 7. That ticket was sold at in Glendale.
Saturday's jackpot win was only the game's fourth this year.
Mall Singh and Devinder K. Singh, the owners of the store at 20871 Lassen Street, will receive a $315,000 bonus just for selling the winning ticket. The retailer bonus will be paid out regardless of whether the winner comes forward.