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Delaware Powerball losers have shot at more than $150,000 in second-chance prizes

Mega Millions and Powerball are approaching record numbers. Here’s what the winner could buy if they hit the jackpot. USA TODAY

Powerball losers will get a second chance in a Delaware Lottery drawing. (Photo: DELAWARE LOTTERY)

If you haven’t won anything in the recent Powerball jackpot drawings, don’t just rip up your ticket or tickets.

You could still win something.

The Delaware Lottery is offering 100 second-chance prizes, worth more than $150,000, for non-winning Powerball tickets sold in the state for drawings from Sept. 15 through Oct. 31.

Here is what you need to do to enter the Power Payout Second-Chance Drawing:

  1. Sign the back of your non-winning ticket(s) and provide all the information requested.
  2. Mail your ticket(s) to Power Payout Second Chance, P.O. Box 319, Cheswold, DE 19936-0319. Multiple tickets may be mailed in one envelope.
  3. Make sure your entries are received by 4:30 p.m. on Nov. 6.

The drawing will be held Nov. 13.

The winners will be listed on delottery.com and officially notified by mail. Winners will need to claim their prize at the Delaware Lottery office in Dover.

Those who enter this drawing are giving the Delaware Lottery permission to announce and publish their name for promotional purposes if they win.

The winning Powerball numbers drawn Wednesday are 03-57-64-68-69 and Powerball 15. The Power Play was 3. No one won the jackpot so it grows to $430 million for the next drawing on Saturday.

Delaware Powerball players who lose in the jackpot drawings Sept. 15 through Oct. 31 may enter a second-chance drawing offering $156,000 in prizes. ]]>