The Four Sons Food Store in Fountain Hills sold this winning ticket. "Unbelievable," the store manager Bob Chebat said. "Everyone comes in here buying tickets, joking they'll take care of you if they win. But chances are so slim that it becomes standard that no one does win. I just don't know what to say. I'm shocked. I hope I was the guy who sold the winning ticket.
11/29/12 One winner hit the Powerball lotto for a $1,000,000 jackpot. The T&T Market at 2048 S. 6th Avenue in South Tucson.
04/26/12 One Tucson resident hit the Powerball on the 4/11/12 Powerball for a million dollar jackpot. This $1 million winning ticket was sold at the Fry's Food Store at 2480 N. Swan Rd. in Tucson. The actual winning numbers were 16-23-42-44-47 and the Powerball was 02. He chose to remain anonymous and said he been playing for years.
03/15/12 The PowerPick Player's Club in Phoenix hit the Fantasy 5 lotto for a $245K jackpot. see the website at PowerPick Player Club
01/29/12 The Fry's Food Store at 555 E. Grant Rd. in Tucson sold Arizona's First $2 Powerball jackpot ticket.The winner said he was very happy with his winnings but said 'health is more important than money'.
01/15/12 Al Harwell hits the Arizona Powerball lottery for a $200,000 jackpot. The Valero Corner Store 2955 E. Riggs Rd. in Chandler sold this winning lotto ticket.
$1,000,000 winning ticket: 119888 $100,000 winners: 188831 281628 176797 282427 013208 001702
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03/01/11 The Pick 5 lotto game has been renamed to the Fantasy 5 lottery. The available numbers have increased from 5 out of 39 to 5 out of 41 , reducing your odds of winning. A new feature called the DOUBLER has been added to approximately 1 in 10 tickets, this will double any prize won except the jackpot, at no extra cost and will print automatically at the terminal.
02/25/11 A anonymous winner in Tucson won one of the 10 top prizes with the Cash Spectacular Scratchers. The Circle K at 401 S. Alvernon Way in Tucson sold this winning ticket. Miracles do happen, my wife and I both cried on and off all weekend. We really needed the money, he said”
02/20/11 Norman Ambrose has a winning Millionaire Raffle ticket worth $100,000. The Valero Corner Store 2011 S. Ellsworth Rd. in Mesa Arizona sold this winning ticket. 'My wife wants a new kitchen', he said while discussing his winnings.
02/17/11 Arizona was a lucky state for Powerball last nite, 3 of the 4 $200,000 winners are in Arizona.
$1,000,000 Raffle 171619 $100,000 WINNERS 287586 040433 258925 176173 291026 259774
Someone had a very nice Merry Christmas, on Friday 12/24/10 there was 1 $184,000 Fantasy 5 winner.
12/14/10 Sheila Verke a Fort Mohave resident and a substitute teacher, has claimed her jackpot. She opted for a lump sum payment of $49.9 million. 'It's going to change my life and the life of my children and my grandchildren and my friends' said Verke. The winning numbers of 5-10-11-12-20 with Powerball as 2, is a combination of her birthday and that of her two children, she said. She has been playing this number set for years, saying, 'Even if I had to gather quarters, nickels and dimes, I bought them'.Verke bought the winning ticket at a Safeway supermarket in Fort Mohave Arizona.
$95 Million Powerball Ticket Purchased at the Safeway store at 4823 S. Highway 95 in Fort Mohave, AZ The winning numbers are 5-10-11-12-20 Powerball=2.
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