Time is running out.
Lottery officials in California and New Jersey say two unused $ 250,000 tickets will expire if their lucky owners don’t change them quickly.
In New Jersey, authorities announced that a Mega Millions ticket sold for the drawing on October 5, 2012, at a Wegmans supermarket in central New York will expire if the holder does not pay the price by December 5. October
This ticket matched all five winning numbers, but not the Powerball. The winning streak for this draw was 8, 9, 16, 32, and 39 with a count of mega balls of 15 and a mega multiplier of 3.
In California, a Powerball ticket purchased at a gas station in San José on May 15 expires on November 11 if not redeemed.
This ticket was assigned to a Capitol Shell gas station at 1601 N. Capitol Ave and matched five winning numbers, but the multi-state Powerball jackpot number was lost, writes KTVU.com.
In the case of the ticket to California, the unused price of $ 256,317 would flow to the state public school system if the ticket holder did not win the duchy, authorities told KTVU.com.
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