DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – This holiday season someone who bought a Powerball ticket in Dallas this past Spring has a lot to be thankful for… but only for the next few days.
The unclaimed Powerball ticket purchased for the May 29 drawing is a $1 million winner, but will expire on Monday.READ MORE: COVID-19 Vaccines Don't Impact Fertility, But The Virus Does, Doctors Say
CHECK YOUR TICKETS! A $1 million #Powerball® prize will expire on Monday, Nov. 25 at 5 p.m. CT. The winning ticket from the drawing on May 29 matched all five of the white ball numbers drawn but not the Powerball number. #TexasLottery #Texas pic.twitter.com/DkzpOtT8FE
— Texas Lottery (@TexasLottery) November 21, 2019READ MORE: North Texas High School Mourns Deaths of Two Brothers Killed in Crash
The Quick Pick ticket, purchased at the RS Dollar Plus Store in the 3300 block of Elsie Faye Heggins Street in Dallas, matched all five of the white ball numbers. The winning numbers for the drawing were 3, 32, 34, 42, 61 — the Powerball number was 7.
Winning tickets for Powerball are valid for 180 days. According to the Texas Lottery, the unclaimed $1 million ticket must be claimed in person at a lottery center by Monday, November 25 at 5 p.m.MORE NEWS: Texas A Top Destination For Out-Of-State Transplants
According to records, more than $1 billion in unclaimed prizes has been given back to the state since the Texas Lottery began in 1992.