Eleven tickets sold in nine states matched the first five numbers, most of them winning $250,000, including one sold at TJ's Beer Distributor, 316 Broadway, in Pitcairn, east of Pittsburgh.
New York and California each had two second-tier winners, while New Jersey, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Ohio and Wisconsin had one apiece.
Exactly where the winning Garden State ticket was sold should be known later today.
The Bucks County ticket that won $200,000 in Saturday's Powerball drawing was purchased at the Valley News & Smoke Shop at 2337 Neshaminy Blvd. in Bensalem. The player matched the first five numbers - 11, 12, 15, 16 and 28 - but not Powerball of 11.
Because no one hit all the numbers, tonight's annuity jackpot will be worth $46 million, or $25.5 million cash.
A Michigan ticket won $1 million for matching the same set of numbers, while having the Power Play multiplier option. Also winning $200,000 each were tickets sold in Arkansas, Florida, Missouri, New York, South Carolina, Texas, Wisconsin and West Virginia.
For more lottery information, go to www.philly.com/philly/news/lottery, www.powerball.com or www.megamillions.com.
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