(CBS DETROIT) — Michigan Lottery players have a few days left to see if they have a $150,000 Powerball ticket bought in Clarkston last year.
Officials say the winning ticket purchased at the Pine Knob Wine Shoppe on Maybee Road has not been claimed and will expire at 4:45 PM on April 24.
🚨 Check your tickets: A $150,000 Powerball prize expires in a week!🚨 https://t.co/JmhpWwZJ6u pic.twitter.com/VtSTC4Bp1i
— Michigan Lottery (@MILottery) Apr 18, 2022
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The ticket matched the numbers and Powerball: 22-36-48-59-61 PB: 22.
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The winner must call 517-373-1237 to set up an appointment to collect the prize, which must be claimed at the Michigan Lottery headquarters in Lansing.
Officials say the money will go to the state’s School Aid Fund if not claimed.
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