Winner of the Ocean County Million Dollar Poweball

There is luck, and then there is really luck.

Ocean County is on a historic stretch.

2021 has been an incredible year for lottery winnings in Ocean County.

In December, a winning lottery ticket worth $ 10,000 came from Country Farms in Toms River on Route 70 and Whitesville Road.

A month earlier in November another one $ 10,000 went to a lucky Mega Millions player.

These numbers were chosen at the Silverton Pharmacy in Toms River.

October did not disappoint.

A Powerball ticket worth $ 50,000 was purchased from ShopRite on North County Line Road in Jackson.

Money that changed life came out in September when a Jersey Cash 5 ticket matched all five numbers, which earned him half a million dollars.

$ 510,128 to be exact.

The winning ticket was purchased a Wawa on Brick Boulevard in The Brick.

We said “show me the money” in August.

The numbers of two lucky winners matched all Jersey Cash 5 numbers drawn.

The two winners will share the prize of $ 1,329,672.00 by giving them equally $ 664,836 each before taxes.

One of the winning tickets was purchased at 7-11 on Main Street in Lanoka Harbor.

it was hot in July when a lucky ticket matched all five numbers in the Jersey Cash 5 draw on Saturday July 3.

This resulted in a gain of $ 100,000.

This winning ticket was sold at the Shop Rite of Manchester on Route 70 West in the Township of Manchester.

Another winning Jersey Cash 5 lottery took place last Sunday, January 2nd.

This time for $ 650,969.

It was purchased from Krauszer on Brewers Bridge Road in Jackson.

That’s seven straight months of massive lottery wins in Ocean County alone.

Now news of a new millionaire.

Wednesday night’s Powerball was worth $ 632.6 million.

Someone hit the million dollar jackpot, and guess where they bought the ticket? Yes, Ocean County.

The lucky numbers were drawn at Robin’s Convenience Store Deli & Grill in Lakewood.

Oh, Monmouth County finally won.

A Powerball ticket worth a cool $ 50,000 was purchased at Exxon Village in Holmdel.

With all the luck we’ve had, you’d be crazy not to buy a Powerball ticket for the $ 20 million draw on Saturday, January 8 – especially if you live in Ocean County.

If you win big, you could move to one of the top 100 places to live on the east coast.

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