Check your tickets! A winning Powerball ticket worth $2 million was sold in Florida, according to the Florida Lottery's website.
Officials said the ticket matched all five numbers in the Oct. 29 drawing, which were 19, 31, 40, 46, and 57. A lottery spokesperson said the ticket was purchased at a Circle K located at 9218 Gibsonton Drive, in Gibsonton.
Players who match all five numbers, but not the sixth number (the Powerball) typically win $1 million, but because the winner added the Power Play feature for an additional $1 per play, the prize increased to $2 million, according to the rules of the game.
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No one matched all six numbers and won the estimated $825 million grand prize.
That means the next drawing on Oct. 31 will be for a massive $1 billion, according to a statement by Powerball. It will be held at 10:59 p.m. ET.