Montana Lottery has nearly $500K in unclaimed prizes

2010-06-16T09:14:00Z Montana Lottery has nearly $500K in unclaimed prizesThe Associated Press The Associated Press
June 16, 2010 9:14 am  • 

HELENA - The Montana Lottery has nearly $500,000 in unclaimed lottery prizes, including two $200,000 Powerball prizes from drawings in March.

Lottery officials are looking for the winner of a $200,000 prize from the March 13 Powerball drawing. The ticket was sold at M&H Gas in Miles City.

Two large prizes from the March 31 drawing remain unclaimed - a $200,000 prize won by a ticket sold at Town Pump in Shelby, along with a $50,000 prize won by a ticket sold at Mountain View Co-Op in Fairfield.

The owner of a Powerball ticket sold at Town Pump on Grizzly Trail in Butte for the April 21 Powerball hasn't claimed a $10,000 prize.

The winner of the $20,000 Montana Cash jackpot from last Saturday's drawing still hasn't stepped forward. The ticket was purchased at Super 1 Foods in Stevensville.

Lotto winners have six months from the date of the draw to claim the prizes.

 

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