$1 Million Powerball Ticket Sold in Arlington

Million-dollar ticket sold at a 7-Eleven on Lee Highway in Arlington

View Comments (


    A Powerball ticket worth $1 million was sold at a convenience store in Arlington, Va. News4's Chris Gordon reports.

    Although Wednesday night's Powerball jackpot winners bought their tickets in Arizona and Missouri, four ticket buyers in Virginia -- including one in Arlington -- have lucked out with a million dollars each.

    The million-dollar winners matched the first five numbers (5, 16, 22, 23, 29), but didn't include the Powerball number (6).

    Arlington's winning ticket was sold at a 7-Eleven at Lee Highway and George Mason Drive, about two miles northwest of Ballston. The convenience store is located in a small, sloping parking lot that shares space with a shoe repair service.

    Powerball Frenzy Sweeps the DMV

    [DC] Powerball Frenzy Sweeps the DMV
    Powerball fever has taken over the DC area, as the jackpot rises to $550 million. Chris Gordon reports

    A 7-Eleven employee who answered the phone around 12:20 p.m. Thursday said she and other workers were excited about the sale of the ticket, but haven't heard from anyone claiming to have the winning numbers.

    Virginia's Match 5 winning tickets were sold at:

    What Are The Odds? And Do You Care?

    [DC] What Are The Odds? And Do You Care?
    Tony Tull talks to people picking up their Powerball tickets.

    • 7-Eleven -- 5267 Lee Highway, Arlington
    • Sali Mini Mart Discount Tobacco -- 1721 Roanoke Road, Daleville
    • Mr. B's Welcome Center -- 3833 North Valley Pike, Harrisonburg
    • Kroger -- 901 North Lombardy Street, Richmond

    Million-dollar tickets were also sold in 24 other states, including New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.


    Powerball Officials: $588M Jackpot Tickets Sold in Ariz. and Mo.

    Big Powerball Winners Warn of Emotional Roller Coaster

    Manassas Man Wins $200K on Lotto Scratch-Off

    $1M Powerball Ticket Sold in Falls Church