Tennessee Lottery Has 3 Big Winners Wednesday

Thursday, March 26, 2020

 A Powerball player in Ooltewah won $50,000 Wednesday night, as well as a player in Knoxville. They matched four of five numbers. And another Tennessee Cash player in Knoxville won the $707,589 jackpot Wednesday night matching five of five numbers plus the Cash Ball.

The winning ticket in Ooltewah was purchased at Tiger Market at 5010 Hunter Road and the winning ticket in Knoxville was purchased at Tazewell Pike Market at 5417 Tazewell Pike. 

The Tennessee Cash winning ticket was purchased at Food City, 2712 Loves Creek Road in Knoxville.

Currently the claim centers at the Nashville Headquarters and all District Offices (Chattanooga, Memphis and Knoxville) are temporarily closed in response to shelter-in-place guidance during the coronavirus pandemic.

However, players who win prizes of $50,000 or more can call to schedule an appointment to come in and claim their prize at Nashville Headquarters. Players should call (615) 324-6688 to make an appointment.

Players can claim prizes under $600 at any of the retailer locations. Prizes of $600 or more can be claimed by mailing in the signed winning ticket with a completed claim form to P.O. Box 290636, Nashville, TN 37229-0636.

All mail-in claims for draw-style games must be postmarked within 180 days of the official winning draw date for that ticket. Instant games must be claimed within 90 days of the announced end of game. Players should remember to sign the back of their tickets, and it is suggested to use registered mail if mailing in claims.


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