DENVER – Someone in Massachusetts may have won the $758.7 jackpot in Wednesday night’s Powerball drawing, but a few Colorado residents also won big.
The Colorado Lottery said there were four winning tickets worth $50,000 or more, including one lucky ticket worth $1 million.
Officials said the million-dollar ticket was sold at a 7-Eleven store on Briargate Parkway in Colorado Springs.
A ticket worth $200,000 was sold in Pueblo and two tickets worth $50,000 each were sold in Englewood and Aspen.
Wednesday’s grand prize of $758.7 million was the second-biggest in U.S. history. The record was a $1.6 billion jackpot split between three people in January 2016.
For information on claiming your prize, log on to coloradolottery.com.