Only Two Days Remain to Claim $200,000 Winning Powerball Ticket for March 26 Drawing
A Powerball ticket sold in Fairfield County worth $200,000 for the March 26, 2011 drawing will expire this Thursday, September 22, if the winning ticketholder does not step forward soon to claim their prize.
The CT Lottery is urging players to double back and look everywhere to locate the winning ticket—check your wallet or purse, your pockets, the car’s glove compartment; the stack of papers sitting idle on your kitchen counter—before time runs out to collect the unclaimed prize.
The winning numbers on March 26 were, 4 - 10 - 11 - 19 - 33, the Powerball number was 27.
Winners have 180-days from the date of the drawing to claim prizes. In order to claim the prize, the claimant with the winning ticket should sign the ticket to establish ownership, go to any CT Lottery retail location prior to the deadline, have the ticket validated, and present the ticket to Lottery headquarters in Rocky Hill. Due to Lottery security procedures, officials cannot release the town or retailer location of where the winning ticket was sold until it is claimed and verified.