$50,000 winning Powerball ticket sold in Madison about to expire
MADISON, Wis. (CBS 58) -- There's a winning Powerball ticket out there worth $50,000, and the Wisconsin Lottery says it will go unclaimed if the winner doesn't come forward by Thursday, May 7.
The winning ticket was purchased from the Nov. 9, 2019 drawing, from a Kwik Trip gas station at 4741 Lien Road in Madison.
The ticket may be claimed by mail or with an
The months of March and April produced three $50,000 Wisconsin Powerball winners:
- Abbigail Leavens, of Sheboygan, claimed a $50,000 winning ticket for the March 21 draw. The ticket was purchased at Minit Mart in Sheboygan.
- John Sakowski, of Appleton, claimed a $50,000 winning ticket for the April 1 draw. The ticket was purchased at Grand Chute Motomart in Appleton.
- David Krause, of Lake Geneva, claimed a $50,000 winning ticket for the April 18 draw. The ticket was purchased at Maxi Shell in Delavan.
Information on claiming prizes by mail can be found at https://wilottery.com/winners/claim-prize. In-person redemption is currently available only at the Madison office with an appointment. Winners may call (608) 261-4916 to discuss available appointment times.
The odds of winning the $50,000 Powerball prize is 1 in 913,130. Powerball drawings are Wednesday and Saturday at 9:59 p.m. Tickets must be purchased before 9 p.m. on Wednesday and Saturday to be included in that day’s drawing.