SACRAMENTO – For the second time in exactly three months, a winning Powerball jackpot ticket was sold in California. You may remember back in October of 2021, a winning Powerball ticket was sold in Morro Bay. Now, in January of 2022, California has once again sold a winning Powerball jackpot ticket, along with Wisconsin, splitting the $630+ million jackpot, with $315 million prizes each. The wait will continue until a winner (or winners, if it was a group ticket) comes forward to claim the jackpot.
Both California’s and Wisconsin’s winning tickets matched all six numbers drawn (6-14-25-33-46 and the red Powerball number 17). California’s winning ticket was sold at the 7-Eleven at 6591 Wyndham Drive in Sacramento. That store will receive a $1 million bonus just for selling the winning ticket.
A ticket in South Pasadena also matched five numbers, but without the Powerball number, winning $1.3 million. That ticket was sold at the Chevron at 1400 Mission Street; they’ll get a $6,517 bonus for selling this winning ticket.
If someone believes they have the winning ticket, they will need to complete a California Lottery claim form. Claim forms are available on our website, at all Lottery District Offices, and at any of our more than 23,000 Lottery retailers throughout the state. Winners should sign the back of their ticket in ink, make a copy of the front and back, and put it in a safe place until they can claim their prize. The California Lottery will not know the identity of the winner until they claim their prize.