A LIFE-changing Powerball ticket that holds the right to a $92.2million payday has gone unclaimed almost a week since the winning numbers were drawn.
The ticket was sold in northeast Kansas on Saturday and contains the winning digits 7-28-62-6-62 with the Powerball 10.
According to Kansas Lottery, the winner drew the winning digits from a store in one of 21 counties in northeast Kansas.
The counties are Marshall, Nemaha, Brown, Doniphan, Riley, Pottawatomie, Jackson, Atchison, Geary, Wabaunsee, Shawnee, Jefferson, Leavenworth, Wyandotte, Johnson, Osage, Douglas, Franklin, Miami, Morris and Northern Lyon County.
The lucky ticket holder can receive an upfront cash payment of about $47.3million or claim the full $92.2million in annualized payments over 30 years.
The winner can also remain anonymous when claiming the prize.
The multi-million-dollar ticket is just one of many unclaimed prizes throughout the Sunflower State, according to the state’s lottery department.
There are dozens of unclaimed prizes ranging from just a few thousand to well over $50,000.
Winners have one full calendar year to claim their prize.
Meanwhile, the clock is ticking for an Indiana lotto player who won the $2million Powerball on June 18.
The ticket – drawn in Howard County at the McClure Oil gas station – is set to expire on December 15.
The winning digits are 10-19-40-45-58 with the Powerball 25.
Also, a clueless lotto player in Pennsylvania holding a Cash 5 winning ticket drawn last December should be aware that their $1.65million prize is set to expire in a few weeks.
The winning numbers were drawn on December 16, 2021, containing the numbers 8, 12, 18, 31, and 35.
Officials said the Cash 5 ticket was sold at Jak Petroleum Company LLC in Armstrong County.
The ticket must be claimed by December 16, or the funds go back into the state, according to WATE.