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Hurry! $450,000 in Unclaimed Powerball Prizes in One State – Deadlines Approaching

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Arizona has nine unclaimed Powerball wins worth $450,000, and expiration dates are approaching.

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Unclaimed Powerball Prizes Worth $450,000 in Arizona Expire Soon

The state lottery warned that certain awards will expire in weeks. Unclaimed $50,000 rewards are wasted possibilities for Arizona lotto players. A ticket selected on July 19, 2023, expires in January 2024. Arizona usually gives winners six months to claim their rewards, so the January 15, 2024 deadline is urgent for this case, containing 7-10-11-13-24 with a Powerball of 24.

The next $50,000 Arizona Powerball prize from an August 5 drawing expires on February 1. September 27’s award expires March 25, 2024. State winners increased in October, while October 7, 9, and 11 awards expire in April 2024.

The state’s lottery website lists three more Powerball jackpots expiring in May and June. Arizona had an unclaimed Mega Millions winner.

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Act Now to Claim Unclaimed Powerball and Mega Millions Prizes in Arizona

Powerball and Mega Millions involve matching lotto ticket numbers to randomly chosen balls. Powerball provides nine chances to win, from $4 for matching only the red ball or the red ball with one white ball to the jackpot for matching all five white balls plus the red ball. Arizona’s unclaimed rewards mostly entail matching four $50,000 white balls.

Lottery officials advise players to verify their tickets immediately to prevent missing out on big jackpots. Lotto players should act fast to claim their winnings before the deadlines because the unclaimed prizes are large.

READ ALSO: ACT FAST Nine Powerball tickets totaling $450,000 unclaimed in a single state – but deadlines are approaching in weeks

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