TAMPA - One ticket sold in Iowa matched all six numbers in Wednesday's $241 million Powerball lottery drawing.
The winning combination was 7, 10, 14, 33, 57 with 18 as the Powerball.
The winning ticket holder can choose between taking the $241 million jackpot in 30 annual installments or a lump sum payout of $160.3 million before taxes, or a little more than $112 million after taxes.
The jackpot was originally announced as $240 million, but additional sales bumped it up an additional million dollars.
Iowa Lottery officials say the ticket was sold at a Hy-Vee on Edgewood Road in Cedar Rapids. The person or people holding the ticket have yet to step forward to claim the prize from Wednesday's drawing.
Of the 157,271 winning sets of numbers in Florida, eleven people came very close to winning the big jackpot.
Three tickets had the five regular numbers picked correctly and are worth $1,000,000. One person who played the Power Play matched the five regular numbers and will win $2,000,000.
Six other tickets are worth $10,000 after matching the Powerball number and four other numbers. One person who played Power Play matched the Powerball number and four other numbers and will win $40,000.
The odds of winning Powerball's grand prize jackpot are 1 in 175,223,510.
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The single winning ticket in Saturday night's Powerball drawing worth an estimated $590 million was sold at a Zephyrhills Publix.