No one hit the big jackpot, but someone who bought a ticket in Pennsylvania did win $1 million in last night's Powerball drawing.

The ticket matched all five white ball numbers - 15, 26, 27, 42 and 58 - missed the Powerball of 37, while having the Power Play multiplier option.

The other million-dollar winner bought a ticket in Montana.

Without the Power Play, those slips would have won $200,000.

Because no one hit all the numbers, Saturday's top prize will be worth $59 million, paid in 30 annual installments, or $28.7 million cash.

Less taxes, of course.

Powerball is played in Pennsylvania, Delaware, 28 other states, and Washington, D.C.

One week left for $200,000 winner. Any chance you bought a Powerball ticket on June 18 last year at Choi Food & Beer, 3987 Ford Rd., in Philadelphia's Wynnefield Heights section?

If you can find it and these are the first numbers - 9, 12, 31, 39 and 52 - you're a $200,000 winner.

As long as you claim your prize by next Thursday.

Still no $87 million winner. On Feb. 28, someone bought a ticket at Plymouth Meeting Mall that is worth $87.2 million - half of that night's Powerball jackpot.

The other half was claimed in Delaware.

The numbers were 3, 16, 20, 42 and 58, with a Powerball of 7.

Mega Millions marches on. The numbers drawn Tuesday night - 5, 17, 31, 36 and 56, with a Mega Ball of 46 - failed to match a single ticket, so tomorrow's annunity jackpot will be worth $36 million. The cash payout is $21.8 million.

California sold the only ticket worth $250,000 for having all of Tuesday's numbers except the Mega Ball.

Mega Millions is played in New Jersey, Maryland, New York and nine other states.

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