Nice six-figure paydays await three lottery players who recently bought tickets in Philadelphia, Hatboro and Millville.

Also, time is running out for two large prizes hit last May in Philadelphia and Avondale.

Meanwhile, the biggest jackpot around is Powerball, whose annuity prize rose to $120 million for Saturday's drawing because no one matched all the numbers that came up Wednesday night.

The biggest local win was for a $525,000 prize in the Pennsylvania Lottery's Cash 5 game. A ticket purchased at Wilson's Check Cashing at 1201 E. Susquehanna Ave. in Philadelphia hit the jackpot by matching all five numbers drawn Tuesday night: 7, 12, 27, 35 and 36.

The same night, in the Mega Millions drawing, a ticket purchased at the Lukoil at 598 N. York Rd. in Hatboro hit for $250,000 by matching the first five numbers - 1, 2, 17, 25 and 48 - but not the Mega Ball 45.

No one matched all the numbers, so Friday's jackpot went up to $16 million.

In last Friday's Mega Millions drawing, $250,000 was won by a player at the Shop Rite at 2130 N. Second St. in Millville, Cumberland County. The ticket matched the first five numbers - 3, 33, 39, 47 and 53 - but not the Mega Ball of 9.

A single Michigan ticket hit that night's $27 million jackpot.

Expiring prizes. There's one week left for someone to claim the $200,000 won by a Powerball ticket purchased for the May 26, 2010, drawing at Kelly's News, 3178 Kensington Ave. in the Kensington section of Philadelphia. It matched the first five numbers drawn - 1, 6, 10, 13 and 20, - but not the Powerball of 32.

Only 10 days remain for another $200,000 winner, who bought a ticket for the May 29, 2010, Powerball drawing at the Sunoco at 8955 Gap Newport Pike in Avondale. It matched the first five numbers - 1, 3, 24, 28 and 41 - but not the Powerball of 10.

Powerball and Mega Millions are each played in more than 40 states, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

Contact staff writer Peter Mucha at 215-854-4342 or pmucha@phillynews.com.