Anybody want some money?

Some major lottery prizes, won by local tickets, are still looking to be claimed, according to the Pennsylvania Lottery.

One ticket worth $250,000 expires this month.

Here's a rundown, including two last-gasp chances and a handful of recent victories.

Expiring soon: $250,000 won in Bucks County. The Mega Millions ticket was purchased for the April 29, 2011, drawing at the Acme Market at 2301 Pasqualone Blvd. in Bensalem. It matched the first five numbers - 9, 10, 11, 33 and 51 - but not the Mega Ball of 29. Because the prize expires on a Sunday, final chance to stake a claim in person is Friday, April 27, and last chance for a valid postmarked mailed submission is Saturday, April 28.

Also expiring: $50,000 won in Montgomery County. The Quinto ticket was for the midday drawing on May 21, 2011, and was purchased at Smokings in East Norriton. The five-digit winning number: 11293.

$250,000 won in Bucks on Tuesday. The Mega Millions ticket - sold at the Quick Stop on East Walnut Street in Perkasie - matched the first five numbers drawn April 17: 1, 16, 24, 32 and 48. It missed the Mega Ball of 2.

$1 million won in Montgomery County on Saturday. The ticket matched the first five numbers drawn Saturday night (April 14) - 14, 15, 16, 19 and 24 - but not the Powerball of 2. The place of purchase: Smokings, 2894 Dekalb Pike, in East Norriton. Another such ticket was bought in Waynesboro, Franklin County - near the Maryland line in Central Pennsylvania.

$530,000 jackpot split by Philadelphia, Northampton County tickets. The April 12 Cash 5 drawing produced two $265,000 winners, who matched all five balls: 3, 19, 32, 33 and 41. One was sold at the Wawa at 7001 Roosevelt Blvd. The other was from Fast Fill, 325 S. Best Ave., in Walnutport.

$496,000 won in Delco early this month. A ticket for the April 3 Cash 5 drawing matched all five balls - 8, 10, 26, 29 and 33. It was purchased at Trio Newsstand, Providence Shopping Center, 923 Providence Rd. in Secane, Delaware County.

For more information, including how to file claims, go to www.palottery.com.

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