Some major moolah is waiting to be claimed by locally purchased tickets.

No, not the biggest jackpots. Powerball and Mega Millions both rose.

But a $2.27 million Match 6 win in Montgomery County and a $330,000 Cash 5 windfall in Philadelphia should buy more than a few tanks of gas.

So will the $1 million won by a Powerball ticket bought in York.

(Unless maybe you're trying to fuel a space flight.)

The Match 6 Lotto ticket - bearing the numbers 3, 11, 25, 37, 46 and 49 for the April 19 drawing - was purchased at a Sunoco on Gulph Road in King of Prussia. The jackpot for tonight's drawing is $500,000.

The $330,000 Cash 5 ticket was sold at a 7-Eleven, 1820 Stenton Avenue, in the city's Ogontz section. It matched all five numbers in the April 21 drawing: 16, 23, 29, 30 and 33. Tonight's jackpot: $225,000.

Wednesday's top Powerball prize will be worth $173 million for the annuity, $107.7 million for the cash, because nobody hit all the numbers drawn Saturday night. They were 6, 8, 20, 42 and 51, with a Powerball of 16.

Seven tickets, though, including one sold in York, Pa., won $1 million each for matching the first five numbers.

The York ticket was sold at Weis Markets, 2400 E. Market St. The others were sold in Indiana, Minnesota, Florida, Louisiana, Colorado and Idaho.

Tuesday's Mega Millions drawing will be worth $76 million for the annuity, $55 million for the cash, because nobody hit all of Friday's numbers: 14, 23, 26, 33 and 35, with a Mega Ball of 40.

New York, California, Georgia, Kentucky and Washington, D.C., all sold tickets that matched the first five numbers, winning at least $250,000.

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