Someone in California is $700 million richer.
The numbers on a single Powerball ticket sold in the state came up for a prize of $700 million — the seventh-largest jackpot in U.S. lottery history.
It was also the fifth-largest win in Powerball history.
“California, we have a winner!” the California Lottery tweeted on Tuesday.
“Congratulations to our lucky player from Morro Bay who matched 6/6 numbers and won the $699.8 Million #Powerball jackpot,” read the message about Monday night’s draw.
The winning numbers, in case you happened to be in the area of Morro Bay area and purchased a ticket, were 12, 22, 54, 66, and 69, and the Powerball number was 15.
The odds of winning the grand prize were just 1 in 292.2 million, according to Powerball.
No one had won the lottery’s grand prize since June 5, when a ticket worth $285.6 million was sold in Florida. There have been a record 40 consecutive drawings without a grand prize winner since.
The lucky duck can choose between getting it as an annuity paid over 29 years or $496 million cash. Both options are subject to taxes, of course.
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In addition, there were five $1-million winning tickets sold: two in Massachusetts and one each in Arizona, Florida, and Virginia.
The biggest-ever Powerball prize was nearly $1.6 billion. Three ticket holders each won a third of that fortune.