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32 lucky New Yorkers win $50,000 third place prizes 

Powerball fever was in full force throughout New York for yesterday’s $700,000,000 jackpot with $23.7 million in New York sales for the single day. While the jackpot winning ticket wasn’t sold in New York, dozens of lucky New Yorkers are now significantly richer. 

Two $1,000,000 second prize tickets were sold in Manhattan and one was sold in Cheektowaga. The three $1,000,000 winning tickets from last night’s drawing matched the first five numbers selected. The lucky second-prize winning tickets were sold at: 

  • Hudson News at 628 8th Avenue in Manhattan • Chunnu News at 700 3rd Avenue in Manhattan 
  • Kwik Fill at 3724 Harlem & Cleveland in Cheektowaga 

In addition to the three second prize winners, thirty-two lucky New Yorkers won the $50,000 third prize by matching the first four numbers drawn plus the Powerball. The lucky third-prize winning tickets were sold at: 

    NYC Metro Area: 

  • Century Pharmacy at 302a Grand Street in Manhattan 
  • Jyotindra A Patel at 112 W 47th Street in Manhattan 
  • Amazing Store & Smoke Shop at 1728 2nd Avenue in Manhattan 
  • Unionport Candy at 1541 Unionport Road in the Bronx 
  • Empire State Gourmet Deli at 5800 Mosholu Avenue in the Bronx 
  • Isha Card Shop at 111-20 Flatlands Avenue in Brooklyn 
  • Late Night Stars Deli at 357 Graham Avenue in Brooklyn 
  • Madhu Grocery at 34-04 Broadway in Astoria 
  • Sandwich King at 146-25 Northern Boulevard in Flushing 
  • JC Woodhaven Food Market at 62-02 Woodhaven Boulevard in Rego Park 
  • Mercado's Grocery at 123-18 Jamaica Avenue in Richmond Hill 
  • United Grocery at 196-16 120th Avenue in Saint Albans 
  • Shuma Dollar Store at 232-07 Merrick Boulevard in Springfield Gardens
  • N&M Grocery Deli at 202 Simonson Avenue in Staten Island

     Long Island: 

  • Shri Hari USA at 124 Plandome Road in Manhasset 
  • Commack South Stationery at 22 Vanderbilt Motor Parkway in Commack 
  • GMS Grocery at 300 Front Street in Greenport 
  • Neighborhood Country Deli at 73 Whittier Drive in Mastic Beach 
  • The Corner Store at 84 Echo Avenue in Miller Place 
  • 7-Eleven at 4490 Sunrise Highway in Oakdale 
  • Mr Tobacco at 17 Singer Lane in Smithtown 
  • Scotty's Pub at 227 Montauk Highway in West Sayville 

    Buffalo Area: 

  • 7-Eleven at 1650 Kensington in Buffalo 
  • Tops Markets at 3201 Southwestern Boulevard in Orchard Park 
  • T & C Delicatessen at 43-02 48th Avenue in Woodside 


  • Wegmans at 3177 Latta Road in Rochester 
  • PPOZ Supermarkets at 109 W Main Street in Sodus 

    Capital Region: 

  • Stewart's Shops at 87 West Avenue in Saratoga Springs 
  • Stewart's Shops at 43 Bluebird Road in South Glens Falls 


  • Wally's Market at 1601 West Street in Utica 

    North Country: 

  • Sunoco at 23100 Bradley Street in Watertown 
  • Price Chopper at 152 Harte Haven Plaza in Massena 

The winning numbers for the August 23 Powerball Drawing were: 06 – 07 – 16 – 23 – 26 and Powerball (04). 

Powerball costs $2 per game to play. To play Powerball, players choose five numbers from a field of 1 to 69 plus one Powerball number from a separate field of 1 to 26. 

Winning Powerball tickets at all prize levels may be cashed up to one year from the date of the drawing. 

About the New York Lottery 

The New York Lottery continues to be North America’s largest and most profitable Lottery, contributing $3.27 billion in fiscal year 2016-2017 to help support education in New York State. The Lottery’s contribution represents approximately 14 percent of total state education aid to local school districts. 

New York Lottery revenue is distributed to local school districts by the same statutory formula used to distribute other state aid to education. It takes into account both a school district’s size and its income level; larger, lower-income school districts receive proportionately larger shares of Lottery school funding.

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