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$2 Million Winning Lottery Ticket Sold at Food Bazaar on Northern Boulevard

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Feb. 6, 2020 By Kristen Torres

A Queens Food Bazaar sold a $2 million winning lottery ticket this week.

The Powerball ticket was snagged at a Long Island City Food Bazaar, located at 42-02 Northern Blvd. on Wednesday. The ticket, which is worth a guaranteed $2 million, is yet to be claimed, according to the New York State Gaming Commission.

Powerball winners are drawn every Wednesday and Saturday at 10:59 p.m.

The winning ticket is the third to be sold in the borough within the last seven days.

A winning Take 5 ticket worth almost $60,000 was sold at an Astoria Stop-N-Go, located 22-55 31st St., on Jan. 30. Another Take 5 ticket, worth nearly $65,000, was sold at Flor Azteca Deli & Grocery—located at 48-12 104th St.—in Corona on Feb. 1.

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