Someone in South Jersey is about to become an instant millionaire thanks to a winning Powerball ticket worth one million dollars.

The winning numbers for the Wednesday, April 28th drawing were: 16, 18, 35, 39, and 53. The Red PowerBall number was 21 and the Multiplier number was 03 according to the New Jersey Lottery Website.

The winning million-dollar ticket which matched five of the five white balls for the $1,000,000 second-tier prize was sold at Township News Center located on Mt. Holly Road in Burlington.

Recently, three people were able to make a huge deposit in their bank account thanks to a winning $275K Jersey Cash 5 ticket. The winning ticket was sold at the Jersey Bagel & Food Mart on Sicklerville Road in Sicklerville, 7-Eleven on Lakeshore Road in Brick, and a Sunoco gas station located in Jersey City.

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A winning Jersey Cash 5 ticket, worth $926,371 was sold at the ACME in Brigantine located on Harbor Beach Boulevard.

Wawa has been a lucky source for recent lottery winners.  Looks like two people in South Jersey are about to become richer thanks to two lucky Mega Millions tickets each worth $10,000 dollars. The first winning Mega Millions ticket according to the website was sold at the Wawa on the N. White Horse Pike in Somerdale in Camden County.

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