lottery ticket sold at Fast Market in Peoria

A $100,000 winning lottery ticket sold at Fast Market in Peoria has not been claimed. 

Those who purchased Powerball tickets at Fast Market in Peoria might want to check pockets, wallets and purses, as a $100,000 winning ticket was sold there.

But the Lottery does not deliver. The person who purchased the winning ticket must claim it by June 22 to collect.

According to the Arizona Lottery, the ticket was purchased before the Dec. 25 drawing at Fast Market, 6701 W. Olive Avenue, Peoria.

The ticket matched four numbers, plus the red Powerball number to win $50,000. The winner also added Powerplay to their ticket at purchase for $1, doubling the winnings to $100,000.

The Dec. 25 winning numbers were 02-04-16-30-46-20. The winner has until June 22 to claim the prize.

A $14.6 million winning Arizona Lottery ticket was sold at a Circle K in Goodyear last spring. It was not claimed.

According to the Arizona Lottery website, “Prizes of $600 or more must be claimed at the Phoenix and Tucson Lottery Offices. You can also claim tickets by completing a claim form and mailing them to our office.”

For more information, visit arizonalottery.com.