Meet the latest winners from your favorite lottery games. Remember, it only takes one ticket to win!

TN Lottery Winner Jack Canfield and son Todd

Jack Canfield / $1,000,000

July 5, 2018

NASHVILLE—After checking his Powerball numbers against those drawn on June 30, 2018, Jack Canfield of Maryville knew he had won a prize, but he wasn’t sure how much. He immediately called his son Todd, who did a quick internet search to find out. The result? A cool one-million dollars.

NC Lottery Powerball Winner Alonza Flynn

Alonza Flynn / $100,000

June 27, 2018

RALEIGH – A set of lucky numbers made up from the birthdays of his wife and kids won Alonza Flynn of Kannapolis a $100,000 Powerball prize.

Missouri Lottery Winner Linda Campbell

Linda Campbell / $50,000

June 27, 2018

MISSOURI - Linda Campbell enjoys a good deal. And on June 8, when she saw the Powerball one-day promotion for World Oceans Day, she decided to take part. She purchased a $10 Powerball ticket and received a free $2 Show Me Cash ticket. Her Powerball ticket ended up being worth $50,000.

“That promotion was the only reason I bought it. I am one of these ‘value’ people,” said the Ballwin resident. “And I like to play just for fun.”

TN Lottery Winner Mark Davis

Mark Davis / $100,000

June 21, 2018

NASHVILLE— Mark Davis arrived bright and early today at the Tennessee Lottery’s Knoxville claim office to collect the $100,000 prize he won last night playing Powerball. The Knoxville plumber was one of two lucky winners in Tennessee who won $100,000 each by matching four of the five white ball numbers drawn plus the red Powerball.

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Steven Nickell / $150.4 Million

June 20, 2018

Salem, Ore. (July 13, 2018) – Steven Nickell of Salem still can't believe the ticket he had in his wallet for two weeks was the $150.4 million Powerball jackpot winner.

Nickell purchased the ticket at the Circle K on Liberty Street in Salem, and said that he usually picks up tickets, then checks them when he goes to lunch. After he had a burger, he scanned his tickets and realized he needed to go to the Lottery headquarters – he thought he had won at least $600.

Missouri Lottery Winner Billy Eades

Billy Eades / $50,000

June 20, 2018

MISSOURI - Billy Eades buys six Powerball tickets each week – three for Wednesday night’s drawing and three for the Saturday night drawing. On June 2, the $12-a-week practice led the retiree to a $50,000 payout when he matched four out of five white-ball numbers and the Powerball number drawn. Eades purchased the winning ticket at QuikTrip, 1010 Armour Road, in North Kansas City.

Tennessee Lottery Winner Matthew Reed

Matthew Reed / $2,000,000

June 19, 2018

NASHVILLE — Twice was nice for a lucky Shelbyville man, who won big the second time he played Powerball. Matthew Reed, a cabinet maker, won a cool $2 million Saturday, June 16, 2018, playing the popular game.

Idaho Lottery Powerball Winner Michael Tran

Michael Tran / $2,000,300

June 12, 2018

BOISE, Idaho – After playing the same numbers regularly for the last eighteen years, Michael Tran’s persistence paid off when he claimed a $2,000,300 Powerball prize from last Saturday night’s draw from the Idaho Lottery this afternoon.

“I scanned the ticket with my phone last night and it said I had to contact the Lottery office,” Tran said about how he discovered he had the big winning ticket. “Then I checked the numbers for Saturday night and they looked very familiar!”

Maryland Lottery Winners Powerball 26

'Powerball 26' / $50,000

June 8, 2018

Baltimore – A group of friends that gathers often over coffee and Maryland Lottery tickets is still celebrating the $50,000 third-tier Powerball prize they won last month. Many members of the Maryland “Powerball 26” have played Powerball and Mega Millions together for 10 years.

The Harford County group “CEO,” Earl Marsh Jr., said he usually purchases their Powerball quick-pick tickets from a Lottery retailer other than their new lucky store, Royal Farms #70 in Joppa, Md.

Missouri Lottery Winner Matthew Britton

Matthew Britton / $50,000

June 7, 2018

Missouri - Matthew Britton said he never really played Powerball until the Mega Millions changes happened in October of last year. Now he plays both, depending on which jackpot is higher. And since Powerball’s jackpot was up to $280 million on May 17, he purchased a Powerball ticket using Quick Pick, leading him to a $50,000 win.