Unclaimed $50,000 Powerball ticket purchased in Green Bay expiringSubmitted: 07/01/2020
Unclaimed $50,000 Powerball ticket purchased in Green Bay expiring
Maya Reese
Maya Reese
Reporter/Digital Content Director

MADISON - A Powerball Lotto ticket worth $50,000 will go unclaimed if the winner does not come forward by the July 9, 2020 expiration date.

The winning ticket, from the January 11, 2020 drawing, was purchased at Main Street Mini Mart LLC (1698 Main St.) in Green Bay. This ticket may be claimed by mail or with an appointment only in-person visit to the Madison Lottery Office.

The months of May and June produced six $50,000 Wisconsin Powerball winners:
  • Brenda Kieper, of Pewaukee, claimed a $50,000 winning ticket for the May 2, 2020 draw. The ticket was purchased at Kwik Trip #969 in Waukesha.
  • Martha Stiebs, of Clintonville, claimed a $50,000 winning ticket for the May 16, 2020 draw. The ticket was purchased at Kwik Trip #792 of New London.
  • Donald Strunk, of Spooner, claimed a $50,000 winning ticket for the May 16, 2020 draw. The ticket was purchased at Schmitz's Econo Mart in Spooner.
  • Phillip Clark, of Mauston, claimed a $50,000 winning ticket for the May 20, 2020 draw. The ticket was purchased at the Camp Douglas BP in Camp Douglas.
  • Michael Leisher, of Beloit, claimed a $50,000 winning ticket for the May 30, 2020 draw. The ticket was purchased at the Stop-N-Go #262 in Beloit.
A winning ticket that is currently unclaimed was purchased for the June 27, 2020 draw at the Molter Family Market, LLC in Tomah.

The month of June also produced a $22 Million Powerball jackpot win in for Wisconsin. The ticket was purchased at the Synergy Coop Exit 45 in Menomonie.

Information on claiming prizes by mail can be found HERE. In-person redemption is currently available only at the Madison office with an appointment. Winners may call (608) 261-4916 to discuss available appointment times.

The odds of winning the $50,000 Powerball prize is 1 in 913,130. Powerball drawings are Wednesday and Saturday at 9:59 p.m. Tickets must be purchased before 9 p.m. on Wednesday and Saturday to be included in that day's drawing.

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