Winning $400 Million Lottery Ticket Sold in South Carolina

In town of Lexington


A single winning ticket was sold for the $400 million Powerball drawn Wednesday night — one of the biggest prizes in the multi-state game ever, lottery officials announced early Thursday.

The one grand prize winner was purchased at a Murphy USA convenience store in Lexington, S.C., with the numbers 7, 10, 22, 32, 35 and a Powerball of 19. 

The ticket holder can claim an annuity valued at almost $400 million—$13 million for the next 29 years—or take a lump sum in cash of $223 million — about $134 million after taxes, officials said.