Check your tickets. A winning Powerball game was sold at a supermarket in South Carolina

The winning ticket for Monday’s $215 million Powerball jackpot was sold in Florida, not South Carolina.

But someone who purchased a Powerball game at a convenience store in the Palmetto State will take home a big prize because they also purchased the Double Play option, South Carolina Education Lottery officials said in a news release Tuesday.

That addition, which cost an additional $1, resulted in a $50,000 jackpot for the person who purchased the Powerball ticket at an Ingles supermarket in the Upstate area, according to the release.

The five-digit winning ticket — one number not eligible to win the $10 million Double Play top prize — was sold at the Ingles at 5251 Calhoun Memorial Highway in Easley, officials said.

After Monday’s regular Powerball drawing, the Double Play drawing was held and according to the release, the ticket sold in South Carolina matched four white ball numbers and the red Powerball number.

The odds of matching four white ball numbers and the red Powerball number are 1 in 913,129, officials said.

The winning numbers in Monday’s Double Play drawing were 10, 56, 58, 59, 67 and Powerball: 20.

Double Play drawings will be held after the Powerball drawings and give ticket buyers another chance to match their numbers for a chance to win up to $10 million, officials said.

Now the search is on for the winner.

According to lottery officials, the winner has 180 days to claim the prize.

The winner is allowed to retain some privacy, as South Carolina is one of 11 states – along with Arizona, Delaware, Georgia, Kansas, Maryland, New Jersey, North Dakota, Ohio, Texas and Virginia – where lottery winners can remain anonymous. .

“Sign the back of your ticket and keep it in a safe place until you are ready to come forward to claim the prize,” lottery officials said.

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When the ticket is claimed, the Upstate supermarket is expected to receive a commission for sales of the winning game.

Because there was a grand prize winner Monday, the jackpot for Wednesday’s Powerball drawing will be reset at $20 million, officials said.

Anyone wishing to purchase a ticket must make a purchase by Wednesday 9:59 PM for the 10:59 PM drawing. Tickets cost $2, and may cost more with additional options.

The odds of winning Powerball’s top prize are 1 in 293 million.