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Arkansas woman wins $2M on Arkansas Lottery scratch-off ticket

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(KATV) Linda Newsom of Mayflower bought a lottery scratch off ticket at the Quick Mart in Mayflower. The $20 Gold Rush scratch off ticket was a 2 million dollar winner.

As of March 25:

The Powerball estimated jackpot is $40 million. A drawing is held for Powerball every Wednesday and Saturday. The jackpot starts at $40 million. Each Powerball play is $2. For an additional dollar, you can add the PowerPlay option to increase non-jackpot winnings by as much as a million dollars. Channel Seven displays the winning numbers at the beginning of the newscast.

Mega Millions estimated jackpot is $26 million. This multi-state jackpot game is held every Tuesday and Friday. The jackpot starts at $12 million and grows until someone wins. Channel Seven displays the winning numbers at the beginning of the newscast.

Natural State Jackpot is $235,000. The Natural State Jackpot (NSJ) is a drawing game exclusive to the state of Arkansas. There is a drawing Monday through Saturday at 8 p.m. The jackpot prize starts at $25,000 and increases by $5,000 every draw until the jackpot is won. Each play is $1.

Arkansas 50/50 is $3,807. This is a raffle-style draw game exclusive to the Natural State. Sales begin on the first of every month and end on the last day of every month. The drawing is held the first Tuesday of each month.

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