TRENTON (Feb. 4, 2019) – There were Three New Jersey Lottery tickets sold that matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball drawn for the Saturday, Feb. 2nd drawing winning the $50,000 third-tier prize. If those tickets had been purchased with the Power Play Multiplier option, they would have been worth $250,000. The winning tickets from Saturday night’s drawing were sold at the following locations:

• Middlesex County: Quick Chek #62, 317 Durham Ave., South Plainfield;

• Somerset County: Jersey Rica Deli, 856 Route 206 South, Hillsborough; and

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• Union County: 7-Eleven #27442, 500 Locust St., Roselle Park.

The winning numbers for the Saturday, Feb. 2nd drawing were: 10, 17, 18, 43 and 65. The Red Power Ball number was 13. The Multiplier number was 05. The Powerball jackpot rolls to $204,000,000 for the next drawing to be held Wednesday, Feb. 6th at 10:59 pm.

In addition to the third-tier prizewinning tickets sold, there were 30,676 New Jersey players who took home an estimated $203,564 in prizes ranging from $4 to $500, according to Lottery Acting Executive Director James Carey.

“Congratulations to all of the lottery players who purchased winning tickets and to the retailers that sold them,” said Carey. “I’d like to remind players to purchase their Powerball tickets with a winning attitude and add Power Play to the ticket purchase. Power Play doubles the second prize from one million dollars to two million dollars and multiplies all of the seven lower prize sets available in the game by the number drawn that evening. The jackpot prize is not multiplied.”

View all New Jersey Lottery game winning numbers and drawings for the Pick-3, Pick-4, Jersey Cash 5, Pick-6, CASH4LIFE and 5 Card Cash games on the Lottery website (www.NJLottery.com) or on the official Lottery Facebook

Page. Evening draws, with the exception of CASH4LIFE and 5 Card Cash, can be seen on WPIX-TV (PIX11) in New York and WPHL-TV (PHL17) in Philadelphia. Powerball and Mega Millions drawings can be seen on WABC-TV or WTXF stations.