Krauszer's in Guilford sold an unclaimed $2M powerball ticket on May 25

Powerball tickets worth $2 million were sold at Krauszer's Food Store in Guilford, Connecticut, on May 25 and have yet to be claimed, according to the Connecticut Lottery.

According to the Connecticut Lottery, the winning ticket's numbers are 19-28-39-42-57-17.

According to Connecticut Lottery claim guidelines, the winner must make a claim on or before the ticket's expiry date, which is 180 days after the drawing.

A new one will be issued on Nov. 22. If you win more than $50,000, you must come to the Connecticut Lottery's Rocky Hill offices to receive your award.

As part of "Powerball," a prize of at least $20 million, the winning ticket was purchased.

Every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 11 p.m., the Powerball lottery is drawn. According to the Connecticut Lottery's website, each stake on Powerball costs $2.

You may win $2 million by matching all five numbers with "Powerplay," or a $3 wager, which increases non-jackpot payouts by 2, 3, 4, 5, or 10 times.

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