New Jersey's lottery winning streak continues for 2021. South Jersey got in on the lottery winnings thanks to a lucky Powerball ticket worth $50,000.

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The winning Powerball ticket matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball which was good for a third place prize of $50,000, according to the NJ Lottery website.

The winning ticket was sold at the ShopRite of Delran located on Fairview Blvd, Delran in Burlington County. The winning numbers for the Saturday, February 20th Powerball jackpot were: 04, 08, 22, 32, and 58. The Red Power Ball was 04 and the Multiplier number was 10. 

Another big jackpot was scored in South Jersey thanks to a Jersey Cash 5 ticket which was sold at a Sunoco gas station in Cumberland County. The winning numbers from the Friday February 19th jackpot were: 04, 06, 14, 17, and 23 and the XTRA number was 05.

One of the biggest Jersey Cash 5 jackpots was won by a lucky South Jersey lottery player at the beginning of the month. One winning ticket good for over $461,000 was sold at Garden State News convenience store located on Atco Avenue, Atco in Camden County.

Another lucky lottery player will now be taking home one thousand dollars a week for life thanks to a Cash4Life ticket also sold in South Jersey earlier this year. That sounds like an awesome second-prize to me. I would love to score a ticket that would pay me $1,000 a week for the rest of my life. The winning ticket was sold at One Stop Shoppe convenience store on Eayrestown Road in Lumberton in Burlington County.

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