Lottery Tennessee

In recent TN Lottery drawings, three Rutherford County residents have won big.

$50,000 Powerball Winner in Murfreesboro

A lucky Powerball player in Murfreesboro won $50,000 Sept 18 by matching four of the five white numbers drawn plus the red Powerball. The winning ticket was purchased at Kroger, 2449 Old Fort Pkwy. in Murfreesboro.

No information about the winner is available until the prize is claimed.

Smyrna Resident Wins $250,000 With a Non-Winning Ticket

The second time’s the charm for Cheryl Tipton of Smyrna, who won $250,000 by entering a non-winning instant ticket into a Tennessee Lottery “Play It Again!” drawing.

“Things like this don’t happen to me!” said Cheryl. “This is so unbelievable. I’ve worked so hard all my life, and this is such a blessing.”

Cheryl was one of 20 Play It Again! drawing winners who won cash prizes that ranged from $1,000 to $1 million. To “Play It Again,” players simply download the Lottery’s TN VIP app or visit to become a VIP Players Suite member (free). Once registered, players can scan non-winning instant tickets with the app or enter online. By entering tickets, VIP Members also receive points to enter drawings for cash, vehicles, popular merchandise and more.

See for a complete list of Play It Again! winners and to learn more.

About the Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation

$100,000 Powerball Winner in Murfreesboro

A lucky Powerball player in Murfreesboro won $100,000 August 24 by matching four white ball numbers plus the red Powerball. Since the player added the Power Play feature for an extra dollar, the base prize of $50,000 was multiplied by two, which was the Power Play number.

The Powerball ticket was purchased at Lopez One Stop Market, 106 Veterans Pkwy. in Murfreesboro.

No additional information is available until the prizes are claimed.

About the TN Lottery
The Tennessee Education Lottery Corporation operates entirely from the revenue it generates through the sale of its products. Since January 20, 2004, the Lottery has raised more than $5 billion to fund designated education programs, including after-school programs, college grants and scholarships and Drive to 55 initiatives.

In addition to the educational beneficiaries, players have won more than $13.8 billion in prizes and Lottery retailers have earned more than $1.3 billion in retailer commissions.

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