$2.1 million lottery ticket sold at metro Phoenix grocery store
PHOENIX — Check your lottery numbers because a ticket worth $2.1 million was sold Saturday at a metro Phoenix grocery store and has yet to be claimed.
The jackpot ticket for The Pick was sold at the Albertsons near Baseline and Ellsworth roads in Mesa.
The winning numbers were 4, 6, 22, 35, 42 and 44.
The Pick tickets cost $1 each and pay out for matching at least three numbers.
A jackpot occurs when a player matches all six numbers.
Nonjackpot prizes are normally $3, $50 and $2000. The odds of winning a jackpot are 1 in 7,059,052.
The ticket’s owner has until April 8 — or 180 days from the date of the drawing — to claim the prize.
Several other Arizona lottery tickets remain unclaimed, including a Fantasy 5 jackpot worth $83,000 that was sold Saturday at a gas station in Gila Bend.