TOPEKA, Kan. — A winning lottery ticket drawn in Northeast Kansas remains unclaimed two days after being drawn.

The grand prize jackpot for $92,900,000 drawn on Saturday, Nov. 19 has yet to be claimed, according to Cory Thone with the Kansas Lottery.

This was the first time the Powerball jackpot had been hit in Kansas since 2012 in Shawnee.

This ticket is just one of many unclaimed prizes through the Kansas Lottery. According to their website, there are dozens of unclaimed prizes ranging from just a few thousand to amounts over $50,000. Winners have one calendar year to claim their prizes.

The Powerball jackpot ticket was sold in one of the following counties, according to the Kansas Lottery:

  • Johnson
  • Wyandotte
  • Leavenworth
  • Douglas
  • Franklin
  • Miami
  • Atchison
  • Marshall
  • Nemaha
  • Brown
  • Doniphan
  • Riley
  • Pottawatomie
  • Jackson
  • Geary
  • Wabaunsee
  • Shawnee
  • Jefferson
  • Osage
  • Morris
  • Northern Lyon County

Winners have the option of remaining anonymous when claiming their lottery wins. The Kansas Lottery says this prevents the store that the winning ticket was sold in being announced until after the prize is claimed for security purposes. The retailer that sold the winning ticket is eligible for a selling bonus.

The Kansas Lottery reports that some winners wait to claim their prizes so that there won’t be as much publicity. The Powerball Jackpot will start over with a new drawing on Monday night at $20 million.

See the full list of unclaimed winning tickets in Kansas, here.

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