Washington: A single Powerball jackpot ticket that was sold in New Jersey has been declared the winner of 338.3-million-dollar jackpot after matching all six numbers in Saturday night's drawing, according to lottery officials.

The officials said that thirteen other tickets, which matched five numbers but were, missing the Powerball, would earn a payout of 1 million dollars each, media reported. These tickets were sold in New Jersey, Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, North Carolina, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Virginia.

The officials said that there was one Power Play Match 5 winning ticket sold in Iowa, which is worth 2 million dollars. The winning numbers were 17, 29, 31, 52, 53 and Powerball 31 and if the winner chooses to take the lump sum payout, he or she will receive 221 million dollars.

The New Jersey State Lottery said details about the winning ticket will be revealed Monday. According to the Powerball website, the new jackpot has been reset to 40 million dollars.

The jackpot was the sixth largest in history.

(Agencies)

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