The North Carolina Education Lottery is seeking the winner of more than $200,000 on a Cash 5 ticket that was sold in Gastonia.
The winner of the $200,700 Cash 5 payout has a week left to claim it. The ticket expires on Monday.
The winning ticket for the March 8 drawing was sold at the Circle K on South New Hope Road in Gastonia. The winning numbers in the drawing were 1-9-22-30-37.
Lottery officials ask those who play Cash 5 in Gastonia to check their tickets and make sure they don’t miss out, according to a news release.
Winners have 180 days to claim their prize after a drawing. Because the ticket expires on a Saturday, the winner has until 5 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 9, to bring the ticket to lottery headquarters in Raleigh, the release states.
This prize is half of a $401,400 jackpot. James Dickerson of Arden claimed his half on March 11.
Cash 5 is a statewide draw game that gives players the chance to win a jackpot every single night. Tickets cost $1 and players can buy tickets at most lottery retailers or through Online Play on the lottery’s website. Jackpots start at $100,000.