For the sixth time, a Tennessee Lottery player has won a Powerball jackpot. The $420.9 million dollar ticket was bought in Lafayette, Tenn., in Macon County. The winner hasn't come forward to claim the prize, yet.
It's the second largest overall prize for the Tennessee Lottery behind the Munford family who won $528.8 million in January. They split the record $1.58 billion jackpot with winners in two other states.
The ticket sold in Lafayette matched all six Powerball numbers drawn Sat., Nov. 26, and it's also the 200th ticket sold by the Tennessee Lottery worth $1 million or more.
The Tennessee Lottery advises the ticket-holder to sign the back of the ticket and keep it in a secure location. Officials also say the winner should call a financial advisor before claiming the prize.
The winner has 180 days from the date of the drawing to go to the Lottery's headquarters in Nashville to claim the jackpot.