RICHMOND, Va. -- No Powerball tickets sold in Virginia won Wednesday's $1.5 billion jackpot. However two Powerball tickets sold in Virginia matched enough numbers to win a $1 million prize. Those $1 million tickets were sold in Salem and Virginia Beach, lottery officials confirmed.
"In last night's drawing alone, more than 700,000 Powerball tickets bought in Virginia won prizes. That includes two tickets that each won $1 million, four tickets that each won $100,000 and 20 tickets that each won $50,000," Virginia Lottery officials said. "If you add up all the winning tickets in Virginia for the January 13 Powerball drawing, it comes to nearly $7 million in prizes."
Here’s where all of those winning tickets were bought:
$1 million winners:
• 7-Eleven, 2093 Lynnhavern Parkway, Virginia Beach
• 7-Eleven, 2035 Roanoke Blvd., Salem
• Wawa, 15 Eustace Road, Stafford
• 7-Eleven, 814 Baker Road, Virginia Beach
• Ruther Glen Exxon Pit Stop, 24270 Rogers Clark Blvd., Ruther Glen
• 7-Eleven, 4718 Jeff Davis Highway, Richmond
• Manassas Mall Exxon, 8289 Sudley Road, Manassas
• 7-Eleven, 1700 Independence Blvd., Virginia Beach
• 7-Eleven, 2444 Nimmo Parkway, Virginia Beach
• 7-Eleven, 1115 Colonial Avenue, Norfolk
• Minit Mart Food Store, 1120 Courthouse Road, Richmond
• 7-Eleven, 15621 Jeff Davis Highway, Woodbridge
• Schmitz Exxon One Loudoun, 44680 Wellfleet Drive, Ashburn
• 7-Eleven, 2475 East Little Creek Road, Norfolk
• 7-Eleven, 1729 Military Highway South, Chesapeake
• 7-Eleven, 2256 Red Tide Road, Virginia Beach
• Fas Mart, 409 Quillen Avenue, SE, Coeburg
• 7-Eleven, 242 South Battlefield Blvd., Chesapeake
• 7-Eleven, 9402 Richmond Highway, Lorton
• 7-Eleven, 13940 Jeff Davis Highway, Woodbridge
• Super Giant, 5701 Plank Road, Fredericksburg
• Food Lion, 260 Remount Road, Front Royal
• Summer Shop, 2210 Electric Road, Roanoke
• Happy Shopper, 1116 Big Bethel Road, Hampton
• La Bodega Supermarket, 6170 Arlington Blvd., Falls Church
• 7-Eleven, 320 North Arch Road, Richmond
As for the $1.5 billion Powerball jackpot -- the largest lottery prize in history -- will be split at least three ways. The winning tickets were sold in Chino Hills, California; Munford, Tennessee; and in Melbourne Beach, Florida, according to state lottery officials.
The winning numbers were 08, 27, 34, 04 and 19, and the Powerball was 10.
The odds of winning the record jackpot were 1 in 292 million.
Balbir Atwal, owner of the 7-Eleven franchise in Chino Hills that sold one winning ticket, said it was "very exciting."
"I didn't expect this big crowd but my Chino Hills customers love me, and I love them," he said. Atwal, who has owned the store for 24 years, will receive a $1 million bonus for selling the winning ticket.
The winning ticket in Florida was sold at a Publix Supermarket.
Leading into Wednesday, there had been 19 consecutive Powerball drawings with no winner. As ticket sales soared, so did the jackpot's value. Two weeks ago the grand prize was a mere $400 million.
Powerball players spent an estimated $2.6 billion on tickets since the last jackpot was claimed in November. To win the grand prize, the ticket must match all five numbers (in any order) and the red Powerball number.
The prize money will be split evenly among the lucky ticket holders, each of whom will face a massive tax bill. The winners will be able to select payments made over 30 years, or take a smaller, up-front lump sum.
The cash value, or lump sum total, of Wednesday's jackpot was $929.9 million.
The previous record U.S. lottery jackpot was a Mega Millions game in March 2012 that paid out $656 million.
Lottery officials and experts recommend that winners assemble a team of financial professionals before claiming the prize.
They also say winners should try to stay anonymous. There are a few states that don't release the names of lottery winners. Otherwise, a winner could create a trust that can claim the prize to stay under the radar.
The next Powerball drawing, scheduled for Saturday, has a jackpot of just $40 million.
The CNN Wire contributed to this report.