The chase for Powerball’s latest monster jackpot has ended in California.
Monday night’s $699.8 million jackpot, the seventh largest in US lottery history, had one winning ticket – sold at a grocery store in the coastal city of Morro Bay, the California Lottery said.
The winning numbers were 12, 22, 54, 66, and 69, with a Powerball number of 15.
The jackpot has a lump-sum cash option of $496 million.
Tickets winning $1 million were sold in Arizona, Florida, Virginia and Massachusetts, with two sold in the latter state, Powerball said.
Also, a ticket sold in Tennessee matched the five white balls and included the Power Play feature, doubling the prize to $2 million, according to Powerball.
While the jackpot was the seventh-largest in US lottery history, it was the fifth-biggest prize for Powerball, according to its organizers.
CNN’s Carma Hassan contributed to this report.