Two million-dollar Powerball tickets were sold in Maryland last week, Lottery officials announced Monday.
One ticket came from a Giant supermarket in Baltimore County and the other came from Thunderhead Bowl and Grill in Carroll County, officials said. Each store will receive $2,500 for selling winning tickets.
The two winners -- who correctly had 3, 7, 21, 44 and 53 on their tickets but missed 16, the Power Ball number -- have 182 days to claim their prize.
Since no one hit the jackpot, the next drawing on Wednesday is now worth $260 million with a $161.1 million cash option.