Winner of Unclaimed $63 Million California Lottery Jackpot Running Out of Time

Time's running out for one lucky Californian to get "super" rich. The Golden State is set to expire a $63 million dollar payout that has gone unclaimed for nearly half a year.

The "SuperLotto Plus" ticket was sold on August 8 at a 7-Eleven in Chatsworth, California. The numbers are 46-1-33-30-16 and a Mega ball number of 24.

If the prize remains unclaimed by Feb. 4, it will be the largest amount to go unclaimed in the state of California, shattering a previous record of $28.5 million.

According to Alex Traverso, a spokesperson for the California lottery, the grand prize was still unclaimed as of Feb. 1.

Meanwhile, in addition to the quickly approaching deadline for that prize, a California Powerball winner — one of three across the country — has yet to reveal their identity, after a historic jackpot of 1.6 billion on January 15.

A winning ticket holder in Florida also remains anonymous.

A third winning ticket for the billion dollar jackpot was owned by a Tennessee family who announced their win on the TODAY Show in January.

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The Powerball ticket holders have 180 days to claim the prize before it is redirected by the respective state lottery.

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As for the winner of the SuperLotto Plus prize, time is no longer on their side, and according to a press release from the California State Lottery, "If no one comes forward before the deadline [on Feb. 4], this prize will be redirected to support California public schools."