The winning numbers were 13 - 19 - 21 - 28 - 49, PB 11, x2 PowerPlay.
Wagner drove to Little Rock with his father Buck Wagner today to cash his big ticket at the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery claim center in downtown.
Wagner paid an extra dollar for the PowerPlay option, which bumped his prize from $200,000 to $1 million when he matched all five white ball numbers.
Wagner told lottery officials he went to work this morning unaware he had the winning ticket. After his co-workers told him about the Tuckerman winning ticket, he immediately called his daughter at home and caught her before she left for work. She gave him the numbers on his ticket and then he called the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery I WON hotline.
Wagner said he knew by the second number that he was the big winner. He had planned to claim the prize Friday, but his co-workers pushed him out the door and sent him to Little Rock to cash in today.
When asked what he planned to do with his winnings, he said that he thought he saw a new truck on the horizon. But he made clear that his wife is an officer at Merchants and Planters Bank in Jackson County and that they are looking to multiply his winnings through wise investment. He has two children, ages 21 and 9.
Wagner's prize is the 10th time an Arkansas player has won $1 million or more since September 28, 2009, when the first ticket was sold.
The EZ Mart in Tuckerman will receive a selling bonus of $10,000 for the sale of the $1 million ticket.
Saturday night's Powerball jackpot will reach or exceed $180 Million.