13 things that are more likely to happen than winning a Powerball jackpot
Hoping to win the Powerball jackpot? Here are 13 things that are more likely to happen than becoming an instant millionaire.
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the Arsenal The lottery jackpot continues to climb after no one matched all six numbers Monday night and remains in fourth place on the all-time top 10 Powerball jackpots list.
Get your tickets And let’s see if you are the newest millionaire in the game.
Here are the numbers For Wednesday, September 27, the Powerball jackpot is $850 million with a cash option of $397.4 million.
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Powerball winning numbers 9/27/23
The winning numbers for Wednesday night’s drawing were 1, 7, 46, 47, 63, and the Powerball was 7. The Power Play was 3X.
Did anyone win the Powerball last night, Wednesday, September 27, 2023?
No one matched all six numbers to win the Powerball jackpot.
Four tickets matched all five numbers except the $1 million Powerball ticket. Purchased in California, Kansas, Maryland and New York.
Double play The numbers are 10, 25, 51, 52, 63, and the Powerball is 1.
No one matched all six numbers, and no ticket matched all five numbers except the $500,000 Powerball ticket.
Powerball winner? Close your ticket and go hide. What do you know if you win the jackpot?
How many Powerball lottery numbers do you need to win the prize?
You only need to match one number in Powerball to win the prize. However, that number should be a $4 Powerball.
What do I do if I get two lottery numbers in Powerball?
Matching two numbers will not win anything in Powerball unless one of the numbers is a Powerball. A ticket matching one of the five numbers and the Powerball is also worth $4.
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When is the next Powerball drawing?
Saturday’s Powerball jackpot has risen to an estimated $925 million with a cash option of $432.4 million, according to powerball.com.
Drawings are held three times a week at approximately 10:59 PM ET every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.
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Mega Millions Lottery Draw
the Huge millions The jackpot took another leap forward after no one matched all six numbers Tuesday night. the The current jackpot is Mega Millions He is valued at $267 million, with a $123.6 million cash option.
Powerball jackpot winners
Below is the list of 2023 grand prize winners, according to powerball.com:
Results of the top 10 Powerball lottery prizes
Here are the 10 best Powerball jackpots of all time, according to powerball.com:
- $2.04 billion – November 7, 2022; California.
- $1.586 billion – January 13, 2016; California, Florida, Tennessee.
- $1.08 billion – July 19, 2023; California.
- $925.0 million – September 30, 2023; To be determined later.
- $768.4 million – March 27, 2019; wisconsin.
- $758.7 million – August 23, 2017; Massachusetts.
- $754.6 million – February 6, 2023; Washington.
- $731.1 million – January 20, 2021; Maryland.
- $699.8 million – October 4, 2021; California.
- $687.8 million – October 27, 2018; Iowa, New York.
Powerball numbers: Powerball winning numbers for Monday, September 25, 2023. Lottery jackpot of $835 million
Results of the top 10 US lottery prizes
Here are the nation’s top 10 all-time Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots, according to powerball.com:
- 2.04 billion dollars, Arsenal – November 7, 2022; California.
- 1.586 billion dollars, Arsenal — January 13, 2016; California, Florida, Tennessee.
- 1.58 million dollars, Huge millions – August 8, 2023; Florida.
- 1.537 billion dollars, Huge millions — October 23, 2018; South Carolina.
- 1.35 billion dollars, Huge millions – January 13, 2023; who.
- 1.337 billion dollars, Huge millions – July 29, 2022; illinois.
- 1.08 billion dollars, Arsenal – July 19, 2023; California.
- 1.05 billion dollars, Huge millions – January 22, 2021; Michigan.
- $925.0 million, Arsenal – September 27, 2023; To be determined later.
- $768.4 million Arsenal – March 27, 2019; wisconsin.
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