Powerball (USA) Lottery Results & Winning Numbers
- Latest Powerball Winning Numbers & Jackpots
- Powerball Jackpot Trend
- Powerball Hot & Cold Numbers
- Powerball Quick Pick Numbers
- Powerball Prizes and Odds
- Powerball Power Play Multiplier Prizes
- Powerball Double Play Prizes and Odds
- Powerball Drawing Schedule
- 10 Biggest Powerball Winners and Jackpots
- Powerball Rules in the USA
- Advanced Draws
- USA Powerball Payout and Taxes
- Things to Know About Powerball in the USA
- FAQs Powerball
Latest Powerball Winning Numbers & Jackpots
|Powerball Draw Date||Winning numbers||Jackpot|
Wednesday Sep 27, 2023
USD 850 Million
Monday Sep 25, 2023
USD 785 Million
Saturday Sep 23, 2023
USD 750 Million
Wednesday Sep 20, 2023
USD 672 Million
Monday Sep 18, 2023
USD 638 Million
Saturday Sep 16, 2023
USD 596 Million
Wednesday Sep 13, 2023
USD 550 Million
Monday Sep 11, 2023
USD 522 Million
Saturday Sep 09, 2023
USD 500 Million
Wednesday Sep 06, 2023
USD 461 Million
Powerball Jackpot Trend
Powerball Hot & Cold Numbers
Powerball Quick Pick Numbers
Saturday, Sep 30, 2023
Powerball Prizes and Odds
The majority of experts estimate the Powerball winning odds to be 1 in 24,87. We cannot say the chances are extremely high, but prizes are drawn at 9 tiers.
|5+ Powerball||Jackpot||1 in 292,201,338 or 0,0000003|
|5||$1,000,000||1 in 11,688,053,52 or 0,000008|
|4+ Powerball||$50,000||1 in 913,129,18 or 0,0001|
|4||$100||1 in 36,525,17 or 0,003|
|3+ Powerball||$100||1 in 14,494,11 or 0,007|
|3||$7||1 in 579,76 or 0,17|
|2+ Powerball||$7||1 in 701,33 or 0,14|
|1+Powerball||$4||1 in 91,98 or 1,08|
|Powerball||$4||1 in 38,32 or 2,61|
Powerball Power Play Multiplier Prizes
You can turn to the Power Play option to multiply your winnings by 2–10 times. Try your luck if you are willing to pay an extra dollar, but remember that the jackpot does not fall under this option.
That is what you could win if you choose Power Play.
Powerball Power Play Odds
|Power Play Multiplier||2X||3X||4X||5X||10Х|
|Odds with 10x multiplier||1 in 1.79||1 in 3.31||1 in 14.33||1 in 21.5||1 in 43|
|Odds without 10x multiplier||1 in 1.75||1 in 3.23||1 in 14||1 in 21||N/A|
Powerball Double Play Prizes and Odds
You can compete for another jackpot of $10 million and get significantly more chances to become a millionaire. Pay $1 more and add the Double Play to your Powerball ticket. In this case, the picked numbers will be played again after the main draw.
|5+ Powerball||$10,000,000||1 in 292,201,338 or 0,0000003%|
|5||$500,000||1 in 11,688,053,52 or 0,000008%|
|4+ Powerball||$50,000||1 in 913,129,18 or 0,0001%|
|4||$500||1 in 36,525,17 or 0,003%|
|3+ Powerball||$500||1 in 14,494,11 or 0,007%|
|3||$20||1 in 579,76 or 0,17%|
|2+ Powerball||$20||1 in 701,33 or 0,14%|
|1+Powerball||$10||1 in 91,98 or 1,08%|
|Powerball||$7||1 in 38,32 or 2,61%|
Powerball Drawing Schedule
|Draw Time||10:59 p.m. (Eastern time zone)||10:59 p.m. (Eastern time zone)||10:59 p.m. (Eastern time zone)|
|Sales Stop||Varies from state to state|
10 Biggest Powerball Winners and Jackpots
|Unknown (the ticket was bought in California)||$2,04 Billion||10 33 41 47 56 10*||November 8, 2022|
|$1,586 Billion||8 27 34 4 19 10||January 13, 2016|
|Manuel Franco (Wisconsin)||$768.4 Million||16 20 37 44 62 12||March 27, 2019|
|Mavis L. Wanczyk (Massachusetts)||$758.7 Million||6 7 16 23 26 4||August 23, 2017|
|Unknown (the ticket was bought in Maryland)||$730 Million||40 53 60 68 69 22||January 20, 2021|
|Unknown (the ticket was bought in California)||$699,8 Million||12 22 54 66 60 15||October 4, 2021|
|$687,8 Million||8 12 13 19 27 4||October 27, 2018|
|Unknown (tickets bought in Wisconsin and California)||$632,6 Million||6 14 25 33 46 17||January 05, 2022|
|Gloria Mackenzie (Florida)||$590,5 Million||22 10 13 14 52 11||May 18, 2013|
|$587,5 Million||5 23 16 22 29 6||November 28, 2012|
Powerball Rules in the USA
Powerball is a lottery with a long, long history. This game has the same popularity as the famous MegaMillions (read about the differences between MegaMillions Vs. Powerball). It was launched for the first time in February 1988 and referred to as the “US Powerball Double Drums.” It became the first lottery game where two drums were used to raise the jackpot odds. In April 1992, the name was changed. Since then, everyone’s favorite lottery has been called the Powerball.
There are several key features that are typical of the lottery:
- The number of participating states is 45 plus D.C., Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
- The minimum age for players to take part is 18. However, in Nebraska, you must be over 19 years old, while in Louisiana, Iowa, and Arizona, the minimum age is 21.
- You can participate even if you are overseas.
- The minimum advertised Powerball jackpot is $20 million.
- Since April 2021, all tickets have included the Power Play option.
- A 10x multiplier in Power Play is not available at jackpots higher than $150 million.
- You can purchase the tickets at lottery agents, gas stations, grocery stores, and other stores all across the country. Besides, they are available online.
- There are a large number of Powerball (USA) syndicates that offer an improved chance of winning the prize.
Follow the rules to play Powerball:
- Choose 5 main numbers ranging from 1 to 69.
- Then pick your Powerball number, choosing between 1 and 26.
- Apply for the Quick Pick option if you want the numbers to be selected randomly.
- Add Power Play and Double Play if you like.
Powerball draws take place three times a week at Florida Lottery Headquarters in Tallahassee. The results are available online on this page or on TV right after the draw.
There is a limit for the tickets purchased in advance in each participating state. Florida and South Carolina offer the best deal, with a maximum of 52 tickets for buying beforehand, while the limit in New Jersey is just 8. Anyway, check the lottery rules in your jurisdiction or consult the lottery provider in your area.
USA Powerball Payout and Taxes
The claim period for the Powerball prizes lies between 90 and 365 days, varying from state to state. You can check the back of your ticket. This information is often noted there. However, if you were extremely lucky to hit the jackpot, you would have just 60 days to choose between a lump sum and an annuity payment.
The rules for receiving prizes are rather simple.
|Prize||How to get your prize in cash|
|$1 – $599||Visit the retailer where you bought your winning ticket. You may also mail it or download it from the lottery site to request your amount.|
|$600+||Claim centers, as well as local district offices and headquarters, redeem prizes over $600. Some states may do it by mail, so check it out for your metro area if you are interested.|
|Jackpot||First-prize winners are to get their jackpot at their state lottery headquarters. Before that, they must choose how the amount should be redeemed. This could be a lump sum of cash or a graduated annuity with 30 annual payments.|
The Powerball prizes are taxed, so get ready to make some compulsory payments.
You don’t need to pay if you win less than $600. Up to $5,000 must be reported to the Inland Revenue Service. Every prize over $5,000 is subject to federal taxation at a rate of 25%, but jackpot winners pay 39.6% of that.
As for state taxation, it depends on the metro area where you have played. The players from some states, including California, New Hampshire, Texas, and Washington, pay no state tax at all, while other metro areas set their own percentage between 2,9% and 8,82%. Besides, there are some special taxes in several locations:
- 5-20% for Puerto Rico
- 3,8% municipal tax for New York
You may also consult the Powerball payout and tax calculator to learn more about all the taxes and deductions.
Things to Know About Powerball in the USA
- The ticket costs $2. Tickets for Powerball with Power Play cost $3 per play.
- You must be over 18 to take part in the lottery, but in some states, you should be even older.
- The Powerball lottery has nine different prize tiers.
- The Power Play option has now been added to all entries.
- You may try your luck on lottery agent websites if you play from abroad or from a non-participating state. Just look at the list of the best online lottery sites and make your choice!
- The lottery belongs to the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL).
- The main balls for the game are white, while the Powerballs are red.
- Steve Caputo and Dr. Edward J. Stanek are the founders of Powerball.
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