Powerball Jackpot Hits $1.9 Billion After No Winner; 3 California Tickets Match 5 Numbers!
The multi-state Powerball lottery’s most recent drawing had no tickets sold with all six numbers, and the anticipated prize for Monday’s drawing is expected to rise to $1.9 billion, making it the biggest lottery payout in American history once more.
The California Lottery revealed on Sunday that a ticket with five numbers but no Powerball was purchased at a drugstore in Encinitas and is now worth $1,120,390. Two additional California tickets were sold with five numbers but no Powerball, one each in Susanville in northeastern California and a gas station in San Leandro in the East Bay of the San Francisco Bay Area.
They are valued at $1,120,390 as well. According to California law, substantial lottery payouts must be made on a parimutuel basis. The total number of tickets missing the Powerball number but having five other numbers was not disclosed. You may also read other trending news, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown.
On Saturday, the numbers 28, 45, 53, 56, 69, and the Powerball number 20 were drawn. The $1.6 billion jackpot made it the greatest lottery prize in American history. It tied the record set in 2021 as the 40th drawing in a row without a top prize winner.
The Powerball jackpot has ballooned to a record $1.9 billion, with a cash payout option of $929.1 million. But how do you play? And where do you buy a ticket? Here’s what you need to know. https://t.co/sFY1rZWEyL
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Since August 3, no tickets with all six numbers have been sold. According to the Multi-State Lottery Association, there is a 1 in 292.2 million chance of matching all five numbers and the Powerball number. In 45 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the United States, the Powerball lottery is played. Caribbean islands.