Who is going to be country’s next multimillionaire? But, No ticket won the Powerball Jackpot of $550m as lottery officials stated and so Lotter Fever captured the US citizens once again. The next drawing scheduled for Saturday night.
The prize money grew to an estimated $625m.
This will be the eighth-largest Powerball prize in the US history if anybody wins the lottery Powerball Jackpot. He will get a lump sum of $335m before taxes or receive the prize money in annuity payments.
44 tickets held the right numbers to win a $50,000 prize. Powerball is played in 44 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Tickets cost $2 each and Drawings are held every Wednesday and Saturday at 8 p.m. Pacific Time.
The winning numbers announced by the California Lottery, were White: 10, 14, 50, 53, 63 and Red Powerball 21, Powerball multiplier 2x. Four tickets matched all five white balls but missed matching the red Powerball to win a $1 million prize each. They were sold in Florida, Kentucky, New Jersey and South Carolina.
In fact, No one has got the Powerball jackpot since December 26, 2018. Lotto fever captures the country several times a year. The Mega Millions grand prize hit $1.5 billion in October which was claimed by a woman from South Carolina anonymously earlier this month.
Winners typically have 90 days to one year to claim their prize, depending on the selling jurisdiction. Expiration dates are printed on the back of tickets.
The Powerball jackpot for Saturday’s (20 April 2019) drawing is worth an estimated $136 million with a cash option of $83.6 million.
The winning numbers were:
3, 27, 30, 63, 65.
It’s been more than three weeks since someone who bought a lucky Powerball Jackpot ticket in New Berlin.
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