The Powerball Lottery Jackpot for the Saturday draw grew to $ 625 million, potentially seventh-largest jackpot in the history of the US lottery
The winning numbers are: 66, 52, 60, 24, 25 Powerball: 5 . Power Play: 3x.
The cash withdrawal option is worth about $ 380.6 million.
The Powerball Jackpot was last won by David Johnson, a 56-year-old supermarket worker from Brooklyn, New York. He won the $ 298.3 million jackpot on December 26th. He chose the cash option worth $ 180,227,550 and received $ 1
Since then, 24 two-week drawings have been conducted without a winner in the jackpot. 19659007] Powerball's explanation: From the big jackpot to 8 smaller awards
The winning numbers on Wednesday were 10, 14, 50, 53 and 63 . The downloaded Powerball is 21 with Powerplay from 2X .
Before winning the Johnson Jackpot Day after Christmas, no one has hit the biggest Powerball award since October 27th. when two ticket holders – one in New York and one in Iowa – split a jackpot of $ 687.8 million. Larry West, 51, from Redfield, Iowa and Robert Bailey of New York, won about $ 343.9 million. Both chose the cash option of about $ 198 million. After taxes, 67-year-old Bailey left with a check for $ 125 million.
The overall prize was the fourth largest jackpot in the history of the US lottery.
May 18 local Mal Ferry resident Tibe Suumi won the $ 315.3 million ticket with a ticket he bought at ShopRite in Hakenack. The 55-year-old father of two people said he had worked as a food importing accountant, but left his job after learning that he had hit the jackpot. This prize is the fourth-largest winner of the New Jersey lottery.
Earlier this month, a 54-year-old man living in Alpha, Warren County hit a $ 273 million Mega Millions drawing.
The Powerball Player To Score a $ 2 Ticket, there's a chance 1 at 11,888,053 to collect five numbers and win at least $ 1 million.
Powerball is played in 44 countries, Washington, USA, Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
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