Powerball Lottery: Did You Win Wednesday’s $ 550M Powerball Fee? Winning Numbers, Live Results (1/13/2021)
The Arsenal The jackpot for Wednesday the lottery The draw jumped to an estimated $ 550 million with a cash option of $ 411.4 million – potentially making it the 12th largest in US lottery history.
The winning numbers were: 4, 19, 23, 25 and 49. The powerball drawn was 14 with a power ball of 2X.
The The jackpot It hasn’t been won since September 16, when someone who bought a ticket at Ballston Spa, New York, took home a $ 94.6 million prize. Since then, 33 drawings have been made without a jackpot winner.
Nobody won Saturday’s $ 470 million grand prize, despite second prize tickets sold in Florida and Pennsylvania. Each ticket matches five numbers but not a Powerball and is worth $ 1 million.
In New Jersey, four tickets to the third prize matched to the four numbers were purchased plus a powerball. The ticket sold at 7-Eleven on Main Avenue in Clifton was worth $ 100,000 because the buyer spent an additional $ 1 for the Power Play option. New Jersey Lottery Officials said.
Three other tickets purchased at the following sites have an estimated value of $ 50,000 apiece:
- Mini Foods Mart on Danforth Street in Jersey City
- QuickChek at Union Avenue in Hazlet
- Utopia Deli & Catering on Warwick Turnpike at the Hewitt division of West Milford
Winning numbers on Saturday It was: 14, 26, 38, 45 And the 46. The Powerball was pulled 13 With the power of play 2x.
The odds of winning the grand prize are 292,201,388 to 1. The player who buys a $ 2 ticket has one chance in 11,688,053 to match five numbers and win at least $ 1 million, while the odds are 913,129 to 1 of winning the prize. The third of at least 50,000 dollars.
Powerball is played on Wednesdays and Saturdays in 45 states, Washington, DC, the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
The New Jersey Lottery The office at Lawrence is open by appointment only. Could you You are still claiming your profits Provided it is under $ 599.50 – in person at any retailer.
The lottery also accepts mailed claims, though officials caution against temporarily delaying payments. Winners are advised to make copies of the winning claim and ticket form for their records.
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