Powerball drawing for 01/13/21, Wednesday jackpot is $550 million
The Powerball jackpot for 01/13/21 is $550 million. The Wednesday night drawing will be shortly after 11 p.m.This page can be bookmarked and refreshed to see if you hold the winning numbers. Tonight's 01/13/21 Powerball jackpot is estimated at $550 million, with a cash option of $411.4 million. The jackpot could increase if sales further lottery projections, according to officials.
The winning numbers last Saturday (01/09/20) for the $470 million Powerball jackpot were: 14-26-38-45-46 with a Powerball of 13. The Power Play was 2x.There was no grand prize winner on Saturday, but there two tickets sold—one each in Florida and Pennsylvania—that matched all five white balls, and just missing out on the red Powerball, for the game's second prize of $1 million. Had they purchased the Power Play for an extra $1, their second prize would be worth $2 million.
A Powerball ticket purchased near Lafayette, Louisiana, in February 2020.Photo by Scott McDonald/NewsweekThe last winning Powerball ticket was sold on August 12, 2020 for a jackpot worth $169 million. That ticket was sold in Florida.Normally, the game would reset to a $40 million minimum, but the COVID-19 pandemic forced Powerball officials to cut the minimum jackpot in half, which began with the 04/11/20 jackpot. headtopics.com
The previous winning ticket was sold on June 10, 2020. The previous winning ticket sold was purchased in New Jersey for the 04/08/20 jackpot worth $190 million. The previous grand prize won before that was $70 million in the 02/12/20 drawing with a ticket purchased in Michigan. The grand prize winner before that was on 01/29/20. That ticket was sold at a 7-Eleven store in Bonita Springs, Florida, for the $394 million grand prize, which had a cash option of $274.6 million.
The odds of hitting the grand prize jackpot are 1 in 292,201,338, regardless of the jackpot size—according to Powerball's website.Powerball is a multi-state lottery played every Wednesday and Saturday, and one of America's two biggest lottery jackpot games. Powerball jackpots start at $20 million, and other prizes pay from $1 million to $2 million with a Power Play. Tickets are $2. You can check the numbers for tonight, or any past winning numbers, on the official
Powerball website.The other multi-state lottery is Mega Millions, which is played on Tuesdays and Fridays. Like Powerball, the jackpot is reset at $20 million after a jackpot is won, and one line of numbers is $2, with a $1 option to multiply their winnings with a Megaplier. Here is the Mega Millions
websitefor more information, or to check any potential past numbers.There are nine ways to win money during the Powerball. Just getting the powerball with no other numbers pays out $4, and even more if the power play is bought for an extra dollar. The same payout goes for one ball plus the powerball, and $7 is the payout for two correct numbers with the powerball, or three correct numbers and no powerball. headtopics.com
If all five white, numbered balls are chosen but the red powerball is not correct, then the payout is $1 million, with an even higher payout if the power play is chosen.Wednesday night we will post the Powerball 01/13/21 drawing payouts and tell if there was a winner and where that winner came from, if so.
Here are the all-time top Powerball jackpot prizes1. $1.586 billion (01/13/2016)Winning tickets sold in California, Florida and Tennessee2. $768.4 million (03/27/2019)Single ticket sold in Wisconsin3. $758.7 million (08/23/2017)Single ticket sold in Massachusetts
4. $687.8 million (10/27/2018)Two winning tickets were drawn, one sold in Iowa and one sold in New York5. $590.5 million (05/18/2013)Single ticket sold in Florida6. $587.5 million (11/28/2012)Two winning tickets were drawn, one sold in Missouri and one sold in Arizona
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