Powerball Jackpot Hits $1.2 Billion, Third Largest Ever

After Monday Night'S Grand Prize Drawing Yielded No Winners The Powerball Jackpot Is Valued At $1.2 Billion The Third Highest In History.

More Than 2.7 Million Winning Tickets Were Drawn Monday According To The Powerball Website Although None Matched All Six Numbers: White Balls 12 26 27 43 47 And Red Powerball 5 With A 2X Power Play Multiplier.

Two Delaware And Michigan Tickets Won $1 Million By Matching All Five White Balls. Two Tickets From New York And South Carolina Matched All Five White Balls And Won $2 Million With $1 Prize Multiplier.

After 32 Draws Without A Winner Wednesday Night'S Anticipated $1.2 Billion Powerball Jackpot Is The Third Highest In History. The Previous Jackpot Was $1.08 Billion On July 19.

Powerball Claims This Is The First Time Back-To-Back Jackpot Jackpots Have Hit $1 Billion. On Nov. 7 2022 The Biggest Jackpot Was $2.04 Billion.

The Powerball Website Estimates The Cash Value Of The $1.2 Billion Jackpot At $551.7 Million. Winning The Jackpot Is 1 In 292.2 Million While Winning Any Reward Is 1 In 24.9. Wednesday'S Drawing From The Florida Lottery Studio In Tallahassee Will Air At 10:59 P.M. Est.

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