Powerball Numbers Oct. 7; PA Online Lottery Players Won Over $66 Million in August

It is a neck and neck race between the Powerball and Mega Millions jackpot currently.

For Wednesday, Oct. 7, the Powerball estimated jackpot rises to $52 million or you can choose a $41.6 million one-time cash payout if you match all six numbers.

Winning Powerball numbers for Wednesday, Oct. 7

Every week, two Powerball drawings take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays after 11 p.m. EST. When the drawing concludes, check winning Powerball numbers here.

Winning numbers: 6 – 24 – 30 – 53 – 56 Powerball: 19

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Last drawing makes two new millionaires out of Ohio

For the last Powerball drawing on Saturday, Oct. 3, the winning numbers were 18 – 31 – 36 – 43 – 47 with a red Powerball of 20. The optional $1 Power Play multiplier was 2X.

While no one hit the big jackpot, the last Powerball drawing proved fruitful for two fortuitous winners out of Ohio. Both tickets matched all five white numbers to establish a base earning of $1 million. However, one ticket opted for the $1 Power Play which boosted that prize up to $2 million.

PA online lottery pays out over $66 million in August 2020

Here in Pennsylvania, online players won over $66 million in the month of August, according to the PA online lottery. New players receive a generous welcome bonus plus existing players receive a constant variety of ongoing promotions.

Best of all, skip the hassle of heading into a physical lottery retailer to buy tonight’s Powerball tickets.

The Powerball draw lottery is currently available in 44 states, but you can’t purchase tickets online in every state. Here is a list of states where you can purchase lottery tickets online:

  • Georgia
  • Illinois
  • Kentucky
  • Michigan
  • New Hampshire
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • New York
  • Virginia

Powerball tickets cost $2 each and if you choose to add on the Power Play multiplier, it is an additional $1.

Whether purchasing lottery tickets online or in-person, make sure you are playing responsibly.

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