Powerball Grows To $400 million For Wednesday
There was no winner for Saturday’s Powerball drawing so the jackpot will grow to have an annuity value of $400million for the next drawing on Wednesday.
Saturday night’s numbers were: 21,24,36,42,45 Powerball 15
There was no winner Saturday for the multi-state game for the eighth straight drawing in a row.
115.237 tickets were played in New Jersey for the drawing. There were 2 tickets sold matching 4 numbers and the powerball worth $10,000 each.
The cash value of Wednesday’s drawing is $230.3 million. The jackpot is the fourth largest ever and the third highest offered by Powerball.
A jackpot of this size is likely to draw more players meaning it will likely grow again before Wednesday night.
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It’s the seventh time in 2013 the jackpot for the multi-state game has topped $200 million. There hasn’t been a winner since June 22 when a jackpot with an annuity value of $131 million was won in Pennsylvania by a Delaware County woman who came forward this week.
Your odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 175,223,510 according to the Powerball website. There’s a 1 in 31.85 chance that a ticket holder could win something else including the smallest prize of $4.
The multi-state lottery is played in 42 states including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and Delaware.