## What were the Powerball numbers 1/16 2021?

The winning Powerball numbers for Saturday, Jan. 16, are: 14, 20, 39, 65, 67 and the Powerball of 02.

### What was the past winning numbers for Powerball?

Powerball Past Results

Winning Numbers Jackpot
Sat, October, 16, 2021 30 31 41 42 48 3 3x Double Play 26 33 42 44 45 20 \$58.6 Million
Wed, October, 13, 2021 23 29 47 59 60 15 2x Double Play 10 34 37 58 60 7 \$47.3 Million
Mon, October, 11, 2021 11 20 33 39 65 24 3x Double Play 9 39 44 49 60 12 \$38.8 Million

Does 2 matching numbers win Powerball?

If you match two numbers, you’ll win \$4, but ONLY if one of those numbers is the red Powerball. Here are more details on how to win the Powerball drawing. If you match two white Powerball numbers, then unfortunately you won’t walk away with any money, according to Powerball’s rules.

How much does 4 numbers win on Powerball?

The prize structure of Powerball below can help you calculate the odds of winning the lottery:

Numbers Matched Prize Odds of Winning
5 + Powerball \$132 Million 1 in 292,201,338.00
5 \$1,000,000 1 in 11,688,053.52
4 + Powerball \$50,000 1 in 913,129.18
4 \$100 1 in 36,525.17

## Did Mega Millions have a winner?

A lucky ticket holder in New York won the big Mega Millions® jackpot Tuesday night! A single ticket sold in that state matched all six numbers drawn September 21 – the white balls 36, 41, 45, 51 and 56, plus the gold Mega Ball 13 – to win the \$431 million prize (\$314.4 million cash).

### Did anyone win the Powerball for January 16th 2021?

Powerball Results, Numbers for 1/16/21: Did Anyone Win the \$640 Million? There were no overall winners for the \$640 million Powerball jackpot on Saturday night, but two lucky players scooped \$2 million each. The winning numbers were 14, 20, 39, 65 and 67 with the Powerball being 02.

How do I look up old Powerball numbers?

To check your unexpired tickets, you can try NSW lotteries website, which has a function for looking up old numbers. You can also try the ‘Check my ticket’ function on the Tatts website. It will really depend on which lottery you entered, and who runs the competition.

What are the 9 Ways to Win Powerball?

To win, match one of the 9 Ways to Win:

• 5 white balls + 1 red Powerball = Grand prize.
• 5 white balls = \$1 million.
• 4 white balls = 1 red Powerball = \$50,000.
• 4 white balls = \$100.
• 3 white balls + 1 red Powerball = \$100.
• 3 white balls = \$7.
• 2 white balls + 1 red Powerball = \$7.
• 1 white ball + 1 red Powerball = \$4.

## What if you get 1 number on the Powerball?

If you only matched one white number on the Powerball, you did NOT win any money. If you only matched one number and it was the red Powerball Number itself, then you’ll win \$4.

### How are the winning numbers shown on the Powerball?

Powerball Numbers. Winning numbers are displayed in ascending order but if you would like to see the numbers in the order in which they were drawn, please select the ‘Payouts’ button under each result where you will also be able to view the number of winners and prize payouts for each Powerball draw.

How much does it cost to play the Powerball?

Powerball® costs \$2 per play. Select five numbers from 1 to 69 for the white balls; then select one number from 1 to 26 for the red Powerball. Choose your numbers on a play slip or let the lottery terminal randomly pick your numbers. The Powerball jackpot grows until it is won. Players win a prize by matching one of the 9 Ways to Win.

Where can I watch the drawing of the Powerball?

Powerball is played in 45 states, Washington DC, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands! Sales cut-off times vary by one to two hours before the drawing, depending on the selling jurisdiction. To find out where to watch the drawings, click here. Ask for Power Play® with your Powerball purchase!

## How old do you have to be to play the Powerball in Nebraska?

You must be 18 or older to play, except for in Louisiana, Iowa, and Arizona, where players must be 21 or older, and Nebraska, where players must be 19 or older. You can claim a Powerball jackpot prize as a lump sum or as an annuity payment over 29 years (30 guaranteed payments).