With no winning ticket sold in Saturday night’s drawing, the Powerball jackpot has grown to $1.55 billion, with a cash value of $679.8 million. The next projected jackpot is the third largest among Powerball games and the fifth largest among U.S. lottery jackpots.
Here are the lottery jackpot numbers for Saturday, October 7th.
Powerball Winning Numbers for Saturday, October 7, 2023
The winning numbers in Saturday night’s drawing were 47, 54, 57, 60, 65, and the Powerball number was 19. The Power Bet multiplier is 3x.
Did anyone win Powerball last night, October 7, 2023?
No one won the jackpot this time.
However, in addition to Powerball, there were 10 winning tickets with five numbers, netting the winner $1 million. One ticket was sold in Ohio. Two other tickets matched all five numbers and the Power Play, netting the winner $2 million.
How many Powerball numbers do you need to win?
Technically, you only need one number to win Powerball. If you hit the Powerball number, you’ll receive a $4 bonus.
If you guess a ball correctly, you must also hit the Power Ball to win $4. If you hit both balls and the power ball, you win $7. You also get $7 if you guess three numbers correctly without the Powerball. Add in the Powerball and you get $100.
You can also win $100 if you guess four numbers correctly.
This is where it gets interesting. If you hit four numbers and the Powerball, you win $50,000. Hit all five numbers and you’ll win $1 million. If you hit all five numbers and the power ball, you will win the jackpot.
When is the next Powerball drawing?
Powerball drawings take place every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 10:59 pm ET.
Powerball 2023 Jackpot Winner
According to powerball.com, the Powerball jackpot has been awarded four times in 2023:
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Top 5 Powerball jackpot results
According to powerball.com, here are the top five Powerball jackpots in history:
- $2.04 billion – November 7, 2022; California.
- $1.586 billion – January 13, 2016; California, Florida, Tennessee.
- $1.08 billion – July 19, 2023; California.
- $768.4 million – March 27, 2019; Wisconsin.
- $758.7 million – August 23, 2017; Massachusetts.