How To Buy Powerball Tickets, Next Powerball drawing Date & Time: The estimated value of the Powerball jackpot is $680 million, but where can you buy tickets? And can they be bought online?
Powerball says that the current jackpot is the eighth largest in the lottery’s 30-year history. This is what everyone is talking about.
Here is all the information you need about the game, like how to buy tickets and when the next drawing will be.
How To Buy Powerball Tickets
Powerball tickets are sold in 45 states in the US, including Washington DC, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands, at stores that are licensed to sell lottery tickets. Authorized retailers can be grocery stores, drug stores, or shops at gas stations.
Tickets can also be bought online, but you have to live in the state where you want to buy them in order to do so.
Powerball says, “Some lotteries sell Powerball tickets over the Internet, but only to people who live in that state or province.”
“It is against the law to sell Powerball tickets over the Internet or by mail to people in other countries. Lotteries could refuse to pay out prize money on Powerball tickets bought on websites other than their own.
For example, people in New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Washington, DC, West Virginia, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Minnesota, and Montana can use the app Jackpocket to buy online Powerball tickets.
Next Powerball drawing Date & Time
The next Powerball drawing will be on Wednesday, October 26. At this point, the prize is worth about $680 million.
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 10:59 pm ET, there are drawings for the Powerball.
Monday, October 24, 2022, was the day of the drawing. The winning numbers were 18, 23, 35, 45, 54, and the Powerball is 16.
On Monday, no one matched all six numbers to win the lottery.
How to Play Powerball
The player has to pick five numbers between 1 and 69 for the white balls. Then, for the red powerball, they had to choose one number from 1 to 26.
Players can choose their own numbers on a play slip or let the lottery machine pick numbers at random.