No tickets were sold with all six numbers in Wednesday’s Powerball draw.
Powerball frenzy came to a sudden and sad (unless you live in Florida) end on Saturday in California.
The jackpot for Saturday’s Powerball draw is at $600 million, a record for that game.
Lottery fever? This might be a pandemic!
Wednesday’s Powerball jackpot has reached $360 million, the third largest in the history of the game.
The California Lottery announced Wednesday that no tickets matched all six numbers in the latest Powerball draw.
It was a winning weekend in a big way for at least three California residents.
The jackpot in Saturday’s Powerball was $140 million.
Someone in Buena Park is holding a Powerball ticket worth $1.3 million.
In what is shaping up to be a battle of the Lottery Giants, both Mega Millions and Powerball are currently offering jackpots of $70 million-plus.
Californians set a three-day record for new Powerball members, according to California Lottery officials.
California Lottery officials said two tickets worth $215,136 each were sold in Tuesday’s Mega Millions draw.
Powerball is clearly a big hit in the Golden State—it set a new nationwide record for first-day sales.
For people with Lotto fever, April 8th can’t happen fast enough.