Powerball Winning Numbers For March 13

Posted on March 13, 2019

Update: here are tonight’s winning numbers

18, 36, 45, 47, 69, Powerball 14

Power Play 3x

 

With another drawing scheduled for tonight, a lucky winner could hit the $448 million Powerball Jackpot.

With nobody cashing in the winning ticket on the last drawing on March 9, the prize has jumped $34 million. Two players, one in Indiana and one in Maryland, were lucky enough to each match five numbers and win $1 million.

The March 9 winning Powerball numbers were 05-06-45-55-50, Powerball 14, with a Powerplay 3x.

In order to win this mega lottery jackpot, players must get all five numbers correct plus the Powerball. New Powerball numbers are drawn at 10:59 EST every Wednesday and Saturday.

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Powerball jackpots mean big numbers

The odds of winning Powerball and claiming such a lucrative prize are 1 in 292,201,338. The nine-figure jackpot is estimated to carry a $271.7 million cash value. Tonight’s drawing will be the 16th largest Powerball jackpot on record, according to the Charlotte Observer.

In January, Brooklyn, New York native David Johnson, claimed the $298.3 million jackpot, the closest such prize to date.

On October 23, the $1.5 billion Mega Millions drawing was the second-largest drawing of all time. A winner in South Carolina finally came forward this month to claim the single largest jackpot win in history. That anonymous customer opted for the cash option valued at $878 million.

Should you happen to hit it big, check out our handy lottery tips on how to handle such a life-changing sum of money.

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Nick has had stints in Chicago, writing about local politics, and in Washington, D.C., covering the expanding gambling industry. Now back in Chicago, he continues to write about the emerging sports betting market with a focus on the Midwest. Originally from West Texas, he graduated from Texas Tech University and completed his master's degree in journalism at Columbia College Chicago.

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