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Drawings are held Wednesday and Saturday, at 10:59pm. Pools close at 10:00pm. Winning numbers are available here after the drawings, and the drawings can be viewed on the Official Powerball Website.
The overall odds of winnng a prize are 1 in 31.8
The “Play it Again” feature is part of most Ohio Lottery on-line games, including Pick 3, Pick 4, Rolling Cash 5, Classic Lotto, Ten-OH!, KENO and Mega Millions/ MEGAPLIER. A second barcode, printed on each ticket above the game logo, permits a retailer to scan the ticket with the 2D reader and duplicate the exact wager information for the next scheduled drawing.
“Play it Again” was added as a convenience for players because it eliminates the need for a new bet card. The feature also allows retailers to reproduce a customer's wager by eliminating the need to manually enter the numbers.
Once the added bar code at the top of a ticket is scanned by the 2D reader the terminal will print out the exact wager showing on that ticket. The terminal will show a confirmation screen before printing the wager so the customer can verify the cost of the new wager.
There is no additional charge for “Play it Again”. The customer pays only the cost of the duplicated ticket.
A Mega Millions ticket generated by the "Play it Again" barcode will include the same numbers played for each board, the draw duration, and the total wager amount.
“Play it Again” will duplicate the bet type, while offering players a choice of changing the following items:
The “Play it Again” feature will work only with the specific game ticket presented to a retailer. It will function just like it does for most online game tickets. A second barcode, printed on each ticket above the game logo, permits a retailer to scan the ticket with the 2D reader and duplicate the exact wager information for the next scheduled drawing.
Once the added bar code at the top of any Bundle Play ticket is scanned by the 2D reader the terminal will print out the exact wager showing on that ticket. Using “Play It Again” on a Bundle Play ticket will only reproduce that game wager. The entire Bundle Play package will not be duplicated.
Yes. The “Play it Again” barcode located at the top of the ticket will read just like a bet card and duplicate the wager regardless of the status of the ticket.
To celebrate Powerball's 20th anniversary, the game was redesigned to bring added value to its players. Jackpots now start at $40 million, and the jackpot is now easier to win. The overall odds of winning any prize are also improved, and there are more chances to win a prize of at least $1 million cash. To see more details of all the changes, go to The Birthday Makeover! page.
The Power Play option will continue as a game add-on for an additional $1 per play – no change in price. However, the Multiplier options (2x, 3x, 4x, 5x) has been discontinued. Instead, the Power Play option will offer set prize levels (all prizes are paid in cash). To see a chart of the new Power Play prize payouts, see The Birthday Makeover! page.
It costs $2 per wager. You can add the Power Play feature for an additional $1 per wager to increase the winning prize amount. Players win by matching one of the 9 Ways to Win.
No. The tickets print the white ball numbers (the first five numbers) in numerical order. You can match the first five white ball numbers drawn in any order. The red Powerball number on your ticket (the last number, often behind a "PB") must match the red Powerball number drawn.
Powerball jackpots start at $40 million and drawings take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
The drawing is held at 10:59 p.m. Eastern Time in Orlando, Florida.
Winning numbers information is available from retailers, the Ohio Lottery toll free winning numbers hotline at 1-800-589-6446, from the Powerball links on this site, or www.powerball.com.
Yes. You must claim your prize within 180 days of the drawing date.
Visit www.powerball.com to get complete details about participating states, winner stories, winning numbers and more!
Glenda and Oliver won $4,200 with the Auto Pick feature playing KENO. Go to the "Great eight" video to see their story.
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