Historic Powerball® run ends with five wins in Indiana and a jackpot win in California
The record-setting Powerball® run came to an end when Monday's delayed drawing took place Tuesday morning and resulted in five wins of $50,000 or more in Indiana and one jackpot win in California.
Two $100,000 winning tickets with Power Play were purchased at the following locations:
Three $50,000 winning tickets were purchased at the following locations:
The ticket holders should ensure their ticket is in a secure place, consider meeting with a financial advisor and contact Hoosier Lottery customer service at 1-800-955-6886 for specific claim instructions.
Monday night's $2.04 billion Powerball® drawing was a world record, surpassing the previous $1.586 billion from 2016.
Throughout this record jackpot run that began on August 6, multiple non-jackpot winning tickets have been sold in Indiana, totaling more than $14 million in prizes. This includes two $1 million winners, one $150,000 winner, four $100,000 winners and 16 $50,000 winners.
Since its first drawing in 1992, Powerball® has inspired the country with a chance to become a millionaire, while raising $25 billion for good causes supported by lotteries. Indiana had the very first Powerball® jackpot winner in 1992 and leads the nation in Powerball® jackpot wins with 39.
The Powerball® jackpot for Wednesday, Nov. 9, is an estimated $20 million.
Powerball® Overall Odds are 1 in 25.