INDIANAPOLIS (September 30, 2021) – A Hoosier Lottery retailer in Marion County sold a Powerball® ticket worth $1 million for the Wednesday, September 29 drawing. Meanwhile, after 39 drawings the Powerball® estimated jackpot continues to rise and has reached $620 million. If won, this jackpot will rank as the 6th largest in the game’s history and 10th largest in U.S. lottery history.
Hoosier Lottery players should check their tickets carefully as one entry matched all five numbers—only missing the Powerball.
The winning ticket was purchased at Speedway located at 1005 N. Mitthoeffer in Indianapolis. The winning Powerball numbers for Wednesday, September 29 are: 2-7-11-17-32 with the Powerball of 11.
Players can check their tickets with the free Hoosier Lottery Mobile App.
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.
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.
Players may purchase $2 Powerball tickets at any participating retailer. For more ways to play, Power Play and Double Play may be added for $1 each. Players have until 9:58 p.m. ET the night of each drawing to get their tickets. Drawings happen every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday around 11:00 PM ET. The Double Play drawing is held around 11:35 p.m. ET.
Powerball Odds 1 in 25
Double Play Overall Odds are 1 in 25