Powerball winning numbers: These lucky lottery numbers have been drawn the most; which are the unluckiest?
An electronic sign shows the estimated jackpot for the Powerball drawing on Wed., Jan. 20. Len Melisurgo | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
Lottery fever is sweeping across the U.S., to start 2021 as the Mega Millions and Powerball games are both nearing record high jackpots.
Neither game has seen its biggest prize hit since the middle of September, and Wednesday night’s Powerball drawing, which will take place just after 11 p.m. ET, has an estimated jackpot of $730 million with an estimated cash value of $546 million. To win it, a ticket, which costs $2, must match all five white numbers plus the red Powerball number.
It means that frequent players and only occasional ones alike will surely be finding the closest lottery retailer location to them and buying at least one ticket, or maybe more, today. Some will simply select the quick pick option, others will including their birthday date or other important personal numbers, and then another group might want to pick the numbers selected most or avoid the ones that haven’t been so lucky since the first draw with 69 numbers happened in October 2015.
If you find yourself in the latter category, do note that every number has the same chance of winning during every drawing. Yet, it’s also a fact that some have certainly been picked more than others over the last handful of years.Powerball winning numbers: These lucky lottery numbers have been drawn the most; which are the unluckiest? An electronic sign shows the estimated jackpot for the Powerball drawing on Wed., Jan. ]]>