Anyone win Monday, October 9, 2023, Powerball, $1.73 billion jackpot?

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Top 10 largest lottery jackpots in U.S. history range from $768 million to $2.04 billion.

If you’re feeling lucky, you could win a prize that’s in the Top 5 biggest lottery jackpots — ever. But it all starts with a $2 Powerball ticket that could make you a multimillionaire.

A Mega Millions jackpot winner made the weekend interesting. Now what about Powerball?

The Monday, Oct. 9, Powerball drawing was for an estimated $1.55 billion. Monday numbers were 16-34-46-55-67 and the Powerball was 14. Power Play was 3x, and another rollover. This one shoots the new jackpot to the second-highest in Powerball history, now $1.73 billion, with a cash option of $756.6 million.

Florida did have one big winner as one ticket matched 5 plus the Power Play for a $2 million prize. That ticket was sold at Publix, 9359 Sheridan St., Hollywood.

There also were four tickets that matched 5 for $1 million prizes. Those tickets were purchased in California, Indiana, Oregon and Virginia.

After no one matched all five numbers plus the Powerball in the $1.4 billion Saturday, Oct. 7, drawing, the grand prize shot up to $1.55 billion. Saturday numbers were 47-54-57-60-65 and the Powerball was 19. Power Play was 3x.

Several big winning Powerball tickets were sold Saturday, including two that matched 5 plus the Power Play from Iowa and Maine for $2 million. Matching 5 on tickets that can claim $1 million were those sold in California, Kansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts (2), Michigan, Ohio, Texas (2) and Wisconsin.

This follows a recent summer lotto frenzy after someone in California won the Powerball jackpot for $1.08 billion. In less than two months, this lottery grand prize has increased from $20 million to the current pot.

On July 19, a single ticket in California matched all five numbers plus the Powerball to win $1.08 billion, the largest jackpot since the record-setting $2.04 billion in November.

Powerball tickets start at $2 apiece. Below are some frequently asked questions about Powerball, Mega Millions and lottery odds. Good luck!

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How much was the Powerball lottery jackpot for Monday, Oct. 9?

an estimated $1.55 billion with a cash option of $679.8 million

an estimated $1.4 billion with a cash option of $614 million

an estimated $1.2 billion with a $551 million cash option

an estimated $1.04 billion with a cash option of $478.2 million

How long has Powerball rolled over?

This Powerball jackpot streak started July 22, with rollovers till the current pot. Before that, one ticket purchased in California matched the six numbers to win the Wednesday, July 19, lottery jackpot of $1.08 billion. The prize, the seventh largest jackpot in the history of Powerball and Mega Millions, has not yet been claimed.

Here’s a snapshot of how the jackpot has climbed (in so short a time).

  • Monday, Oct. 9: $1.55 billion
  • Saturday, Oct. 7: $1.4 billion
  • Wednesday, Oct. 4: $1.2 billion
  • Monday, Oct. 2: $1.04 billion
  • Saturday, Sept. 30: $960 million
  • Wednesday, Sept. 27: $850 million
  • Monday, Sept. 25: $785 million
  • Saturday, Sept. 23: $750 million
  • Wednesday, Sept. 20: $672 million
  • Monday, Sept. 18: $638 million
  • Saturday, Sept. 16: $596 million
  • Wednesday, Sept. 13: $550 million
  • Monday, Sept. 11: $522 million
  • Saturday, Sept. 9: $500 million
  • Wednesday, Sept. 6: $461 million
  • Monday, Sept. 4, Labor Day: $435 million
  • Saturday, Sept. 2: $420 million
  • Wednesday, Aug. 30: $386 million
  • Monday, Aug. 28: $363 million
  • Saturday, Aug. 26: $345 million
  • Wednesday, Aug. 23: $313 million
  • Monday, Aug. 21: $291 million
  • Saturday, Aug. 19: $264 million
  • Wednesday, Aug. 16: $236 million
  • Monday, Aug. 14: $215 million
  • Saturday, Aug. 12: $204 million
  • Wednesday, Aug. 9: $170 million
  • Monday, Aug. 7: $145 million
  • Saturday, Aug. 5: $124 million
  • Wednesday, Aug. 2: $95 million
  • Monday, July 31: $74 million
  • Saturday, July 29: $60 million
  • Wednesday, July 26: $41 million
  • Monday, July 24: $28 million
  • Saturday, July 22: $20 million

How many Florida Lottery retailers are in Florida?

There are more than 13,000 authorized Florida Lottery retailers here, the site states.

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I bought Powerball ticket in another state. Can I cash in my winnings in Florida?

No. Powerball prizes must be claimed in the state where the ticket was purchased, the Florida Lottery says.

I bought a Mega Millions ticket in another state. Can I cash in my winnings in Florida?

No. Mega Millions prizes must be claimed in the state where the ticket was purchased, the Florida Lottery says.

When do Florida lottery tickets expire?

Prizes for Florida Lottery must be claimed within 180 days (six months) from the date of the drawing. To claim a single-payment cash option, a winner has within the first 60 days after the applicable draw date to claim it. Florida Lottery says its scratch-off tickets and Fast Play game prizes “must be claimed within 60 days of the official end-of-game date. Once the applicable time period has elapsed, the related Florida Lottery ticket will expire.”

What happens to the unclaimed prize money?

According to the Florida Lottery, state law requires 80% of unclaimed prize funds from expired tickets be transferred to the Educational Enhancement Trust Fund. The remaining 20% is returned to the prize pool for future drawings.

What happens to unclaimed Powerball prize money?

Should a Powerball ticket not be claimed within 180 days of the drawing date, the Florida Lottery site states, “the funds to pay the unclaimed jackpot will be returned to the lottery members in their proportion of sales for the jackpot rollover series.” According to Powerball’s site, “unclaimed prizes are kept by the lottery jurisdiction. If a Grand Prize goes unclaimed, the money must be returned to all lotteries in proportion to their sales for the draw run. The lotteries then distribute the money, based on their own jurisdiction’s laws, to other lottery games or to their jurisdiction’s general fund, or otherwise as required by law.”

What happens to unclaimed Mega Millions prize money?

Should a Mega Millions ticket not be claimed within 180 days of the drawing date, “the funds to pay the unclaimed jackpot will be returned to the lottery members in their proportion of sales for the jackpot rollover series.”

What are the odds of winning Powerball?

Powerball drawings are held at 11 p.m. EDT Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. According to Powerball.com, players have a 1 in 292.2 million chance to match all six numbers. Prizes range from $2 to the grand prize jackpot, which varies.

Are the odds of winning Powerball the same if the jackpot is $1 billion?

Players have a 1 in 24.9 chance of winning a prize, powerball.com states. Players have a 1 in 292.2 million chance to match all six numbers whether the jackpot is $20 million or $1 billion.

What are the odds of winning Mega Millions?

According to the Mega Millions website, you have a 1 in 302,575,350 chance to match all five white balls plus the gold Mega Ball. Prizes range from $2 (for matching the Mega Ball) to the grand prize jackpot, which varies.

Can Florida lottery winners remain anonymous?

According to Florida Lottery’s website, winners cannot remain anonymous: “Florida law mandates that the Florida Lottery provide records containing information such as the winner’s name, city of residence; game won, date won, and amount won to any third party who requests the information.”

However, the site states, since May 25, 2022, the “names of lottery winners claiming prizes of $250,000 or greater will be temporarily exempt from public disclosure for 90 days from the date the prize is claimed, unless otherwise waived by the winner.”

Lottery experts and lawyers have said there are ways to remain anonymous if you win.

Who won $1.08 billion Powerball prize on July 19?

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LA store sells winning Powerball jackpot ticket

A tiny neighborhood store in downtown Los Angeles sold the winning ticket for the Powerball jackpot worth an estimated $1.08 billion, the sixth largest in U.S. history and the third largest in the history of the game. (July 20)

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As of Oct. 9, the $1.08 billion Powerball jackpot winner has not been announced publicly. The winning ticket was sold at Las Palmitas Mini Market in Los Angeles, which scored a $1 million bonus commission, according to California Lottery officials.

How long does $1.08 billion Powerball winner have to claim the prize?

According to Powerball rules, “ticket expiration dates typically vary from 90 days to one year depending on the selling jurisdiction. The expiration date is often listed on the back of your ticket. If the expiration date is not listed, check with your lottery.”

According to the California Lottery, Powerball and Mega Millions winners have one year from the date of the draw to claim their prize. The $1.08 billion Powerball winner has until July 19, 2024 − one year from the drawing date − to claim the grand prize at California Lottery headquarters. In California, it is public record to know the identities of lottery winners.

What is the largest lottery jackpot in U.S. history? Who claimed $2.04 billion Powerball prize?

The largest lottery prize ever climbed to $2.04 billion in November. The jackpot was an estimated $1.9 billion days before the drawing, but lottery ticket sales helped it grow to more than $2 billion after updated calculations. A single ticket purchased in California won the grand prize, and the winner was revealed on Valentine’s Day − Feb. 14, 2023. Edwin Castro won the largest-ever lottery jackpot, and he opted for a lump sum of $997.6 million, just shy of $1 billion, according to the California Lottery.

As of Oct. 9, 2023, there have been nine lottery jackpots that have reached or surpassed $1 billion. Only once has a jackpot surpassed $2 billion.

Who won, how long did it take to win Powerball, Mega Millions and those billion-dollar jackpots?

What are the Top 10 largest Mega Millions jackpots ever?

According to its website, here are the Top 10 Mega Millions jackpots as of Oct. 9, 2023:

What are the Top 10 largest Powerball jackpots ever?

Here are the Top 10 Powerball jackpots as of Oct. 9, 2023:

What are the Top 10 largest lottery jackpots ever?

The following Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots made the Top 10 biggest lottery jackpots in U.S. history, as of Oct. 9, 2023.

Sangalang is a lead digital producer for USA TODAY Network-Florida. Follow her on Twitter or Instagram at @byjensangalang. Support local journalism. Consider subscribing to a Florida newspaper.



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