Check Powerball Numbers For April 21; Youngest FL Jackpot Winner Claims $160M

Posted By Staff on April 21, 2021

The Powerball jackpot is approaching the $100 million mark.

The Wednesday, April 21, Powerball estimated jackpot is currently $90 million. Additionally, there is a cash value for the potential jackpot winner of $62.3 million.

Winning Powerball numbers for Wednesday, April 21

Powerball drawings take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays after 11 p.m. EST. Find tonight’s winning numbers below.

Winning numbers: 21 – 25 – 32 – 63 – 67  Powerball: 6

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Florida’s youngest jackpot winner

The March 27 Powerball drawing had a jackpot worth $235 million. In fact, Thomas Yi, 23, from Land O’ Lakes, FL became the Sunshine State’s 15th jackpot winner while simultaneously gaining the title as the state’s youngest winner.

Yi stated:

“Even after matching all six numbers, I was in disbelief and took my ticket to a retailer to have it checked. The clerk at the counter instantly became excited and kept repeating that I had won the $235 million Powerball jackpot. I knew then that this would be life changing.”

The FL Lottery reported that Yi took the lump sum payment of just over $160 million after required taxes and withholding. Despite having a great deal of newfound wealth, Yi still intends to finish his college degree in either the business or medical field.

Play the online lottery

In Pennsylvania, you can buy and play the Powerball online. Moreover, the PA online lottery offers other lottery games like Mega Millions and more. Best of all, there is a welcome bonus for new players.

Outside of PA, there are other states where you can play the lottery online:

  • New York
  • Georgia
  • Illinois
  • Kentucky
  • Michigan
  • New Hampshire
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Virginia

Different state lotteries benefit various state-run programs. In the Keystone State, the PA Lottery benefits older Pennsylvanians. Please play responsibly.

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