Every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday any adult in Pennsylvania, 44 other states, Washington, D.C. or the Virgin Islands who purchases a $2 or $3 ticket has a chance to become a Powerball multimillionaire.
The last Powerball drawing took place on Mon., Nov. 29. Because no one won the jackpot, the top prize gets rolled over to the next drawing, taking place tonight at 10: 59 p.m.
But this time, instead of the jackpot holding steady at $253 million, the estimated value is now $264 million. Or, if the potential winner prefers, a lump sum payout of $186.7 million is available instead.
Powerball Winning Numbers for Wednesday, December 1 2021
The winning numbers for the Wed., Dec. 1 drawing are posted below once they go official:
Winning numbers: 12 – 15 – 38 – 57 – 63
Will tonight’s winning numbers prove luckier for some players than Monday’s?
The Monday, Nov. 29 drawing did not make an instant millionaire of any player. As mentioned, no one picked all six numbers correctly to win the jackpot. Furthermore, not a single ticket included all five winning white balls, either with or without the optional powerplay. Therefore, no one won a $1 million or $2 million prize.
Of course, there were lots of winners of smaller prizes, like there are in every drawing,
More importantly, today is the start of a brand-new month, with a completely new set of winning numbers. In the lottery, anything can happen, and you never know when somebody’s dream of a lifetime will come true.
Consider buying your next lottery tickets online
If you play in any of the following states, you have the option to buy lottery tickets online:
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- New Hampshire
- Rhode Island
- Washington, D.C.
First-time Pennsylvania online lottery players also receive a $20 Free Play bonus plus a first deposit match bonus up to $500.
The last Powerball jackpot payout
The last time any player won the Powerball jackpot was on October 4, 2021. The lucky player from California collected almost $700 million. Will anyone win the jackpot in the Dec. 1 drawing? We’ll have the answer very soon in the follow-up to this article on PlayPennsylvania.com.
As always, remember to play responsibly.