Powerball Winning Numbers April 15

Posted By Valerie Cross on April 15, 2020

It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time for another Powerball drawing. The jackpot is currently at $22 million after a $190 million jackpot hit last week in New Jersey. The cash option is currently at $17.7 million.

Read on to learn about recent changes lottery draw games and the winning numbers for April 15.

Changes to Powerball jackpot and roll amounts

Some of you may be asking: Why did the Powerball jackpot reset to $20 million? The Powerball Product Group recently announced a decision to reduce the reset amount from $40 million to $20 million and make the roll increase based on sales and interest rates.

The decision comes in the wake of coronavirus closures that have some lottery retailers temporarily out of business.

But the drawings will continue, lottery officials say, and you can purchase your tickets online in Pennsylvania. If you sign up at the PA iLottery platform through our links here, you can get $20 free and a generous deposit match bonus.

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Recent winners in PA

Winning numbers drawn for April 11 were 22 – 29 – 30 – 42 -47. The Powerball was 17 and the power play multiplier was 3x.

One PA player matched four of five white balls plus the Powerball. That person also had the $1 power play to triple their winnings to $150,000.

Four other tickets in PA matched four of five to win $100 and two of them tripled it to $300 with the power play.

Winning Powerball numbers April 15

Powerball drawings take place Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11 p.m. ET. Check back here for the winning numbers when available.

Winning numbers: 10 – 12 – 33 – 36 – 41 powerball 2

Power Play (multiplier): 3X

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Valerie Cross is content manager for Catena Media's Play-branded sites in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Michigan. She has a bachelor's degree from Furman University and master's and doctoral degrees in language education from Indiana University. Previously associate editor at PokerNews, Valerie has covered poker and legal gambling for more than five years.

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