What an exciting start to 2021! For Wednesday, Jan. 6, the Powerball estimated jackpot rises to $410 million with a cash value of $316.4 million.
Winning Powerball numbers for Wednesday, Jan. 6
Powerball drawings take place twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays after 11 p.m. EST. Winning numbers for this drawing will be posted after the conclusion of the drawing.
Winning numbers: 1 – 20 – 22 – 60 – 66 Powerball: 3
Largest Powerball jackpot since 2019
This jackpot is the largest since March 2019 when a winning ticket from Wisconsin walked away with a $768.4 million prize.
In fact, the last time the grand prize hit was on Sept. 16, 2020 when a winner was sold in New York. Since that date, thirty-one Powerball drawings have been held without a jackpot winner.
Two second-place Match 5 winners for Jan. 2
However, that’s not to say that Powerball has not been paying out. Just for the Jan. 2, New Year drawing, more than 1.3 million tickets were winners. Obviously, prizes ranged from as little as $4 to $2 million.
A few big second-place winners resulted from this drawing. As a reminder, winning numbers for Jan. 2 were 3 – 4 – 11 – 41 – 67 with a red Powerball of 5.
A lucky winner from Arizona matched all five white balls to walk away with $1 million. Additionally, another ticket sold in Connecticut matched all five white balls but managed to double the $1 million prize to $2 million just by playing the $1 Power Play option.
Buy lottery tickets online
Right here in the Keystone State, you can buy lottery tickets online for many games through the PA online lottery. Also, it isn’t just the Powerball jackpot that is soaring to new heights. The Mega Millions jackpot is also reaching big jackpot numbers as well.
Even if you don’t live in Pennsylvania, there are other states that allow for online lottery sales as well:
- New York
- New Hampshire
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
Pennsylvania Lottery Executive Director Drew Svitko has a great reminder for responsible gaming: “We wish all of our Powerball and Mega Millions players in Pennsylvania good luck, as we encourage responsible play.”