You know what they say, the bigger the better.
Well, the estimated jackpot for the Powerball drawing on Saturday, July 11 swells to $79 million with a $63 million one-time cash payout if you prefer.
The previous winning numbers for Wednesday, July 8 were 3 – 10 – 34 – 36 – 62 with a Powerball of 5. The Power Play multiplier was an astounding 10x.
Not only did no one hit the big Powerball jackpot last drawing, but also no winners even matched the five white balls. The closest anyone got to hitting the Powerball jackpot was 8 winners who matched 4 white balls and the red Powerball. Three of eight lucky winners opted for the $1 Power Play as well.
Typically, matching 4 white balls yields $50,000. However, the 3 winners who added the $1 Power Play option are halfway to becoming millionaires with their prize multiplying to $500,000.
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Winning Powerball numbers for Saturday, July 11
There are no guaranteed minimums associated with the Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots at the moment. Rather, the jackpots are determined by ticket sales and interest rates only.
Powerball drawings occur on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11 p.m. ET. Find the winning Powerball numbers listed below after the July 11 drawing.
Winning numbers: 14 – 19 – 61 – 62 – 64 powerball 4
All PA lottery proceeds benefit older Pennsylvanians, always. Best of luck to you and always remember to play responsibly.