Powerball Winning Numbers June 24, Estimated Jackpot Rises To $33 Million

Posted on June 24, 2020

No one hit the big jackpot on the June 20 drawing, so tonight’s Powerball jackpot grows to $33 million, with a $25.9 million cash value.

One PA ticket sold in Middletown was good for $150,000. In fact, the fortuitous ticket matched four out of the five white balls plus the red Powerball. In addition, the lucky winner paid for the $1 Power Play option. Without it, the ticket would only have been worth $50,000!

As a reminder, the Powerball winning numbers for June 20 were 10 – 31 – 41 – 63 – 67, with a Powerball of 5. The Power Play multiplier was 3x.

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Winning Powerball numbers for Wednesday, June 24

As of now, Powerball and Mega Millions have temporarily instituted rules about no guaranteed minimums on jackpots. Due to ticket sales fluctuating because of the coronavirus shutdown, jackpots are based on interest rates and ticket sales for the short term.

Powerball drawings take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11 p.m. ET. The winning Powerball numbers for the June 24 drawing are:

Winning numbers: 15 – 22 – 27 – 33 – 46, Powerball 23

Multiplier: 3X

Best of luck to you, and remember to play responsibly.

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Vanessa Lutz graduated from Washington and Lee University School of Law with a J.D. She played poker professionally and then took some time off to have a family. Now she is combining her experience as a contributor to PlayPennsylvania.

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