Powerball Winning Numbers March 4

Written By Valerie Cross on March 4, 2020 - Last Updated on March 5, 2020
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The Powerball jackpot has rolled over again, with $90 million ($67.9 million) up for grabs for matching all six numbers Wednesday, March 4.

The final Powerball drawing of February, on Saturday, yielded the following numbers: 24 – 44 – 46 – 50 – 51 and powerball 13. The power play was 3x. While there were no jackpot winners, one ticket did match all five white balls to win $1 million.

Fifteen others matched four white balls and the powerball to win $50,000. Four of them had purchased the $1 power play to triple their winnings to $150,000.

In Pennsylvania, 19 players matched four white balls, which is worth at least $100. However, six of them tripled the winnings to $300 with the power play.

Playing Powerball in Pennsylvania

For those in Pennsylvania, draw lottery tickets are now available for purchase online, in addition to live retailers across the state. For $5 free, you can sign up at the PA iLottery through our links.

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The next drawing is Wednesday, March 4 at 10:59 p.m. ET.

Winning Powerball numbers for Wednesday, March 4 drawing

You will find the winning numbers for the March 4 Powerball right here, after 11 p.m. ET when they are available.

Winning numbers: 18 – 43 – 58 – 60 – 68 and powerball 14

Power play: 2x

Overall odds of winning any prize on a $2 Powerball ticket are 1 in 24.87. Grand prize odds are a long 1 in 292,201,338 but the payoff is great. Best of luck, all.

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Valerie Cross is a senior content manager for Catena Media's Play-branded sites in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She studied Spanish and Psychology (BA, Furman University) and Language Education (MA and Ph.D., Indiana University) and played Division 1 college softball. A former college English instructor, Valerie is a poker enthusiast and has been a writer and editor in the poker and legal gambling industries since 2016. She is a Cincinnati native and lifelong Reds and Bengals fan.

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