Powerball Jackpot $114 Million, Winning Numbers May 27

Written By Valerie Cross on May 27, 2020

The Powerball jackpot is up to $114 million for the May 27 drawing. That would mean a cool $91.6 million in your pocket for taking the cash option for matching all six balls.

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Recent Powerball winners, changes

The winning numbers for the last drawing were 2 – 8 – 18 – 21 – 23 powerball 16 with a 4x multiplier. No one hit the big one, but the biggest winner did hail from Pennsylvania.

That player matched all five white balls and had the $1 power play multiplier in effect, doubling their winnings to $2 million. Sixteen other tickets matched four white balls and the powerball to win $50,000. But two of them had the power play, making their winnings $200,000.

With several live retailers still closed for coronavirus concerns, the Powerball jackpot will reset to $20 million rather than $40 million once it hits. The roll amounts also vary with sales and interest rates, with no minimum guaranteed.

Winning Powerball numbers May 27

You can find the winning Powerball numbers here after Wednesday’s drawing. The drawing will take place at 11 p.m. ET.

Winning Numbers: 38 – 58 – 59 – 64 – 68 powerball 21

Power play multiplier: 3X

Best of luck, and always play responsibly.

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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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