Powerball Winning Numbers May 6, Estimated $59 Million Jackpot

Written By Valerie Cross on May 6, 2020 - Last Updated on May 7, 2020
Lottery jackpot, winning numbers

It’s Wednesday, and time for another Powerball drawing. The Grand Prize is now up to $59 million after no one matched all six numbers on Saturday. The cash option for the current jackpot is estimated at $48.3 million.

The numbers for May 2 were 13 – 16 – 33 – 58 – 68 powerball 24 with a multiplier of 5x. With the $1 power play multiplier, winning tickets multiplied their prize money by five. That goes for all prizes besides the jackpot.

If you play the multiplier and match all five white balls, the payout doubles to $2 million. But no one matched all five in the last drawing.

Five tickets matched four white balls and the powerball to win $50,000. That would have been $250,000 with the multiplier in play, but none of them had it.

Play your lotto numbers online in PA

Pennsylvania residents and visitors don’t even need to leave their home to purchase Powerball and Mega Millions tickets. You can even buy them on your smart phone.

In addition to draw tickets, there are several other lottery games available to play online. With many retailers still closed in statewide efforts to slow the coronavirus spread, online lottery games have become more popular.

To access them, all you have to do is sign up at the PA iLottery. You can do so here through our links for a free $20 plus a deposit bonus to get you started.

Winning Powerball numbers May 6

The winning numbers for May 6 will be posted here following the 11 p.m. drawing. Powerball drawings take place every Wednesday and Saturday night.

Winning numbers: 7 – 8 – 35 – 50 – 65 powerball 20

Power play multiplier: 4X

Amid continued statewide closures, Powerball remains. Some temporary changes have been made, though. When the next jackpot hits, it will reset to $20 million, rather than the usual $40 million.

Also, the increases from drawing to drawing are now based on sales and interest rates, with no guaranteed bump.

In PA, the lottery continues to benefit programs that support older Pennsylvanians.

Valerie Cross Avatar
Written by
Valerie Cross

Valerie Cross is a senior content manager for Catena Media's Play network of sites including PlayPennsylvania, PlayMichigan and PlayNJ.com. Valerie was a poker writer and editor for PokerNews before joining the regulated sports betting and online gambling industry in 2019. She received her BA from Furman University in 2007 in Spanish and Psychology and completed her MA and Ph.D. at Indiana University in Language Education.

View all posts by Valerie Cross
Privacy Policy