On May 9, 24 counties in Pennsylvania had some restrictions lifted and moved from the “red” to “yellow” phase. Gov. Tom Wolf announced in a press conference that 13 more counties would move to the yellow phase next week. Most counties in the early stages of reopening are located in the northwest and north-central part of the state.
Even though Pennsylvanians are still in the red or yellow phase, they could be rolling in green soon. The Powerball jackpot is up to $68 million with a $55.6 million cash option.
Some lotto retailers remain closed but draw tickets and lottery games are available online at the PA iLottery platform. You can get a free $20 and a deposit bonus by signing up through our links here.
Recent Powerball winners
The winning numbers for May 6 were 7 – 8 – 35 – 50 – 65 and the powerball was 20. The power play was 4x.
One lucky person who purchased a ticket at Silverton Pharmacy in Toms River, New Jersey, matched all five white balls and had the powerplay to win $2 million. One person matched all five white balls but did not have the powerplay and won $1 million.
One player matched four white balls, the powerball, and purchased the powerplay to win $250,000.
Two Pennsylvania players matched four of five white balls and purchased the power play to win $400.
Winning Powerball numbers May 9
Powerball drawings take place each Wednesday and Saturday at 11 p.m. The winning Powerball numbers will be posted here, so check back to see if you are a winner.
Winning numbers: 12 – 18 – 42 – 48 – 65 powerball 19
Power play multiplier: 5X
Powerball prizes range from $4 up to the current $68 million grand prize. Due to recent changes, Powerball jackpots reset to $20 million instead of $40 million each time they hit. Additionally, the roll amount between drawings depends on sales and interest rates.