. $473 Million Winning Powerball Ticket Sold In Gilbert

$473 Million Winning Powerball Ticket Sold In Gilbert

Written By C.J. Pierre on April 28, 2022Last Updated on January 30, 2023

Powerball drawing from Wednesday night & rsquo changed to & ldquo, or” Win Wednesday” in Arizona. After purchasing the$ 473 million Powerball jackpot-winning ticket, Andnbsp, Someone might soon become the state & rsquo’s next multimillionaire.

The life-changing lottery ticket was sold in Arizona, proving Lady Luck still has her eye on the Grand Canyon State.

Gilbert, Arizona, sold 473.1 million Powerball tickets.

According to Arizona Lottery officials, the winning ticket was sold at a QuikTrip in Gilbert, AZ.

The Powerball is 4 and the winning numbers for the gathering are 11, 26, 61, 62, and 68. There is a Power Play of 2.

The largest jackpot ever won on a single seat in Arizona was$ 473 million. Solid ticket sales, according to drawing officials, caused the jackpot to rise above earlier projections.

Gregg Edgar & nbsp, executive director of the Arizona Lottery, said:

It is a life-changing moment for this winner, & ldquo. Additionally, it contributes millions of dollars to the critical programs and services supported by Arizona Lottery solution sales, as well as to our state’s economy, this winners’quo, and our community. & rdquo,

The lucky winner has the option of receiving a lump-sum pay of$ 283.3 million or an estimated$ 473.1 million, paid in 30 obligations over 29 years.

With a cash option of$ 12 million for Saturday night & rsquo, the jackpot will now & nbsp drop back to$ 20 million.

Winners of Arizona Lottery prizes worth$ 100,000 or more are required by a 2019 Arizona laws to remain unnamed for 90 days. They may, however, decide to remain unnamed indefinitely.

Arizona Lottery officials say players still need to check their tickets for one of the nine ways to win. More than 1.4 million tickets won cash prizes in Wednesday night’s drawing, including one ticket in Indiana that matched all five white balls to win $1 million.

What are your chances of taking home the Powerball?

The Powerball prize had been won three times already this year.

Two cards in California and Wisconsin split a$ 632.6 million prize in the January 5 drawing, making it the seventh-largest Powerball prize in history. Then, in the drawing on February 14, a Connecticut ticket won the prize for$ 185.3 million.

The likelihood of winning a medal for Powerball people is roughly 1 in 25. However, according to Powerball officers, the likelihood of winning the pot has increased to about 1 in 292, 201, and 338.

The Connecticut Powerball jackpot next struck in the drawing on February 14 when a single ticket brought home an 185.3 million lucky winner.

With$ 1.586 billion shared by winners in California, Florida, and Tennessee in 2016, Powerball holds the world record for the largest prize in history.

The top ten Powerball payouts

  1. January 13, 2016, & ndash, CA, FL, TN,$ 1.56 billion
  2. March 27, 2019, & ndash, WI;$ 768.4 million.
  3. 23 August 2017 & ndash, MA,$ 758.7 million
  4. Jan. 20, 2021, andndash, MD,$ 731.1 million
  5. Oct. 4, 2021,$ 699.8 million & ndash, CA
  6. Oct. 27, 2018, & ndash, IA, NY,$ 687.8 million
  7. Jan. 5, 2022, andndash,$ 632.6 million WI, Cs
  8. May 18, 2013, & ndash, Florida$ 590.5 million
  9. Nov. 28, 2012, andndash, Phoenix, MO,$ 587.5 million
  10. Feb. 11, 2015, & ndash, NC, Marketing, Transmitter,$ 564.1 million

Each month, Powerball offers three opportunities to become a billionaire. Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday are drawing days.

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CJ Pierre is a video journalist who now resides in Arizona’s Phoenix-Metro Area. For more than ten years, he has covered news and sports for both online and television channels. He is a graduate of Minnesota State University, Moorhead, and was born and raised in Minneapolis. In addition to covering high school, college, and professional activities throughout his career, CJ has experience working as a writer and video. most somewhat after the soccer teams of the Arizona Cardinals, Phoenix Suns and Minnesota Vikings as well as North Dakota State University.

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