The Powerball jackpot continues inching toward $1 billion as no one took home the jackpot Saturday night. The drawing on Wednesday, March 27, will be worth an estimated $750 million.
The latest numbers drawn for the jackpot were 24-25-52-60-66 with a Powerball of 5. Two tickets sold in Florida are worth at least $1 million dollars. One ticket matched all five white numbers, but not the powerball, and one ticket matched the same, but played the power play, which was 2x.
If there had been a winner on Saturday, he or she would have officially taken home $638.8 million, the biggest jackpot of the year and the fourth-largest Powerball drawing of all-time.
As the number crept up to three-quarters of a billion dollars for Wednesday, it became the third-largest Powerball drawing of all-time and fourth-largest lottery drawing ever. It's possible, once the official total is known this week, it could creep past a $758.7 million drawing in August 2017 and become the third-largest drawing of all-time.
A lump-sum cash payout Wednesday will be worth $465.5 million.
While no one claimed the big prize on Saturday, people in Wisconsin and Florida each took home the $2 million prize for matching all five white balls plus the Power Play, and winners in Florida, North Carolina, Illinois, North Dakota, New Hampshire, New York and South Carolina each won $1 million.
The jackpot keeps climbing, but your odds of winning stay the same in every single Powerball drawing. Whether it's the starting jackpot of $40 million or $1 billion, your chance to win remains 1 in 292.2 million, according to the Powerball site.