Powerball jackpot jumps to $750 million, one $1M ticket sold in Florida

No one won Wednesday's $620M jackpot
Posted at 11:01 PM, Oct 24, 2018

TAMPA BAY, Fla. — Now that the Mega Millions hype has faded, the Powerball excitement is growing and so is the jackpot. After no winner was reported Wednesday night, the jackpot has jumped to $750 million with a cash payout of $428.6 million for Saturday night's (10/27) drawing. 

There's still hope for people who bought tickets in Florida. According to the Florida Lottery, there was one ticket sold that matched five numbers and is worth $1 million. Six other tickets matched four numbers and are worth at least $50,000. 

Wednesday night's jackpot was set at $620 million but no one matched all five numbers and the Powerball. There's still a chance you could win something from Wednesday's drawing so be sure to check your tickets. 

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Here are the winning numbers:

56, 53, 45, 21, 3
Powerball: 22

Here are the 9 ways you can win in the Powerball drawing:

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Wednesday night's drawing comes a day after the $1.6 billion Mega Millions drawing — all-time largest lottery jackpot in American history. One lucky person or group of people in South Carolina won it. The cash value of the winning ticket is $878 million.