Powerball Winner: Did Anyone Win Saturday's $34 Million Jackpot?

After no one picked all six numbers in the $34 million Powerball drawing on Saturday night (February 11), the jackpot will roll over on Monday (February 13).

For Wednesday night's drawing, the jackpot will rise to an estimated $45 million ($23.7 million cash value).

After a player in Washington won the $754 million Powerball drawing on February 6, the jackpot was reset to $20 million.

After one Kansas resident successfully matched all six numbers to win the $92 million prize in the drawing on November 19, the Powerball jackpot was previously reset.

The previous record for the greatest jackpot in terms of both cash value and annuity was achieved on January 13, 2016, when the $1.586 billion ($983.5 million cash value) Powerball game took place.

The $1.586 billion Powerball jackpot, which was won by three tickets in California, Florida, and Tennessee in January 2016, set a record for the highest payout ever.

And had the ninth-highest per-ticket cash value. Four times more than $1 billion has been won playing Mega Millions.

A combined jackpot of more than $1.7 billion was previously given by the Powerball and Mega Millions games in January 2021.

Up until a jackpot winning ticket matches all six numbers drawn, both jackpots grow with each succeeding game.

This also takes into account the extra Mega Millions Gold Ball or Powerball in each individual game.

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