The estimated jackpot for Powerball has climbed to $1.9 BILLION, with an estimated cash option of $929.1 million, a world record for the largest national lottery jackpot! The next Powerball drawing is tonight, November 7, with cutoff for entry at 8:59 p.m. central time.
It has been 41 consecutive drawings since Powerball was last hit, which ties the record in the game for longest roll. The jackpot was last hit in Pennsylvania in August of 2022. Powerball tickets start at just $2, and can be purchased at any Kansas Lottery retailer.
As the nation focuses on Powerball, players in the Sunflower State know that the Holiday Millionaire Raffle still has the best odds to win a million. The second Early Bird drawing was held on November 6. Lucky ticket number 020344, sold in South Central Kansas, wins $30,000!
The first Early Bird drawing was won by Mona Cramer of Salina. Mona’s story is available on the Kansas Lottery website here. There is still one remaining Early Bird draw on December 4, followed by the Grand Finale announcement of all the winning numbers on January 4, 2023.
There are less than 30,000 Holiday Millionaire Raffle tickets still available, and when they’re gone, they’re GONE. So, hurry and get your ticket now for your best odds to win $1 million before it’s too late!
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