All winning tickets will have to be redeemed in the state/jurisdiction in which they are sold. The one-time money payout for tonight’s Powerball drawing is $448.4 million, lottery officials stated. This is the most significant Powerball jackpot drawing in three months and, would be the seventh-largest jackpot in the game’s history if won. In the national Powerball drawing, the $630 million jackpot tickets were sold in California and Wisconsin. A news release from the Tennessee Lottery says the winning tickets were purchased at the 45 Package Shop in Trenton, and at the Dixie Lee Shell in Lenior City in Loudon County.
And don’t forget that in some cases the most effective dollar invested is actually invested in paying off debts. Stamford’s Robalino Cristobal fills in bubbles to get a Powerball ticket at the Mobil station in the Riverside section of Greenwich, Conn. There are just hours left to get a opportunity at winning hundreds of millions of dollars. The chase for Powerball’s most recent monster jackpot has ended in California. Before any of the windfall reaches the winner, nevertheless, a 24% federal tax withholding of $61.4 million would be shaved off the major, leaving $194.six million.
Every ticket is worth $316.3, if paid as an annuity, or $225.1 million, if paid as a lump-sum. Also on Wednesday evening, a couple of 5/5 Superlotto tickets worth $14,000 apiece were sold in the Bay Area. A single was sold at the 7-Eleven store at 601 Patterson Blvd. in Pleasant Hill, and the other was sold at a Raley’s supermarket at 270 Sunset Ave. in Suisun City. If you forgot to acquire your Powerball jackpot ticket for the New Year’s Day drawing, you’re in luck.