Thursday, February 9, 2012

Powerball Jackpot

  • WYFF 4.com The estimated Powerball jackpot is a whopping $310 million for Saturday night's drawing. "When the jackpot reaches historical levels, it gets attention.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • The multi-state Powerball lottery jackpot increased to $310 million Thursday after no player matched all six numbers in Wednesdays drawing, which had an estimated prize value of $250 million. The next scheduled drawing will be held at 10:59 p.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Last night, February 8th, there were no tickets that matched all six of the numbers for the Powerball drawing for $250 million. This weekends drawing is close to one of the highest Powerballs ever. On February 11th if won, the jackpot is $310 million.
  • (Examiner)
  • Excitement is building for the Feb. 11 Powerball drawing, which has an estimated annuity value of $310 million. If a jackpot-winning ticket is purchased in our state, it would be the largest prize ever awarded by the Pennsylvania Lottery.
  • (Investors Business Daily)
  • For only the 13th time in the history of United States lotteries, a lottery jackpot run-up has crossed into $300 million+ territory.
  • (Lottery Post)
  • -- The Powerball jackpot is above 300-million dollars for only the fourth time since Wisconsin started offering the game 20 years ago.
  • (Pierce County Herald)
  • (Biggest Mega Millions jackpot won by a single ticket.) 10. $315 million, Mega Millions (6), won Nov. 15, 2005, by 1 ticket in California. 11. $314.9 million, Powerball (3), won Dec. 25, 2002, by 1 ticket in West Virginia. 12. $314.
  • (Philadelphia Daily News)
  • No winning ticket was sold for the top jackpot in Wednesays Powerball drawing increasing the size of the top prize to an estimated $310 million.
  • (HamptonRoads.com)
  • The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel now is offering JS Everywhere, a new digital subscription package, which gives you unlimited access to JSOnline, the daily e-Edition, Journal Sentinel mobile site and content previously included in Packer Insider.
  • (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

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