The winning numbers for Thursday’s massive $50 million Powerball draw have been revealed – with nobody snapping up the jackpot
The winning numbers for Thursday’s massive $50 million Powerball draw have been revealed – with nobody snapping up the jackpot.
The winning numbers were 31, 35, 16, 13, 25, 18 and 1.The Powerball number is 2.
However, there were no winning tickets for the top $50 million prize.
Meanwhile, four people won the $110,500 prize, while 102 people won $5,296.
The draw comes just a month after a South Australian mother became an overnight millionaire after winning the entire $40million division one prize.
Winning numbers for Thursday’s massive $50 million Powerball draw have been revealed
The Snowtown mother, who lives in the state’s Mid North, said she planned to use the money to go on a worldwide holiday after a ‘tough few months’.
Earlier this year, lotto organisers revealed the simple tricks that can increase your chances of winning the cash, including lucky numbers and locations.
From the main barrel, the most frequently drawn winning numbers are 17, 7, 2, 9 and 25.The least frequently drawn numbers are 31, 6, 33, 15 and 34.
For the separate Powerball barrel, the most frequently drawn numbers are 19 and 3, 파워볼검증사이트 while 18 and 16 are least frequently drawn.
‘There have been six Powerball division one winning entries so far in 2022 that have collected more than $226.6million,’ The Lott spokesman Matt Hart said in May.
‘Three of these wins have been in New South Wales, with one each in Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia.
‘Two-thirds of those winning entries were QuickPick, where the numbers are chosen for you by computer when you purchase a ticket.’
Mr Hart also said that syndicates had performed well this year, with one-third of division one winners being part of a group.
The draw comes just a month after a South Australian mother became an overnight millionaire after winning the entire $40million division one prize
Also accounting for a third of 2022 wins were the unique Powerhit entries, which guarantee one of your numbers is the important Powerball.
Mr Hart recommended entrants have an online account where you can check your numbers directly after the draw – rather than going to the newsagent or waiting for Powerball to contact you.
Last year, 14 Powerball entrants from across the country took home more than $550million in prize money.