Did anyone in Kentucky win the Powerball?

Has anyone in KY won the Mega Millions?

Ticket sold in Fort Mitchell is winner of Kentucky Lottery Mega Millions $1 million. A ticket sold in Fort Mitchell for Friday night’s Kentucky Lottery Mega Millions drawing matched all five white ball winning numbers but not the Mega Ball, winning the game’s second prize of $1 million.

How much is Kentucky Powerball worth?

Latest Numbers

Date Result Prize
Wednesday, Sep 22, 2021 20 40 47 55 63 5 PB Power Play: x3 Est. Jackpot $490 Million
Monday, Sep 20, 2021 37 51 54 58 60 19 PB Power Play: x2 Est. Jackpot $472 Million
Saturday, Sep 18, 2021 5 36 39 45 57 11 PB Power Play: x2 Est. Jackpot $457 Million

What states have never had a Powerball winner?

The states that have not yet had a winner are Maine, North Dakota, Vermont, and Wyoming. On the flip side, some states have had multiple jackpot winners. Indiana has been home to the most Powerball winners.

Can a trust claim lottery winnings in Kentucky?

Ohio and Indiana are two of a handful of states that allow winners to keep their identity private. This is done by claiming the prize in a passive trust, with the assistance of an attorney, according to Marie Kilbane, Ohio Lottery spokeswoman. Kentucky has no such law.

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Does 2 numbers in Powerball win anything?

If you match two numbers, you’ll win $4, but ONLY if one of those numbers is the red Powerball. … If you match two white Powerball numbers, then unfortunately you won’t walk away with any money, according to Powerball’s rules. If you match a white ball and the red Powerball, then you’ll walk away with $4.

How much is Ky Mega Millions?

Each Mega Millions play costs $2. Choose five white balls (1 – 70) and one Mega Ball (1 – 25) or select Quick Pick to let the computer randomly select your numbers. Choose the number of drawings you want to play.

How much is the Mega Ball?

Mega Millions® tickets cost $2.00 per play. Players may pick six numbers from two separate pools of numbers – five different numbers from 1 to 70 (the white balls) and one number from 1 to 25 (the gold Mega Ball) – or select Easy Pick/Quick Pick.

Is Powerball really random?

Both yes and no. Based on how powerball works, for instance, the numbers are generated through a physical process that selects the balls (a large rotating area that mixes the balls, and then one falls into the selection mechanism “by chance” and is propeled to the top where its value is read out).