Powerball - Sc Lottery
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Most Recent Results for Powerball
The latest winning. Also get up to a years worth of past results.
1-27-32-47-67, Power Play: x2, 14: PB
1-27-32-47-67-2-18-31-59-60, Power Play: x2, 19: PB
14-20-30-54-69, Power Play: x2, 11: PB
14-20-30-54-69-21-30-34-57-59, Power Play: x2, 8: PB
16-18-33-37-50, Power Play: x2, 8: PB
Powerball Predictions for South Carolina Lottery
The latest predictions based on our lotto analysis
Top Hot Numbers
16, 26, 32, 2, 58
Top Cold Numbers
52, 6, 56, 45, 41
Top Overdue Numbers
35, 56, 68, 50, 34
South Carolina POWERBALL Statistics
A quick overview of the general stats and patterns for the last 30 days. View even mroe detailed breakdowns.
Powerball Play Type , Prize Amounts & Prize Odds
Here are all the different ways you can play Powerball. Each prize has different winning amounts and odds, so play smart.
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Powerball Draw Times
Know out exactly when draw and cut off times are.
|Powerball||9:59 PM||10:59 PM||10:59 PM|
Specific information regarding game type, draw ranges, ticket cut off time and draw time.
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Powerball - Most Asked Questions.
Questions to answers many people have
When do Powerball draws take place?
Draws occur on every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday around 10:59 p.m. ET.
Where are Powerball draws held?
Powerball draws are held at the Multi-State Lottery Association head office in Tallahassee, Florida.
Where can you play Powerball?
Powerball can be played in Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
How do you play Powerball?
Players pick five numbers from 1 to 69 plus a Powerball number from 1 to 26. Players can also choose the Power Play, which can multiply any non-jackpot winnings. In some jurisdictions, players can also choose to add Double Play, which allows them to participate in a secondary draw for a chance at additional prizes.
What is the Power Ball number?
It’s the sixth number on your ticket, ranging between 1 and 26. Matching it wins you at least $4.
What is the Powerball Quick Pick option?
The Quick Pick option uses a computer to randomly select numbers for your ticket.
What is Power Play?
Power Play multiplies all non-jackpot winnings by 2, 3, 4, 5, or 10, depending on the multiplier number selected before the draw. Power Play is available in all U.S. states except California.
What is Double Play?
Double Play gives players another chance at winning with their numbers in a second draw with a top cash prize of $10 million. Double Play is available in Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Washington.
Is it possible to claim my Powerball winnings in a different jurisdiction than the one where I purchased the winning ticket?
No, all prizes must be claimed in the same jurisdiction as they were bought.
How is the Powerball jackpot paid out?
Jackpot winners have the option of receiving their prize as an annuity or a cash lump sum. In the annuity option, the jackpot is split into 30 annual payments paid over 29 years. To compare the two options, see our annuity cash converter tool.
Why is the jackpot’s cash lump sum less than the annuity option?
The annuity is invested in government bonds over 29 years, allowing payments to increase by 5% each year. Check out our annuity payment schedule page to estimate these annual payments.
How can I check if I won a Powerball prize?
You can check the latest numbers on our Powerball page, or use our Powerball number checker.
How much are Powerball prizes taxed?
For all filing statuses, Powerball jackpots are subject to federal taxes. In most states, winners will also owe state taxes on lottery winnings over certain amounts. See our tax calculator to learn more about how much you will owe if you win the jackpot.
Powerball Lottery Tax Info
Information on how much taxes are taken out of winnings.
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