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How to Play US Powerball Online

Playing the US Powerball from Australia is easy on theLotter.com.au. You just have to choose your 5 numbers from 1 to 69 and a Powerball number from 1 to 26 in the grid above. If you match all these, you win the big American Powerball jackpot, which starts at US$40 million. Until now, it has reached a record of US$1.58 billion.

However, with the American Powerball you can become a millionaire even if you don’t match all the winning numbers of the draw. With all 5 numbers on your ticket, you can win the second prize in the US Powerball, worth US$1 million. But, that’s not all: this can become US$2 million if you play with Power Play.

All about Power Play Multiplier

All about Power Play Multiplier

The American Powerball offers an amazing feature – a multiplier called Power Play. You can add it to your Powerball entry to get the chance to boost your winnings up to 10 times. How does the Power Play multiplier work? If the jackpot is higher than US$150 million, Power Play can increase secondary prizes 2, 3, 4, or 5 times.

The exception remains the US$1 million second prize, which can only be doubled with Power Play. When the jackpot is lower than US$150 million, the Power Play number can also be 10. This means that secondary prizes can get 10 times higher with the multiplier. You can read our ultimate guide to Power Play to find out all about this amazing feature.

When does the US Powerball draw take place?

When Are the US Powerball Draws?

America’s favorite lotto game, the US Powerball has two draws a week: on Wednesday and Saturday evening, at 23:00 EST. This means 14.00 in Canberra or Sydney, Australia.

But, when play the US Powerball in Australia, you don’t have to worry about checking the results or being notified about your wins. You can subscribe to our results alerts service and get the American lotto winning numbers by SMS or email. If you are one of the winners, then you will receive a notification from theLotter.

US Powerball Jackpot

The Fabulous US Powerball Jackpot

The jackpot in the American Powerball is the biggest in the world lottery market. It starts out at a staggering $40 MILLION, and then, with every single draw where it is not won, it increases exponentially. The best thing about the US Powerball jackpot is that it has no established cap! It will keep growing until there is a winner!

This is how it has reached the ground-breaking amount of US$1.58 billion, which is the world jackpot record to this day. That’s right, not million, but billion! This is why there is no match for the American Powerball and its jackpots. Its main contender is the US Mega Millions lottery, which you can also play on theLotter Australia.

US Powerball lottery syndicate online

Join a US Powerball Syndicate Online

Lottery syndicates are a great way of boosting your winning odds. You get to enter the draw with more lines together with a group, splitting the costs as well as the potential wins. On theLotter, you can get as many US Powerball syndicate shares as you want to actively boost your odds of winning American lotto prizes.

You could be the next big lottery syndicate winner! Find out more about theLotter’s syndicates and how the whole syndication process works here. If you want to have your own Powerball entry, as well as a shares in a syndicate, you can choose a Bundle package. This comes with a discount and a broader lottery experience.

US Powerball Syndicate Winners

US Powerball Syndicate Winners

Syndicates have already proven to be a winning strategy. Several jackpots of this US lottery have been scooped by syndicates, allowing friends, family members, or colleagues to experience the adventure of becoming millionaires together. The biggest syndicate to win the US Powerball was the Tennessee 20. A group of co-workers from a metal manufacturing plan scooped a US$420 million jackpot in 2016 leaving each of them with an enormous fortune.

As it seems, luck comes in groups of 20 in this US lotto. Before the Tennessee 20, there was another US Powerball syndicate made up of 20 co-workers that won the jackpot. Back in 2012, the Shipping 20 won US$241 million. You can find out their story in our Top Syndicate Winners of All Time.

US Powerball Syndicate Winners

theLotter’s Big American Powerball Winner

Over the years, we have had many Powerball winners, but G. from Australia is our biggest Aussie winner to date. This is why we have dubbed him  The Wonder from Down Under! On October 19th, 2016, G. played US Powerball on theLotter.com.au and it made him a millionaire. He won the second prize in the US Powerball, worth a whopping $1 MILLION!

But while you might be tempted to think that this is G.’s first win on theLotter.com.au, let us tell you that over the years that he has been playing the lottery online on our platform he has had as many as 452 wins. In fact, this is the advice that G. has for other lottery players out there: "Just keep your faith. Never doubt yourself and keep your faith, that’s the only thing that you can do.” Read the full story of our big US Powerball winner from Australia and it will inspire your future lottery plays!

Latest News about Powerball Lottery

Latest News about the US Powerball

The US Powerball delivered the 4th largest jackpot in lottery history on October 27th, 2018. There were two winning tickets for the $687.8 million prize. They were sold in New York and Iowa. The winning numbers were 08-12-13-19-27 and the Powerball was 4.

The Iowa winner was the first one to come forward to collect her half of the jackpot. Lerynne West, has chosen the lump sum payment for her prize, worth $198.1 million. She is the mother of three and the grandmother of six and the first thing she plans to buy is a car big enough “to take all my grandchildren places”. She intends to share her Powerball windfall with her friends and family and to set up college funds for all of her grandchildren.

The New York winner took a few days more to come forward and collect his share of the prize. Robert Bailey, 67, a retired federal employee decided to cash the prize as a lump sum. After taxes, he will pocket a bit over $125 million. Playing with the same numbers for 25 years, he was shocked to see them popping up when he checked the results online.