CLEVELAND — Although nobody hit the $238 million jackpot in the latest Powerball drawing that was held on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022, the Ohio Lottery says there are still thousands of people taking home smaller amounts of prize money.
In Ohio, 13,040 winning tickets were sold. Those smaller prizes in Ohio are listed as follows:
$200 prize: 9 winners
$100 prize: 21 winners
$14 prize: 309 winners
$8 prize: 3,848 winners
$7 prize: 613 winners
$4 prize: 8,240 winners
The lucky numbers from the drawing Wednesday night are 6, 33, 34, 45, 54 and Powerball 7. The Power Play option was 2.
The jackpot now grows to $270 million, with a cash value worth $145.5 million. The next drawing will take place on Saturday, Sept. 24.
Powerball lottery officials say the odds of hitting the jackpot are one in 292,201,338.00, which is slightly better than the Mega Millions odds of one in 302,575,350. The odds of hitting a $1 million winning ticket in Powerball, meanwhile, are one in 11,688,053.52.
Ohio has recently seen some big winners in previous lottery drawings. Those winners include...
- Sept. 10 drawing in Powerball: $2 million winning ticket sold in Columbus -- see where the winning ticket was purchased.
- Sept. 8 drawing in Lucky For Life game: $500,000 winning ticket sold in Elyria -- see where the winning ticket was purchased.
- Aug. 23 drawing in Mega Millions: $1 million winning ticket sold in Findlay – see where the winning ticket was purchased.
- July 26 drawing in Mega Millions: $3 million winning ticket sold in Saint Clairsville; $1 million winning ticket sold in Berea – see where the winning tickets were purchased.
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