Powerball jackpot hits nine-digit figure

Powerball NewsSunday October 6 2013 – For the fifth consecutive time the Powerball jackpot has remained elusive to players, inflating the top prize to a projected $108 million for this Wednesday’s draw.

No ticket holder on Saturday matched the five winning numbers 11, 12, 17, 39, 40 and Powerball 5, sending the jackpot sailing past the nine-digit barrier and well into head-turning territory.

Although there was no jackpot winner, five ticket holders – from California, Iowa, Indiana, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island – did match five balls to win $1 million each. Unfortunately none of them had decided to gamble on Power Play and, if they had, they’d be taking home $2 million each instead.

Deadline Day For Powerball Winner

Meanwhile, you may remember from our news report on Saturday that time is nearly up for the mystery Powerball winner who has a ticket worth $1 million tucked away, perhaps in an old pair of jeans or deep in their car’s glove box.

The ticket was purchased from the Circle K store in Jeffersonville, Indiana, for the April 10 draw and matched all five main numbers: 1, 36, 40, 52 and 53.

The ticket holder has until by 5pm today local Indiana time to present their ticket at state lottery HQ in Indianapolis or the prize will be forfeit.

So don’t delay, search high and low for that missing ticket as we’re really down to the wire with this one – we’d hate for someone to miss out this some life-changing windfall!

Mega Millions News

Meanwhile, with no jackpot winner in the Mega Millions draw on Friday, there is now an estimated top prize of $14 million available to play for tomorrow.

Last Tuesday’s Mega Millions draw was won by a Maryland ticket and the hunt is on to discover the identity of the mystery winner.

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