Multiple Players Seize $1 Million Prizes, But Powerball Jackpot Missed

Powerball $1.03 Billion Jackpot Missed But Many States Still Wins Big

The Powerball drawing on Monday night passed without a winner, no lucky ticket matched all six numbers for the record-breaking $1.03 billion jackpot. The winning numbers drawn on April 1st were 19, 24, 40, 42, and 56, with a red Powerball of 23. Although the Powerball jackpot grew for the next drawing, but several lucky players still won over 30 million.

Tickets sold in Maryland, Florida, Minnesota, North Carolina, and Virginia all matched five white balls, securing a $1 million prize each for the lucky holders in those states. In Minnesota state, a lucky player bought a five-matched ticket at Casey’s General Store in Fridley and won $1 million. With a $1 million win, two $50,000 prize tickets were sold at different stores. One ticket was bought from Kwik Trips in Monticello and the other was sold at Burnsville.

Powerball jackpot Grown for next drawing after no win

A Worth $1 million ticket was sold in Florida. The lucky winner bought a Powerball Quick Pick ticket at Sedano’s Supermarket at 12981 South Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando and successfully matched five of the six numbers drawn. One lucky winner in North Carolina hit the $1 million by matching all five balls. This lucky ticket was sold for $2 at the Zoom In convenience store on South Hughes Boulevard in Elizabeth City.

In the Maryland Lottery, there were two players, each won $1,000,000. Both tickets were purchased at the same stores (at the same 7-Eleven on Bestgate Road in Annapolis) but it is not clear whether the same person bought both tickets.

The next drawing, scheduled for Wednesday, April 3rd, with an estimated $1.09 billion, and a cash option of approximately $527 million.

Michigan Woman Claims $1 Million Mega Millions Prize
APRIL 01, 2024


Two New Jersey Lottery Winners Split $30 Million Pick-6 Jackpot
MARCH 30, 2024


Craving Cracker Jacks Leads A lady to Unexpected Maryland Lottery Win
MARCH 28, 2024

Reference: For the latest info on lottery payouts and federal tax implications visit

Leave a Reply