Powerball is a game of numbers, and lottery officials say the majority of possible combinations have already been purchased ahead of Saturday night’s near-historic $600 million drawing.
The Michigan Lottery sees the Internet as its new frontier for business, where more tickets can be sold and games can be played to ultimately pump more money into public schools.
The Michigan Lottery plans to begin selling online subscriptions for games such as Mega Millions and Powerball starting this spring.
The powerball jackpot for Saturday night’s drawing is up to $100-million.
We now know who was holding that $1 million winning ticket from last week’s huge Powerball drawing.
At least two people in Michigan now have a lot of holiday cash, and some to spare.
Powerball fever has swept much of the nation with long lines forming as folks try to land themselves that ultimate stocking stuffer.
By now you have most likely heard about the $500 million Powerball jackpot. Gator has bought $20 worth of Powerball tickets. Doug made a $20 bet that the Lions would win the Super Bowl. Right […]
While many people played, no one matched all the numbers.
Saturday night’s Powerball jackpot is the fourth largest in history at $325 millions.