Powerball Numbers September 9, 2020; Reviewing Top Winners in PA

Mega Millions Winning Numberes June 5, Jackpot Soars To $378 Million

Here we go. The draw lotteries of Powerball and Mega Millions are on the rise again.

For Wednesday, Sept. 9, the Powerball estimated jackpot hits the $75 million mark with a cash value of $59.9 million.

The last winning Powerball numbers for the drawing on Sept. 5 were 15 – 21 – 22 – 27 – 47 with a Powerball of 7. The Power Play was 2x. Lucky for two winners from Arkansas and Massachusetts, these tickets matched the five white balls and bought the Power Play option. This multiplied the prize winnings to $2 million each.

A Decade of Big PA Powerball Winners

The Keystone State has seen some historical big Powerball jackpot winners as well. Just in the past decade, five big Powerball winning jackpot tickets were sold in Pennsylvania.

  • Emerald Legacy Trust claimed $273.9 million from the March 17, 2018 Powerball drawing.
  • Patricia Chandler won $77.4 million from the June 22, 2013 drawing.
  • Roger Custer won $33.1 million for Dec. 5, 2012 Powerball drawing.
  • SEPTA employees split a $107.5 million cash ticket from the April 25, 2012 drawing.
  • Steven Lloyd claimed a $37.6 million cash winner from the Nov. 19, 2011 drawing.

Buying Powerball tickets online in PA

Try buying your Powerball tickets for tonight’s drawing from the palm of your hand with your mobile device, no matter where you are located (as long as you are within PA’s state borders).

The PA Lottery online greets you with a great welcome bonus package when you sign up and make a new player account. Right now, receive a matched deposit bonus of up to $500 plus an additional $20 upon sign-up and successful first deposit.

Winning Powerball numbers for Wednesday, Sept. 9

Powerball winning numbers get drawn on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11 p.m. EST each week. Be sure to check back here for the winning numbers!

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Please play responsibly. Remember that proceeds from the PA Lottery benefits state-run programs for older Pennsylvanians.

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