Check your tickets! Winning numbers for Powerball’s massive $20million draw are revealed
- Powerball jackpot doubles with no first division winners in $20million draw
- Numbers for Thursday’s draw were 27, 25, 34, 4, 29, 13 and 18, Powerball was 13
- Four division two winners won $120,554.45 each from $482,217.80 prize pool
- The jackpot has doubled to $40 million for next week’s draw on October 14
Millions of Australians are checking their tickets after the numbers of Thursday night’s $20million Powerball jackpot draw were revealed.
The winning numbers from Powerball draw 1325 were 27, 25, 34, 4, 29, 13 and 18, while the Powerball is 13.
The Powerball jackpot failed to go off with no division one winners, as the quest to find Australia’s next instant multimillionaire continues.
The jackpot has doubled to $40 million for next week’s draw on October 14.
The numbers of Thursday night’s $20million Powerball jackpot draw have been revealed
Four division two winners have won $120,554.45 each while 66 division three winners will share a prize pool of $294,690.00.
Twelve division one winning entries have scored more than $410 million in prize money so far in 2021.
Seven were from NSW/ACT, four in Queensland and one in Victoria.
A Melbourne dad who had lost his job during the Covid-19 pandemic won Australia’s third biggest lottery prize in history when the $80 million Powerball prize went off in August.
‘I lost my job during one of the many lockdowns here in Melbourne. We had only just bought a home and didn’t see it coming,’ he told The Lott.
‘I am certainly keen to pay off the mortgage and the other bills we have to begin with,’ he stated.
‘We’re going to set our kids up for life. That will be an incredible thing to be able to do. There’s so much we will be able to do with this prize. It will change so many people’s lives!’
There were no division one winners in Powerball draw 1325 on Thursday night
A young couple from the ACT also recently claimed the $20million Powerball jackpot.
They took home $20,852,900.31 after their PowerHit entry also scored division two 19 times.
‘This is going to mean a lot for the whole family,’ the winning man shared.
‘I want to help my parents and siblings. I want to buy a house for our young family. It’s going to make a world of difference.’
Last year, a total of $3.33billion in prize money was claimed with over 111.6 million winners from Australian Lottery draws.