Grab A Lotto Ticket Because The Powerball Jackpot Has Surged To A Record $110 Million
There were no division one winners in last nights Powerball, meaning lotto history is about to be re-written.
If you're feeling disheartened about having to front up to work this morning, after failing to win your millions in last nights lotto draw, here's the good news:
Next week, $110 million will be up for grabs, the highest jackpot ever seen in Australia.
Not one player has held a division one winning ticket in eight weeks, resulting in the astronomical figure.
Last night the numbers were 21, 27, 8, 6, 28, 34 and 7. The Powerball number was 16.
There were two division two winners who share in a prize pool of $825,560.10, pocketing a cool $91,728.90.
The Lott spokesperson Matt Hart said it would be "mind-blowing" if a single winner took next weeks prize money.
"The current record for the biggest individual lottery win is held by a Sydney woman, who won more than $107 million in Powerball in January this year," he said.
“2019 has already been a watershed year for Australian lotteries as we’ve seen a series of high jackpots offered and won. We can only wait and see how the rest of the year pans out for lottery players, starting with next Thursday’s draw.”
In the 12 months to 30 June 2019, 10 Powerball division one winners across Australia pocketed $398.5 million in prize money, including one lucky Sydney woman who took home $107 million in January.
You can keep track of the luckiest numbers here.
Currently the "hot" numbers are: 17, 2, 20, 25, 29, 32, 34
The "cold" ones are: 12, 1, 26, 16, 15, 21, 10 -- so you might want to stay away from those.