Florida Lucky Money Results, Intelligent Picks, Lotto Wheels
Florida Lucky Money News and Payout for Wednesday, November 25th, 2020
Even though there was no jackpot winner Wednesday evening, some people still walked away with huge pile of cash. There were a total of 21 3rd prize winners. 3 additional tickets of this prize level were also wisely bought with the Power Play option that multiplied the prize 4 times to $40,000 cash!
Additional prizes won Wednesday evening included 283 tickets that matched four white ball numbers and won $100. 80 additional players not only matched 4 white ball, but also bought the Power Play option, double the winnings to a total win of $200 each! There were 800 tickets that matched 3 white ball numbers plus the Powerball and also won $100. 176 additional players not just matched 3+1, but additionally bought the Power Play option, doulbled the prizes to $200 cash each ticket.
There were 54,974 Powewrball winning tickets sold in the state of Florida. 2 tickets sold in Florida matched 4 white ball numbers plus the Powerball. These lucky ticket holders will receive $10,000 cash each. There were 106 lucky Florida winners won $100 prize by matching 4 or 3+1 numbers. There were 27 lucky Florida players won $200 prize by matching 4 or 3+1 numbers with Power Play purchased.
With 9 different prize tiers, there were 651,228 tickets across U.S. won $0 prizes in the Wednesday, November 25th, 2020 drawing.
Powerball is one of the most popular lottery games in the U.S. can be played in 44 participating states as a shared jackpot game. The odds of winning is about 1 to 32. The odds of matching all six Powerball numbers are about 1 in 292 million. The minimum Powerball advertised grand prize is 40 million dollar. The annuity option is paid in 30 graduated installments in 29 years. Winners can select one time lump sum cash payout instead.
Click here for detailed information of Florida Lucky Money payout and news.
About Florida Powerball
This is a game that is played in a number of other states and as with other games that are offered by the Florida Lottery, the Florida Powerball profits are transferred to the Trust Fund to help benefit the state’s education.
It costs $2 to play the Florida Powerball but if you play the Power Play it is $3 per play. The jackpots in this game can get pretty steep and the record highest jackpot was $587.5 million and this was shared by two people. One who lived in Missouri and the other person lived in Arizona. This was won on November 28, 2012.
As far as setting the jackpot for the Florida Powerball, the MUSL sets the advertised jackpot. The jackpots get calculated based on the sales for the drawing, any funds that may have rolled over from a previous drawing, as well as current interest rates for investments long-term. For every $2 that is spent on a ticket, about 32% is allocated to the prize pool.
As far as Power Play, this is an additional feature that is added on to the Florida Powerball game and offers players the chance to win as much as $2 million. When a ticket is purchased, you can add another $1 to play the Power Play and this allows you a chance to win as much as 4 times the non-jackpot prize. If you can match 5 numbers, that is $2 million!
How to play Florida Powerball?
Claiming Your Prize
You want to claim your prize at a Florida lottery retailer or a district office within 180 days. However, for faster redemption of your prize, you can fill out the back of the ticket and take it to any authorized dealer for verification and validation. This is the only way to claim a prize.
If you win less than $600, you can claim your prize at any authorized Florida Powerball location. The headquarters are located in Tallahassee. Having winnings of less than $600 isn’t going to require you to fill out a Claim Form unless you get directed to.
For prizes ranging from $600-$250,000 you need to go to the headquarters located in Tallahassee or at a Florida Powerball district office. For any prize that is greater than $250,000 you will need to go to the headquarters.
If you are claiming your prize by mail and have a prize of $250,000 or less, you can mail your ticket to the Florida Lottery. You need to send in a copy of your ID as well for prizes of $600 or more. You will need to fill out a Claim Form and send in the copy of your ID and the ticket.
You need to postmark your envelope on the 60th day at least for scratch-off games and for the Florida Powerball winnings you need to have it sent and postmarked before the 180th day.
Florida(FL) Lucky Money Latest Results, Past Numbers, Intelligent Picks, Power Picks, Lotto Wheels and Lotto Analysis, including FL Lucky Money Frequency Chart, Overdue Chart and Skip/Hit Chart.