We’re closing in on a record here, people, as Powerball fever is starting to grip the world again. With tickets available online, the fever has hit, and publications as big as Huffington Post are even reporting on the mayhen.
Huffington Post reports:
The Powerball jackpot climbed to $250 million after no one matched the winning numbers in Saturday night’s drawing. The winning numbers were 3, 15, 27, 58 and 59, and the Powerball number was 20.
The next drawing in the multi-state lottery will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 21.
Although no one claimed the jackpot, there were five winners in Saturday’s drawing. One lucky player in Texas matched five numbers with the Power Play option, winning a prize of $2 million. Four other ticket holders in Florida, New York, Texas and Illinois matched five numbers and won $1 million each.
Homes like this on Lake Como won’t even dent
your fortune if you win the Powerball on Wednesday
This is what MSNBC had to say:
Almost a year has passed since a Maryland winner took the top Powerball prize. Last Christmas Eve, a Cecil County couple claimed a $128.8 million jackpot — the second-largest jackpot ticket ever sold in Maryland. Mega Millions still holds the title for largest jackpot in Maryland. An Abingdon couple claimed the first-ever Powerball jackpot win in Maryland for $108.8 million in September 2011.
Pretty wild. Maybe it’s your turn?
One things for sure, you won’t have a chance in hell without a ticket. Why wouldn’t you allow yourself that chance? It doesn’t cost a lot of money for a bit of fun.
And anyway, what does it say to the universe if you refuse to allow yourself opportunities like this?
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