The South Dakota Powerball drawing currently takes place at 9:59pm CT on Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tickets must be purchased before this time in order to be eligible for the drawing. Powerball tickets can be purchased in South Dakota until 8:59pm CT on drawing nights.
To view the most up-to-date drawing information, log onto the South Dakota Lottery website or check the Powerball page of our website at www. lottery. sd. gov.
What time is the Powerball on tonight?
The Powerball drawing will take place tonight, Wednesday, May 13th, at 10:59 PM Eastern Time. Players must have purchased their Powerball tickets before 10:00 PM ET on the night of the drawing to be eligible to participate.
US Lottery officials will draw five white numbered balls out of a drum with 69 white balls, then one red ball out of a drum with 26 red balls. The red Powerball number will be drawn from a separate drawing.
Players must match all five white numbers and the red Powerball number to win the jackpot. Good luck to all the players!.
How much is the SD Powerball?
The cost of a single Powerball ticket is $2. Power Play costs an additional $1 per play per draw. For an extra dollar, you can activate the Power Play option to instantly increase your winnings, excluding the jackpot.
The 10X option can multiply your non-jackpot prize up to 10 times and the 5X option can multiply your non-jackpot prize up to 5 times. The jackpot starts at $20 million and grows until it’s won. The estimated jackpot for the upcoming drawing is $20 million.
Overall, for a single ticket, the cost for an SD Powerball is $2. The cost for an SD Powerball with the Power Play option is $3 per play per draw.
How many numbers do you need to win the Powerball tonight?
In order to win the Powerball tonight, you will need to match all five of the white balls (numbers 1-69) as well as the red Powerball number (numbers 1-26) to win the estimated jackpot.
So in total you will need to match six numbers for tonight’s Powerball drawing to win the Jackpot prize. The overall odds of winning the Powerball grand prize are 1 in 292,201,338. Good luck!
What does 2 numbers on Powerball get you?
Matching two numbers on the Powerball lottery will get you a prize, albeit a smaller one than if you had matched all six numbers. Depending on the state, matching two numbers can be worth anywhere from $4 to $100.
Some states also offer a “second tier” prize of higher value for matching two numbers plus the Powerball number. For example, in some states you can win $50 for matching two of the five white-ball numbers, plus the Powerball.
As the prize varies from state to state, you should double check what 2 numbers on the Powerball can get you locally.
How much do you win with 5 numbers on Powerball?
The amount you would win with 5 numbers on Powerball depends on the drawing and the amount of money in the jackpot. Generally speaking, if you match 5 numbers with no Powerball, you will win at least $1 million.
However, if there is a large jackpot of $100 million or more, matching 5 numbers may increase your winnings to around $2 million. On the other hand, if the jackpot is much smaller, such as between $2 and $10 million, matching only 5 numbers will still net you approximately $100,000.
Can I watch the Powerball drawing live?
Yes, you can watch the Powerball drawing live! Powerball drawings are held Wednesday and Saturday nights at 10:59 PM EST, and they are broadcast live on local television stations and streaming online, so you can watch the drawing live wherever you are.
The drawing is also broadcast on the official Powerball website, which you can visit to watch the live drawing. On the site, you can also view the results of past drawings and get helpful information, such as the lottery’s current top prizes, as well as upcoming jackpot amounts.
Who won the Powerball in South Dakota?
Unfortunately, there is no currently known record of who won the Powerball in South Dakota. As of December 3, 2020, the estimated jackpot prize was $229,000,000, however, the winning numbers are yet to be announced and the identity of the winner has not yet been revealed.
Powerball winners must have a valid ticket to redeem the prize and must match all five white numbers plus the Powerball. Furthermore, lottery winners in South Dakota must meet the state’s legal verification requirements and lottery winnings are subject to both state and federal taxes.
As the identity of the winner or winners remains to be seen, it is critical to contact the South Dakota Lottery Commission to ensure that any claim is treated appropriately.
What are the 9 ways to win Powerball?
Winning the Powerball lottery is no easy feat, but it is possible! You have nine ways to win, with prizes ranging from a few dollars all the way to the jackpot.
1) Match 5 of 5: Match all five white balls in any order to win the jackpot prize.
2) Match 4 of 5 plus Powerball: Match all four white balls and the Powerball to win $50,000.
3) Match 4 of 5: Match four out of the five white balls to win $100.
4) Match 3 of 5 plus Powerball: Match three of the five white balls and the Powerball to win $100.
5) Match 3 of 5: Match three of the five white balls to win $7.
6) Match 2 of 5 plus Powerball: Match two of the five white balls and the Powerball to win $7.
7) Match 1 of 5 plus Powerball: Match one of the five white balls and the Powerball to win $4.
8) Match 0 of 5 plus Powerball: Match the Powerball only to win $4.
9) Power Play: If a player spends an additional $1 for the Power Play option, any non-jackpot winnings will automatically be multiplied by 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10 — depending on the number drawn.
What happens if you win just the Powerball number?
If you win just the Powerball number, you will win a prize. The prize amount that you receive will depend on the drawing’s Power Play multiplier, which can range from 2 to 10 times the prize amount. For example, if you have a non-multiplied winning ticket and you select the Power Play option, you will receive twice the prize amount for the base game.
Depending on the amount won and the jurisdiction, winners may be required to pay taxes on their prize.
How do Powerball pay out?
Powerball payouts are based on the number of winners and the size of the jackpot. For each drawing, a percentage of the total prize pool, known as the Annuity Fund, is allocated to all winners in the form of an annuity.
This is paid out over a period of 29 years, with each annual payment increasing by five percent. The remaining percentage is the Cash Fund, which is immediately available to winners in a lump sum.
If multiple players selected the winning combination, the amount is divided evenly between them. The jackpot is split by either two, three, or four winners, with the prize pool increasing as more winners are found.
In the event that there is only one winner, they get the full amount of the Cash Fund, which is estimated at the time of the drawing. This amount is calculated by taking the total prize pool, subtracting the payouts to any other winners, and subtracting the fees collected by lottery retailers.
The resulting amount is the winner’s payout.
Powerball payouts also depend on the individual states in which the tickets were purchased. If the winning ticket was purchased in one of the states that have an income tax, the winner will have to pay state and federal taxes on their winnings.
This can be a significant amount in addition to their cash payout.
Does having 3 numbers in Powerball win anything?
Yes, having three numbers in Powerball can win you a prize. For example, if you match the Powerball number and two other regular numbers, you can win $7. If you match three regular numbers but not the Powerball, you can still win $7.
Even if you just match the Powerball number, you’ll still take home $4. Of course, the more numbers that you match, the bigger the prize. That being said, even three numbers can be enough to get you a win.