Even if you miss tonight’s horror, Powerball has soared to $ 80 million for the third time this year.
No one from all over the country matched the winning numbers tonight, but over 386,000 WA winners shared $ 6.6 million worth of prizes in Powerball’s five-week jackpot run.
“It’s very exciting to see this jackpot rise and it gives Western Australians the opportunity to have a really, really big dream,” said Hermione Coleman, a spokesman for Lotley West.
“Wa’s victory next week will bring the current Division 1 prize record of $ 50 million set in 2015 to the second far.
“While waiting for the winner to stop the jackpot run for the last five weeks, we have already raised an estimated $ 10 million for the Lotterywest grant program.”
WA players are expected to sell more than 760 tickets per minute during the busiest hours of the draw day, so it’s a good idea to get your tickets early.
Tickets are available in-store, online, or via the app until 6 pm on the day of the draw.
Powerball will rise to $ 80 million, but tickets are set to sell faster
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