Powerball (australia)

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Advantages of Playing Australia Powerball Online

Playing Australia Powerball online comes with a lot of advantages. Apart from being the most convenient way to participate in the next draw without leaving your home, there are other important aspects to consider.

  • You get an official entry. When you buy your Australia Powerball ticket from a reputed lottery messenger service, you will receive the scanned copy of your official entry. With theLotter, you get the guarantee that every ticket you purchase counts, as there are locally bought by company representatives on your behalf and stored in safes. This way you can rest assured that you spent your money on a valid ticket that can bring you an amazing prize.
  • No risk of losing your ticket. Lottery tickets can be misplaced, lost or stolen, which could potentially mean losing the opportunity of a lifetime. When buying your tickets online, you have no reason to worry. Your scanned tickets, ticket details, and proof of purchase are always available in your personal account!
  • Automatic win notification. Another thing you don’t need to stress about! By choosing the free win alert, you will receive SMS or e-mail notifications every time you win a prize. Your numbers are automatically checked, so you will never forget about a winning ticket!
  • Cashing your prize is easy and hassle-free. If you win a secondary prize, the money will go straight into your account after the results are published and the sum was received from the official lottery operator. If you get lucky and win the jackpot or larger prizes, you may need to collect them in person. theLotter will offer you assistance with this issue if need be.

AU Powerball History

Australia’s Powerball is a relatively new lottery to play. The first draw happened on May 23, 1996, using the original odds of 5/45 for regular balls and 1/45 for the Powerball.

As one of Australia’s favorite lotteries, Powerball has changed its rules many times. The first change in format and rules happened in 2013. The change led to the drawing of six regular numbers from a pool of 40 balls and a Powerball from a pool of20. Also, there was the addition of the 8th prize division and an increase of 1oc for Powerball ticket prices.

Since April 2018, Powerball is now using an updated format that’s designed to more winners with bigger jackpots. Today, each draw requires seven regular Powerball Australia numbers picked from a pool of 35. And the extra Powerball is drawn from a pool of 20 numbers.

AU Powerball History

Australia’s Powerball is a relatively new lottery to play. The first draw happened on May 23, 1996, using the original odds of 5/45 for regular balls and 1/45 for the Powerball.

As one of Australia’s favorite lotteries, Powerball has changed its rules many times. The first change in format and rules happened in 2013. The change led to the drawing of six regular numbers from a pool of 40 balls and a Powerball from a pool of20. Also, there was the addition of the 8th prize division and an increase of 1oc for Powerball ticket prices.

Since April 2018, Powerball is now using an updated format that’s designed to more winners with bigger jackpots. Today, each draw requires seven regular Powerball Australia numbers picked from a pool of 35. And the extra Powerball is drawn from a pool of 20 numbers.

Records

An Alliance Airlines Fokker 70 at Brisbane Airport, wrapped in Powerball wrapping paper (December 2016)

On 1 March 2007, the Division 1 pool was $33 million; it was the largest Australian lottery prize won.

On 5 June 2008, the Division 1 pool was $58,737,207.41; then the largest prize pool in Australian history to that point (since eclipsed several times, including by in 2012 , which had a Division 1 pool of $100 million.)

On 30 July 2009, the Division 1 pool was $80 million, the largest Australian Powerball pool until August 2018. There were two Division 1 winners in the drawing.

On 21 August 2014, the Division 1 pool was $70 million. Two winners walked away with 35 million each.

On 28 May 2015, the Division 1 pool was $50 million, won by a single ticket. The winner was a woman from Canberra.

On July 23, 2015, the Division 1 pool was $50 million, won by a single ticket. The winner was a woman from Western Australia.

On January 7, 2016, the Division 1 pool was $70 million, won by a single ticket. The winner was from Queensland.

On January 11, 2018, the Division 1 pool was $55 million, won by a single ticket in the Melbourne town of Brunswick. The prize went unclaimed for almost six months but was finally claimed anonymously just seven days before it was set to be transferred to the Victorian State Revenue Office. In Victoria, the amount of time someone has to claim a prize is unlimited, however if it is not claimed within six months, it will go to the Victorian State Revenue Office where the winner can claim it at any time.

On August 16, 2018, the Division 1 pool was $100 million, surpassing the previous record for Powerball and equalling the Oz Lotto record. The Division 1 pool was split between two winners, one from Melbourne, one from Sydney. On 17 January 2019, a single person from Sydney won AUD107 million, making it the largest individual lottery win in Australian history.

As of July 18th, 2019, the Division 1 prize is $110 million. It was the largest ever division one prize, in Australias history.

No one won the 100 million jackpot in September, thus it went up to 150 million. It was shared by three winners, they got 50 million each.

What Are Australia Powerball Rules?

The rules of this lottery are very simple; select 7 numbers between 1 and 35 and an additional number, called the Powerball, from a range of 1 to 20. You can manually select your lucky numbers or choose the Quick Pick feature, which automatically generates them randomly.

If you match all the 8 numbers, you will win an amazing jackpot which always starts at AU$ 3 million! Every time the first prize reaches AU$ 10 million, the jackpot increases by an additional AU$ 10 million with each draw where it is not won. This way, the Australian Powerball jackpot can reach staggering amounts. The current jackpot record is AU$ 107 million won by a single player on the 17th January 2019.

AU Powerball History

Australia’s Powerball is a relatively new lottery to play. The first draw happened on May 23, 1996, using the original odds of 5/45 for regular balls and 1/45 for the Powerball.

As one of Australia’s favorite lotteries, Powerball has changed its rules many times. The first change in format and rules happened in 2013. The change led to the drawing of six regular numbers from a pool of 40 balls and a Powerball from a pool of20. Also, there was the addition of the 8th prize division and an increase of 1oc for Powerball ticket prices.

Since April 2018, Powerball is now using an updated format that’s designed to more winners with bigger jackpots. Today, each draw requires seven regular Powerball Australia numbers picked from a pool of 35. And the extra Powerball is drawn from a pool of 20 numbers.

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