Where was winning Powerball ticket sold Australia?
Syndicate from Perth gym wins $80 million Powerball Lotto jackpot.
Where in QLD was the winning Powerball ticket sold?
The winning ticket was sold at a newsagency in Townsville, north Queensland. The winning numbers were 13, 19, 18, 17, 11, 16 and 20; the Powerball number 15.
Where was last nights Powerball winning ticket sold?
The winning ticket in California was sold at a 7-Eleven convenience store in Sacramento, the California Lottery said. The winning numbers for the Powerball jackpot drawn Wednesday night were 6, 14, 25, 33 and 46.
Which newsagent sold the winning Powerball ticket?
Newsagent Pradeep Ahluwalia, who sold the woman her ticket, said it was by far the largest prize he’d ever sold.
Where was the 50 million won last night?
Someone who bought a Lotto Max ticket in Saskatoon will be feeling very lucky. It’s a winner worth $50 million. The ticket sold matched all seven numbers — 4, 5, 31, 39, 42, 45, and 50. The big win came in Friday night’s draw.
What does 1 number and the Powerball win?
If your Powerball matches the one that is drawn you will get your $2 ticket purchase back and a couple bucks more, for a total of $4. The odds of your ticket matching only the Powerball is 1 in 38.
Where are the best Saturday markets in Brisbane?
From farmers markets to trash’n’treasure, fashion, artisan and street food, from morning markets to twilight, from beach to city to country, 18 of the top Saturday markets in and around Brisbane: Wandering around this market by the seaside at Manly, is certainly an idyllic way to spend Saturday morning and a magic start to any weekend.
What is Australia’s biggest lottery prize of 2022 so far?
The eye-watering jackpot – Australia’s biggest lottery prize of 2022 so far — will have up to one-in-four Aussie adults are expected to vie for it. The winner will not only be Powerball’s second division one winner of the year but also share the title of Australia’s third-biggest lottery winner ever.
Where are the best craft markets in Australia?
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