Powerball Numbers for Minnesota
Powerball is one of the world's most famous lotteries, known for its record-breaking jackpots and played in 48 states and jurisdictions. The top prize starts at $20 million and keeps growing with each draw until it's won. There's a second prize of $1 million, plus seven other prize tiers for a total of nine ways to win. Tickets cost just $2, and for an extra $1, you can add Power Play to multiply non-jackpot wins.
- How to play: Pick five main numbers from 1 to 69 and one red Powerball number between 1 and 26.
- Drawing schedule: Drawings are held every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday night at 9:59 pm CT (10:59 pm ET). Ticket sales close at 9:00 pm CT.
- How to win: Win the jackpot by matching all five main numbers and the Powerball number.
Here are the latest live numbers for Powerball in Minnesota. For more information on the payouts and prizes from the latest draw, showing those winners in MN, click the “View Prize Payout” button below.
1 11 17 20 42 20
Past Powerball Numbers
5 34 36 38 57 7
15 29 32 35 56 9
7 39 54 64 67 11
5 33 40 50 59 6
5 10 31 38 43 20
4 40 42 49 54 24
How to Play
Start playing ASAP with a Quick Pick, or choose your own favorite numbers. Select five numbers from 1-69 and one red Powerball number from 1-26.
Hit the jackpot if you match all five main numbers the Powerball. There are a total of nine prize tiers, including the Match 5 second prize of $1 million.
Check Multi-Draw on the playslip for an easy way to play the same numbers for up to 14 draws in a row. Your ticket cost is $2 per play times the number of draws you enter, and your ticket will print with a date range.
For a chance to multiply non-jackpot prizes, add the Power Play option for an additional $1. A Power Play number is drawn before each Powerball drawing, and increases wins below the jackpot by 2, 3, 4, or 5 times. A special 10X multiplier is also in play when the jackpot is $150 million or below.
The Match 5 prize is always doubled to $2 million with Power Play, no matter which number is drawn. Power Play does not apply to the jackpot.
Prizes and Odds of Winning
According to Powerball.net there are nine ways to win a prize, from matching six numbers to win the jackpot down to just matching the red Powerball. All prizes other than the jackpot are fixed cash amounts.
Jackpot winners have two options to receive their prize: annuity or cash payment.
The annuity is the full advertised jackpot amount, paid as 30 instalments over 29 years (one payment is made immediately). Each payment is 5 percent larger than the prior one. The advertised jackpot reflects the value of the prize pool's investment.
Most winners choose the cash option, a one-time lump sum payment of the amount in the prize pool, which is lower than the advertised jackpot value.
The table below shows the prize payouts and odds for each prize level.
To see how the Power Play option multiplies non-jackpot prizes, scroll down to check out the second table.
|5 of 5 + Powerball||Jackpot||1 in 292,201,338|
|5 of 5||$1 million||1 in 11,688,053|
|4 of 5 + Powerball||$50,000||1 in 913,129|
|4 of 5||$100||1 in 36,525|
|3 of 5 + Powerball||$100||1 in 14,494|
|3 of 5||$7||1 in 579|
|2 of 5 + Powerball||$7||1 in 701|
|1 of 5 + Powerball||$4||1 in 91|
|Powerball Only||$4||1 in 38|
|Overall odds of winning a Powerball prize are approximately 1 in 24.87.|
Power Play Prize Multiplier
Check the table below for how much you could win if you add Power Play for an extra $1 when you purchase your ticket. Power Play multiplies non-jackpot prizes.
The 10X Power Play is only available when the jackpot is $150 million or under.
Note that Power Play increases the Match 5 prize to $2 million no matter which Power Play number is drawn, and Power Play does not apply to the jackpot.
|Match||Prize if Power Play is:|
(1 in 1.79)
(1 in 3.31)
(1 in 14.33)
(1 in 21.5)
(1 in 43)
|5 of 5||$2,000,000||$2,000,000||$2,000,000||$2,000,000|
|4 of 5 + Powerball||$100,000||$150,000||$200,000||$250,000||$500,000|
|4 of 5||$200||$300||$400||$500||$1,000|
|3 of 5 + Powerball||$200||$300||$400||$500||$1,000|
|3 of 5||$14||$21||$28||$35||$70|
|2 of 5 + Powerball||$14||$21||$28||$35||$70|
|1 of 5 + Powerball||$8||$12||$16||$20||$40|
How to Claim Prizes
Congratulations - you've won a Powerball prize! After you've finished jumping up and down, here's what you need to know to redeem your winning ticket.
Most importantly, sign the back of your ticket and keep it in a safe place until you claim.
The deadline to claim a prize in Minnesota is one year from the draw date. Don't leave it too long - once a win expires, it's gone for good.
The Minnesota Lottery encourages all winners of $50,000 and below to claim by mail.
Retailers may pay out wins of $599 or less; for prizes of $600 and above, winners can make the trip to the lottery's Roseville headquarters to receive their check.
For winning tickets worth over $50,000, you'll need to call the lottery to discuss claiming options.
Minnesota lottery prizes above $5,000 have 24 percent federal tax withholdings and 7.25 percent state withholdings deducted before the win is paid. If you are not a resident of the state, your prize is still subject to the 7.25 percent state tax.
For more information, check out the How to Claim Prizes page.
Players must be at least 18 years old to purchase a Powerball ticket or redeem a prize.
MN Powerball History
The origins of Powerball date back to September 1987, when five states and Washington, D.C. formed the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL). The Association launched Lotto*America in 1998, which became Powerball in 1992. Minnesota joined the MUSL in 1990.
On March 7, 2001, Power Play was born. The exciting add-on multiplies non-jackpot prizes for an extra $1.
2010 was a milestone year for Powerball - a cross-selling agreement was reached with Mega Millions, so state lotteries no longer had to choose between offering one game of the other. Finally, players could buy Powerball and Mega Millions tickets in the same jurisdiction.
In October 2015, Powerball got an update - the main numbers increased from 59 to 69, and the Powerball pool dropped from 35 to 26. This made it easier to win a prize, but also decreased the chances of hitting the top prize. The change led to a string of standout record-breaking jackpots.
The biggest lottery jackpot of all time worldwide was a $1.58 billion Powerball prize won on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 and split three ways. John and Lisa Robinson of Munford, Tennessee came forward first, followed by David Kaltschmidt and Maureen Smith from Melbourne Beach, Florida. Six months passed before Chino Hills, California couple Marvin and Mae Acosta claimed their share of the incredible prize. The lucky winners all chose the cash option, sharing $983.5 million!
Mississippi is the latest of the 48 U.S. jurisdictions to offer Powerball - the lottery was a hit, with residents lining up around the block to buy tickets on the first day of sales, January 30, 2020.