Florida Powerball Results

Lottery Results Updated : Oct 24, 2021 12:04 AM EST
Next Draw on:

25th Oct, 2021

Estimated Jackpot:

93,000,000

Result Date Jackpot
    Regular Numbers
  • 10
  • 30
  • 51
  • 57
  • 63
  • Powerball
  • 20
  • Power Play
  • 2
Date
Est. Jackpot
$86,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 07
  • 29
  • 36
  • 41
  • 43
  • Powerball
  • 05
  • Power Play
  • 0
Date
Est. Jackpot
$73,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 30
  • 32
  • 48
  • 53
  • 63
  • Powerball
  • 12
  • Power Play
  • 2
Date
Est. Jackpot
$65,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 30
  • 31
  • 41
  • 42
  • 48
  • Powerball
  • 03
  • Power Play
  • 3
Date
Est. Jackpot
$60,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 23
  • 29
  • 47
  • 59
  • 60
  • Powerball
  • 15
  • Power Play
  • 2
Date
Est. Jackpot
$60,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 20
  • 40
  • 47
  • 55
  • 63
  • Powerball
  • 05
  • Power Play
  • 3
Date
Est. Jackpot
$490,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 37
  • 51
  • 54
  • 58
  • 60
  • Powerball
  • 19
  • Power Play
  • 2
Date
Est. Jackpot
$490,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 01
  • 04
  • 18
  • 46
  • 62
  • Powerball
  • 25
  • Power Play
  • 3
Date
Est. Jackpot
$432,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 37
  • 40
  • 50
  • 61
  • 63
  • Powerball
  • 21
  • Power Play
  • 3
Date
Est. Jackpot
$416,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 20
  • 31
  • 38
  • 40
  • 49
  • Powerball
  • 21
  • Power Play
  • 2
Date
Est. Jackpot
$416,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 06
  • 21
  • 49
  • 65
  • 67
  • Powerball
  • 18
  • Power Play
  • 2
Date
Est. Jackpot
$258,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 12
  • 18
  • 20
  • 29
  • 30
  • Powerball
  • 16
  • Power Play
  • 3
Date
Est. Jackpot
$241,000,000
    Regular Numbers
  • 07
  • 24
  • 36
  • 54
  • 60
  • Powerball
  • 23
  • Power Play
  • 2
Date
Est. Jackpot
$226,000,000

Florida Powerball Hot and Cold Numbers

Hot Numbers

Regular Balls
40
14 Times
53
14 Times
4
12 Times
1
12 Times
63
12 Times
21
11 Times
37
11 Times
39
10 Times
44
10 Times
65
10 Times
38
10 Times
61
10 Times
20
10 Times
17
9 Times
52
9 Times
27
9 Times
11
9 Times
67
9 Times
6
9 Times
54
9 Times
60
9 Times
28
8 Times
22
8 Times
50
8 Times
18
8 Times
58
8 Times
31
8 Times
32
8 Times
30
8 Times
Powerball
18
9 Times
5
8 Times
4
7 Times
14
7 Times
3
6 Times
20
6 Times
13
4 Times
6
4 Times
24
4 Times
8
4 Times
10
4 Times
16
4 Times
21
4 Times
19
4 Times
Power Play
2
58 Times
3
37 Times

Cold Numbers

Regular Balls
9
1 Times
64
2 Times
57
4 Times
12
4 Times
24
4 Times
25
4 Times
68
4 Times
26
4 Times
7
5 Times
36
5 Times
42
5 Times
47
5 Times
59
5 Times
62
5 Times
15
5 Times
19
5 Times
2
5 Times
56
5 Times
16
5 Times
10
6 Times
29
6 Times
43
6 Times
55
6 Times
34
6 Times
66
6 Times
33
6 Times
35
6 Times
69
6 Times
3
6 Times
14
6 Times
51
7 Times
41
7 Times
48
7 Times
23
7 Times
46
7 Times
49
7 Times
5
7 Times
8
7 Times
13
7 Times
45
7 Times
Powerball
12
1 Times
15
1 Times
23
2 Times
11
2 Times
17
2 Times
9
2 Times
22
2 Times
2
2 Times
7
2 Times
25
3 Times
1
3 Times
26
3 Times
Power Play
0
1 Times
5
1 Times
10
1 Times
4
2 Times
Florida Powerball represents a chance to win a massive lottery jackpot while helping fund Florida-based projects and services. To participate in this lottery, you don’t need to make a significant investment, with tickets costing $2. Read on to find out how to enrol, when the events take place, and everything else you need to know.

Florida Powerball Odds

Numbers Matched Odds of Winning
5 +1 1 in 292,201,338.00
5 1 in 11,688,053.52
4 + 1 1 in 913,129.18
4 1 in 36,525.17
3 + 1 1 in 14,494.11
3 1 in 579.76
2 + 1 1 in 701.33
1 + 1 1 in 91.98
0 + 1 1 in 38.32

How to Play Florida Powerball

To hit the Florida Powerball jackpot, you’ll first have to purchase a payslip at a retail store authorized to sell them. On each payslip, you’ll see five panels marked by letters from A to E, meaning you’ll be able to take part in up to five plays. This is what you’ll have to do for each of the panels: 

  1. In the upper play area, choose five numbers from 1 to 69 in each of the five panels. If you’re having a hard time selecting your numbers, you can tick the Quick Pick box and the terminal will choose random numbers on your behalf.
  2. In the lower play area, select a single Powerball number in each panel. Once again, you can leave your destiny to the terminal by marking the Quick Pick box.
  3. If you want to use the same numbers in more than one draw, you can do so in two ways. Either select the desired number of draws in the payslip’s Advance Play section, or inform your retailer about the number of draws you’d like to take part in.
  4. Check your selections to make sure you’re happy. Powerball won’t cancel or refund your ticket if you make a mistake.
  5. Once you’re sure the ticket looks right, give it to your retailer, who will print it out.
  6. Wait for the drawing to take place to find out whether you’ve got a winning ticket.

At an additional cost of $1, Powerball players can multiply any potential non-jackpot prizes by ticking the Power Play box, which will apply to all panels and Quick Picks from your payslip. These multipliers are set at 2x, 3x, 5x, or 10x the winning amount. 

To find out the results of a draw, head to the official Florida Lottery website or visit any authorized lottery retailers. Players can also get the necessary information by calling (850) 921-PLAY (7529), or by watching the drawings online.

Powerball Drawing Schedule

Florida Powerball drawings are scheduled for Wednesday and Saturday nights at 10:59 PM EST. Your ticket will be counted if it’s purchased before 10:00 PM EST on the night the drawing takes place. If you purchased your ticket after this deadline, you’ll be entered into the next draw.

FL Powerball Payouts, Odds, and Rules

The rules of Florida Powerball aren’t complicated at all. All you have to do is purchase a ticket, select your lucky numbers or let the terminal choose them for you, and wait for the draw.

Holders of any winning tickets will receive a prize depending on how many of their numbers come up. The minimum amount of the jackpot is $20 million, which is won by players who match all six numbers. This jackpot will rise if there are no jackpot winners, rolling onto the next Powerball draw. Below is a table detailing all the prizes, and how many balls players must match to win them. 

Numbers Matched Prize Odds
5 of 5 numbers + 1 Powerball Jackpot 1: 292,201,338.00
5 of 5 numbers $1 million 1: 11,688,053.52
4 of 5 numbers + 1 Powerball $50,000 1: 913,129.18
4 of 5 numbers $100 1: 36,525.17
3 of 5 numbers + 1 Powerball $100 1: 14,494.11
3 of 5 numbers $7 1: 579.76
2 of 5 numbers + 1 Powerball $7 1: 701.33
1 of 5 numbers + 1 Powerball $4 1: 91.98
Powerball $4 1: 38.32

How to Claim Florida Powerball Prizes

All prizes up to $600 can be paid instantly at any Florida Lottery retail store. However, if your Florida Powerball prize is anything between $600 and $99,999.99, you’ll need to claim it in one of three different ways:

  • In-person by visiting Lottery Headquarters or any district office (you can also set up an appointment in advance)
  • By drop-off
  • By mail

Remember that you must claim your prize within a specified period, which may differ based on the type of game you played; for the Powerball draw, this period is 180 days. In order to claim any prize over $600, you’ll have to fill out a Florida Lottery Winner Claim Form and provide some form of identification, including: 

  • Identification card
  • Driver's license
  • Passport

Florida Powerball Biggest Winners

Although the chances of striking the jackpot are close to zero, there are some Floridians who have done so. Here are some of the latest winners:

  • The latest Florida Powerball jackpot winner bought the ticket at the Circle K on Chaffee Road South in Jacksonville, winning $285.6 million.
  • Thomas Yi (23) is Florida’s youngest jackpot winner ever, taking home $160,038,447.27. 
  • Before Thomas Yi, in 2020, William Richard Kruger received a cash payment of $140,145,006.
  • A much more considerable sum was won by Gloria Charline Mackenzie in 2013 when she took home $370,896,780.54 from a $600,000,000 jackpot.

Powerball History and Facts

  • Florida began selling Powerball tickets in 2009.
  • The Florida Lottery still hasn’t introduced the option for purchasing tickets online. If you want to participate in the drawing, you have to visit one of the authorized retailers.
  • You can choose between getting your prize in 30 smaller annual payments or a one-time cash sum.
  • Florida Lottery gives away proceeds from every dollar spent on tickets to Florida's school children.
  • The Florida Lottery is obliged by the law to provide the information of every Powerball winner.

Other Florida Lotteries

Florida Lottery players can play a range of different games, including Mega Millions, Lotto, Cash4Life, and Fantasy 5. In addition, the Sunshine State also offers daily lottery draws such as Pick 3 Evening, Pick 5 Midday, Pick 4 Evening, Pick 2 Evening, and more.

Florida Powerball FAQs

How can I win a Florida Powerball jackpot?

To win a Florida Powerball jackpot, players must match all six numbers in the draw. 

When does the Powerball draw take place?

Florida Powerball drawings take place every Wednesday and Saturday at 10:59 PM EST.

What happens with the prizes that aren’t claimed?

As per Florida law, 80% of the unclaimed prize amount goes to the Educational Enhancement Trust Fund, while the remaining 20% goes back to the prize pool for future drawings.

Who can take part in the Florida Powerball?

Any player who’s at least 18 years old can try their luck on Florida Powerball.

Use our Powerball payout and tax calculator to find out how much taxes you need to pay if you win the Powerball jackpot – for both cash and annuity options.

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