27th Nov, 2021
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Georgia Powerball Hot and Cold Numbers
Hot Numbers
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Cold Numbers
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Georgia 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 Georgia Powerball
When it comes to Georgia Powerball, the rules are plain and simple — match all five white balls and the red Powerball to hit the jackpot. To do so, you need to buy tickets and participate in the draw, which can be done physically or online.
First, let’s see what playing Powerball in a GA Lottery retail parlor looks like:
 Visit a GA Lottery store and purchase a Powerball payslip.
 Pick five white ball numbers ranging from 1 to 69, and a red Powerball from 1 to 26.
 Choose a number of plays you’d like to participate in. The maximum is five, and each one costs $2.
 Select the number of consecutive drawings to partake in. You can choose up to 26 drawings and play them with the same numbers each time.
 The Powerball payslip allows you to use the Power Play feature and multiply the nonjackpot winnings 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, or 10x.
 After completing the payslip, sign your name on the back and secure it.
 Follow the live results on the GA Lottery app or on the official website.
However, if you’re planning on playing online, here are the steps to follow:
 Choose the number of tickets to purchase and then select the number of times you want to play with each ticket.
 Pick five numbers from 1 to 69 and add one red Powerball number by choosing from 1 to 26. The Quick Pick feature can generate random numbers and help you complete the payslip.
 You can choose the Power Play feature and boost the nonjackpot prizes even while playing online.
 Once you've completed your tickets, review their details and confirm the purchase.
 The tickets will enter the next draw. If you win less than $600, the money will be transferred directly into your account.
GA Powerball Drawing Schedule
The Georgia Lottery organizes Powerball drawings every Wednesday and Saturday at 11 PM EST. If you want to participate, you can buy the ticket up until 10 PM on the night of the draw.
Georgia Powerball Payouts, Prize Amounts, and Rules
As mentioned, Powerball has simple rules, like any other lottery game. Just pick five numbers from 1 to 69 for the white balls and one from 1 to 26 for the red Powerball.
To win the main prize, you need to match five white ball numbers and guess the Powerball. The drawings occur twice a week, and the main award continues to grow until someone hits the jackpot.
Those who match five white ball numbers but not the red one get a secondtier prize of $1,000,000. Additionally, the GA Powerball features seven other levels that also generate rewards. The table below demonstrates the odds, payouts, and rules of GA Powerball.
Numbers Matched  Prize  Odds of Winning 
5 white + 1 red  Jackpot  1: 292,201,338.00 
5 white  $1,000,000  1: 11,688,053.52 
4 white + 1 red  $50,000  1: 913,129.18 
4 white  $100  1: 36,525.17 
3 white + 1 red  $100  1: 14,494.11 
3 white  $7  1: 579.76 
2 white + 1 red  $7  1: 701.33 
1 white + 1 red  $4  1: 91.98 
Red Powerball  $4  1: 38.32 
How to Claim Georgia Powerball Prizes
Regardless of the prize, Georgia residents can collect their rewards in a few ways:
 Prizes lower than $600 can be claimed at any GA Lottery retailer, either by mail or in the Georgia Lottery office.
 Prizes over $600 need to be claimed at the Georgia Lottery headquarters or the Georgia Lottery district office. They can also be mailed to GA Lottery.
If you’re collecting a prize over $600, you’ll need to fill out a claim form and present two forms of identification, such as a driver’s license, passport, or other form of ID. You should also bring documents that show your Social Security number so that you can receive winnings hasslefree.
People who have won by playing Powerball online will receive an email with instructions on how to claim prizes. Players who have bought Powerball tickets online have 180 days to claim the prize, while those with instant tickets have only 90 days to do so.
Georgia Powerball Biggest Winners
Although it seems impossible to hit the jackpot, there have been some notable winners of the GA Powerball. Here are some of the lucky Georgia residents of recent times:
 In 2010, Gerald L. Render from Mableton bought a ticket and won $116 million.
 A year later, in 2011, there were two winners. One of them was Kathy Scruggs of Decatur, who went home with $25 million. The other prize of $77.1 million was never claimed. Can you imagine missing out on such a reward?
Most recently, a couple from Brookhaven, William and Heather ten Broeke, won a whopping Powerball jackpot of $246 million. They purchased the lucky ticket in Publix Super Market.
Georgia Powerball History and Facts
 Georgia began organizing Powerball draws in 1995. However, it was forced out in 1996 for selling tickets for both Powerball and The Big Game.
 The state rejoined Powerball in 2010.
 The Peach State collects lotto funds, including those from Powerball, and puts them into education.
Other Georgia Lotteries
The Georgia Lottery is packed with various events that attract players from around the state. Depending on your preferences, you can choose among Mega Millions, Jumbo Bucks Lotto, Fantasy 5, Cash 3 Night, Cash 3 Midday, Cash 3 Evening, Cash4Life, Georgia FIVE, and many others.
Georgia Powerball FAQs
How do you win in Powerball?
The gist of Powerball is this: you need to match all five white balls and the red Powerball number to hit the jackpot. Those who match only the five white numbers will get a secondtier prize of $1,000,000.
If you want to boost the nonjackpot prizes, you can opt for the Power Play feature and choose to multiply the rewards 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, or 10x.
When is the Powerball draw?
Georgia Powerball draws numbers every Wednesday and Saturday at 11 PM EST.
How late can you buy GA Powerball tickets?
You can purchase Powerball tickets as late as 10 PM, approximately one hour before the draw.
How much tax do you pay on GA Lottery winnings?
By law, 24% of the winnings are withheld for federal taxes, while 6% goes to state income taxes. If you need help calculating this, you can use the Powerball Tax and Payout Calculator.
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.