5th Oct, 2022
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Michigan Powerball Hot and Cold Numbers
Hot Numbers
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Cold Numbers
 Regular Balls

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Michigan Powerball Payouts and Prize Amounts
Matches 
Prize 
Prize with Powerball Multiplier 

2x  3x  4x  5x  10x  
5 + 1  Jackpot  No Multiplier – Jackpot Only  
5 + 0  $1,000,000  $2,000,000  $2,000,000  $2,000,000  $2,000,000  $2,000,000 
4 + 1  $50,000  $100,000  $150,000  $200,000  $250,000  $500,000 
4  $100  $200  $300  $400  $500  $1,000 
3 + 1  $100  $200  $300  $400  $500  $1,000 
3  $7  $14  $21  $28  $35  $70 
2 + 1  $7  $14  $21  $28  $35  $70 
1 + 1  $4  $8  $12  $16  $20  $40 
0 + 1  $4  $8  $12  $16  $20  $40 
How to Play
Although Powerball is entirely based on luck, experienced players will tell you strategy has its place. Still, if you’re new to the game, you can start slow by following these simple steps:
 Go to your preferred MI Lottery retail store and pick up a payslip.
 Choose five white ball numbers ranging from 1 to 69. You also need to indicate one red Powerball number between 1 and 26. You can select an Easy Pick option and have the numbers randomly selected for you if you want.
 For $1 more, you can activate the Power Play feature that boosts nonjackpot rewards by 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, or even 10x.
 You can choose to participate in up to 30 consecutive Powerball draws with the numbers you selected.
 Once you’re satisfied with your numbers, go to the retailer, and they will print the ticket.
 Now, you just wait and see if your numbers are drawn!
If you’re playing online, the process is slightly different. Here’s how to participate in Michigan Powerball drawings online:
 Select the option for buying tickets online:
 Easy Pick — Choose tickets that will randomly select the numbers.
 Pick My Numbers — Generate your own ticket by choosing five numbers from 1 to 69 and one red Powerball number between 1 and 26.
 Combo My Numbers — Select 6 to 10 random numbers from 1 to 69 and one red Powerball number – the site will then generate tickets with all possible combinations of your chosen numbers.
 Use Favorite Purchase — Purchase tickets from a previously saved number combination.
 You can activate the Power Play option – if you so choose – and increase the odds of hitting the nonjackpot prizes.
 Review your Cart, you also have the option to save the tickets under Favorite Purchase.
 Click on Checkout and pay for your tickets.
 Visit the website and see the timeline for the next draw.
You can watch the draw on TV or check the results on the official Michigan Powerball website.
Powerball Drawing Schedule
Michigan Powerball draws happen every Wednesday and Saturday at 10:59 PM EST. You can purchase tickets as late as 9:45 PM EST on the night of the draw to enter.
Payouts, Odds, and Rules
To participate in a Powerball Michigan draw, simply fill out a ticket by choosing five numbers from 1 to 69 and indicating one red Powerball number between 1 and 26.
To hit the jackpot, you need to match all five numbers and the Powerball. Land the main five numbers, and you’ll grab the $1 million second prize. Besides these two tiers, Michigan Powerball has seven other prize levels.
Numbers Matched  Prize  Odds 
5 White Balls + Red Powerball  Jackpot  1: 292,201,338.00 
5 White Balls  $1 million  1: 11,688,053.52 
4 White Balls + Red Powerball  $50,000  1: 913,129.18 
4 White Balls  $100  1: 36,525.17 
3 White Balls + Red Powerball  $100  1: 14,494.11 
3 White Balls  $7  1: 579.76 
2 White Balls + Red Powerball  $7  1: 701.33 
1 White Ball + Red Powerball  $4  1: 91.98 
One Red Powerball  $4  1: 38.32 
How to Claim Michigan Powerball Prizes
People who have won a Powerball prize have a couple of options for collecting it. Those who have won between $600 and $99,999,99 can claim prizes via:
 Appointment
 Drop off
Before requesting the money, you’ll need the following documents:
 The original winning ticket signed on the back
 A governmentissued photo ID
 An original Social Security card
 A completed ticket receipt form
If you’ve won a prize of $100,000 or more, you’ll have to visit the Michigan Lottery headquarters to claim the money. For any further details and instructions, visit the official website of Michigan Lottery.
Michigan Powerball Biggest Winners
Given the big difference between the first two Powerball prizes and the other seven, many people dream of the main jackpot. While most are not lucky enough to land it, some are, including this fortunate people:
 Most recently, Cristy Davis of Waterford won a Powerball prize worth $70 million. She bought the easypick ticket at the Huron Plaza Liquor in Pontiac. Since her win in February 2020, many people have attempted to defraud her. A lesson to be very careful if you do win big!
 A year earlier, Philip Chippewa of Suttons Bay, a father of seven and grandfather of 21, hit the Powerball jackpot and went home with $80 million.
 In 2015, Julie Leach purchased a Powerball ticket at a Shell Gas station before going to work. She nearly forgot to check the drawn numbers – when she did, she realized she’d won a whopping $310 million!
 In 2012, Donald Lawson of Lapeer was the winner of the largest Powerball prize. He hit the $337 million jackpot but decided to take the lump sum, going home with $224 million before taxes.
 In 2010, a person who has chosen to stay anonymous bought a Powerball ticket in the Uptown Bookstore in Highland Park, which landed them a staggering $128.6 million!
Powerball History and Facts
 Powerball entered the US in 1992, but Michigan joined decades later, in 2010.
 Powerball winners have 180 days to come forward and claim their prize.
 MI Powerball jackpot winners can choose to cash out the lump sum or receive 30 annual payments.
 Unlike other states, Michigan publicly announces the names of Powerball winners.
 Players have nine ways to win and a 1 in 25 chance of collecting a cash prize.
Powerball FAQs
How do you win in Powerball?
To win the Powerball jackpot, you need to match five white balls in any order and one red Powerball number. There are eight other rewards you can win, including the second prize which is worth $1 million.
When is the Powerball draw?
Michigan Powerball draw is scheduled for every Wednesday and Saturday at 10:59 PM EST.
How late can you buy Michigan Powerball tickets?
People can buy online and instore tickets for the current draw until 9:45 PM EST on the night of the draw.
How much tax do you pay on MI lottery winnings?
The Michigan lottery doesn’t subject prizes between $601 and $5,000 to any taxes. However, it has to report the winnings to the Michigan Department of Treasury and IRS. Winnings that surpass $5,000 are automatically subject to a 4.35% state tax and a 24% federal tax.
Other Michigan Lotteries
If you want to learn more about the latest Michigan lottery results, draw dates, current jackpots, and other details, check out Mega Millions, Classic Lotto 47, Fantasy 5, Poker Lotto, Lucky for Life, and Keno. The state also features daily draws, like Daily 4 Midday, Daily 3 Evening, Daily 3 Midday, and Daily 4 Evening.