9th Dec, 2023
$468,000,000
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How to Play Oklahoma Powerball
Playing OK Powerball is incredibly simple and inexpensive. You effectively only need to choose your numbers, buy the ticket, wait for the drawing, and check if you’ve won. Here’s the whole process in a little more detail:
 Buy an OK Powerball ticket by visiting one of the official retailer locations near you and asking for an OK Powerball payslip.
 The slip contains five plays. To play one, pick five numbers from the field with 69 numbers. Just mark the numbers you want or the Quick Play (QP) box to let the computer choose the numbers for you.
 Move to the field below with 26 Powerball numbers and choose one. Once again, you can let the system do it by ticking the QP box.
 To become eligible for higher wins, you can tick the box for the Power Play. This multiplies your original prize two, three, four, five, or ten times and you are charged an additional $1 for every play.
 If you want to play more draws without buying tickets later on, you can choose the Advance Action option. Just mark the number of draws you wish to participate in. You can select 2, 4, 8, 10, 20, or 26 draws.
 If you make a mistake, mark the void box to cancel that play from the ticket.
 Once you’re settled with your selections, you can finally print out the ticket and floor the draw.
Each ticket has fields for five separate plays, so you can always repeat the same process with an additional field area if you want to play more combinations per draw.
Remember that you can purchase a ticket for a specific draw by 8:59pm on the day of the draw.
Powerball Drawing Schedule
The draws take place every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 9:59 p.m. Every time you want to participate, you’ll have to buy the ticket by 8:59 p.m, or in other words, an hour before the draw takes place at the latest.
You can check your numbers and see if you’ve won:
 On the official Oklahoma Lottery website
 Through the official Oklahoma Lottery app, downloadable from the App Store or Play Store
 At your local Oklahoma Lottery Retailer
Payouts, Odds, and Rules
The rules in Powerball are always simple. All you need to do is choose five whiteball numbers ranging from 1 to 69 and a single Powerball number in a range from 1 to 26. If you guess all six correctly, you win the jackpot. If you guess less, you get a specific prize that depends on the combination. Here’s a table for easier understanding:
Numbers Matched  Prize  Power Play 2x  Power Play 3x  Power Play 4x  Power Play 5x  Power Play 10x  Odds 
5 White Balls + Powerball  Jackpot  Jackpot  Jackpot  Jackpot  Jackpot  Jackpot  1:292,201,338.00 
5 White Balls  $1 million  $2 million  $2 million  $2 million  $2 million  $2 million  1:11,688,053.52 
4 White Balls + Powerball  $50,000  $100,000  $150,000  $200,000  $250,000  $500,000  1:913,129.18 
4 White Balls  $100  $200  $300  $400  $500  $1,000  1:36,525.17 
3 White Balls + Powerball  $100  $200  $300  $400  $500  $1,000  1:14,494.11 
3 White Balls  $7  $14  $21  $28  $35  $70  1:579.76 
2 White Balls + Powerball  $7  $14  $21  $28  $35  $70  1:701.33 
1 White Balls + Powerball  $4  $8  $12  $16  $20  $40  1:91.98 
One Powerball  $4  $8  $12  $16  $20  $40  1:38.32 
How to Claim Prizes
Claiming your prize depends on how much you’ve won:
 Less than $99 — Visit an OK Powerball Retailer to claim the prize.
 Between $100 and $600 — Email an image of both the front and back of the ticket and a picture of a deposit letter and voided check (with the name of your bank account, routing number, and account number) to [email protected].
 Between $601 and $49,999 — Send an email to the same address as before with the same details, together with an image of a completed Oklahoma Lottery Claim Form, governmentissued photo ID, and proof of your social security number.
 $50,000 or more — Visit the Oklahoma Lottery Winner Center or claim the prize through mail.
You need to be at least 18 years old to claim the prize, and you can’t get it if it’s more than 180 days old.
Also, you can always claim any prize at the Winner Center, as long as you provide the needed documents. And, you can always send a mail request instead of an email to:
Oklahoma Lottery
P.O. Box 548810
Oklahoma City, OK 73154
Oklahoma Powerball Biggest Winners
Powerball began in 1992, but Oklahoma introduced it in 2006. Since then, several players from Oklahoma have won massive prizes. The biggest ones were:
 Don & Joyce Harvey — $105.8 million on June 27, 2007, in Roland, OK.
 WJW Investment Trust — $101.8 million on June 17, 2006, in Broken Arrow, OK.
 The Heritage Trust — $84.9 million on July 02, 2008, in Altus, OK.
Oklahoma Powerball History and Facts
 Even though Powerball began in 1992, it started in Oklahoma in 2006.
 Oklahoma is one of the states where you can’t buy a Powerball ticket online. You can only do so at an official OK Powerball Retailer.
 The single Oklahoma Winner Center is located at 300 N. Broadway in downtown Oklahoma City.
 You need to be at least 18 years old to play the OK Powerball.
 Oklahoma has one of the lower tax rates on lottery winnings, sitting at only 4%. Out of the states with a tax rate on lottery winnings, only Indiana, Pennsylvania, and North Dakota have lower rates than Oklahoma.
Other Oklahoma Lotteries
Oklahoma has several other lotteries besides Powerball. These include Mega Millions, Lotto America, Lucky for Life, Cash 5, and Pick 3. There’s also QUICKTICKET, a new way of playing the Powerball and Mega Millions.
Oklahoma Powerball FAQs
How do you win in Powerball?
To win the biggest prize, you need to correctly guess all six numbers — the five whiteball numbers and the one Powerball number. You can also win smaller prizes if you guess only a couple of numbers. You can see all the combinations in the Payouts, Odds, and Rules section of this guide.
When is the Powerball draw?
The OK Powerball draw takes place three times every week, on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 9:59 p.m.
How late can you buy an OK Powerball ticket?
You can buy the ticket at any point before 8:59 p.m. on the day of the draw.
How much tax do you pay on Oklahoma Powerball winnings?
You need to pay both the 25% federal and 4% state tax on your winnings.