30th Sep, 2023
$925,000,000
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Oregon Powerball Hot and Cold Numbers
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Oregon 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 Oregon Powerball
Playing Powerball is very simple. Drawings are held twice a week; in them, six different numbers are selected at random, and players that match these numbers on their tickets will receive some winnings, depending on how many numbers they’ve matched. Players pick five white balls ranging from 1 to 69, and one red Powerball from 1 to 26.
In order to buy a Powerball ticket, you have to visit one of the stores authorized for selling them. Then, you’ll have two options:
 Pick the numbers yourself — Take the slip and mark five white numbers and one red number. After you’re done with making your selection, give the slip to the retailer along with $2. If the retailer is busy and you’re in a hurry, you can also insert the slip and the money into a playeroperated terminal.
 Go for the Quick Pick — If you don’t know what numbers you would like to put on your ticket, you can ask the retailer to sell you a slip with randomly selected numbers. This is called the Quick Pick ticket.
If you’re willing to spend an extra dollar on your Powerball ticket, you can also activate the randomly selected Power Play multiplier. With this extra investment, every Powerball cash prize you've won between $4 and $50,000 will be multiplied by the Power Play multiplier, which can be at a value of 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, or 10x.
If you like playing Powerball with the same numbers over and over again, you can activate the consecutive drawings in advance. With a game slip, your numbers can be repeated in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, or 20 consecutive drawings. On the other hand, if you use the Lottery machine, you can participate in up to 24 drawings with the same selection.
Another important thing to remember is to always doublecheck your selection before you pay for your slip. Powerball tickets can’t be returned or canceled, so make sure your slip contains the numbers you want.
Oregon Powerball Drawing Schedule
Powerball drawings take place every Wednesday and Saturday at 8 PM PT. You can purchase your ticket for a drawing at all times except during the draw break, which happens on the drawing day between 7 PM and 8:15 PM PT.
Oregon Powerball Payouts, Odds, and Rules
Oregon Powerball currently offers prizes for nine different combinations. These start at $4, rewarded for players who select the red Powerball. From then on, prizes are increased depending on the number of matches, with the jackpot given to players who manage to match all six numbers. Here are the prizes for each combination, followed by the odds of winning them:
Numbers Matched  Prize  Odds of Winning 
5 white balls + 1 red Powerball  Jackpot  1: 292,201,338.00 
5 white balls  $1,000,000  1: 11,688,053.52 
4 white balls + 1 red Powerball  $50,000  1: 913,129.18 
4 white balls  $100  1: 36,525.17 
3 white balls + 1 red Powerball  $100  1: 14,494.11 
3 white balls  $7  1: 579.76 
2 white balls + 1 red Powerball  $7  1: 701.33 
1 white ball + 1 red Powerball  $4  1: 91.98 
Red Powerball  $4  1: 38.32 
How to Claim Oregon Powerball Prizes
Depending on its size, you can claim your Oregon Powerball prize at the following locations:
 The Lottery’s Headquarters in Salem for wins above $600 (500 Airport Road SE Salem, OR 97301)
 The Wilsonville payment center for prizes between $600$50,000 (9760 SW Wilsonville Road Wilsonville, OR 97070)
 Your Lottery retailer for prizes of $600 or less
Besides the option to claim your prize in person, you can also do it via mail, starting with the first day after the drawing. To do that, you’ll need to fill out a claim form available on the Lottery’s official site and contact the organization by sending a letter to PO Box 14515 Salem, OR 97309
You’ll be able to claim your prize one year from the date of the drawing, after which the ticket will expire, and your winnings will become void.
If you’re not sure whether you’ve won or not, you can check your ticket status in the following ways:
 Check with your Lottery retailer
 Use the Did You Win? terminal
 Check the winning numbers by visiting oregonlottery.org
 Call the tollfree number: 1866DIDIWIN (18663434946)
Oregon Powerball Biggest Winners
Many lottery players from Oregon regularly hit small wins by playing Powerball, but there are also some really lucky people who have managed to claim the main prize. This happened to:
 The Chaney and West Families, who won $340 million in 2005
 Daniel Gannon, who played his lucky numbers and took home $182.7 million in 2007
 Steven Nickell, the winner of $150.4 million in 2018.
Oregon Powerball History and Facts
 The Oregon Lottery was founded in 1984, but the Powerball first appeared in 1992 as an independent game.
 Unlike many other lotteries in the US, Oregon Powerball allows you to claim your prize a year after drawing.
 A total of 53% of the money invested in the Oregon Lottery goes to public schools. Moreover, the Oregon Lottery gives away 15% of its fund for watershed enhancement and State Parks funding.
Other Oregon Lotteries
The Oregon Lottery offers a variety of lotteries other than the Powerball, which players can take part in on a daily basis. These games include Mega Millions, Megabucks, Lucky Lines, and Win for Life.
Oregon Powerball FAQs
How do you win Oregon Powerball?
To win the Powerball jackpot, players must match all six numbers on their ticket. You can either choose the numbers yourself or go for the Quick Pick option and let the system choose them for you. In addition to the regular ticket, you can also activate the Power Play option and enhance your prize.
When is the Powerball draw?
Powerball drawings take place every Wednesday and Saturday at 8 PM PT.
When can you purchase GA Powerball tickets?
You can purchase your tickets at all times, except during a draw break, which happens on the drawing day between 7 PM and 8:15 PM PT.
How much tax do you pay on OR Lottery winnings?
Once you win a prize by playing the Oregon Lottery, the state will take away 8% in state tax, provided that the prize is greater than $1,500. The 8% tax is applied to all Video Lottery Prizes, while the state charges NonVideo Lottery prizes over $5,000 with both the 8% state tax, and 24% in federal taxes.
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.