No winner! Powerball lottery jackpot soars to $1.3 billion

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DES MOINES, Iowa — If a potential jackpot of nearly $950 million wasn’t enough reason to buy a Powerball lottery ticket, then how about $1.3 billion?

No jackpot-winning numbers were drawn Saturday, January 9th for what’s already the biggest price in U.S. lottery history so $1.3 billion or more will be the top prize Wednesday, January 13th. The lump sum prize is estimated at $806 million.

Wisconsin had nine lucky players from the Saturday Powerball drawing that each won $50,000.

Players should check their tickets to see if they were one of nine $50,000 winning tickets sold at:

Business Name Address County
Dane Kwik Stop 101 W. Main Street – Dane Dane
Bob & Steve’s BP Amoco Shop 1501 9th Street – Menomonie Dunn
Speedway 12340 W. Oklahoma Avenue – West Allis Milwaukee
Casey’s General Store 326 S. Black River Street – Sparta Monroe
Kwik Trip 500 Falcon Ridge Drive – Burlington Racine
Citgo Hy-Way Service Center N905 Sauk Trail Road – Cedar Grove Sheboygan
Mills Gas Mart 3110 Eastern Avenue – Plymouth Sheboygan
Holiday SSG 100 2nd Street – Hudson St. Croix
Consign Center 325 N. Sawyer Avenue – Oshkosh Winnebago

Saturday’s winning numbers were: 16-19-32-34-57 and the Powerball number 13.

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The Multi-State Lottery Association announced the numbers live on television and on its website.

To win the jackpot, a ticket must have all six numbers correct. The first five can be in any order but the sixth must be the Powerball number.

The current jackpot has been growing since November 7. The odds to win are one in 292.2 million.

Powerball is played in 44 states, the District of Columbia, U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

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