The Powerball jackpot for Saturday has grown to an estimated $435 million.
A $1 million winning Powerball ticket expires at 5 p.m. Thursday.
No one won the Powerball jackpot Wednesday night, but if you bought a Powerball ticket in Dillon, check your ticket - you may have won $50,000.
Wednesday's drawing produced a $2 million victor in North Carolina and three $1 million winners each in California, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. A 10X multiplier is available for the Match 4+1 prize and lower prize tiers when the jackpot is at or below $150 million, or when announced.
Telecast live from the Florida Lottery Studios in Tallahassee, the Powerball drawing was for a whopping $380.6 million.
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The jackpot now stands at $435 million, the eighth largest Powerball jackpot in the lottery's history.
Powerball is held in 44 states, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
According to The Los Angeles Times, the odds of winning that Powerball were 1 in 292 million.
The first five regular numbers, which are white balls, are drawn out of a drum; one Powerball, or red ball, is drawn from a separate drum. Players may select their own numbers or let the terminal make the selection for them via a Quick Pick (QP) ticket. The jackpot is now worth $435 million if a victor chooses an annuity payout, or $273.1 million cash if it's paid out in a lump sum. A $3 Power Play ticket wins $2 million.