DC Powerball Numbers

Get the latest Powerball numbers for the iconic draw game where you can win a jackpot starting at $20 million. There's no limit on the top prize and it often climbs to hundreds of millions of dollars. It's a player favorite across 48 jurisdictions, including DC. For just $2, you have nine ways to win, including a second prize of $1 million. Add the Power Play option for an extra $1 to multiply non-jackpot prizes by up to 10 times.

Below you'll find the latest live DC Powerball winning numbers from the past seven draws. Draws are held three times a week, on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday nights at 10:59 pm ET in Tallahassee, Florida. DC Lottery players must purchase their tickets before sales close at 9:45 pm ET on draw nights.

Saturday July 13th 2024
9 55 59 66 69 21
Power Play: ×2

Double Play:
40 57 59 64 65 15

Next Estimated Jackpot
$64 Million
Cash Lump Sum: $30.7 Million
Wednesday July 10th 2024
7 11 12 27 46 26
Power Play: ×3

Double Play:
16 17 33 56 66 18

Monday July 8th 2024
20 22 31 33 45 1
Power Play: ×3

Double Play:
10 17 19 25 59 8

Saturday July 6th 2024
5 32 35 39 49 21
Power Play: ×2

Double Play:
22 27 52 62 69 4

Wednesday July 3rd 2024
2 26 33 55 57 22
Power Play: ×2

Double Play:
19 22 38 55 61 23

Monday July 1st 2024
5 9 32 39 55 9
Power Play: ×2

Double Play:
12 18 32 59 61 8

Saturday June 29th 2024
26 51 54 61 69 25
Power Play: ×3

Double Play:
6 28 49 53 69 8

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How to Play

It's easy to get started with Powerball - just follow these simple steps.

Choose five main numbers from 1 to 69, plus one red Powerball number from 1 to 26. Or mark Quick Pick and the computer will select your numbers at random. Each wager costs $2, and you can play up to five times (boards) on each bet slip.

Power Play increases your non-jackpot winnings. Add the option to your ticket for an extra $1 per play. During each draw, a Power Play number is randomly selected. Non-jackpot prizes are multiplied by that number - 2, 3, 4, or 5 times. If the jackpot is below $150 million, a 10 times multiplier may be drawn. Power Play does not affect the jackpot, and it always doubles the Match 5 second prize for matching five white balls to $2 million, no matter which number is drawn.

Multi-Draw is the easy way to play your lucky numbers for up to 20 draws in a row. You may play 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, or 20 consecutive draws - just mark the number on the bet slip. Multi-Draw applies to all boards (wagers).

Complete your purchase by the cut-off time of 9:45 pm ET on the day of the draw.

The total ticket cost will reflect the number of wagers and draws you've selected, and whether you've added Power Play. Tickets cannot be cancelled.

Always check your tickets for accuracy, sign the backs, and store them safely.

After the draw, come back to this page to check the results and see if you've won a prize. Match all six numbers drawn by the lottery to win the jackpot. There are plenty of other exciting prizes too, so make sure to check your tickets.

You'll need to be age 18 or older to purchase Powerball tickets or claim prizes.

Prizes and Odds of Winning

Powerball has nine prize tiers, from the multimillion-dollar jackpot down to $4 for matching just the Powerball. The Power Play multiplier add-on increases wins below the jackpot. All prizes other than the jackpot are fixed cash amounts. Check the table below for all the prize levels and chances of winning.

Powerball Prizes
Prize Tier Odds of Winning Prize
Match 5 + Powerball 1 in 292,201,338 Jackpot
Match 5 1 in 11,688,053 $1 million
Match 4 + Powerball 1 in 913,129 $50,000
Match 4 1 in 36,525 $100
Match 3 + Powerball 1 in 14,494 $100
Match 3 1 in 579 $7
Match 2 + Powerball 1 in 701 $7
Match 1 + Powerball 1 in 91 $4
Powerball only 1 in 38 $4
Overall odds of winning a Powerball prize are 1 in 24.87.

DC-Area Powerball Jackpot Winners

Players in the DC region have won some incredible Powerball prizes over the years. Ticket sales started in the District in 1992 and DC has one jackpot winner. Maryland has had two jackpot winners and Virginia has had one since Powerball launched in 2010.

$217 million: Dave Honeywell of Fredericksburg, Virginia picked up his lucky ticket for the February 6, 2013 draw at Richmond International Airport before heading off on a business trip. He and his wife selected the cash option and took home over $136 million.

$144 million: An 82-year-old who had lived in the District all their life hit this amazing jackpot on April 8, 2009. The winner decided to stay anonymous and claimed the lump sum payment of over $79 million via Rockson, LLC - the biggest payout ever by the DC Lottery.

128.8 million: This anonymous Maryland player surely had the best Christmas ever after winning this awesome jackpot on December 24, 2011. They chose the cash option and received more than $81 million.

$108.8 million: The Maryland winner, who chose to remain anonymous, hit the jackpot on September 7, 2011. They decided to take the lump sum of over $65 million in one payout.

How to Claim a DC Powerball Prize

The deadline to claim a Powerball prize in the District of Columbia is 180 days from the winning draw date. All tickets may be redeemed by mail or at the DC Lottery Prize Center. Amounts up to $600 can also be cashed at a lottery retailer, and for wins over $600 and up to $5,000, you may visit a Retailer Plus location.

All lottery wins are treated as income, and if you've won over $5,000, the prize will be subject to Federal and District tax withholdings.

For full details, please see the Where to Claim Prizes page.