Powerball Jackpot reaches $700 million, 5th largest in history

OLYMPIA, Wash.— Following recent drawings with no top tier winners, both the Powerball jackpot and HIT 5 cashpot are on the rise. HIT 5, a daily draw game sold only in Washington, draws tonight and has a cashpot valued at $880,000. Powerball, which draws tomorrow, now stands at $700 million, making it the 5th largest jackpot in the game’s history.

Tickets for both games are available for purchase at Washington’s Lottery retail locations throughout the state. Players can find Washington’s Lottery retail locations here.

The HIT 5 drawing will take place at 8:00 p.m. tonight, October 25. HIT 5 tickets are available for purchase at Washington’s Lottery retail locations until 7:45 p.m. PT on the day of the draw. Sales for the next drawing resume the same day at 7:46 p.m.

The Powerball drawing will take place at 7:59 p.m. PT tomorrow, Wed, October 26. Powerball also offers several add-on features, including Double Play for $1, a second-chance drawing at 8:30 p.m. with the chance to win up to $10 million, and Power Play for $1, which offers players the opportunity to multiply their non-jackpot winnings based on the Power Play multiplier randomly chosen at draw time. Tickets for Powerball drawings are available until 6:45 p.m. PT on the day of the draw. Sales for the next drawing resume the same day at 6:46 p.m.

What:                          $880,000 HIT 5 drawing, $700 million Powerball drawing

When:                         Tonight, October 25, 2022: 8 p.m. PT (HIT 5)

Wednesday, October 26, 2022: 7:59 p.m. PT (Powerball)

HIT 5 is a Washington state lottery game that replaced Quinto in 2007. Each play is $1. Players pick five numbers between 1 and 42. Alternatively, players may use Quick Pick by letting the computer select their numbers. With four winning ball combinations, the more numbers that match those drawn, the more a player will win.

Powerball is a national lottery game. Each play is $2. Players pick five numbers between one and 69 and one Powerball number between one and 26. Alternatively, players may use Quick Pick by letting the computer select their numbers. With nine winning ball combinations, the more numbers that match those drawn, the more a player will win. 


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