Countdown to Powerball’s $100 million draw is on!
This Thursday night’s $100 million Powerball jackpot (draw 1379) is the second biggest prize offered by any Australian lottery game this year!
With $100 million up for grabs, here are some winning trends that have emerged from this year’s division one winners who took home an astonishing Powerball prize!
Where the Powerball jackpots have landed so far this year
So far in 2022, there have been 15 Powerball division one wins that have collectively won more than $454 million in prize money! Nine of these division one wins have been in New South Wales, three in Victoria and one each in Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia.
|State||2022 Powerball division one wins||Total divsion prize money|
|New South Wales||9||$221,084,400.39|
The entry types that have won Powerball jackpots so far this year
Two-thirds of 2022’s Powerball division one winning entries have been QuickPicks (aka the easiest way to play) – where your numbers are randomly generated for you.
About a quarter of the year’s division one winning entries have been PowerHit entries – an entry unique to Powerball that guarantees the all-important Powerball number you need to win division one.
Powerball’s “Hot” and “Cold” numbers
While each and every number has an equal chance of being drawn, we do see some numbers drawn out of the barrel more often than others.
From the main barrel, where seven winning numbers are drawn from 35, the most frequently drawn numbers are 17, 9, 2 and 25, while the least frequently drawn are 33, 31, 34 and 6.
From the Powerball barrel, where a single Powerball number is drawn from 20, the most frequently drawn Powerball number is 19, while the least frequently drawn Powerball numbers are 18, 16 and 14.
We hope these tips and tricks helped you ahead of Thursday night’s Powerball draw!
Don’t forget to purchase your entry via The Lott app, online or a lottery outlet before Powerball draw 1379 closes at 7.30pm AEST on Thursday 20 October 2022. If you’re grabbing an entry, be sure to register your entry to a player card or online account. This means if you win division one, we can call you immediately after the draw with the life-changing news.