One or more Aussies could be on cloud nine if they become Powerball’s ninth division one winner of 2020 and take home tomorrow night’s $40 million jackpot.

The Powerball prize has been climbing for the past three draws after no entry held the seven winning numbers and all-important Powerball number needed to score division one.

During this time, seven division two winners have been tantalisingly close to becoming overnight multi-millionaires, with their entries holding all numbers except for the Powerball number.

So far this year, Powerball has crowned eight division one winners who have pocketed more than $300 million in prize money. This tally includes two winners who each pocketed $80 million.

Our team will be standing by tomorrow night to see if this week might deliver the game’s ninth division one winner for the year.

We are expecting up to one-in-six Australian adults to have an entry in this week’s $40 million Powerball draw as it’s the largest jackpot currently offered by an Australian lottery game. In fact, this is only the third time this year that Powerball has offered a $40 million jackpot.

On the previous two occasions no one won the $40 million prize and the jackpot soared higher for the following weeks’ draws. We can’t wait to see what happens this time around.

Just imagine how your plans for the rest of 2020 and the rest of your life could change if you took home a life-changing $40 million!

A multi-million-dollar prize like this is bound to put a spring in the step of any division one winner.

We have two key pieces of advice to anyone wanting to take home the $40 million Powerball jackpot tomorrow night: 

  1. You do need to be in it for the chance to win it so make sure you have a ticket in your hand well before the draw’s close at 7:30pm AEST.
  2. Make sure you register your entry to a player card. If your numbers are drawn, you’ll want to know you’re a multi-millionaire as soon as possible. By registering your entry, your prize is secure and we can contact you with the winning news immediately after the draw.

Tickets into tomorrow night’s $40 million Powerball draw can be purchased at any licensed lottery outlet, online from or via the Lott mobile app.