Powerball jackpot grows to $510 million for next drawing
TRENTON — Several players in Middlesex, Burlington and Hudson counties were somewhat lucky as the Powerball jackpot goes without a winner for another drawing and grows to over a half billion dollars for Saturday's drawing.
The annuity value of Saturday's jackpot grows to $510 million with a cash value of $324.2 million which would be the fifth highest jackpot in the game's history.
Increased sales that come from a higher jackpot could bring the final jackpot even higher.
The numbers drawn on Wednesday night were 09-15-43-60-64, Powerball: 4, Power Play: 3.
Seven of tickets sold in New Jersey matched four numbers and the Powerball and are worth $50,000 each. Two each were sold in Middlesex County (Edison and Monmouth Junction) and Burlington County (Maple Shade and Edgewater Park) and another in Fair Lawn.
One ticket sold in Jersey City applied the Power Play which triples the prize to $150,000.
The game has not had a winner since the drawing of June 10.
Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com.
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