How to Play Powerball

  1. Select 5 out of 69 white ball numbers (these can be drawn in any order to win). Then select 1 out of 26 numbers for the Powerball.
  2. You may use a playslip to select your numbers or ask the clerk for an EASY PICK and the computer will select them for you. If you make a mistake on the playslip, mark the VOID box and select your numbers on the next panel.
  3. Each play costs $2 and each panel is a separate play. Add Power Play for an extra $1 per play to multiply your winnings up to 10 times. The Power Play multiplier does not apply to jackpot prizes.*
  4. Play a set of numbers for more than 1 drawing by marking the MULTIDRAW box on the playslip for up to 10 consecutive drawings.
  5. Tickets may be purchased until 8:59 the evening of the drawing. Drawings are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 9:59 pm.
  6. Jackpots start at $40 million.
  7. Prizes must be claimed within 180 days of the winning draw date.
  8. Once printed Powerball tickets cannot be cancelled.

*Power Play
Power Play costs an extra $1 per play and guarantees to multiply any prize won by 2, 3, 4, 5 or 10 times. The Power Play multiplier does not apply to jackpot prizes and is selected at random during every drawing. The match 5 of 5 white ball prize is set at a fixed amount of $2 million for players that purchased the Power Play option.

Powerball Playslip 2015

Winning Numbers

Powerball numbers are drawn Wednesday and Saturday nights at 9:59 p.m. CST.

To check your numbers visit our website at http://www.lottery.ok.gov/powerball, call (405) 522 7700 or visit any Oklahoma Lottery retail location.

Sign up for Oklahoma Lottery Email & Text Alerts to have the winning numbers sent to your mobile phone or emailed after each drawing.

Watch the drawing live on the web at http://www.powerball.com

Prizes

There are 9 ways to win! You can win a prize by matching just the Powerball number or win the jackpot by matching all 5 white ball numbers (in any order) plus the Powerball number.

Powerball Prize Matrix 2015

Jackpot winners have 60 days from the date they claim their prize to decide between a lump-sum payment or a 30-year annuity.