These are the Saturday, October 19, 2019 winning numbers for Powerball. To stay up to date with the latest lottery information, download our mobile app.
Power Play: 2X
Choose five numbers from 1-69 and one Powerball from 1-26. Players may choose their own numbers or "Quick Pick" to have numbers automatically chosen for them.
*Power Plays act as multipliers for the prize money (prize times 2, 3, 4, 5, or 10)
**Power Play does not apply to the jackpot
Q: When is the Powerball?
A: Powerball drawings take place twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays
Q: Can I buy a Powerball ticket online?
A: If you're outside the U.S. or in Texas, California, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire or Oregon you can purchase Powerball tickets through Lottery.com at play.lottery.com!
Q: What time is the Powerball drawing?
A: 10:59 pm ET
Q: How much is the Powerball?
A: Powerball jackpots roll over until there is a winner or multiple winners. Once one or multiple winners have hit the grand prize, the Powerball resets to the minimum jackpot. You can find the latest Powerball jackpot amounts here on the Lottery.com Powerball Jackpots page.
Q: Did anyone win the Powerball?
A: When Powerball resets to the minimum jackpot, it’s an indication that one or more players won in the most recent drawing.
Q: What are the Powerball numbers?
A: View the latest winning numbers in the Lottery.com app or on the Lottery.com website following each drawing on the Powerball Results page.
Q: What are the odds of winning?
A: Higher than you think! The odds of winning a prize are 1 in 24.9.
|Game Name||Entry Close Time||Possible Numbers||Prize Type||Draw Time||Draw Days|
|Powerball||10:00 PM EST||5 from 1-69 and 1 from 1-26||Jackpot||10:59 PM EST||Wednesday and Saturday|
|Mega Millions||10:45 PM EST||5 from 1-70 and 1 from 1-25||Jackpot||11:00 PM EST||Tuesday and Friday|
|Cash4Life||8:45 PM EST||5 from 1-60||Top Prize||9:00 PM EST||Daily|
|New York Lotto||11:21 PM EST||6 from 1-59||Jackpot||11:21 PM EST||Wednesday and Saturday|
|Numbers Miday||12:20 PM EST||3 from 0-9||Top Prize||12:20 PM EST||Daily|
|Numbers Evening||7:30 PM EST||3 from 0-9||Top Prize||7:30 PM EST||Daily|
|Win 4 Midday||12:20 PM EST||4 from 0-9||Top Prize||12:20 PM EST||Daily|
|Win 4 Evening||7:30 PM EST||4 from 0-9||Top Prize||7:30 PM EST||Daily|
|Take 5||11:00 PM EST||5 from 1-39||Jackpot||11:21 PM EST||Daily|
|Pick 10||7:30 PM EST||10 from 1-80||Top Prize||8:30 PM EST||Daily|
Can I buy a NY Lottery ticket online?
No, although the NY Lottery does offer online subscriptions for draw games, including New York Lotto and Cash4Life.
How much is the NY Lottery today?
You can find the latest NY Lottery jackpot amounts for all of your favorite games here on the Lottery.com New York Lottery Jackpots page.
How long does it take to receive NY Lottery winnings?
Many winnings can be processed on-site at a Lottery Customer Service Center. Claims on jackpot wins, Powerball wins of over $50,000 and Mega Millions wins of more than $500,000 are provided to NY Lottery's Schenectady office for processing. Claims take at least 15 days for processing and longer for jackpot prizes.
How much does NY tax lottery winnings?
The New York Lottery is required to withhold state income tax from all prizes greater than $5,000. The tax withholding rates are as follows:
Can I remain anonymous if I win the lottery in New York?
Like many states, New York does not allow winners to remain anonymous. Winners of $5,000 or more must agree to reveal their identity before collecting their prize. However, New York makes it relatively easy for individuals to collect their winnings under an entity or LLC.
Founded in 1967, the New York Lottery was the third modern U.S. lottery established. The creation of the New York Lottery began on November 8, 1966, when New Yorkers voted to approve a constitutional amendment authorizing a government-run lottery. It passed with over 60% in favor. The proceeds of the lottery were to be "applied exclusively to, or in aid or support of education." Once founded, its first slogan was "Your Chance of a Lifetime to Help Education.” Since its inception, the NY Lottery has generated over $34 billion in aid to education revenue.