Wednesday, October 23, 2019 Wisconsin Powerball Winning Numbers

These are the Wednesday, October 23, 2019 winning numbers for Powerball. To stay up to date with the latest lottery information, download our mobile app.

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Powerball

10/23/2019

$120 MILLION

Jackpot

5
12
50
61
69
23

Power Play: 2X

How to Play Powerball

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.

How to Win Powerball

  • Match all five of the winning numbers drawn PLUS the Powerball to win or share the jackpot prize.
  • Match all five of the winning numbers drawn to win a $1,000,000 prize.
  • Match all five of the winning numbers drawn with Power Play option (regardless of the Power Play multiplier) to win a $2,000,000 prize.
  • Match four out of five winning numbers PLUS the Power Ball to win $50,000.
  • Match four out of five winning numbers to win $100.
  • Match three out of five winning numbers PLUS the Powerball to win $100.
  • Match three out of five winning numbers to win $7.
  • Match two out of five winning numbers PLUS the Powerball to win $7.
  • Match one out of five winning numbers PLUS the Powerball to win $4.
  • Match only the Powerball to win $4.

*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

Other Powerball FAQs

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.

Wisconsin Lottery FAQs

Can I remain anonymous if I win the lottery in WI?

No, Wisconsin has an “open records law.” The lottery, upon request, must release the name and city of the winner, along with the prize amount. However, any other information about the winner will be released only with the winner’s consent and it’s a winner's choice if they would like to speak to the media.

How much is the WI Lottery today?

You can find the latest WI Lottery jackpot amounts for all of your favorite games here on the Lottery.com Wisconsin Lottery Jackpots page.

How much will I pay in taxes if I win the WI Lottery?

Prizes of $2,000 to $5,000 are subject to state taxation of 7.65%. Prizes greater than $5,000 are subject to a 7.65% state tax and a 24% federal tax.

How long does it take to receive WI Lottery winnings?

For prizes of $100,000 or greater, it typically takes three business days to process the claim from the time the claim is received, but please allow at least two weeks to make sure the claim is received.

Can I buy a WI Lottery ticket online?

At this time, tickets must be purchased at an authorized retailer.

About the Wisconsin Lottery

The WI Lottery was approved by state legislature in 1988 and is run and overseen by the Wisconsin Department of Revenue. The Wisconsin Lottery supports homeowners by generating funds for property tax credits. Since its inception, the WI Lottery has generated more than $15.3 Billion in total revenue, and more than 93% of that revenue has gone back to winners, retailers, and Wisconsin homeowners.