Lottery players in Louisiana have continued their string of November wins as we now have confirmation from the Louisiana Lottery this morning that a ticket sold for a game in yesterday’s drawing is worth $190,000. That means a November lottery draw in Louisiana produced another winning ticket of $50,000 or more.
The month began with lottery players across the country all looking forward to a Powerball jackpot that would eventually grow to a record-breaking $2.04 billion. As you can imagine, the more interest there was in this game, the more people started playing. Louisiana players also played well. In fact, every Powerball draw that took place during the month of November produced a winner of $50,000 or more up until last Saturday night’s draw.
Although there was a Powerball draw last night, the big money winner didn’t come from that game. But if you missed the drawing, here’s how it unfolded.
According to the Powerball website, the winning numbers were:
01 02 31 39 66 Powerball 25 Powerplay X2
The Big Wins in Louisiana page now shows Powerball prizes higher than four $200 winners. There are about half a dozen $100 winners generated from tickets sold in Louisiana for this draw.
The Mega Millions jackpot is the game where the next big prize is waiting to be won. This Friday night jackpot draw is set to total an estimated $284 million. The Louisiana Lottery jackpot still has no winner. Next Saturday, when they draw numbers in the next lottery game, the grand prize is estimated to be $2.3 million.
The $190,000 winner of yesterday’s drawing (11/23/22) was in the Easy 5 game. Lottery officials announced that the game has produced a winner based on the numbers chosen in Wednesday’s drawing. A single Easy 5 ticket sold in Slidell may be eligible for the cash. Easy 5 also produced thirty-three $100 winners. So if you’ve played, you might want to double-check your numbers.
Here are last night’s Easy 5 picks:
06 11 18 21 22
Again the big money winner was sold in Slidell. The Easy 5 jackpot will be reset to its normal starting amount for Saturday’s drawing. Remember, when you play the lottery or gambling, only spend what you can afford to lose. Please gamble responsibly.