The Powerball jackpot jumped to $1.73B after Monday night’s drawing didn’t win

The The Powerball jackpot continues to grow No ticket matched all six numbers Monday night to claim the $1.55 billion grand prize.

The biggest jackpot is now valued at $1.73 billion — with a one-time cash payout option of $756.6 million — ahead of Wednesday night’s drawing. It is the second largest prize awarded in the game’s history behind the $2.040 billion jackpot won in November 2022.

The winning numbers drawn on Monday night are 16, 34, 46, 55 and 67, with the red Powerball number being 14. The Power Play option is 3X. According to the game, the odds of winning the grand prize are 1 in 292.2 million.

Five lucky winners After matching all five white numbers, the game announced Monday night that it had won a nice amount. Four players — one each in California, Indiana, Oregon and Virginia — won $1 million, while one player in Florida chose the power play option and won $2 million.

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The Powerball jackpot now sits at $1.73 billion after the prize went unclaimed for the 35th consecutive drawing Monday night. (Joe Radle/Getty Images/Getty Images)

The last time a Powerball player claimed a winning jackpot was on July 19 California took home a $1.08 billion prize. Lottery said. At the time, it was the largest Powerball jackpot of 2023 and the third largest in the game’s history.

The jackpot has been won in 35 consecutive draws since the July win. Powerball claimed that the current run made it the first time in the game’s history to win back a billion-dollar grand prize.

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The Powerball jackpot hasn’t been won since July 19, when a player in California won a $1.08 billion prize. (Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images/Getty Images)

A behind it $754.6 million grand prize A player won in Washington in February, which now marks the game’s seventh-largest prize.

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Powerball tickets are $2 per play Sold in 45 states Washington, DC, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.

The game says more than half of the revenue from a ticket sale stays in the jurisdiction where it was sold.

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