Powerball Draw 1384: How to enter a $50 million win and top tips to take home the jackpot

Officials at The Lott have shared details on how best to position yourself to win Thursday night’s $50 million Powerball jackpot.

It is estimated that one in six Australians will buy an entry into the 1384 Powerball drawing for a chance to draw the winning numbers.

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According to The Lott spokesman Matt Hart, there have already been more Powerball Division 1 wins in 2022 than in 2019, 2020 or 2021.

“Powerball has been on a winning streak this year,” he said.

And while every person who bets on their entry has a chance of winning, lottery officials say some winning trends have emerged.

So what exactly makes a successful post?

The top tips you need to take home the Powerball jackpot

While every person who bets on their entry has a chance of winning, lottery officials say some winning trends have emerged.

So what exactly makes a successful post?

Lott spokesman Matt Hart shared four trends that have emerged this year and highlighted common details of the Division One winning entries. They are:

Quick Picks – Even if your lucky numbers seem magical to you, two-thirds of this year’s Powerball winners have opted for entries where numbers are drawn at random from the lottery terminal.

power hit – This is a unique Powerball entry that guarantees the all-important Powerball number you need to win Division 1. “About a quarter of this year’s Division 1 Powerball winners were PowerHit entries,” Hart said.

Hot Numbers – The most frequently drawn winning number from the main barrel is 19, followed by 17, 9, 2 and 7.

cold numbers – The least frequently drawn is 18, followed by 33, 31, 34, and 6.

Lottery officials encourage participants to register their participation online, otherwise a lost ticket is all but gone.

“When you hit the jackpot, you’re going to want to know right away,” Hart said.

“By registering your entry, we will be able to contact you immediately after the draw to confirm the life-changing news.”

How long do you have to wait to get your $50 million if you win Powerball tonight?

So what happens if you’re lucky enough to take home the Division One prize?

Do you have to wait months for your money and how does the cold cash end up in your account?

The Lott has confirmed that winners will receive their millions two weeks after winning the jackpot.

That’s 14 days to plan exactly how to spend your winnings in style before they are credited to your account.

The Lott says four things will happen to registered users immediately after they land the winning numbers in Powerball.

What happens when you win Division One?

  1. A representative from The Lott will call you using the contact number provided in your account with the good news.
  2. The Lott will send you a letter to confirm your Division One Powerball win – as well as some “congratulatory gifts” to celebrate your victory.
  3. The Lott says you will then have to wait two weeks to receive your winnings. “You have a two-week tentative period to plan what you’re going to do with your life-changing prize,” says The Lott.
  4. The prize is then deposited into your online account so you can withdraw the millions to a bank account of your choice.

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