When do lottery tickets stop selling
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When Do Stores Stop Selling Powerball Tickets in Illinois?
Saturday’s winners in Illinois snagged their lucky tickets at 15 different stores. Maybe you’ll get lucky with a late ticket on Jan. 13.
Morgan Searles , Patch Staff
Just how late can you wait today to buy a ticket for the largest Powerball jackpot ever? The winning numbers for the estimated $1.5 billion jackpot up for grabs tonight will be selected at 9:59 p.m. Central time Wednesday, Jan. 13. A lump-sum payout for the winner is worth $930 million before taxes.
In Illinois, ticket purchases through the lottery website stop about three hours before the draw takes place. But if you buy tickets in person at a store, the cut-off time depends on each retailer, according to the Illinois Lottery.
Generally, most Illinois lottery ticket dealers stop selling tickets one hour before the drawing — 8:59 p.m.
What will the Powerball jackpot be if nobody wins? Saturday’s Powerball jackpot would be $2 billion, with a $1.24 Billion cash payout. That would be more than a $1 billion increase in a week.
The data analytics website FiveThirtyEight estimates 1.008 billion total Powerball tickets will be sold, which translates to a 97 percent chance of at least one winner.
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Players can also purchase their tickets online at illinoislottery.com or at nearly 8,000 retailers statewide.
Though no one picked up a cool $949 million in the Jan. 9 Powerball drawing, 15 lucky lottery players in Illinois won $50,000 by matching four out of five numbers and the Powerball number.
The winning numbers in Saturday’s drawing were 16 – 19 – 32 – 34 – 57 with Powerball number 13.
No one in the state won a $1 million payout, meaning no one in Illinois matched five numbers without the Powerball.
Recent Winning Ticket Sellers in Illinois
According to the Illinois Lottery, the following retailers sold the $50,000 prize-winning tickets.
- Pizza Pros, Dekalb
- 7 Eleven, Arlington Heights
- Speedway, Homer Glen
- Paralyzed Veteran of America, Chicago
- HyVee Food Store, Sycamore
- Colonial Liquors, Des Plaines
- Par A Dice, East Peoria
- 95th Mart Citgo, Chicago
- Oak Park Gas Mart, Oak Park
- Star 7 Liquor, Naperville
- Speedway, Schaumburg
- Thornton Gas, Oak Lawn
- Caseys, Rock Falls
- Freedom Oil, Lexington
- Plano Liquors, Plano
Saturday’s Powerball tickets in Illinois reportedly won more than 633,000 prizes, from $4 to $50,000.
As of Tuesday evening, the Jan. 13 Powerball jackpot reached $1.5 billion, which is the largest, single-prize lottery jackpot in world history.
When Do Stores Stop Selling Powerball Tickets in Illinois? – Oak Park-River Forest, IL – Saturday's winners in Illinois snagged their lucky tickets at 15 different stores. Maybe you'll get lucky with a late ticket on Jan. 13.