Powerball Tickets: The Secrets To Winning As The Lott Jackpot Soars To $60 Million Tonight

The $60 million jackpot is the third largest Australian lottery prize this year (stock image)

The $60 million jackpot is the third largest Australian lottery prize this year (stock image)

REVEALED: Simple Tricks To Increase Your Chances Of Winning Australia’s $60MILLION Powerball Jackpot Tonight

  • Division One Powerball Jackpot Is At $60 Million For This Thursday
  • The amount is the third largest lottery prize offered so far in 2022
  • Organizers have revealed past lucky numbers, locations and ticket types

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The Powerball jackpot has risen to $60 million after there were no first division winners for the past four weeks.

The amount is the third largest Australian lottery jackpot to date in 2022, with one in six adults expected to win a ticket in Thursday night’s draw.

The organizers have revealed some tips to increase your chances of claiming the money, including which numbers are the happiest and which venues have sold the most winning tickets.

“There have been six winning Powerball Division 1 entries in 2022 so far that have raised more than $226.6 million.” said Lott spokesman Matt Hart.

The $60 million jackpot is the third largest Australian lottery prize this year (stock image)

The $60 million jackpot is the third largest Australian lottery prize this year (stock image)

The $60 million jackpot is the third largest Australian lottery prize this year (stock image)

“Three of these wins were in New South Wales, with one each in Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia.”

“Two-thirds of those winning entries were QuickPick, where the numbers are picked for you by the computer when you buy a ticket.”

Mr. Hart also said that syndicates have performed well this year, with a third of the first division winners being part of a group.

Also accounting for a third of 2022 wins were unique Powerhit entries, which guarantee that one of your songs is the all-important Powerball.

Also recommended by Mr Hart is to have an online account where you can check your numbers right after the draw – instead of going to the kiosk or waiting for Powerball to contact you.

“Imagine starting Friday the 13th as Australia’s newest multimillionaire?” said Mr Hart.

Entries close at 7.30pm on Thursday and the draw will take place a few hours later.

Organizers have revealed previous winning location and numbers (stock image)

Organizers have revealed previous winning location and numbers (stock image)

Organizers have revealed previous winning location and numbers (stock image)

Australia’s 2021 lottery hot spots and lucky numbers

Statistics collected by the Lott reveal that the most frequently drawn main barrel numbers in the past year were 17, 7, 9, 11 and 25. The least drawn numbers were 6, 31, 15 and 33.

For the Powerball itself, the most drawn number is 19 – while the least drawn number is 18.

Victoria: the zip codes of 3004 for Melbourne, 3028 for Altona Meadows, 3429 for Sunbury and 3199 for Frankston each sold three division one winning entries.

NSW and the ACT: the zip code of 2444 for Port Macquarie sold four first division winning entries, while 2127 for Wentworth Point/Sydney Olympic Park and 2750 for Penrith/South Penrith each sold three winning first division entries.

Queensland: the 4817 Kirwan/Thuringowa zip code sold four first division winning entries, while the 4680 Gladstone and 4740 Mackay zip codes both sold three first division winning entries.

South Australia: the zip code of 5000 for Adelaide, 5009 for Kilkenny and 5253 for Murray Bridge each sold two winning entries from the first division.

Tasmania: the postcodes of 7310 for Devonport and 7320 for Burnie each sold two winning entries from the first division.

Northern Territory: the 0836 zip code for Humpty Doo brought in the area’s biggest prize of 2021 at $35 million.

Western Australia: the zip code of 6330 for Albany and 6163 for Spearwood sold three division one winning entries.

Source: The Lott Australia

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