Powerball Spreadsheet – How To Play PowerBall
PICK UP A POWERPLAY PLAYSLIP.
Go to any New York Lottery retailer and pick up a Powerball playslip. Each game costs $2.
EACH PLAYSLIP HAS FIVE GAME PANELS.
Using a blue or black pen or pencil, fill in your choice of five numbers from 1 to 69 in the upper section of a game panel and select one Powerball number from 1 to 26 in the lower section of the same game panel for each game you want to play. Or save time by choosing Quick Pick and letting the computer randomly select numbers for you.
DO NOT TRY TO ERASE.
If you make a mistake, mark the VOID box for that game and move to the next game.
YOU DO NOT NEED TO CHOOSE CASH OR ANNUITY AT THE TIME OF PURCHASE.
You can choose to take a cash payment at the time of the prize claim or within sixty (60) days after you are entitled to the prize. All Powerball prizes over $50,000 and all prizes of $5,000 or more over 180 days or older will be held pending additional security verification as required by the Multi-State Lottery Association.
YOU CAN PLAY THE SAME NUMBERS MULTIPLE TIMES.
You can play the same numbers for more than one draw. Use the multi draws column to select up to 26 consecutive draws. The cost of each game is $2.
HAND IN YOUR PLAYSLIP
Hand your playslip(s) to the retailer, and you’ll receive a separate ticket for each playslip processed.
POWERBALL TICKETS CANNOT BE CANCELLED.
Check your ticket(s) before leaving the retailer location to verify the numbers and the date printed are correct.
WHEN TO PLAY
You can try your luck seven days a week, 4:00 a.m. until terminals close at 3:30 a.m. or 10:00 p.m. on draw nights when the game closes. To avoid last minute lines, play early. Drawings are held every Wednesday & Saturday.
PLAY IT AGAIN
For your convenience, the Play It Again feature allows you to purchase an exact duplicate of a ticket you purchased within the last 30 days. Simply hand the retailer your ticket and ask to “Play It Again”. An identical ticket (same numbers, wager type and wager amount) for the next available draw will be produced. The cost of the “Play It Again” ticket is the same as your original ticket.
HOW TO PLAY POWER PLAY
Power Play is a special feature that allows a winner to multiply their prize amounts. Powerball players can multiply their prizes by 2, 3, 4, 5, or 10 times (10x Power Play multiplier is only available at advertised annuity jackpots of $150 million or less). The jackpot is not multiplied and the Match 5 prize will always be multiplied by X2 for a $2 million cash prize. We pick the Power Play multiplier number at random before each draw. A player must choose the Power Play option when they buy their Powerball ticket. (Note that any set prizes or Power Play prizes, including the Match 5+0 prize, may be reduced if the total amount won exceeds the available prize fund.) Selecting the Power Play option costs an additional $1 per game.
For greater ease you can use the spreadsheet with the following format, please use one of the following formats that suit your use:
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