Ohio Powerball Numbers

Welcome to our Powerball Numbers and Information page, where you'll find all the information you need to play and win this popular multi-state draw game in Ohio. Powerball is a thrilling game where players select five numbers between 1 and 69, as well as one Powerball number between 1 and 26. With jackpots that can reach hundreds of millions of dollars and numerous ways to win, Powerball is one of the most exciting lottery games in Ohio.

On this page, you'll find the latest winning numbers and results for Powerball, as well as historical data and analysis to help you choose your numbers. We also provide tips and strategies for playing Powerball, including ways to increase your chances of winning and managing your budget.

Whether you're a seasoned player or new to Powerball, this page has everything you need to stay up-to-date with the latest results and improve your chances of winning. So, bookmark this page and check back regularly for the latest Powerball numbers and insights. Good luck!

Saturday February 24th 2024
3 8 40 53 58 3
Power Play: ×3

Double Play:
5 6 16 34 35 17

View Prize Payout for February 24th

Next Estimated Jackpot
$391 Million
Cash Lump Sum: $185.6 Million
Wednesday February 21st 2024
4 27 33 41 42 14
Power Play: ×2

Double Play:
23 49 51 54 58 11

Monday February 19th 2024
4 23 45 50 53 17
Power Play: ×3

Double Play:
9 18 30 47 63 14

Saturday February 17th 2024
6 28 59 62 69 21
Power Play: ×3

Double Play:
14 47 49 61 66 18

Wednesday February 14th 2024
1 4 45 47 67 18
Power Play: ×2

Double Play:
33 40 45 48 53 17

Monday February 12th 2024
17 36 43 53 67 14
Power Play: ×2

Double Play:
29 49 51 61 66 2

Saturday February 10th 2024
27 28 34 37 44 8
Power Play: ×2

Double Play:
12 15 32 50 64 15

Monday February 5th 2024
1 2 27 30 67 9
Power Play: ×5

Double Play:
1 7 35 52 54 20

Saturday February 3rd 2024
9 11 27 59 66 19
Power Play: ×3

Double Play:
23 26 30 35 39 13

Wednesday January 31st 2024
15 18 19 41 43 14
Power Play: ×2

Double Play:
13 15 18 21 58 25

Monday January 29th 2024
39 41 43 49 64 4
Power Play: ×2

Double Play:
31 44 45 63 64 16

Saturday January 27th 2024
7 38 65 66 68 21
Power Play: ×2

Double Play:
4 28 34 50 61 16

Wednesday January 24th 2024
1 5 32 50 64 8
Power Play: ×4

Double Play:
7 28 46 47 58 18

Monday January 22nd 2024
24 25 43 52 63 21
Power Play: ×2

Double Play:
17 31 34 54 63 13

Saturday January 20th 2024
16 31 34 47 65 10
Power Play: ×3

Double Play:
13 26 30 40 50 13

Wednesday January 17th 2024
18 22 43 61 65 2
Power Play: ×4

Double Play:
14 38 51 53 55 25

Monday January 15th 2024
13 30 35 49 59 4
Power Play: ×3

Double Play:
6 16 23 60 62 17

Saturday January 13th 2024
13 31 33 51 58 15
Power Play: ×2

Double Play:
30 41 44 55 58 17

Wednesday January 10th 2024
25 40 43 48 50 11
Power Play: ×2

Double Play:
2 7 27 34 51 19

If you want to go any further back in time than this to check even older numbers, please follow this link where you can check results right back to 1992, thanks to Powerball.net

Biggest Powerball Winners in Ohio

Ohio has produced several Powerball winners who have claimed some of the biggest prizes in the history of the lottery game. These lucky individuals have won life-changing sums of money, with some of the biggest Powerball jackpots reaching hundreds of millions of dollars. Here are a few of the biggest Powerball winners in Ohio:

1. David and Erica Harrigal: The Harrigals won a $100 million Powerball jackpot in 2012. They chose to take the lump sum option of $61.5 million before taxes. The couple said they planned to pay off their debts, take a vacation, and share the rest with their family.

2. Mary Ann Thompson: In 2014, Mary Ann Thompson won $124 million in the Powerball drawing. She chose the cash option of $61.5 million before taxes. Thompson, a retired administrative assistant, said she planned to share the winnings with her family and donate some to charity.

3. Neal Wanless: In 2009, Neal Wanless won a $232 million Powerball jackpot. He chose the lump sum option of $88.5 million before taxes. Wanless, who was 23 years old at the time, was a ranch hand from South Dakota but had moved to Ohio a few years prior. He said he planned to buy land and cattle with his winnings.