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What is a Standard ticket?
A Standard game in Powerball is made up of 7 main numbers and 1 Powerball number. Each Standard game gives you one chance of winning a prize. Game numbers can be chosen manually or automatically using the Slikpik function. The minimum ticket you can purchase is 2 game lines.
To play you will need to choose 7 main numbers from 1 to 35, as well as 1 Powerball number from 1 to 20.
How do I win?
Match 7 winning numbers and the Powerball to win Division 1 in Powerball. Winning combinations for each division are shown below. For each game line on your ticket, only the highest division is paid out.
|Division 1||7 winning numbers + the Powerball||1:134,490,400|
|Division 2||7 winning numbers||1:7,078,443|
|Division 3||6 winning numbers + the Powerball||1:686,176|
|Division 4||6 winning numbers||1:36,115|
|Division 5||5 winning numbers + the Powerball||1:16,943|
|Division 6||4 winning numbers + the Powerball||1:1,173|
|Division 7||5 winning numbers||1:892|
|Division 8||3 winning numbers + the Powerball||1:188|
|Division 9||2 winning numbers + the Powerball||1:66|
Can I increase my chances of winning?
You can increase your chances of winning Powerball by purchasing a more advanced ticket type. Click on the ticket types below to see how you can increase your chances of winning Powerball.
What is Powerball?
Powerball is a weekly Australian lotto game played every Thursday night.
In Powerball, there are two barrels of numbers. The first barrel holds 35 balls numbered from 1 to 35. The second barrel holds 20 balls numbered from 1 to 20.
From the first barrel, 7 winning numbers are selected. From the second barrel, 1 number is selected, called the Powerball.
When do entries close?
Powerball entries close every Thursday at 5:25pm AWST.
What time is Powerball drawn?
Powerball is drawn every Thursday at 6:00pm AWST.
How can I check results?
Details of your results are emailed to you following the draw.
You can also navigate to the Powerball results page for a full breakdown of divisions.