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PowerPlay Odds

Jackpot is over US $150m — Without 10x multiplier (42 multipliers in pool)
Power Play Multiplier 2x 3x 4x 5x
5-ball prize: US $2 million. All other prizes multiplied by the number on the selected multiplier.
Odds 1 in 1.75 1 in 3.23 1 in 14 1 in 21
Jackpot is under US $150m — With 10x multiplier (43 multipliers in pool)
Power Play Multiplier 2x 3x 4x 5x 10x
5-ball prize: US $2 million. All other prizes multiplied by the number on the selected multiplier.
Odds 1 in 1.79 1 in 3.31 1 in 14.33 1 in 21.5 1 in 43

Annuity vs. Cash

98% of Powerball jackpot winners chose to take the cash option. Or to put it another way, only 4 winners in the last 13 years (2003 — 2016) chose the annuity option.

If you win the Powerball jackpot, you have the option of taking an annuity — an annual payment over 30 instalments — or a cash lump sum paid to you in full. You’ll see there’s quite a difference between the two. This is because the cash lump sum pays out whatever’s in the jackpot fund, whereas the annuity includes both the cash sum and the interest generated by investing it over the next 29 years. The value of the annuity option also has the added benefit of increasing by 5% annually.

The cash option is taxed in full when it is paid out — and taking the annuity option can also mean that more of the prize money is taxed at a lower rate over time. You can also leave the annuity to your family if you die, so there’s no risk of losing out on your prize money if you’re not expecting to live another 30 years.

Powerball Jackpot Winners — Cash or Annuity

This table illustrates the number of Powerball jackpot winners who took the cash or annuity option from 2003 to 2016.

Year Jackpot Winners Cash Option Annuity Option
TOTAL 192 186 4
2016 9 9
2015 14 14
2014 11 10 1
2013 1 18 17
2012 16 16
2011 1 13 12
2010 17 17
2009 13 13
2008 11 11
2007 16 15 1
2006 2 11 11
2005 14 12 2
2004 13 13
2003 16 16

1 Year contains one or more unclaimed jackpots.

2 Mixed cash and annuity option taken by one or more winners.

PowerPlay

Power Play is a multiplier option. For an extra US $1 per ticket you can add Power Play. You don’t have to choose any extra numbers for this. Rather than improving your chances of a win, Power Play increases the amount of prize money you receive if you do win.

One Power Play number is randomly selected from a pool of 42, marked with multipliers from 2x to 5x. If the jackpot is less than US $150 million, one extra 10x multiplier is added. Whichever multiplier is drawn, non-jackpot prizes are multiplied by that amount, for winning tickets with the Power Play option selected. This excludes the jackpot and any wins for five numbers matched (where the top prize is doubled to US $2 million).

Annuity vs. Cash

98% of Powerball jackpot winners chose to take the cash option. Or to put it another way, only 4 winners in the last 13 years (2003 — 2016) chose the annuity option.

If you win the Powerball jackpot, you have the option of taking an annuity — an annual payment over 30 instalments — or a cash lump sum paid to you in full. You’ll see there’s quite a difference between the two. This is because the cash lump sum pays out whatever’s in the jackpot fund, whereas the annuity includes both the cash sum and the interest generated by investing it over the next 29 years. The value of the annuity option also has the added benefit of increasing by 5% annually.

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