The Powerball jackpot has just risen to $550 million because no one has correctly matched all the numbers correctly. However, that doesn't mean you still can't win big bucks. Last week a winning Powerball ticket was sold in Victoria at the Snax Max at the corner of Red River and Navarro. The winner who will remain anonymous matched 4 out of the 5 numbers and the Powerball for the drawing on October 12th. The total amount of the win was $50,000 however this person added the power play to multiply winnings by 5 (5X)  increasing to jackpot win to $250,00.00. The numbers drawn on October 12th were 14, 30, 41, 42, and 59. The red Powerball was 6 and the Power Play was 5X.

Here are the different ways that you can win with Powerball:

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  • Match all 5 white numbers only — $1 million
  • Match 4 out of 5 white numbers + Powerball — $50,000
  • Match 4 white numbers only — $100
  • Match 3 white numbers + Powerball — $100
  • Match 3 white numbers only — $7
  • Match 2 white numbers + Powerball — $7
  • Match 1 white number + Powerball — $4
  • Powerball only — $4

If you 'power play' or multiply your cash prize will, at minimum, double if you have a winning ticket for anything other than the grand prize jackpot. Learn more about Power ball by clicking here.


As far as I know, there have been three other top-prize scratch jackpot wins in Victoria this year. Back in July, a $1,000,000.00 scratch jackpot was sold in Victoria! The ticket was sold at Walden's Mini Mart on Moody Street. The winning ticket was the $20 Million Dollar Loteria ticket. This was the 9th $1 million jackpot ticket in this series.

In May, a $500,000 Texas Two-Step Lotto Drawing single ticket matched all 4 numbers AND the bonus numbers. The ticket was sold at the 7-11 on Sam Houston Drive.  In case you bought your Texas Two Step numbers there. Here are the winning numbers 6-8-24-29 with a bonus number of 24. 
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In January a  $5 Rose Gold scratch ticket with a top prize of $100,000 was sold at the Snax Max at the corner of Navarro and Mockingbird. That winning ticket did not match any of the numbers, it was an auto-win money pot symbol! Imagine seeing this when you scratch for your prize.  

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