Michigan Powerball Lottery Result Wednesday July 28, 2021

It is a multi-state draw game introduced by Michigan state Lottery in 2016. This is easy to play online and in-store to win a jackpot at the cost of $2 per play.

Winning Numbers

25, 30, 53, 59, 60 Powerball 5

Powerplay: 3

How to play online?

  • Firstly, get your Powerball ticket to play.
  • Online tickets are available for current draw till 9:45pm, again tickets are available for next draw after 9:45pm.
  • Tickets are available in 45 states such as Washington D.C., The US Virgin Island Puerto Rico including Michigan.
  • Select one of the following options for purchasing Powerball tickets online: Mark EASY PICK, if you want random selection of your numbers. For this select $6 for 3 tickets, $10 5 tickets, or $20 for 10 tickets. OR make your own tickets by picking 5 white ball numbers from 1 to 69 and a single red Powerball number from 1 to 26. OR pick 6 to 10 numbers from 1 to 69 and a single red Powerball number from 1 to 26 to generate tickets with every combination of your selected numbers. OR USE FAVORITE PURCHASE option.
  • Power play is an add-on feature to increases the chances of winning so add Power play for $1.00 more per ticket, non-jackpot prize could be increased by 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X, or 10X.
  • Review your Shopping Cart. Subscribe to purchase ticket automatically and select “Save as Favorite Purchase”, to add your tickets to Favorite Purchases.
  • Mark CHECKOUT to proceed to payment and choose Continue Shopping if you want to add more tickets to your purchase.
  • Go to My Account after login to review your numbers and the drawing times.
  • When you sign into your Michigan Lottery Account you will receive all information automatically.
  • You will cost for the first two weeks of your first subscription purchase but after the first purchase, you will be billed weekly in advance of upcoming draws.
  • The 10x multiplier will not be available for drawings in which the advertised jackpot is more than $150,000,000.

How to Play In-Store?

  • Take a play slip at your favorite Lottery retailer.
  • Pick 5 white ball numbers from 1 to 69 and a single red Powerball number from 1 to 26 mentioned on your play slip.
  • Select “Easy Pick” if you want to have your numbers randomly selected.
  • You can add the Power Play for $1 more per play, which could increase your non-jackpot prize by 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X, or 10X.
  • Mark the number to which you can draw. You can play up to 30 consecutive drawings.
  • Give your play slip to the retailer, he will give you a printed ticket.
  • Skip the play slip and ask the retailer for the Replay if you already have a ticket. In Replay all the selections from your existing Powerball ticket can be reprinted. Tickets must be replayed within 31 days of original ticket creation.
  • The 10x multiplier will not be available for drawings in which the advertised jackpot is more than $150,000,000.
  • Re-check your play slip before giving it to the Lottery clerk because tickets cannot be canceled after they are issued.

Check Your Numbers

If you want to check your Winning Numbers, then keep in touch with Michigan Lottery.

How to claim in-store?

Due to recent pandemic Covid-19, the offices are closed, but you can claim any in-store Lottery winnings of more than $600 and up to $99,999.99 by following ways.

  • By making an appointment  at claim center: If you win the game and want to claim your winning amount, then make an appointment by calling at 1-844-917-6325.
  • Drop-off at a Claim Center: Drop-off your claims at claim center on Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • By Mail: Sign the back of the ticket. Fill out the Ticket Receipt Form carefully. Attach a copy of a valid photo ID and Social Security Card. After completion, send all documents to the Michigan Lottery Attn: Claim Center. You should keep a copy of all documents for your records.

How to claim online?

  • Prizes of $600 and below are deposited directly into your Michigan Lottery account. Players may withdraw winnings from their account at any time. The minimum withdrawal amount is $10.
  • Prizes of greater than $600, and up to and including $99,999.99, you will be required to submit an online claim to process your winnings.
  • Log in to your account at www.michiganlottery.com. Go to “My Account” and claim your prize.
  • Provide copies of your Social Security card and valid photo ID.
  • After submission, your claim is approved, and the prize will be deposited directly into your Michigan Lottery account.
  • Players may withdraw money at any time. The minimum withdrawal amount is $10.
  • Prizes of $1,000 and more state law (MCL 432.32) requires the Michigan Lottery to withhold any outstanding debt that should be directed to the Department of Treasury at 517-636-5265.
  • Prizes of $100,000 and more you will need to submit an online claim form. After this you will receive an e-mail.
  • Then visit Lottery headquarters, located at 101 E. Hillsdale in downtown Lansing, to claim your prize.
  • Log in to your account at www.michiganlottery.com. Go to “My Account” and select “Tax Reported Prizes.” Then, follow the instructions on the screen.
  • You can also claim by making an appointment.

Check Your Numbers

If you want to check your Winning Numbers, then keep in touch with Michigan Lottery.

Winning Prize Payment Options

After drawings if you are winner and claimed for your jackpot prize, you will be paid in one of two methods.

  • Cash payment option: In this method Lum sum amount of jackpot is paid to winners. Jackpot winners who have selected the cash payment option method on the time of ticket purchase, will be paid a lump sum amount.
  • An annuity: The amount of the jackpot prize is equally divided into 30 payments and shall be paid in one year. The annuitized jackpot prize will not have a guaranteed minimum.

Shared Jackpots

In the same draw, if there are two or more winners then jackpot prize is equally divided into winners Or if two or more persons match 6 of 6 numbers (Match White Balls + Powerball) the jackpot prize amount is shared equally among all winning tickets. Those who have selected Cash Option, would receive the Present Cash Value of their share.

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