Before I tell you about the cheapest online Powerball ticket prices I want to post the latest Powerball results. I like the way theLotter.com shows the Powerball results because they give a nice breakdown of all the dividends. You can see this in the image below. It also shows how much you would have won had you gone for the PowerPlay feature. You’ll notice it’s well worth paying a few bucks more as your winnings go up dramatically.
Unfortunately for me I only got one number right, number 5. It was a great start but it was just my luck that it had to stop there. Not to worry, there are plenty of other opportunities in future draws. I know if I persevere it’s only a matter of time before I actually win something half decent. Maybe not the big one, wouldn’t that be cool :party: but something decent all the same.
But you’re here because you want to know about Online Powerball ticket prices. Something you need to know so that you can make an informed choice about where to get the cheapest online Powerball tickets.
Cheapest Online Powerball Ticket Prices
Before writing this post I did a bit of research to see what other lottery sites had to say about online Powerball Ticket prices. I was surprised that I actually couldn’t find one that offered a comparison. Heck, most didn’t discuss prices at all. How can that be? Don’t customers deserve that information? How can they possibly make an informed decision about where to get their Powerball tickets without having that information?
Powerball Ticket Price At theLotter
As you can see from the above image from theLotter.com, three games will cost you $15 which equates to $5 per line. If you were to add the PowerPlay feature your total cost would be $22.50.
Powerball Ticket Prices at Lottobroker
Now, let’s take a look at Lottobroker.com. Three lines, or games or whatever you want to call them, will set you back $9.87, that’s $3.29 a game, which is a saving of $5.13. If you were to check my USA Powerball post you’ll notice that adding the PowerPlay feature would increase the cost to $14.82 a savings of $7.68!
Wintrillion Powerball Ticket Prices
Now it’s Wintrillions turn. As you can see the guys at Wintrillion do things a little differently. You can actually play just one game instead of the minimum of three. After selecting your numbers, and yes they do have a quick pick feature, you get to choose your selected number of draws. The minimum being 3 weeks, the equivalent of 6 consecutive draws at a cost of $37 or $6.17 per draw.
The maximum is for 12 months, the equivalent of 104 consecutive draws costing you $507. This brings the cost down to $4.88 a game. This would be a great idea for those who love to keep the same numbers. They would feel secure in the feeling of not forgetting to purchase their ticket. Imagine how you would feel if the winning numbers came up and you forget to put your ticket in? :hair_out:
Unfortunately Wintrillion do not offer the PowerPlay feature. They do however have a syndicate feature which I am a member of. I’m a member of the EuroMillions syndicate and while we haven’t won the big one yet the small wins we’ve had are starting to pile up. :thumb_up:
Cost Of Buying Powerball Ticket Using GiantLottos
The beauty of GiantLottos.com is that you can actually buy just one game but for the purpose of this post I took a screen shot of the cost of three games. As you can see three games would only cost you £ 10.50! At todays exchange rates that would be US $16.28, or US $5.42 per game. They do offer 20% off bulk ticket orders for those who are interested. Once again though, no PowerPlay feature for those wanting to use GiantLottos.
Buying US Powerball with PLAYHUGELOTTOS
Finally we have PLAYHUGELOTTOS.com.
OK, so three games will cost you £ 10.80 or US $16.74. This means that each game will only cost you US $5.58. Although they don’t seem to have a PowerPlay feature they do have a multiplier feature. For a small fee you can choose one of the following multipliers.
The higher the multiplier you choose the more the cost. I’ve made a video so that you can see how easy it is to actually purchase your tickets online. The only part I’ve left out was where you have to have money in the relative accounts for the purchase to be made as I thought that was rather obvious. If you would like me to do a video for some of the other major lotteries let me know in the comments and if I get enough requests I will do it sooner rather than later.