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Full List Of Powerball Payouts Per State For $1.4 Billion Jackpot In Saturday’s Drawing

People around the country are caught up in Powerball lottery fever, and with a jackpot of $1.4 billion for Wednesday’s drawing, that isn’t surprising. Even though much less money than what is in the jackpot would change the lives of a lot of people, many don’t realize that they won’t get the full amount if they win. Due to taxes, ways of taking the money, and how many people may win, there are different payouts in each state and here are all of them.

The chances of winning the Powerball jackpot are just 1 in 292.2 million, and that means you would have to match all five numbers as well as the Powerball. Matching just five numbers would nab you $1 million, and your chances increase greatly at 1 in 11.68 million, according to Powerball.com.

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Throughout the states that the Powerball is played in, your way of getting paid, if you should win, is different everywhere. Winners have the option of taking a lump sum payout at the very start, but there is also the option to take annuity payments each year for 30 years.

USA Mega, via KPLC, has put together a full list of the Powerball jackpot payouts per state and how they can vary depending on where you purchase/cash your ticket. It’s rather amazing just how much the amounts can differ, but none of them are bad.

Arizona

  • $30.3 million per year for 30 years
  • $564.2 million cash lump sum

Arkansas

  • $29.46 million per year for 30 years
  • $548.08 million cash lump sum

California

  • $32.5 million per year for 30 years
  • $604.5 million cash lump sum

Colorado

  • $30.76 million per year for 30 years
  • $572.26 million cash lump sum

Connecticut

  • $29.59 million per year for 30 years
  • $550.49 million cash lump sum

Delaware

  • $32.5 million per year for 30 years
  • $604.5 million cash lump sum

Florida

  • $32.5 million per year for 30 years
  • $604.5 million cash lump sum

Georgia

  • $29.9 million per year for 30 years
  • $556.14 million cash lump sum

Idaho

  • $29.29 million per year for 30 years
  • $544.85 million cash lump sum

Illinois

  • $30.87 million per year for 30 years
  • $574.27 million cash lump sum

Indiana

  • $31.02 million per year for 30 years
  • $577.09 million cash lump sum

Iowa

  • $30.3 million per year for 30 years
  • $564.2 million cash lump sum

Kansas

  • $30.3 million per year for 30 years
  • $564.2 million cash lump sum

Kentucky

  • $29.9 million per year for 30 years
  • $556.14 million cash lump sum

Louisiana

  • $30.3 million per year for 30 years
  • $564.2 million cash lump sum

Maine

  • $30.3 million per year for 30 years
  • $564.2 million cash lump sum

Maryland

  • $28.7 million per year for 30 years
  • $533.97 million cash lump sum

Massachusetts

  • $30.3 million per year for 30 years
  • $564.2 million cash lump sum

Michigan

  • $30.65 million per year for 30 years
  • $570.24 million cash lump sum

Minnesota

  • $29.35 million per year for 30 years
  • $546.06 million cash lump sum

Missouri

  • $30.76 million per year for 30 years
  • $572.26 million cash lump sum

Montana

  • $29.5 million per year for 30 years
  • $548.88 million cash lump sum

Nebraska

  • $30.3 million per year for 30 years
  • $564.2 million cash lump sum

New Hampshire

  • $32.5 million per year for 30 years
  • $604.5 million cash lump sum

New Jersey

  • $31.2 million per year for 30 years
  • $580.32 million cash lump sum

New Mexico

  • $29.9 million per year for 30 years
  • $556.14 million cash lump sum

New York

  • $28.67 million per year for 30 years
  • $533.41 million cash lump sum

North Carolina

  • $30.0 million per year for 30 years
  • $558.15 million cash lump sum

North Dakota

  • $30.88 million per year for 30 years
  • $572.34 million cash lump sum

Ohio

  • $30.76 million per year for 30 years
  • $572.26 million cash lump sum

Oklahoma

  • $30.76 million per year for 30 years
  • $572.26 million cash lump sum

Oregon

  • $29.0 million per year for 30 years
  • $540.0 million cash lump sum

Pennsylvania

  • $32.5 million per year for 30 years
  • $604.5 million cash lump sum

Puerto Rico

  • $32.5 million per year for 30 years
  • $604.5 million cash lump sum

Rhode Island

  • $29.9 million per year for 30 years
  • $556.2 million cash lump sum

South Carolina

  • $29.46 million per year for 30 years
  • $548.08 million cash lump sum

South Dakota

  • $32.5 million per year for 30 years
  • $604.5 million cash lump sum

Tennessee

  • $32.5 million per year for 30 years
  • $604.5 million cash lump sum

Texas

  • $32.5 million per year for 30 years
  • $604.5 million cash lump sum

U.S. Virgin Islands

  • $32.5 million per year for 30 years
  • $604.5 million cash lump sum

Vermont

  • $29.9 million per year for 30 years
  • $556.14 million cash lump sum

Virginia

  • $30.76 million per year for 30 years
  • $572.26 million cash lump sum

Washington

  • $32.5 million per year for 30 years
  • $604.5 million cash lump sum

West Virginia

  • $29.68 million per year for 30 years
  • $552.11 million cash lump sum

Wisconsin

  • $29.1 million per year for 30 years
  • $542.03 million cash lump sum

Wyoming

  • $32.5 million per year for 30 years
  • $604.5 million cash lump sum

The Powerball jackpot is currently at $1.4 billion, but there is the chance it grows even higher before Wednesday night’s drawing. No matter what or where you live, the payouts-per-state are all amounts that are money like many have never seen in their entire life. It doesn’t really matter where you may collect your payout, the Powerball jackpot could change anyone’s life.

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