Play Powerball Online in Texas

How to play Texas Lottery Powerball online

How Do You Play Powerball Online in Texas?

Play Powerball by selecting your 5 main numbers from a field of 69 numbers and a single Powerball number from a field of 26 numbers. If you don’t have a specific number combination you can use our Quick Pick feature to automatically generate a set of totally random numbers or use your saved lucky numbers. When you buy lottery tickets online with theLotter Texas, you will see a scanned copy in your private account before every draw.

Since coming to Texas in 2010, Powerball, with its $40 million guaranteed starting jackpot, has become a staple for Texas lottery players. You can purchase official Texas Powerball tickets online with theLotter Texas! You gotta be in it to win it!

The Powerball drawing time is at 10:12 p.m. CST every Wednesday and Saturday.

Choose Power Play to boost Your Powerball Lottery prizes

What is Power Play?

The Power Play number, which is selected randomly at each draw, can increase your second-tier (match 5+0) prize to $2 million with just the click of a button! This incredible feature lets you increase all other secondary prize winnings by 2, 3, 4, 5 or even 10 times. Make sure to play Powerball with the Power Play feature to increase the amount of your non-Grand Prize winnings!

How to win Texas Powerball Lottery jackpot

How Do You Win the Powerball?

To become the next Powerball jackpot winner, you simply need to match the 5 main numbers you chose and the additional Powerball number. Didn’t win the jackpot? Never fear! You are still eligible to win outstanding prizes in Powerball's 8 additional prize categories including a second-tier prize that starts at $1 million!

When you win a prize playing the Texas Powerball Lottery, you will be notified by our staff via email. Powerball prizes of up to $600 will be promptly paid into your personal account at theLotter Texas after they are received from the Texas Lottery Commission. You will need to collect Powerball prizes over $600 in person at Texas Lottery Commission offices. Powerball lottery winnings are subject to taxation at source.

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