It's not easy winning to win the lottery. Heck, it's almost impossible. But it does happen to very lucky South DakotaIowa, and Minnesota people who purchase these life-changing tickets.

The Powerball Jackpot drawing occurs every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday evening. On Saturday night, the $1.33 billion prize was considered the 4th biggest prize in the game's history and the 8th largest in US lottery history.  Although the big jackpot prize winner was in Oregon, one Powerball Jackpot ticket in Iowa won a huge amount of money.

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According to the Powerball Jackpot officials, the lucky ticket was sold in the state of Iowa. Where was the winning Iowa ticket? The Iowa Lottery confirms the ticket was sold in Newton. This winning Iowa ticket is worth...$1 million! It's not $1 billion, but that's still a lot of money.

How did this Iowa Powerball Jackpot win $1 million? This ticket matched five numbers to win. If the Iowa ticket picked a Power Play option, then the winning ticket could have been worth $2 million! This Iowa ticket was one number away from winning the huge $1 billion Powerball Jackpot. Wow!

These were the winning Powerball Jackpot numbers from Saturday night:

22, 27, 44, 52, 69, and the Powerball was 9. The Power Play was 3X

The next Powerball Jackpot drawing will be on Monday, April 8th (tonight). The estimated Powerball Jackpot is estimated at a huge $20 million. This total is still a life-changing amount of money.

All you need is one ticket for a chance to win a lot of money! Good luck and happy playing!

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