Second — let's say you DO happen to win — again hate to disappoint but financial experts told CNN you should set aside your money in trusts and annuities for your family instead of buying anything extravagant. But, if you'd like to give it to us, that's another story.
Finally, even if you don't have the main Powerball number, you could still be a winner. (Via WRIC)
If you match the other five numbers on your ticket, you could still win a nice chunk of change, like the $1 million secondary prize.
And your odds of winning at least something aren't too shabby — at least, by comparison to the jackpot.Powerball says the odds of winning some kind of prize are about 1 in 32.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the $400 million prize is the sixth-largest in U.S. lottery history. If no one wins it big Wednesday, lottery officials say the jackpot will grow to around $500 million. And we'll start this all over again.
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