Do you want to know how to win the Powerball lottery? Well, we did the research for you on past lottery winners, use their strategies.
Let’s start with saying, be confident. Don’t let anyone cut you. Here’s why.
In 2013, A 34-year-old mother found out an old woman she let step in front of her in the lottery line at the Zephyrhills, Florida, Publix supermarket bought the winning ticket for a $590 million jackpot.
The jackpot winner, 84-year-old Gloria Mackenzie, thanked Crandell in a statement read by a Florida lottery official.
“While in line at Publix, another lottery player was kind enough to let me go ahead of them in line to purchase the winning quick-pick ticket,” Mackenzie said.
Mackenzie bought one computer-generated ticket that had the winning numbers: 10, 13, 14, 22 and 52 with a Powerball of 11. Mackenzie passed up a payout spread over 30 years for a somewhat smaller one-time lump sum, pocketing $370.9 million before taxes, lottery officials said.
Crandell’s friends joked at her, saying the lady she let in front of her would win. They were right, but Crandell didn’t believe it could happen. The number one rule is confidence.
Secondly, play where there have been winnings before. Juan Hernandez claimed his $10 million top prize on after playing the New York Lottery’s $10 million deluxe scratch-off game. He won twice. He played at the Hempstead Stop & Shop located at 150 Fulton Avenue. The same place he recently played.
If that isn’t enough on how to win the Powerball, maybe a seven-time lottery winner can help.
Richard Lustig out of Orlando, Florida won the lottery seven times. Some of his secrets include, not choosing consecutive numbers. Buy more tickets simultaneously – volume is important. Finally, don’t ever get discouraged if you don’t win.
Finally, we’re leaving you with the five most common Powerball numbers according to Yotta. The most common primary Powerball numbers are 10, 42, 39, 28, 22, 23, 32, 16, 41, and 26.