Chicago area locations where winning tickets were sold for $2.04B Powerball jackpot

Nobody in Illinois matched all six numbers to win the $2.04 billion Powerball jackpot. However, 13 players across the state still won big money.

The Powerball drawing was delayed Monday night due to a technical issue, but the numbers were announced Tuesday morning. They were: white balls 10, 33, 41, 47, and 56, and the red Powerball 10.

Two Illinois Lottery players matched four numbers and the Powerball, plus they added the game's "Power Play" feature to win $100,000 each.

Eleven players matched four numbers and the Powerball to win $50,000 each.


The majority of winning tickets were sold in the Chicago area:

  • $100K - 7-Eleven - 1680 Montgomery Road, Aurora, IL
  • $100K - Speedway - 15 S Randall Road, North Aurora, IL
  • $50K - 7-Eleven - 6301 Main Street, Downers Grove, IL
  • $50K - Ardmore Food & Liquor - 1638 Ardmore Avenue, Villa Park, IL
  • $50K - Circle K - 755 S. Belt W., Belleville, IL
  • $50K - Ed's Way Food Mart - 946 Beloit Avenue, Forest Park, IL
  • $50K - Lucky Gasoline - 1469 S Randall Road, Algonquin, IL
  • $50K - Montrose BP - 3201 W Montrose Avenue, Chicago, IL
  • $50K - Palatine Oil Inc - 802 W Palatine Road, Palatine, IL
  • $50K - Thorntons - 1330 S Neltnor Boulevard, West Chicago, IL
  • $50K - Thorntons - 110 Devon Avenue, Wood Dale, IL
  • $50K - Illinois Lottery Website
  • $50K - Illinois Lottery Website

More than 400,000 other prizes were won in Tuesday morning's Powerball drawing.

This Powerball run began on August 4, according to the Illinois Lottery.

"With nearly $111 million in total ticket sales during this historic Powerball roll, we are pleased to return over $44 million to the Common School Fund to support K-12 education across the State," said Harold Mays, Director of the Illinois Lottery.

A winning Powerball ticket that matched all six numbers was sold in California.

Winners have one year from the date of the drawing to claim their prize.

The $2.04 billion jackpot was the largest ever for Powerball and the largest in U.S. lottery history. Only four previous jackpots have ever topped $1 billion, but none of those were close to this prize.

The next Powerball drawing is Saturday, November 12. The jackpot is an estimated $47 million.

Why was the Powerball delayed?

The winning numbers and recorded video of the drawing were shared at 8:57 a.m. EST Tuesday, several hours after the originally-scheduled 10:59 p.m. EST Monday drawing. 

The drawing was delayed because a participating lottery – later revealed to be in Minnesota – had issues processing sales. 

"After unprecedented lottery interest, Minnesota’s sales verification system caused a processing delay on Monday, Nov. 7," the Minnesota Lottery said in a release." The delay was necessary to confirm the Powerball drawing could be conducted securely and accurately. At no time was the integrity of the process compromised."

How to play the Powerball Jackpot

The Powerball jackpot grows until a winning ticket is sold. Winners can choose to receive their prize as an annuity, paid in 30 payments over 29 years, or take the lump sum payment. Federal and jurisdictional taxes are applicable to either payout.

Today's Powerball jackpot hits record $1.9 billion

FILE - People lined up to play Powerball lottery at a 7-Eleven store in Milpitas, California, United States on Nov. 7, 2022. (Photo by Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Powerball drawings are held on Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday in 45 states, Washington D.C., the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. The drawings are broadcast live from the Florida Lottery draw studio in Tallahassee, and also live-streamed on

The grand prize was previously won on Aug. 3 in Pennsylvania, resulting in a $206.9 million jackpot. 

Odds of winning the Powerball Jackpot

The overall odds of winning the Powerball jackpot are just 1 in 292.2 million. To put that into perspective, those odds are a little worse than flipping a coin and getting heads 28 straight times, University of Nebraska-Omaha mathematics professor Andrew Swift previously told the Associated Press.

For those feeling lucky and wanting to spend $2 for a ticket, the overall odds of winning any prize is a little better at 1 in 24.9.

The Illinois Lottery encourages all winners to write their name on the back of their ticket and keep it in a safe place until they're ready to claim their prize.

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