Do you get emails from Powerball every day? We know they’re designed to boost ticket sales and also help people get ready to buy, but they can often just be annoying.
Powerball just made another big announcement, sending fans to social media with new buttons and hashtags they can use in the hope of nabbing those millions of dollars see the 파워볼 패턴.
The $620 million jackpot is the fourth-largest in the game’s history and is the tenth largest in U.S. history, second-largest in North America.
So how often do you get Powerball emails? Are you one of those people who need constant reminders to get your tickets and check their ticket?
But, if you ever actually go online and check your Powerball winnings, will you ever see anything about it?
We have no idea. We looked all over social media, online ticket sellers, and also Powerball’s website, where the Powerball logo is never mentioned anywhere.
We did see the post below, that is dedicated to how much money we’ve won.
While it’s never going to happen, that lottery ticket that you got back in July 2014 and that you’re just now cashing in? It’s been worth over a million dollars.
Not a lot of people are going to want to spend time combing through their old tickets, so this is going to be pretty hard to find.
Do you keep track of your ticket every day? Do you have a record of where you bought it and how much it cost?
This year’s biggest Powerball winner in North America is a truck driver in Illinois who won $298 million and we know he plans to give most of it away.
We won’t know for sure if that is what happened with the $620 million Powerball jackpot, but it would definitely make sense. You can see more about his plans here.So, should you buy a Powerball ticket? Maybe! But try not to obsess about it. You’ll never get a million dollars unless you win it, and no one’s going to remember if you won it two years ago or two weeks ago.