The numbers are in and it’s more than a safe bet to say you lost out on millions of dollars. Admit it, you knew the odds, but you played anyway. Feeling let down? Here’s five things to consider, listen to, watch and do to help soften the blow.
By now you know the winning numbers of tonight's Powerball lottery drawing and you're not going to walk away with millions — let alone dollars. We offer five things to consider and/or to do to help cope with the loss: In case you haven't heard, the winning numbers for the Nov. 28, 2012 Powerball lottery drawing were: ______________ Editor's Disclosure: I spent $10, played five games, and matched two numbers total, despite having my birthday numbers, month and date, come up randomly. It's the first time ever I bought a Powerball ticket (at least that I can remember). Now, it's time to watch Lost . . .
Feeling lucky? You'll find out soon if the Powerball ticket you bought for the drawing tonight, Nov. 28, is a winner. There's an estimated $550-million jackpot on the line, which amounts to a cash value of $360.2 million, according to lottery officials.
Feeling lucky? Feeling really, really lucky? Have you been buying lottery tickets for years, always the same numbers? Or buying tickets with random numbers? Are you a first-timer, lured into the thrill of the hunt? Buying into the hype? Regardless of why you bought your ticket, or tickets, in these waning minutes before the big draw it's a pretty safe bet you spent at least a minute or two, if not longer, thinking about what you would do with the winnings. So, when is the moment of truth? Go to Powerball online for the answer, and for everything you need to know about the contest, how it's run, latest news and what's next. Ah, but we'll tell you here as well, the time of tonight's drawing: