Powerball Winning Numbers For June 6; Where Does New York Lottery Revenue Go?

Written By Staff on June 6, 2022 - Last Updated on June 8, 2022

The near-$200 million Powerball jackpot is still up for grabs.

With no winning tickets matching Saturday’s drawing, the popular draw game has seen its jackpot grow to $198 million with a lump-sum cash option of $114.4 million.

As a result, should a New York Lottery player claim the top prize, it will become the state’s largest Powerball prize since 2018.

Players must match all five white balls plus the Powerball in order to win the jackpot, which carries odds of 1 in 292,201,338.

Check back here following Monday’s drawing at 10:59 p.m. ET to see the winning numbers.

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Powerball winning numbers for Monday, June 6

The results are in for Saturday’s Powerball drawing.

  • White Balls: 2 – 10 – 35 – 44 – 46
  • Red Powerball: 4
  • Power Play Multiplier: 2X

Powerball winners in New York

Since 2010, New York has produced 11 Powerball jackpot winners. The last came in September 2020.

Should a jackpot winner emerge from the Empire State now, it would stand as the fourth-largest in state history.

The largest jackpot winners in New York?

JackpotDatePowerball Winner
$687.8 millionOctober 27, 2018Robert Bailey
$245.6 millionAugust 11, 2018Nandlall Mangal
$201.9 millionJune 1, 20111937 Flatbrush Avenue Dodgers LLC
$148 millionAugust 17, 2019Healthy Rainbow, LLC
$136 millionMarch 14, 2015Anthony Perosi
$130.3 millionNovember 16, 2013Maksim Nikolayev
$122.1 millionJanuary 22, 2011Stephen Kirwin
$94.8 millionSeptember 16, 2020September 2020, LLC
$80 millionSeptember 4, 2019David Yax
$70 millionFebruary 25, 2012Tara Ramirez/Case Park LLC
$48.8 millionDecember 25, 2010Jeffrey & Christine Pintuuff

Where does New York Lottery revenue go?

Obviously, defying the odds and claiming a big lottery prize benefits any New York Lottery player. But winners abound beyond the individual ticketholders.

For starters, any lottery retailer that sells a jackpot-winning Powerball or Mega Millions ticket earns a $10,000 bonus.

But the true beneficiary of New York Lottery revenue: the state education system.

According to the NY Lottery, 100% of revenue generated by lottery sales goes to public education in the Empire State. Through the 2021 fiscal year, the New York Lottery has contributed $75.07 billion to education since 1967, when this process went into place. That includes $3.59 billion generated during the 2021 fiscal year.


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