The Powerball jackpot is on the rise once again. No one matched all six winning numbers drawn on Saturday, June 17, but there's a chance that your ticket is a non-jackpot prize winner. Prizes range from $4 to $1 million, so go grab your ticket just in case.

Winning numbers June 17

According to the official Powerball lottery website, the winning numbers drawn on June 17 were 10-13-32-53-62 and the Powerball number was 21.

There were no winners, so the jackpot now rises to $46 million for the next drawing that will take place on Wednesday, June 21 at 10:59 p.m.


Did you win a non-jackpot prize?

There was one $1 million ticket sold in Missouri on Saturday. Whoever has that ticket is an instant millionaire for matching all five white balls. Talk about coming close to winning the whole jackpot! Still, one million dollars is a nice windfall!

There are eight ways to win non-jackpot prizes in addition to the $1 million prize. The official Powerball site revealed on Saturday night that over 400,000 people have tickets worth over $4 million in non-jackpot prizes. So, it's worth checking your ticket!

  • Match all five white balls win $1,000,000
  • Match 4 whites and the red Powerball win $10,000
  • Match 4 white balls win $100
  • Match 3 white balls and the red win $100
  • Match 3 whites and score a whopping $7
  • Match 2 whites and the red ball and you'll also win $7
  • Match 1 white ball and the red ball and go get yourself $4 in cash at your local lottery retailer.

Lottery fever

The jackpot is big, but not as big as it was two weeks ago.

According to CBS News, the Powerball jackpot was $447 million two weeks ago. One lucky lottery player matched all six numbers and won the whole jackpot. No word on whether or not that persona has come forward to claim his or her prize, but it's totally possible that they are consulting a lawyer before they do. After all, that's a lot of money to be responsible for!

If no one wins the $47 million that's up for grab next Wednesday night, the jackpot will continue to grow, but it will take several weeks with no winners to get as big as it was two weeks ago.

Powerball tickets cost $2 each and are sold at lottery retailers across the nation. Add the Powerplay feature for an extra $1. Currently, the popular lottery game can be played in 44 states; Washington, D.C.; Puerto Rico; and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Tickets can be purchased up to an hour before the 10:59 p.m. ET drawings held on Wednesday and Saturday nights.