South Carolina Education Lottery Powerball numbers
South Carolina is a member of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL), best known for Powerball. Like most US lotteries, on January 31, 2010, it participated in the cross-sell lottery expansion, adding Mega Millions.
The minimum age to purchase SCEL tickets is 18.
Pick 3 is drawn twice daily (day and evening drawings) except on Sunday where only evening drawings are offered. It draws 3 sets of digits 0 through 9. Prices, prizes, and options vary.
Pick 4 also is drawn 13 times weekly, picking a 4-digit number. Prices, prizes, and options vary.
Palmetto Cash 5
Palmetto Cash 5 are held every day. It draws 5 balls from 1 through 38. Palmetto Cash 5 also draws a Power-Up multiplier that is randomly drawn from 16 balls (eight balls are marked with the number ; five are marked with ; two are marked with 4, and one with ). Games cost $1 each; the Power-Up option costs an additional $1 per game. Jackpots begin at $100, 000 (unlike Mega Million's Megaplier, and Powerball's PowerPlay, the Power-Up multiplier also applies to the jackpot.)
Powerball (multi-lottery game)
Since 2002, the SCEL has been a member of MUSL. Powerball's jackpots begin at $40 million; it is drawn Wednesday and Saturday nights.
Mega Millions (multi-lottery game)
On October 13, 2009, the Mega Millions consortium and MUSL reached an agreement in principle to cross-sell Mega Millions and Powerball in US lottery jurisdictions. Mega Millions tickets became available through the SCEL on January 31, 2010.
How Public Universities Can Promote Access and Success for All Students — Center For American Progress
In addition to the federal Pell Grant, North Carolina provides two separate funds—the North Carolina Education Lottery Scholarship and the UNC Need Based Scholarship—for students whose incomes are barely eligible or just above eligibility for Pell ..
What is the winning lottery numbers for South Carolina's powerball
Powerball 03 16 20 42 58 07 x5 Sat 02/28 in North Carolina. again!