Arizona Lottery Numbers
Don't be left in the dark wondering whether or not you won a big prize on any of these great Arizona Lottery games. This page is updated with the latest Arizona Lottery numbers as soon as they are made available.
Current lottery games include: Powerball - Mega Millions - The Pick - Pick 3 - Fantasy 5- All or Nothing Midday - All or Nothing Evening.
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If you want to play great Arizona Lottery games like The Pick or All or Nothing, then you'll need to visit the state in order to purchase tickets from an authorized retailer. Multi-State games, Powerball and Mega Millions, are available to play online across the US. Visit the tickets page for more information.
Arizona Lottery Drawing Schedule
Drawings take place every day except Sunday in Arizona. Find out exactly when each game is played in the table below.
|Game||Draw Days||Draw Times*||Ticket Sales Close At*|
|Powerball||Wednesday & Saturday||8:59 PM||7:59 PM|
|Mega Millions||Tuesday & Friday||9:00 PM||7:59 PM|
|The Pick||Wednesday & Saturday||8:00 PM||7:59 PM|
|Fantasy 5||Monday - Saturday||8:00 PM||7:59 PM|
|All or Nothing||Monday - Saturday||11:35 AM and 8:05 PM||11:30 AM and 8:00 PM||*Times are shown in Mountain Time. During Daylight Savings (second Sunday in March - first Saturday in November) ticket sales cutoffs and drawings will occur one hour earlier for state games.|
The Arizona Lottery participates in Powerball and Mega Millions, but also offers residents the chance to play fun in-state games with great cash prizes:
Arizona Pick & EXTRA
The Pick is Arizona's very own lottery game. Tickets cost just $1 per line and players select six numbers from 1 to 44 or have their numbers randomly selected for them when they opt for a Quick Pick. Drawings are held on Wednesday and Saturday evenings around 10:25 PM. The jackpot starts at a minimum of $1 million and will roll over until it is won, which occurs when a player (or multiple players) matches all six numbers drawn. Here's how it works:
|Winning Tier||Prize||Odds of Winning|
|Match 6 of 6||Jackpot||1 in 7,059,052|
|Match 5 of 6||$2,000||1 in 30,961||Match 4 of 6||$50||1 in 669||Match 3 of 6||$3||1 in 42|
|Odds of winning any The Pick prize are approximately 1 in 39|
If you want to add even more excitement to The Pick, you can play EXTRA! for an additional $1 or $2 per game. Choose the $1 option for the chance to win a $250 top prize and the $2 option for the chance to win a $500 top prize. You'll instantly receive an extra set of numbers, and if you match any of the numbers, you'll win right on the spot. The more numbers you match, the more you can win! The authorized retailer will pay you the prize amount and print you a replacement ticket for The Pick with the numbers you originally chose.
All or Nothing
Like the sound of a daily draw that offers you eight ways to win $25,000 twice a day? Then you'll really enjoy the Arizona Lottery's take on All or Nothing. Tickets cost $2 per line and drawings are held in the morning and in the evening. Players purchase a ticket and pick ten numbers from 1 to 20 or have them randomly generated via a Quick Pick. To win the top prize, a player has to match all or none of the ten numbers drawn. Here's a breakdown of the odds and prizes:
|Match 10 of 10||$25,000||1 in 184,756|
|Match 9 of 10||$250||1 in 1,848||Match 8 of 10||$10||1 in 91||Match 7 of 10||$2||1 in 13|
|Match 3 of 10||$2||1 in 13|
|Match 2 of 10||$10||1 in 91|
|Match 1 of 10||$250||1 in 1,848|
|Match 0 of 10||$25,000||1 in 184,756|
|Odds of winning any All or Nothing prize are approximately 1 in 5.59|
Other Arizona Lottery games include Fantasy 5 and Pick 3.
Scratchers are a great choice for those lottery fans who are always on the go or who don't like waiting for drawing results! These instant win games are available for purchase from any authorized Arizona Lottery retailer and can net you a big cash prize in the blink of an eye! Ticket costs range from $1 to $20 and can deliver a wide variety of windfalls, from $500 to over $3 million.
Claiming Arizona Lottery Prizes
You'll have 180 days from the date of the drawing to claim a prize and 180 days from the game's end date to redeem a scratchcard prize. If you've won $599 or less, you can claim your winnings from any authorized Arizona Lottery retailer.
Any prize worth $600 or more must be claimed at either the Tucson Lottery Office or the Phoenix Lottery Office. You can also mail your claim form and winning ticket to these offices.
Regardless of whether you make your claim in person or send it by mail, you'll need to supply some photo ID and your Social Security number.
You'll be responsible for federal taxes of 25 percent on larger prizes as well as a state tax of five percent.
History of the Arizona Lottery
The Copper State is home to a fantastic lottery with a very interesting history behind it. With a varied portfolio of games on offer, players will be sure to find the draw game or instant win game that's perfect for them.
The Arizona Lottery was established in November 1980 and was the first U.S. state west of the Mississippi River to approve and enact a state lottery. State residents are asked to vote on whether or not they want the lottery to continue operating, and the organization is set to keep offering great games and big prizes to players from Apache Junction to Yuma until at least 2035.
Originally, the minimum age for buying Arizona Lottery tickets was 18, but this was raised to 21 in 2003. The Arizona Lottery began selling tickets for Powerball on April 4th, 1994 and started participating in Mega Millions on April 18th, 2010. There have been 12 Powerball jackpot winners from Arizona.
Revenue raised from Arizona Lottery ticket sales is allocated to four categories of programs: health and welfare, economic and business development, education and the environment. Since 1982, over $3.3 billion has been raised for initiatives in these categories.
Unlike most other state lotteries, you'll need to be at least 21 years old if you want to play Arizona Lottery games.