Iowa Lottery Numbers
Click on a quick link to check out the latest Iowa Lottery numbers. Whether you want to know more about All or Nothing or need to find out about the latest winning Pick 4 numbers, you'll find it all right here.
Current lottery games include: Powerball - Mega Millions - Lucky for Life - Lotto America - Pick 3 - Pick 4.
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Buying Iowa Lottery Tickets
Want to play games like Pick 4 or Pick 3? All you need to do is make a trip to the Hawkeye State to purchase tickets from an authorized retailer.
Iowa Lottery Drawing Schedule
How late can you buy lottery tickets in Iowa? Find out in the table below:
|Game||Draw Days||Draw Times*||Ticket Sales Close At*|
|Powerball||Wednesday & Saturday||9:59 PM||8:59 PM|
|Mega Millions||Tuesday & Friday||10:00 PM||8:59 PM|
|Lucky for Life||Monday & Thursday||9:38 PM||8:30 PM|
|Lotto America||Wednesday & Saturday||10:00 PM||8:59 PM|
|Pick 3||Daily||12:20 PM & 10:00 PM||12:00 PM & 9:40 PM|
|Pick 4||Daily||12:20 PM & 10:00 PM||12:00 PM & 9:40 PM|
|*Times are shown in CT.|
Iowa residents are truly spoiled when it comes to lottery games - not only can they take part in Powerball, Mega Millions, Lotto America and Lucky for Life, they can also indulge in fun in-state games, Pick 3 and Pick 4.
Iowa Pick 3 began in 1998 and is now played twice a day, at around 12.20pm and 10pm. There are five different ways to play, and the type of game a player chooses determines the prizes they can win.
- Straight - Match all three numbers in the order they are drawn.
- Box - Match all three numbers in any order.
- Straight/Box - Match the numbers either exactly or in any order.
- Front Pair: Match the first two numbers in the order they are drawn.
- Back Pair: Match the last two numbers in the order they are drawn.
|Type of Play||Odds||$0.50||$1||$2||$3||$4||$5|
|Straight||1 in 1,000||$300||$600||$1,200||$1,800||$2,400||$3,000|
|Box 6-Way||1 in 167||$50||$100||$200||$300||$400||$500|
|Box 3-Way||1 in 333||$100||$200||$400||$600||$800||$1,000|
|Straight/Box 6-Way Exact||1 in 1,000||N/A||$350||$700||$1,050||$1,400||$1,750|
|Straight/Box 6-Way Any||1 in 167||N/A||$50||$100||$150||$200||$250|
|Straight/Box 3-Way Exact||1 in 1,000||N/A||$400||$800||$1,200||$1,600||$2,000|
|Straight/Box 3-Way Any||1 in 333||N/A||$100||$200||$300||$400||$500|
|Front Pair||1 in 100||$30||$60||$120||$180||$240||$300|
|Back Pair||1 in 100||$30||$60||$120||$180||$240||$300|
A 3-Way game is used to describe a selection where two of the three numbers are the same, for example 112, as there are only three different ways the numbers can be ordered (112, 121, 211). If a selection has three different numbers, for example 123, it is called 6-Way (123, 132, 213, 231, 312, 321).
Pick 4 is a very similar game to Pick 3, except players must select four numbers and there are even more ways to win. It is possible to win up to $30,000 for matching four main numbers in the order they are drawn.
Iowa Scratch Cards
The Iowa Lottery also sells a wide variety of Scratch and pull-tab games. These instant win games are sold at authorized retailers alongside tickets for draw games, but the difference is that you could win a cash prize straight away if you pick up a Scratch ticket or a pull-tab ticket. Why not pick up one today and see what happens?
Claiming Iowa Lottery Prizes
You'll have 90 days to claim any prizes you won from Pick 3, Pick 4, Scratch and pull-tab games and 365 days to claim prizes from any lottery games.
If you win up to $600 on a lottery or Scratch game, then you can redeem your prize from any authorized retailer. If you win up to $600 on a pull-tab game, then you need to go back to where you purchased the ticket in order to claim your winnings.
Any prize worth between $600 and $250,000 can be redeemed by mail or by visiting one of the Iowa Lottery offices in Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, Mason City, Storm Lake or Council Bluffs. Prizes worth more than this will be need to be claimed at the headquarters located in Des Moines.
Prizes worth $600 or more will be subject to a state tax of five percent and all prizes worth $5,000 or more will be subject to an additional federal withholding tax of 25 percent.
History of the Iowa Lottery
The Iowa Lottery was created in April 1985 and the first tickets went on sale on August 22nd, 1985. As a founding member of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL), Iowa began selling Lotto*America tickets in 1988. Powerball tickets went on sale in 1992 and the lottery started participating in Mega Millions in January 2010.
Since it was first established, the Iowa Lottery has generated more than $1.5 billion for state initiatives. Revenue from lottery ticket sales goes towards supporting Iowa's veterans, projects under the supervision of the state General Fund and Vision Iowa, which helps create attractive tourist destinations.
The All or Nothing game stopped on the 30th June 2017.
You must be at least 21 years old if you want to play games offered by the Iowa Lottery.