Maine Lottery Numbers
The Pine Tree State takes part in a number of interstate lotteries and offers some great games of its very own. Use this page to find the latest Maine Lottery numbers - just click on a link to see the winning numbers from the most recent drawings.
Current lottery games include: Powerball - Mega Millions - Lotto America - Megabucks Plus - Lucky for Life - Gimme 5 - Pick 3 Evening - Pick 3 Midday - Pick 4 Evening - Pick 4 Midday.
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Buying Maine Lottery Tickets
Playing Maine Lottery Games
The Maine Lottery participates in a number of interstate lottery games, such as Powerball, Mega Millions, Lotto America and Lucky for Life. As a member of the Tri-State Lottery, they also sell tickets for Tri-State Megabucks and Gimme 5. Other Maine Lottery games include Pick 3 and Pick 4.
Instant ticket games are also available from the Maine Lottery. These games can be purchased from any authorized retailer and can land you a life-changing amount of cash in less than a minute. Try one today and see what you could win!
Claiming Maine Lottery Prizes
If you've won a Maine Lottery prize, then you will have one year from the date of the drawing or the announced end of game date (for instant tickets) to claim your winnings.
Won up to $600? You can redeem your prize at any Maine Lottery retailer. If you've won over that amount, then you can claim the money by mail, at a Lottery Retail agent location or in person at the Maine Lottery head offices in Hallowell.
Any prize worth $5,000 or more will be subject to a federal withholding tax of 25 percent and a Maine state tax of five percent.
History of the Maine Lottery
The Maine Lottery has been paying out great cash prizes and supporting great causes in the state for over 40 years.
The Maine Lottery was established in 1973 after state voters approved its creation. The first drawing was held on June 27th, 1974 and the numbers were drawn by the state's governor, Kenneth M. Curtis. The Tri-State Lottery was approved in April 1985, with Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont agreeing to share games between the three states. The Maine Lottery joined Lotto*America in July 1990, but left when the game ended in April 1992 and was replaced by Powerball. Tickets for the popular multi-state lottery game went back on sale in Maine in 2004 and the state joined Mega Millions in May 2010.
Revenue raised from Maine Lottery ticket sales is allocated to the state's General Fund. Over $1 billion has been transferred to the fund since 1974. The money is distributed to a variety of programs and services throughout the state. When you play Maine Lottery games, you're not just funding your own dreams - you're helping your fellow residents!
The Maine Lottery offers some pretty tempting games, but you'll need to be at least 18 years old to take part.
Has someone contacted you and told you that you've won a prize for a game you don't think you've entered? Be on your guard, as you could be the target of a lottery scam. Visit the scams page to learn more.