Maryland Lottery Numbers

Check your numbers against the latest Maryland Lottery results and see if you've won it big. The numbers of drawings are posted here shortly after they take place, so you're never left waiting to find out about any prizes you might have picked up!


Game Information

Maryland Lottery fans can play great interstate games like Powerball and Mega Millions as well as in-state games that feature cool cash prizes - visit the pages below to learn more:

  • Multi-Match has a jackpot that starts at $500,000 and rolls over each time it is not won
  • Bonus Match 5 gives players the chance to win up to $50,000 seven nights a week
  • Pick 3 features a top prize of $500, draws twice per day, and multiple bet types
  • Pick 4 offers a $5,000 top prize, draws twice per day, and a variety of bet types
  • 5 Card Cash has a $100,000 top prize and each ticket has two daily chances to win

Playing scratch-off games can be a great way to experience a quick win without having to wait for the next draw game to take place. Costs for these games range from $1 to $20 and can offer mind-blowing prizes. You can buy scratch-off games from any authorized Maryland Lottery retailer.

Maryland Lottery Times

Everything you need to know about when Maryland drawings take place and when you can purchase tickets:

Draw Schedule
Game Draw Days Draw Times* Ticket Sales Close At*
Powerball Wednesday & Saturday 10:59 PM 9:59 PM
Mega Millions Tuesday & Friday 11:00 PM 10:45 PM
Multi Match Monday & Thursday 11:22 PM 11:17 PM
Bonus Match 5 Daily 7:56 PM
(8:22 PM on Sun)
7:41 PM
Pick 3 Daily 12:27 PM & 7:56 PM
(12:28 PM on Sat & Sun; 8:22 PM on Sun)
12:13 PM & 7:41 PM
Pick 4 Daily 12:27 PM & 7:56 PM
(12:28 PM on Sat & Sun; 8:22 PM on Sun)
12:13 PM & 7:41 PM
5 Card Cash Daily 7:56 PM
(8:22 PM on Sun)
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Cash4Life Daily 9:00 PM 8:45 PM
*Times are shown in ET.

Claiming Prizes

Maryland is one of a handful of states that lets winners remain anonymous. The winner's name and photo are not released without written permission.

Lottery tickets worth $600 or less can be claimed at authorized Maryland Lottery retailers. Prizes worth between $601 and $5,000 can be claimed by mailing a claim form or at Expanded Cashing Authority (XCAP) centers across the state.

For all prizes over $600, you'll need to bring photo ID, proof of your Social Security or Tax ID number and your signed winning ticket when you claim.

Were you lucky enough to win a prize from $5,001 through $25,000? You'll need to pay a visit to the Maryland Lottery Customer Resource Center in Baltimore, or claim at selected casinos.

If you've landed a prize worth $25,000 or more, then you'll have to redeem your winning ticket at the Maryland Lottery's office in Baltimore; it will take 15 business days or more to process your ticket.

Anyone who wins a jackpot prize on a Maryland Lottery game (including Mega Millions and Powerball) has 182 days after the date of the drawing to claim their prize.

If you win a Maryland Lottery prize between $500 and $5,000, you're required to file a Maryland Payment Voucher Form and pay taxes on the prize money within 60 days of receiving your winnings.

Prizes over $5,000 will have 24 percent withheld in federal taxes. Maryland residents will have an additional 8.75 percent levied on their prize by the state, while large prizes for out-of-state residents will face an additional 7.5 percent tax on top of federal withholdings.

History of the Maryland Lottery

The Maryland Lottery was established by popular vote in 1972 and began operating in January 1973. Since then, the Lottery has offered several well-loved games and produced several big winners. In 2012, a three-member lottery pool from the Old Line State won a share of the record-breaking $656 million Mega Millions jackpot. Each winner opted for a lump sum payment worth $35 million. Maryland is also one of the few states in the U.S. that allows lottery winners to remain anonymous.

Today, the Maryland Lottery helps provide vital funding for public health and safety, human resources, education and environmental initiatives throughout the state. An amazing $16.7 billion in revenue has been allocated to these good causes and over $21.2 billion has been distributed to players in the form of prizes.