Massachusetts Lottery Numbers

You can use this Massachusetts Numbers page to find the latest results for lottery games held in the Bay State. Simply click on a result to view a full prize breakdown and additional information about a specific drawing.

Current lottery games include: Powerball - Mega Millions - Massachusetts Megabucks - Lucky for Life - MassCash - Numbers Evening - Numbers Midday

Massachusetts Megabucks Numbers

Sat 24th September 2016
1 5 25 35 38 48
Wed 21st September 2016
7 14 17 32 38 39
Sat 17th September 2016
1 8 24 27 29 35
Wed 14th September 2016
3 18 19 22 26 45
Sat 10th September 2016
6 9 18 27 34 43

Lucky for Life Numbers

Thu 22nd September 2016
15 17 27 37 45 8
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Mon 19th September 2016
1 4 19 43 46 14
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Thu 15th September 2016
1 4 16 28 29 10
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Mon 12th September 2016
25 28 30 41 47 8
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Thu 8th September 2016
3 19 33 35 40 14
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Massachusetts MassCash Numbers

Sun 25th September 2016
10 14 15 19 26
Sat 24th September 2016
9 18 23 24 30
Fri 23rd September 2016
4 10 12 21 30
Thu 22nd September 2016
11 21 23 31 35
Wed 21st September 2016
2 14 24 25 32

Massachusetts Numbers Evening Numbers

Sun 25th September 2016
9 7 0 7
Sat 24th September 2016
1 8 4 6
Fri 23rd September 2016
3 3 1 3
Thu 22nd September 2016
2 1 5 1
Wed 21st September 2016
3 3 6 3

Massachusetts Numbers Midday Numbers

Sun 25th September 2016
8 6 3 8
Sat 24th September 2016
7 1 2 7
Fri 23rd September 2016
8 2 5 0
Thu 22nd September 2016
8 0 0 2
Wed 21st September 2016
0 9 2 0

About Massachusetts Lottery

Today, many residents participate in the games offered by the Massachusetts Lottery. Profits from ticket sales support communities across the Commonwealth and help change the lives of people from Attleboro to Waltham.

History of the Massachusetts Lottery

The Massachusetts Lottery sold its first ticket on April 6th, 1972, with seven people winning $50,000 each in "the Game" drawing.

The popular Mass Cash game was introduced in 1991 and the state joined Powerball in 1996. Massachusetts then joined Mega Millions in 2010 and launched the regional Lucky for Life game in 2012. The state introduced a keno game in 2013 that offers players the chance to pick up prizes every four minutes seven days a week!

Buying Massachusetts Lottery Tickets

If you want to play the games offered by the Massachusetts Lottery, then you'll need to travel to the state and purchase tickets from an authorised retailer.

Massachusetts Lottery Games

In addition to the popular Mega Millions, Powerbal and Lucky for Life lottery games, Massachusetts offers some great games of its own:

Megabucks Doubler is a 6/49 game that gives players a chance to win impressive jackpot prizes. Drawings take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and all you have to do is purchase a ticket for $1 per play and select six numbers from 1 to 49. Match all six numbers drawn and you'll win the jackpot prize!

Numbers Matched Megabucks Prize Megabucks Doubler Prize Odds of Winning
Match 6 Jackpot Jackpot 1 in 13,983,816
Match 5 $2,500 $5,000 1 in 54,200.84
Match 4 $100 $200 1 in 1,032.40
Match 3 $2 $4 1 in 56.66
Overall odds are 1 in 54

Other great Massachusetts Lottery draw games include Mass Cash, a Match 5 game which has a set jackpot of $100,000, and Numbers, a quick game that offers drawings twice a day. You can find a full breakdown of the latest results from all of these lotteries by visiting the Massachusetts Results page. Need re-writing

Instant win games can be purchased at most major retailers and offer players the chance to experience the thrill of victory as soon as they scratch off the ticket cover. Games cost as little as $1 per play and the prizes available can rival those of some draw games. Why not pop into a store today and try one?

Claiming a Massachusetts Lottery Prize

Prizes worth $600 or less can be redeemed at authorized retailers throughout Massachusetts, while any payout worth between $601 and $49,999 can be claimed at the regional offices in Boston, Braintree, New Bedford, Springfield, Woburn or Worcester. If you're really lucky and win $50,000 or more, you'll need to visit the offices in Braintree to make your claim. You'll have one year after the date of the drawing to come forward and pick up your winnings before the prize expires.

Massachusetts taxes of five percent are withheld on all prizes worth more than $600. If you win more than $5,000, both state taxes and a federal tax of 25 percent will be applicable to your prize.

The Fine Print

You must be at least 18 years old to play Massachusetts Lottery games.

Want to win a great Megabucks Doubler prize or hit it big in Lucky for Life? You'll need to buy tickets for these games first. You can't win a lottery, raffle or sweepstake that you haven't entered, and anyone who contacts you out of the blue to tell you otherwise is probably setting you up for a lottery scam. Visit the scams page for more information about how these schemes work and how you can keep yourself from becoming a victim.

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