Oklahoma Lottery Numbers
You don't have to miss out on the latest Oklahoma Lottery numbers - just use this page to look up the latest winning numbers from your favorite games.
Current lottery games include: Powerball - Mega Millions - Lotto America - Lucky for Life - Oklahoma Cash 5 - Oklahoma Pick 3.
Latest Oklahoma Numbers
Living near Oklahoma and interested in playing the lottery games on offer? It's easy - just visit an authorized retailer in the Sooner State.
Oklahoma Lottery Drawing Schedule
There are six different draw games on offer in OK each week, find out which one is being played next and how late you can buy your tickets.
|Game||Draw Days||Draw Times*||Ticket Sales Close At*|
|Powerball||Monday, Wednesday & Saturday||9:59 PM||8:59 PM|
|Mega Millions||Tuesday & Friday||10:00 PM||8:59 PM|
|Lotto America||Monday, Wednesday & Saturday||9:15 PM||8:59 PM|
|Lucky for Life||Daily||9:38 PM||8:30 PM|
|Pick 3||Daily||9:00 PM||8:59 PM|
|Cash 5||Daily||9:00 PM||8:59 PM|
|*Times are shown in CT.|
Oklahoma Cash 5 offers a top prize of $25,000 every day of the week, and best of all, the taxes have already been paid for you! Tickets cost $1 per play and all you have to do is pick five numbers from 1 to 36 or have them randomly generated for you using the Easy Pick option. If you match all five main numbers drawn, you'll win the top prize! Here's how it works:
|Winning Tier||Prize||Odds of Winning|
|Match 5 of 5||$25,000||1 in 376,992|
|Match 4 of 5||$500||1 in 2,32|
|Match 3 of 5||$10||1 in 81|
|Match 2 of 5||Free Easy Pick Ticket||1 in 8|
|Odds of winning any Oklahoma Cash 5 prize are 1 in 7.6|
Other Oklahoma Lottery draw games include Pick 3.
Scratchers offer instant fun to Oklahoma Lottery players who don't want to wait for a drawing to take place. These games are on sale at authorized retailers and cost between $1 and $5. All you have to do after that is scratch off the coating to see if you've won big!
Quickticket is a fun and unique way to play Powerball or Mega Millions with an Easy Pick scratch-off. Quicktickets are available exclusively from Dollar General stores and are valid for the next draw. Simply scratch off the coating to reveal the randomly chosen Easy Pick numbers. Choose from a $4 ticket, with two plays, or a $10 ticket, with five plays. Power Play and Megaplier are not available with Quickicket. The cut-off time to buy Quicktickets on draw nights is 8:59 PM. If you're lucky enough to win a prize, please note you are not able to cash Quicktickets are Dollar General; they must be taken to a traditional OK Lottery retailer.
Prizes won in draw games expire 180 days after the date of the drawing and scratchers prizes expire 90 days after the announced date of closure for the game.
All winning tickets of any amount may be claimed by mailing to the Lottery's headquarters in Oklahoma City.
Prizes worth $600 or less can also be claimed right away from an authorized retailer.
Prizes worth between $601 and $5,000 can be redeemed by mail, at the Oklahoma Lottery Headquarters or at an authorized lottery claim center in:
- Elk City
- Oklahoma City
- Pauls Valley
Prizes worth more than $5,000 may be claimed at the Lottery Headquarters and will be subject to a federal withholding tax of 25 percent, as well as an Oklahoma state tax of four percent. Cash 5's top prize of $25,000 is the net amount after tax so winners will receive the advertised jackpot.
Claim a prize by mail
Prizes of an value may be claimed via mail. For prizes up to $600, sign and complete the back of the ticket.
For prizes over $600, send the following:
- Original completed and signed ticket
- Completed claim form
- Copy of your government-issued photo ID
- Copy of your Social Security card or official tax document with your SSN
Oklahoma Lottery Headquarters
P.O. Box 548810
Oklahoma City, OK 73154-8810
History of the Oklahoma Lottery
The Oklahoma Lottery was established in November 2004 in order to support educational initiatives in the state from kindergarten to college. Powerball tickets went on sale for the first time in January 2006 and the Oklahoma Lottery joined Mega Millions in January 2010.
Over $652 million has been raised for education since 2004 thanks to Oklahoma residents buying tickets for the chance to fund dreams of their own. Out of the money allocated to education, 45 percent is given to K-12 programs, 39.5 percent is distributed to higher education programs such as grants and scholarships, 5 percent is dedicated to funding teachers' retirement funds, another 5 percent is given to the School Consolidation and Assistance Fund and 5.5 percent helps cover the cost of educational equipment upgrades and scholarships through the CareerTech program.
The state joined the popular Lucky for Life game in February 2018.
All Oklahoma Lottery players must be at least 18 years old.