Two Step

Put on your cowboy boots and dance the Texas Two Step for the chance to win a jackpot that starts at $200,000 and keeps growing until someone wins! Two Step creates the most jackpot winners in Texas each year, and if you shimmy off with a prize, you will be paid in one lump-sum amount.

Next Estimated Jackpot:
$412 Million
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Playing is easy. For $1 per play, select four numbers from 1 to 35, along with a Bonus Ball from 1 to 35. Alternatively, you can mark Quick Pick to have the numbers automatically selected for you.

You can win a guaranteed $5 just for matching the Bonus Ball number.

Drawings are on Monday and Thursday nights at 10:12 PM CT. Ticket sales are paused during the Draw Break, from 10:02 - 10:15 PM CT.

The four main numbers are drawn as white balls, and the Bonus Ball is red.

Prizes and Odds

Two Step has seven ways to win! Check this handy table to find out the prize amounts and odds of winning:

Texas Two Step Prizes and Odds
Match White Balls Match Red Bonus Ball Est. Prize Odds of Winning
4 1 Jackpot* 1 in 1,832,600
4 0 $1,501*^ 1 in 53,900
3 1 $50*^ 1 in 14,779
3 0 $20*^ 1 in 435
2 1 $20*^ 1 in 657
1 1 $7 Guaranteed 1 in 102
0 1 $5 Guaranteed 1 in 58
Overall odds are 1:32.4. The prize payout over time is est. to be a minimum 50% of Two Step sales.

*Pari-mutuel prize: The total prize is divided equally among multiple winners.

^Prizes may be higher or lower than estimated depending on the number of winners at a prize level. All prizes, including the top prize, will be paid in one lump sum payment.

Can I Play from Outside the U.S.?

If you're outside the U.S., unfortunately you cannot buy Texas Lottery tickets. However, you can take part in Powerball and Mega Millions! Please see the Tickets page for details.

More on the Texas Lottery

Want to know more about the Texas Lottery and the other exciting games offered, like Powerball, Mega Millions, and Lotto Texas? Visit the Texas Lottery page for all the details, including drawing schedule, top lottery winners, how to claim a prize, and the history of the Texas Lottery.