West Virginia Lottery Numbers
You'll find the latest West Virginia Lottery numbers right here on this page. Current lottery games include: Powerball - Mega Millions - Lotto America - Cash 25 - Daily 3 - Daily 4.
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You currently can't buy West Virginia Lottery tickets online, via mail or by phone. All purchases must be made in person from an authorized retailer within the state.
West Virginia Drawing Schedule
There are seven exciting draw-style games for your to take part in, find out when they are held and they cut-off time for entry:
|Game||Draw Days||Draw Times*||Ticket Sales Close At*|
|Powerball||Wednesday & Saturday||11:00 PM||9:59 PM|
|Mega Millions||Tuesday & Friday||10:59 PM||9:59 PM|
|Lotto America||Wednesday & Thursday||1:30 PM||9:59 PM|
|Cash 25||Monday, Tuesday
Thursday & Friday
|6:59 PM||6:49 PM|
|Daily 3||Monday - Saturday||6:59 PM||6:49 PM|
|Daily 4||Monday - Saturday||6:59 PM||6:49 PM|
|*Times are shown in ET.|
In addition to selling tickets for Powerball, Lotto America and Mega Millions, the West Virginia Lottery offers players the chance to play Cash25, a great draw game available exclusively in the Mountain State.
Cash25 is a game that holds drawings on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. All you need to do is buy a ticket for $1 and pick six numbers from 1 to 25 before the close of sales at 6:40 PM EST on the day of a drawing. That's it! Here's what you could win:
|Match 6||$25,000||1 in 177,100|
|Match 5||$250||1 in 1,553|
|Match 4||$10||1 in 69|
|Match 3||$1||1 in 9|
|Odds of winning any Cash25 prize are 1 in 8.3|
West Virginia Daily 3 drawings are held every evening so tickets must be purchased before 6:49pm ET in order to be valid for that day's draw. There are several different ways to play and win Daily 3, so use the table below to work out your potential payout.
|Game Type||Prize Payout (for $1 wager)||Odds of Winning|
|Straight||$500||1 in 1,000|
|$330||1 in 1,000|
|$290||1 in 1,000|
|3-Way Box||$160||1 in 333|
|6-Way Box||$80||1 in 167|
West Virginia Daily 4 is played alongside the Daily 3 game at 6:59pm EST every evening. The game offers 13 different play types, find out more about the prize payouts and odds of winning for each:
|Game Type||Prize Payout (for $1 ticket)||Odds of Winning|
|Straight||$5,000||1 in 10,000|
|4-Way Box||$1,200||1 in 2,500|
|6-Way Box||$800||1 in 1,667|
|12-Way Box||$400||1 in 833|
|24-Way Box||$200||1 in 417|
|$3,100||1 in 10,000|
|$2,900||1 in 10,000|
|$2,700||1 in 10,000|
|$2,600||1 in 10,000|
The West Virginia Lottery also offers instant win games that give players across the state a chance to win big in a matter of seconds. Game prices range from $1 to $20 and prizes can easily reach six figures. Pick up an instant win game from a local lottery retailer and give it a try!
You've hit the big time and won a massive West Virginia Lottery prize! Congratulations - now make sure that you claim it properly. You'll have 180 days from the date of the draw (or the closing of the game for instants) to redeem your prize, so don't delay!
Prizes worth $600 or less can be claimed at any West Virginia Lottery retailer that has an authorized terminal on the premises. Prizes worth $601 or more have to be claimed by mail or in person at the West Virginia Lottery headquarters in Charleston or the office in Weirton.
If you win $5,000 or more, you'll have 25 percent in federal taxes withheld from your prize and West Virginia will levy a state tax of 6.5 percent.
You can stay anonymous if you win a prize of over $1 million, but on the condition that five percent of your money will be given to the State Lottery Fund.
History of the West Virginia Lottery
The West Virginia Lottery was established in November 1984 when the Legislature approved an amendment to the state's constitution. The Lottery Act was then passed in April 1985 and the West Virginia Lottery began selling tickets on January 9th, 1986. That first day was a huge success as residents snapped up over 1.5 million tickets.
Since the day it began operating, the West Virginia Lottery has raised more than $3.3 billion for public education, $828 million for programs benefiting senior citizens and $805 million to tourism, parks and natural resources.
Playing the West Virginia Lottery can net you big prizes, but you'll also have the chance to help improve vital services for you and others in your state!
You'll need to be at least 18 years old to buy West Virginia Lottery tickets. If you're looking to play MegaHits, then you'll need to be at least 21 years old as the game can only be played at casinos or racinos.