Wisconsin Lottery Numbers
Never miss out on a big prize - visit this page for all the latest Wisconsin Lottery numbers. Just click on a link below to view the most recent winning numbers for the drawing of your choice.
Current lottery games include: Powerball - Mega Millions - Wisconsin Badger 5 - Super Cash - Megabucks - All or Nothing - Pick 3 - Pick 4.
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You can buy Wisconsin Lottery tickets from any authorized retailer throughout the state. If you buy a ticket whilst on vacation, you'll need to claim any winnings before you return home.
Wisconsin Lottery Drawing Schedule
Get the drawing days, times and ticket sale cut-offs for all games on offer in the state:
|Game||Draw Days||Draw Times*||Ticket Sales Close At*|
|Powerball||Wednesday & Saturday||9:59 PM||9:00 PM|
|Mega Millions||Tuesday & Friday||10:00 PM||9:00 PM|
|Megabucks||Wednesday & Saturday||9:00 PM||9:00 PM|
|SuperCash||Daily||9:00 PM||9:00 PM|
|Pick 3||Daily||6:15 PM||6:15 PM|
|Pick 4||Daily||6:15 PM||6:15 PM|
|Badger 5||Daily||9:00 PM||9:00 PM|
|*Times are shown in CT.|
Megabucks & EZ Match
Megabucks is the flagship game of Wisconsin, creating countless millionaires across the state. Players pay $1 for two entries and select six different numbers from 1 to 49 for each line. Drawings are held on Wednesday and Saturday evenings after 9:00 PM. To win a prize, players must match at least three of the six numbers. Here's how it works:
|Winning Tier||Prize||Odds (based on
two lines played)
|Match 6 of 6||Jackpot||1 in 6,991,908|
|Match 5 of 6||$5,000||1 in 27,101|
|Match 4 of 6||$30||1 in 517|
|Match 3 of 6||$2||1 in 29|
|Overall odds of winning any Megabucks prize are 1 in 27|
Feel the need to enhance your Megabucks experience? Just pay an extra $1 to unlock EZ Match, which could see you win up to $250 straight away! An extra set of numbers will randomly generated and printed on your ticket, and if your EZ Match numbers match the numbers you've selected for the Megabucks drawing then you'll snap up a cash prize. Here are the odds for winning EZ Match prizes:
|$250||1 in 2,000|
|$50||1 in 686|
|$25||1 in 400|
|$10||1 in 200|
|$5||1 in 120|
|$2||1 in 30|
|$1||1 in 5|
Badger 5 starts off with a $10,000 jackpot that increases in value until it is won. Drawings are held every evening after 9:00 PM. Tickets cost $1 each and players then pick five numbers from 1 to 31 or have their entry randomly generated using the Quick Pick option. To earn a prize, players must match at least two of the five winning numbers. Here's a breakdown of the prizes and odds:
|Match 5 of 5||Jackpot||1 in 169,911|
|Match 4 of 5||$50||1 in 1,308|
|Match 3 of 5||$2||1 in 53|
|Match 2 of 5||$1||1 in 7|
|Overall odds of winning a Badger 5 prize are 1 in 6|
SuperCash! is a super-charged game that offers a top prize of $350,000 every single day! Players buy a minimum of two lines for $1 and pick six numbers from 1 to 39. A Quick Pick option is also available and takes all the hard work of choosing numbers out of a player's hands. To win the six-figure prize, players must match all six numbers drawn. There's even a nifty Doubler option that could see the value of your non-jackpot prizes double in an instant. A separate drawing is held to determine whether or not a Doubler prize will be on offer for the drawing in question. Here's how SuperCash! works:
|Match 6 of 6||$350,000||1 in 1,631,312|
|Match 5 of 6||$500||1 in 8,239|
|Match 4 of 6||$30||1 in 206|
|Match 3 of 6||$1||1 in 15|
|Doubler||N/A||1 in 7|
|Odds of winning any SuperCash prize (without the Doubler) are 1 in 14|
All or Nothing
All or Nothing is a daily game where you can win up to $100,000. You must choose 11 numbers from 1 to 22 to take part, with each play costing $2. If all your numbers come up, you walk away with the top prize. If none of them appear, that’s just as good! There are three other prize levels, and you can enter drawings up to seven days in advance. The table below shows just how you can win prizes:
|Match 0 or 11 numbers||$100,000||1 in 705,432|
|Match 1 or 10 numbers||$500||1 in 5,831|
|Match 2 or 9 numbers||$40||1 in 234|
|Match 3 or 8 numbers||$4||1 in 26|
Wisconsin Lottery also offer other games including Pick 3 and Pick 4.
Feel the need to test your luck now? The Wisconsin Lottery offers both scratch tickets and pull tab games for those who want the chance to win big cash prizes right off the bat. Scratch tickets cost between $1 and $30 and can offer prizes of up to $1 million! The pull tab games cost 50 cents or $1 and offer prizes worth between 50 cents and $200. Visit an authorized Wisconsin Lottery retailer today to play these games and see if you have what it takes to land some cash.
You've done it - you've won a Wisconsin Lottery prize! Whether you picked up $10 on a scratch ticket or you've just become the newest Megabucks jackpot winner, here's what you need to know.
Prizes worth $599 or less can be claimed at any Wisconsin Lottery retailer, by mail or at a Lottery Office in either Madison or Milwaukee. Prizes worth between $600 and $501,000 can be claimed by post or in person at the Milwaukee office, and all prizes, regardless of value, can be redeemed at the Madison office.
Were you lucky enough to win $2,000 or more? You'll be subject to Wisconsin state taxes of 7.65 percent. If you win $5,000 or more, 25 percent in federal taxes will also be deducted from your prize.
If you win a prize, you have 180 days from the date of the drawing or 180 days from the announced date of closure (for scratch tickets) to claim your prize. Any prizes left unclaimed after this point are transferred to the Lottery Property Tax Relief Fund.
History of the Wisconsin Lottery
The Wisconsin Lottery started selling tickets on September 14th, 1988. An instant game, "Match 3" and a pull tab game called "Wisconsin Red" were the first lottery games on offer. In 1989, the Lottery launched the Money Game TV Show, which gave lucky players the chance to win big on local television.
Powerball tickets went on sale in the Badger State in April 1992 and the state joined Mega Millions in January 2010. Since 1988, the Wisconsin Lottery has paid out over $6 billion in prizes and has distributed over $3 billion in property tax credits for state residents.
All players must be at least 18 years old. However, minors can receive lottery tickets if they are purchased by an adult and given as gifts.