Wyoming Lottery Numbers
Find all the latest numbers from WyoLotto games like Cowboy Draw, Powerball and Mega Millions right here. Click on a result below for a full prize breakdown and winning numbers.
Current lottery games include: Powerball - Mega Millions - Cowboy Draw - Lucky for Life.
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, there have been some changes in the way you claim prizes in Wyoming. You can find updates on our dedicated Coronavirus Lottery Updates page.
- Latest Wyoming NumbersTap/click to hide the latest numbers
Where to Buy Tickets
If you're living near Wyoming and want to play Cowboy Draw then you'll need to make a visit to the Equality State to buy tickets in-person from an authorized retailer.
Find out when each game is played and when to purchase your tickets buy to be in with a chance of winning:
|Game||Draw Days||Draw Times*||Ticket Sales Close At*|
|Powerball||Wednesday & Saturday||8:59 PM||7:59 PM|
|Mega Millions||Tuesday & Friday||9:00 PM||8:00 PM|
|Lucky for Life||Monday & Thursday||8:38 PM||7:30 PM|
|Cowboy Draw||Monday & Thursday||2:00 PM||1:45 PM|
|*Times are shown in MT.|
The Wyoming Lottery currently offers Powerball, Mega Millions and Lucky for Life tickets to its players. A state-level game, Cowboy Draw, launched on Sunday March 15th, 2015.
Cowboy Draw is played twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays at 2:00 PM MT and offers a starting jackpot of $250,000, which can roll over and increase in value if it isn't won. Players pay $5 for two sets of numbers between 1 and 45, with the option to pick their own numbers or have them randomly generated via Quick Pick. Here are the prizes available:
|Match 5 of 5||Jackpot|
|Match 4 of 5||$1,000|
|Match 3 of 5||$20|
|Match 2 of 5||$5|
|Overall odds of winning any Cowboy Draw prize are 1 in 6|
WyoLotto does not offer scratchcards, instant lottery games and video lottery terminals, and no plans are in place to offer such games as their sale is prohibited by the bill establishing the Lottery itself.
Prizes worth $599 or less can be redeemed from any Wyoming Lottery retailer. If you're lucky enough to win a prize worth $600 or more, then you will need to contact the Wyoming Lottery Headquarters in Cheyenne to start the process of claiming your prize.
History of the Wyoming Lottery
Governor Matt Mead signed HB 77 into law on March 13, 2013, which established the Wyoming Lottery. The first day of sales took place on August 24th, 2014 and nearly $200,000 was raised by the end of the day. For the least-populated state in America, that's a pretty good total! By the end of the first month, that amount had reached $1.8 million, exceeding the Commission's expectations.
The first $6 million in revenue raised through ticket sales after start-up loans are paid off will be allocated to city governments across the state. Additional funds raised will be given to the Wyoming Education Trust Fund to help out K-12 programs.
If you want to play Wyoming Lottery games, you must be at least 18 years old.