Texas (TX) Lottery - Winning Numbers & Results (2024)

Texas Lottery COVID-19 update

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, operating hours for Texas Lottery offices and the claiming process may change at any time. While we are continually monitoring the latest updates provided by the lottery operators, we recommend that you contact your local lottery office to get the most up-to-date information before claiming a prize. We appreciate your patience during this time.

Games

Game NamePrize TypeNumbers
Pick 3 MorningTop Prize3 from 0-9
Pick 3 DayTop Prize3 from 0-9
Pick 3 EveningTop Prize3 from 0-9
Pick 3 NightTop Prize3 from 0-9
Daily 4 MorningTop Prize4 from 0-9
Daily 4 DayTop Prize4 from 0-9
Daily 4 EveningTop Prize4 from 0-9
Daily 4 NightTop Prize4 from 0-9
All or Nothing MorningTop Prize12 from 1-24
All or Nothing DayTop Prize12 from 1-24
All or Nothing EveningTop Prize12 from 1-24
All or Nothing NightTop Prize12 from 1-24
Cash FiveTop Prize5 from 1-35
Lotto TexasJackpot6 from 1-54
Texas Two StepJackpot4 from 1-35 + 1 from 1-35
PowerballJackpot5 from 1-69 + 1 from 1-26
Mega MillionsJackpot5 from 1-70 + 1 from 1-25

Game schedule

Advanced draws

GameAdvanced Draws
Pick 3 Morningup to 24
Pick 3 Dayup to 24
Pick 3 Eveningup to 24
Pick 3 Nightup to 24
Daily 4 Morningup to 24
Daily 4 Dayup to 24
Daily 4 Eveningup to 24
Daily 4 Nightup to 24
All or Nothing Morningup to 24
All or Nothing Dayup to 24
All or Nothing Eveningup to 24
All or Nothing Nightup to 24
Cash Fiveup to 12
Lotto Texasup to 15
Texas Two Stepup to 10
Powerballup to 15
Mega Millionsup to 10

Claiming prizes

Here's the process for claiming Texas Lottery prizes.

All Lottery claim centers are open for walk-in claims (no appointment needed).

Prizes over $5 million always require an appointment.

To claim a prize by mail, send the signed winning ticket to:

Texas Lottery Commission
ATTN: Austin Claim Center
P.O. Box 16600
Austin, TX 78761-6600

To claim a prize over $25 by mail, you must also include a completed claim form, your Social Security number, and a copy of your ID.

The prize claim form is accessible via the Texas Lottery website.

Keep a copy of all claim documents for your records.

Options for claiming

PrizeOptions
$599 or lessOption 1 Claim at any local retailer.
Option 2 Claim at any Texas Lottery claim center.
Option 3 Claim by mail.
$600 to $5,000Option 1 Claim at any Texas Lottery claim center.
Option 2 Claim using mobile app.
Option 3 Claim by mail.
Over $5,000 and up to $2.5 millionOption 1 Claim at any Texas Lottery claim center.
Option 2 Claim by mail.
Over $2.5 million and up to $5 millionOption 1 Claim at the Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, or San Antonio claim centers.
Option 2 Claim at the Texas Lottery Headquarters.
Option 3 Claim by mail.
Over $5 millionClaim at the Texas Lottery Headquarters.

Claim centers

Tax information

Here are the taxes withheld for lottery winnings claimed by U.S. citizens or residents.

Texas Lottery tax withholdings on winnings for U.S. citizens or residents
WinningsTaxPercentage
Over $5,000State Tax0%
Federal Tax24%
Total: 24%

If the winner is not a citizen or resident of the U.S., the Texas Lottery withholds a greater amount for taxes.

Texas Lottery tax withholdings on winnings for non-U.S. citizens or non-residents
WinningsTaxPercentage
$600 or moreState Tax0%
Federal Tax30%
Total: 30%

About the Texas Lottery

The Texas Lottery launched in 1992, and generated more than $1 billion in ticket sales in its first year. Today, players can choose from multi-state games, a variety of state draw games, and scratch tickets.

More than 60% of money from ticket sales funds prizes. In addition, the Texas Lottery contributes its proceeds to education and veterans. Since the lottery started, billions in proceeds have gone into the Foundation School Fund.

Contacts

Phone

(800) 375-6886

Postal address

Texas Lottery Headquarters: 1801 N. Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas 78701

FAQs

You have 180 days from the date of the draw to collect your winnings.

The Texas Lottery is not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen tickets. Keep lottery tickets in a safe place. Signing your ticket helps prove you own it in case you lose it.

No, you can only buy tickets in person at authorized retailers.

Yes. Lottery winnings in Texas are subject to federal income taxes (but not state taxes). The lottery also withholds a percentage of certain lottery winnings for federal tax purposes, and reports any lottery winnings of $600 or more to the IRS as long as the payout is at least 300 times the amount of the wager.

Check our Tax Information section for more details.

You must be 18 or older to purchase and redeem lottery tickets.

You can pick from Lotto Texas, Texas Two Step, Pick 3, All or Nothing, Cash Five, Daily 4, Powerball, and Mega Millions.

As of September 1, 2017, winners of $1 million or more may choose to remain anonymous. Winners of prizes less than $1 million do not have this option, and their details can be disclosed in a public records request.

Lottery proceeds go toward education and veteran programs in Texas.

Use the following links to find results for the day you are looking for:
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

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