Colorado Lottery

CO Lottery Numbers

 

Latest Powerball

10 April 2024
6 7 12 24 36 15
Next Jackpot on 13 April 2024
Jackpot Price
$46,000,000

Latest Mega Millions

12 April 2024
1 12 14 18 66 16
Next Jackpot on 16 April 2024
Jackpot Price
$148,000,000

Latest Lucky For Life

12 April 2024
1 19 20 34 44 4
Next Jackpot on 13 April 2024
Jackpot Price
$1,000

Latest Lotto

10 April 2024
3 24 27 28 32 37
Next Jackpot on 13 April 2024
Jackpot Price
$6,800,000

Latest Lotto Plus

10 April 2024
2 4 13 21 26 35
Next Jackpot on 13 April 2024
Jackpot Price
$250,000

Latest Cash 5

12 April 2024
1 3 9 14 27
Next Jackpot on 13 April 2024
Jackpot Price
$20,000

Latest Pick 3 Evening

12 April 2024
6 2 2
Next Jackpot on 13 April 2024
Jackpot Price
$500

Latest Pick 3 Midday

12 April 2024
4 8 8
Next Jackpot on 13 April 2024
Jackpot Price
$500

About Colorado Lottery

The Colorado Lottery started on January 24, 1983 first selling only scratch tickets. The first lottery ticket game drawing took place on April 23, 1983 and has the state has paid out more than 5 billion dollars in prizes! The jackpot games consist of Powerball, Mega Millions, Lucky for Life, Colorado Lotto+, Cash 5 and Pick 3.

Colorado Powerball was launched in 2001 and Mega Millions on May 16, 2010. Colorado joined Lucky for Life on July 17, 2016,  which is available in 24 states and the District of Columbia. Pick 3 began in April 2013 and Cash 5 began in 1996 and the Colorado Lotto+ replaced Colorado Lotto and had its first drawing on September 25, 2019. The state of Colorado is a member of the Multi-State Lottery Association(MUSL).

In 2021, the state of Colorado generated $792 Million in revenue, and has paid out a  $61 million  in total retailer commissions. The Colorado Lottery also launched the Outdoor Equity Fund administered by Colorado Parks and Wildlife,  new for Fiscal Year 2021. For the first time in over a decade, new legislation changed the Lottery’s funding distribution after the GOCO cap was met. The new fund allocates money to fund projects that expand access to the outdoors for underrepresented communities. A fund that will grow every year, this year the fund received $750,000.

CPW received an additional $4.6 million based on the new funding formula. These funds are split equally between the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Cash Fund and the Parks and Outdoor Recreation Cash Fund.

Over  the last 39 years, the Colorado Lottery has given back  $3.9 billion to the state of  Colorado for state parks, recreation, open space, wildlife projects and public-school construction, which helps them enhance the great outdoors and building excellent schools today.

Colorado Lottery Headquarters: 

225 N Main Street, Pueblo, CO 81003

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Did Anyone Win Lotto+?

Yes, actually Lotto+  had its biggest winner in 2021. A lucky Jackpot winner bought his ticket at King Soopers at 12043 Alameda in Lakewood. He won  $5.9 million and  plans to travel the world as much as possible. This was the Lottery’s 445th Lotto jackpot winner since 1989.


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