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Based in the state capital of Indianapolis, the Hoosier Lottery is Indiana's official state lottery, named after the state's own nickname. State legislators have established lotteries to fund public works and development projects for local communities. The first official scratch-off game, Hoosier Millionaire, launched in October 1989, followed by the debut of the first online game, Lotto Cash, in April 1990. Today, the Hoosier Lottery features draw games like the Hoosier Lotto, Poker Lotto, Powerball, Cash 5, and Mega Millions, along with scratch-off ticket lotteries and mobile games for a variety of play options.
Indiana's official state lottery, the Hoosier Lottery, conducts several lottery drawings throughout the week for our in-house draw games. The Hoosier Lottery draws winning numbers daily for the Daily 3, Daily 4, Cash 5, and Quick Draw lottery games. For the Hoosier Lotto, we hold drawings on Wednesdays and Saturdays. For multi-state lottery games, Cash4Life conducts daily drawings, Mega Millions draws numbers on Tuesdays and Fridays, and Powerball draws on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
The price of Hoosier Lottery tickets varies based on the game you want to participate in. You can purchase Cash 5 or Quick Draw tickets for $1. Hoosier Lotto, Cash4Life, Mega Millions, and Powerball tickets are $2. Daily 3 and Daily 4 ticket prices depend on your desired wager of either $0.50, $1, $2, $5, or $10.
No. Lottery ticket purchases are only available at participating retailers. You can choose your lottery numbers using paper playslips or through digital playslips through the Hoosier Lottery app on your phone. With the app, you can choose your numbers, but you'll still need to go to a retailer to validate your picks and get your tickets.
A playslip is a paper or digital form where you select your desired numbers for a lottery draw. For paper playslips, shade in the boxes that represent your number choices. Using digital playslips through the Hoosier Lottery app allows you to select your numbers with a few clicks. At select Hoosier Lottery retailers, you may recite your numbers to retailer personnel to receive your ticket without using a paper playslip.
You can download the Hoosier Lottery app on your iPhone or Android device through your app store.
With the Hoosier Lottery app, you can build digital playslips through the myPlayslip feature, which allows you to pick your desired lottery numbers on your mobile device to validate at your local lottery retailer. You can check your lottery tickets instantly by scanning them with your phone's camera to see if you've won. Using the Hoosier Lottery app provides you with exclusive myLOTTERY membership perks, push notifications, and 2ndChance Promotions for trips or cash prizes.
You can find the Hoosier Lottery retailer nearest to you using the Hoosier Lottery app or by checking our website and inputting your ZIP code.
No. The rules and prizes remain the same for all Hoosier Lottery games.
In Indiana, you must be 18 or older to play the Hoosier Lottery. Please play responsibly.
Yes. If you're visiting the state of Indiana, you can purchase Hoosier Lottery tickets from any participating lottery retailer.
We only collect information relevant to us in conducting our business from the information you provide us through things such as myLOTTERY registrations or email subscriptions. This information may include your email address, physical address, ZIP code, phone number, and birthday.
The Hoosier Lottery uses your information to register you for your myLOTTERY account, add you to our emailing lists, send you requested information, confirm your eligibility to play our games, and improve how we communicate with you in terms of methods, frequency, and content. While we collect and store your information, we want to protect the integrity of that information, and we do not sell or rent your personal information to anyone.
We do not disclose your personal information to others unless you've provided consent in advance or the law requires or permits us to.
We reserve the right to display some of your information, such as your name, photo, or prize amount on our website or social media pages. Certain laws may require that we disclose specific information for prize winners, and we conduct our business in accordance with all applicable laws.
Each lottery game offers varying odds for winning prizes. With games like the Daily 3 or Daily 4 where your wager can range from $0.50 to $10, the odds of winning a prize vary by player selection. Playing the Hoosier Lotto gives you overall odds of winning for 1 in 6 players. Cash4Life has overall odds of 1 in 8, Quick Draw is 1 in 9.1, while Cash 5 is 1 in 11. The larger lotteries like Mega Millions and Powerball have odds of 1 in 24 and 1 in 25, respectively.
You can check your lottery tickets by scanning them through the Lottery Current APP or the Hoosier Lottery app or by checking our website for current jackpots and winning numbers. We display the current jackpots and winning numbers at the top banner of our website for your convenience.
The Hoosier Lottery updates lottery numbers and information as soon as we conduct our drawings to ensure that prize winners know as soon as possible to come and collect their prize.
You can redeem your prize in person or by mail after signing and completing the back of your lottery ticket. To redeem your prize in person, visit one of our Prize Payment Centers and wait in line outside of the building. For mail-in prize redemption, print out the winner claim form from our website and fill it out by hand. You can mail copies of the winner claim form, the front and back of your winning ticket, and a valid government-issued photo ID to the Hoosier Lottery Headquarters.
You have 180 days to redeem your prize. For draw games, this 180-day period begins on the number drawing date, on the purchase date for Fast Play games, and on the game end date for scratch-off games.
Yes. If you've won a lottery prize before, you can still participate in other lotteries. The Hoosier Lottery currently offers five in-house draw games: Daily 3, Daily 4, Cash 5, Quick Draw, and the Hoosier Lotto, which was the first lottery game in Indiana. Along with these in-house games, the Hoosier Lottery participates in Cash4Life, Mega Millions, and Powerball. For any questions or concerns about the Hoosier Lottery, current lottery services, or security inquiries, you can contact a customer service representative at 1-800-955-6886 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Our customer service representatives are available to help you seven days a week between 8 a.m. and midnight.
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