NJ Lottery

New Jersey Lottery Results

 

Latest Powerball

27 May 2024
9 30 39 49 59 21
Next Jackpot on 29 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$143,000,000

Latest Mega Millions

28 May 2024
12 18 48 57 62 4
Next Jackpot on 31 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$522,000,000

Latest Pick 6 Lotto

27 May 2024
11 16 18 19 30 35
Next Jackpot on 30 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$2,400,000

Latest Cash 5

28 May 2024
9 10 13 20 21 3
Next Jackpot on 29 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$485,000

Latest Cash4Life

28 May 2024
1 3 21 23 60 1
Next Jackpot on 29 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$1,000

Latest Pick 4 Midday

29 May 2024
0 6 8 3 1
Next Jackpot on 30 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$5,000

Latest Pick 3 Midday

29 May 2024
5 9 9 1
Next Jackpot on 30 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$500

Latest Pick 4 Evening

28 May 2024
0 6 3 5 6
Next Jackpot on 29 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$5,000

Latest Pick 3 Evening

28 May 2024
0 3 6 6
Next Jackpot on 29 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$500

About New Jersey Lottery

 New Jersey voters approved of the Lottery in November of 1969. More than 80% of voters approved of this institution, which made it one of the most united decisions in New Jersey's political history. A few months later, in April of 1970, the New Jersey Senate confirmed Ralph Batch as the New Jersey Lottery's first executive director. On December 16 of the same year, the NJ Jersey Lottery sold its first ticket to William T. Cahill, who was the governor at the time. Tickets soon became available at approximately 2,000 establishments throughout New Jersey.

Ticket Sales for the 2022 year totaled $3.634 billion, the second highest in history, following FY21, which had $3.683 billion in sales from draw games and scratch-offs. As of June 30, 2022, the Lottery has contributed $1.074 billion in profits to the State for FY22 to support the public employee pension system.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How old do I have to be to play the lottery in New Jersey?

You must be at least 18 years old to purchase a lottery ticket in New Jersey. At the time of purchase, a retailer will require you to present a state or federal ID with your picture and date of birth. While a legal adult can buy lottery tickets for a minor and present them as gifts, minors cannot buy tickets of their own under any circumstances. A family member or legal guardian must accompany a minor when the minor turns in a winning ticket to receive their prize.

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