Texas Lottery

TX 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 Lotto Texas

27 May 2024
11 17 29 32 43 50
Next Jackpot on 29 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$21,750,000

Latest Cash Five

28 May 2024
8 10 14 30 32
Next Jackpot on 29 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$25,000

Latest Texas Two Step

27 May 2024
4 5 12 27 24
Next Jackpot on 30 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$500,000

Latest All or Nothing Morning

29 May 2024
1 2 7 8 9 10 11 12 15 18 19 22
Next Jackpot on 30 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$500,000

Latest All or Nothing Day

29 May 2024
1 2 5 6 7 11 13 14 16 21 22 24
Next Jackpot on 30 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$250,000

Latest All or Nothing Evening

29 May 2024
1 5 8 9 12 13 14 15 18 19 21 22
Next Jackpot on 30 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$250,000

Latest All or Nothing Night

28 May 2024
1 4 5 7 13 15 17 20 21 22 23 24
Next Jackpot on 29 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$250,000

Latest Daily 4 Morning

29 May 2024
6 8 9 3 5
Next Jackpot on 30 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$5,000

Latest Daily 4 Day

29 May 2024
2 9 2 0 6
Next Jackpot on 30 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$5,000

Latest Daily 4 Evening

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

Latest Daily 4 Night

28 May 2024
8 1 9 6 0
Next Jackpot on 29 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$5,000

Latest Pick 3 Morning

29 May 2024
0 1 6 3
Next Jackpot on 30 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$500

Latest Pick 3 Day

29 May 2024
0 9 8 0
Next Jackpot on 30 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$500

Latest Pick 3 Evening

29 May 2024
4 0 3 9
Next Jackpot on 30 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$500

Latest Pick 3 Night

28 May 2024
0 4 1 4
Next Jackpot on 29 May 2024
Jackpot Price
$500

About Texas Lottery

The Texas Lottery began in 1992. The first drawing was on Nov. 14, 1992, and the first jackpot win occurred two weeks later, Nov. 28. The lottery launched with weekly drawings on Saturdays but added Wednesday drawings in 1993. Over the years, Texas has added several more games, including Texas Two Step in 2001 and All or Nothing in 2012 and also scratch tickets.

Since its inception, the Texas State Lottery has generated more than $31 billion for causes such as Texas veterans' services and education with support Texans throughout the state.

Here’s a breakdown of where the money generated by the Texas Lottery actually goes, according to a report from the TLC:

 

·         65.1 percent is paid to lottery winners.

·         25.5 percent goes toward Texas education through the Foundation School Fund

·         5.4 percent goes toward compensating retailers.

·         3.7 percent goes to the lottery administration.

·         0.3 percent funds the Veterans Assistance Program and other state programs

Public education is the lotto’s biggest beneficiary outside of lottery winners. Since 1997, the TX Lottery has contributed some $24.4 billion to the Foundation School Fund, which supports public education in Texas. Ticket sales hit a record $8.107 billion this fiscal year.  The state of Texas has the nation’s fourth-richest lottery organization in terms of ticket sales and has recently renewed its relationship with International Game Technology (IGT).

Texas Lottery Commission Headquarters

1801 Congress Avenue, Suite 6.403

Austin, Texas 78701

Mailing Address - General Correspondence

 

Texas Lottery Commission

P.O. Box 16630

Austin, TX 78761-6630

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I play the TX Lottery?

Learning how to play the Texas Lottery is simple. You choose a lottery game purchase a ticket and select your numbers. If you buy a scratch-off just scratch the ticket to see if you match any of the winning numbers to see if you have a winning ticket. Many games have between three and six numbers. Your prize depends on how many numbers you match to the next draw. Drawings may happen multiple times a day, every day, or twice a week, depending on the game you play. The less frequent the drawings, the bigger the winnings are for most games.

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