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New York Pick 10 Drawing Schedule
Pick 10 has daily drawings held at 8:30 PM EST.
New York Pick 10 Payout and Mechanics
As its name would suggest, Pick 10 requires players to choose 10 numbers from a pool of 80 to play. Match all 10 numbers drawn and take the top prize, which is at $500,000. There are six prize tiers in total.
New York Pick 10 costs $1 per play.
New York Pick 10 Payouts and Odds
Numbers Matched  Prize  Odds 
10 of 10  $500,000  1 in 8,911,711 
9 of 10  $6,000  1 in 163,381 
8 of 10  $300  1 in 7,384 
7 of 10  $40  1 in 621 
6 of 10  $10  1 in 87 
0 of 10  $4  1 in 22 
Overall odds of winning a prize: 1 in 17
New York Pick 10 Prize Claiming
All New York Lottery winning tickets must be claimed within 1 year after the draw.
You can claim prizes up to $600 from any licensed lottery retailer. For prizes that go above this amount, you must visit any of the New York Lottery’s customer service centers or mail your claim to their office.
Finally, take note that New York Pick 10 prizes are subject to state and federal taxes, so don’t expect to get all of the advertised prize.