SD Lottery Results – Check South Dakota Lotto Winning Numbers

By Milo Cruz
Results Updated On:19 Jun 2024 (GMT)
South Dakota Lottery (SD) Results and Winning Numbers
Game Winning Numbers Details
Mega Millions
Regular Numbers
Mega Ball
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Regular Numbers
Power Play
Next Jackpot
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Lotto America
Regular Numbers
Star Ball
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Dakota Cash
Regular Numbers
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Powerball Double Play
Regular Numbers
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Lucky For Life
Regular Numbers
Lucky Ball
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Next Draw

About the South Dakota Lottery

South Dakota SD Lottery logo

The South Dakota Lottery launched in 1987 after voters approved an amendment to the state’s constitution. In 1989, South Dakota became the first state to offer a video lottery and has successfully defended several repeals of video lottery games.

In 1990, the South Dakota Lottery joined the Multi-State Lottery Association, and in 1993, Dakota Cash became South Dakota’s flagship cash lotto game. 

Since its inception, the South Dakota Lottery has contributed more than $3 billion to support gambling addiction treatment services, environmental causes, education, recycling and waste disposal programs, drinking water and waste-water improvement projects.

SD Lottery Rules

  • You must be 18 or older to play Scratch and Lotto games;
  • You must be 21 or older to play Video Lottery;
  • Tickets cannot be sold by mail, phone or internet;
  • Tickets must be bought from a licensed South Dakota retailer.

South Dakota Lottery Tickets

South Dakota Lottery tickets must be purchased from a licensed retailer. Winning tickets are valid for up to 180 days from draw day for online games, while Scratch games also remain valid for 180 days following their end date.

Can I buy SD Lottery tickets online?

South Dakota Lottery tickets cannot be purchased online, over the phone or through the mail. Tickets can only be sold by a licensed South Dakota retailer. There is an official website where you can check winning numbers or become a Players Club member for second chance drawings and special promos.

South Dakota Lottery Games and Drawing Schedule


Pick five numbers from 1 to 69 and one Powerball from 1 to 26. Tickets cost $2 per play or $3 with optional Power Play or Double Play. Power Play will double the ‘Match 5’ jackpot prize and apply a multiplier on other non-jackpot prizes, 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x or 10x.

Double Play gives players a second chance to match their numbers in a separate draw with a top prize of $10 million. Tickets must be purchased by 9pm (CT) on the draw nights.

Drawings: Every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday night.

Mega Millions

If you want tot play Mega Millions, pick five numbers from 1 to 70 and one Mega Ball from 1 to 25. Tickets cost $2 per play or $3 with optional Megaplier play. The Megaplier applies a multiplier to non-jackpot lottery prizes by 2x, 3x, 4x or 5x. Mega Millions tickets must be purchased by 9pm (CT) on draw nights.

Drawings: Every Tuesday and Friday night.

Lotto America

To start off, Lotto America pick five numbers from 1 to 52 and one All Star Ball from 1 to 10. Lotto America tickets cost $1 per play or $2 with optional All Star Bonus which applies a multiplier to non-jackpot prizes by 2x, 3x, 4x and 5x. The jackpot starts at $2 million and tickets must be purchased by 9pm on draw nights.

Drawings: Every Wednesday and Saturday night.

Dakota Cash

Dakota Cash is exclusive to SD, tickets cost $1 per play or $2 with optional EZ match instant win feature. Pick five numbers from 1 to 35. EZ match numbers are chosen by the terminal, match any to the chosen Dakota Cash numbers to win the respective prize. Tickets must be purchased by 9pm (CT) on draw nights and the jackpot starts at $20,000.

Drawings: Every Wednesday and Saturday night. 

Lucky For Life

Pick five numbers from 1 to 48 and one Lucky Ball from 1 to 18. Tickets cost $2 per play and the top prize is $1,000 per day for life. Tickets must be purchased by 8:30pm (CT) on draw nights.

Drawings: Every night.

Wisconsin Lottery Game Schedules

Powerball Monday, Wednesday, Saturday 10pm (CT)
Mega Millions Tuesday, Friday 10pm (CT)
Lotto America Wednesday, Saturday 10pm (CT)
Dakota Cash Wednesday, Saturday  10pm (CT)
Lucky For Life Every Night 9:30pm (CT)

How to Claim a Lottery Prize in South Dakota

  1. Sign the back of the ticket in the space provided;
  2. $100 or less, claim at any authorised retailer or by mail;
  3. $101 or more, claim from a State Lottery office in Rapid City, Pierre or Sioux Falls;
  4. Jackpot winning tickets for Powerball, Mega Millions, Dakota Cash, top prize-winning ticket Lucky for Life, 2nd prize tickets for Powerball and Mega Millions must be claimed in person at the Lottery Office in Pierre.

Notable Winners of South Dakota Lotteries

These are the top five winners to hit the biggest jackpots ever won in South Dakota:

  • Neal Wanless of Mission, SD won $232,100,000 in May 2009 from a Powerball ticket;
  • Bill and Tina Nguyen of Pierre, SD won $116,800,000 in May 2006 from a Powerball ticket;
  • The Watertown 34 of Watertown, SD won $50,900,000 in January 2003 from a Powerball ticket;
  • Ionia Klein of Dallas, SD won $12,466,963 in June 1991 from a Lotto America ticket;
  • Brandi Jo Hanson of Yankton, SD won $5,700,000 in August 2019 from a Lucky for Life ticket.

South Dakota Lottery Scratch-Offs

There are over 50 Scratch games offered by the SDLottery. Customers can purchase tickets at any licensed retailer, with prices ranging from $1 to $20 and top prizes reaching $300,000. Players can check out the full list of potential prizes online prior to purchasing a ticket.

South Dakota Lottery Second Chances – What is Second Chance?

Second chance games give players another opportunity by re-entering a ticket that wasn’t a winner the first time around. By becoming a member of the South Dakota Players Club, players can enter second chance draws for selected Scratch games. All you need to do is scan the barcode for that Scratch ticket to be in with the chance of winning a prize.

How Does Second Chance Work for the SD Lottery?

Players Club members can check the list online for eligible Scratch games and when the second chance draw is due. Players are able to enter up to 40 eligible non-winning Scratch tickets within a 24 hour period. 

Once the second chance draw has been held, the SD Lottery will notify winners by email and post their name on the Players Club website, the SD Lottery website, Twitter and Facebook.

Information on the South Dakota Lottery

South Dakota Lottery Office

  • The South Dakota Lottery Headquarters is located at:
    • 711 E. Wells Avenue, Pierre, SD 57501.
  • Satellite offices are located at:
    • 1000 Campbell Street, Suite 2, Rapid City, SD 57701 
    • 3605 S. Western Avenue, Suite B, Sioux Falls, SD 57105.

South Dakota Lottery Customer Support

South Dakota Headquarters can be contacted Monday to Friday 8am – 5pm (CT) as follows:

South Dakota Lottery Social Accounts

For information and updates, follow the South Dakota Lottery’s social media pages:

South Dakota Lottery Apps and Technology

The South Dakota Lottery app can be downloaded from the Google Play or Apple App Store and is compatible with both Android and Apple devices.

South Dakota Lottery mobile iOS Android app

The South Dakota Lottery App has the following key features:

  • Enables players to scan their Lottery tickets for South Dakota lottery results;
  • Enables players to view the latest winning numbers;
  • Enables players to enter the second chance draw.

South Dakota Tax Information

The state of South Dakota does not tax lottery winnings, but the South Dakota Lottery is required to inform the IRS and South Dakota Department of Revenue. The lottery is also required by the IRS to withhold 24% from prizes of more than $5,000. 

Prize amounts of $600 to $4,999 will be accompanied by a W-2G form. For winners who are not a citizen or resident of the U.S., South Dakota Lottery withholds a higher percentage of 30% for prizes over $5,000.

South Dakota Lottery FAQs

Are South Dakota Lottery rules different if you play online?

The SD Lottery cannot be played online. Players are able to check the latest winning Lottery numbers, find a licensed retailer, check remaining prizes for Scratch games, join the Players Club for a chance to enter second drawings and benefit from other promos on the South Dakota website, but not purchase tickets  —  these need to be bought from a licensed retailer.

How do I know lotteries listed on Lottery Critic are legitimate?

Here on Lottery Critic, we only review reliable and trusted sites. We delve deep and explore the licensing information, how long the site has been operational, what feedback has been shared, and complete a full software and security analysis. 

How long does it take to receive your prize if you win the SD Lottery?

For prizes under $100, players can sign the back of their ticket and claim instantly at a licensed retailer, or complete a claim form and send it by mail, whereby prize money should be paid within 7-10 days. Prizes above $101 must be paid by the South Dakota Lottery offices  —  players can again complete a claim form and send by post or visit one of the state offices in person.

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