Texas (TX) Lottery Results – Check Tonight’s Texas (TX) Lottery Winning Numbers

By Milo Cruz
Results Updated On:19 Jun 2024 (GMT)
Game Winning Numbers Details
Mega Millions
Regular Numbers
21
22
50
55
67
Mega Ball
20
Megaplier
2
Next Jackpot
$80,000,000
Draw Date
Next Draw
Powerball
Regular Numbers
30
48
53
58
66
Powerball
09
Power Play
2
Next Jackpot
$56,000,000
Draw Date
Next Draw
Lotto Texas
Regular Numbers
06
10
21
25
28
45
Next Jackpot
$27,750,000
Draw Date
Next Draw
Texas Two Step
Regular Numbers
18
24
30
31
Bonus
24
Next Jackpot
$350,000
Draw Date
Next Draw
Cash Five
Regular Numbers
03
20
21
26
28
Next Jackpot
$25,000
Draw Date
Next Draw
Powerball Double Play
Regular Numbers
30
41
42
67
68
Powerball
16
Draw Date
Next Draw
Pick 3 Night
0-5-3
FIREBALL
9
Draw Date
Next Draw
Pick 3 Evening
0-2-7
FIREBALL
3
Draw Date
Next Draw
Pick 3 Day
2-3-2
FIREBALL
5
Draw Date
Next Draw
Pick 3 Morning
0-3-5
FIREBALL
2
Draw Date
Next Draw
Daily 4 Night
Regular Numbers
9
9
0
5
FIREBALL
7
Draw Date
Next Draw
Daily 4 Evening
Regular Numbers
3
3
7
7
FIREBALL
5
Draw Date
Next Draw
Daily 4 Day
Regular Numbers
0
8
6
7
FIREBALL
0
Draw Date
Next Draw
Daily 4 Morning
Regular Numbers
0
2
0
2
FIREBALL
8
Draw Date
Next Draw
All or Nothing Night
Regular Numbers
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
09
14
18
22
23
Draw Date
Next Draw
All or Nothing Evening
Regular Numbers
04
05
06
11
12
13
14
15
16
19
20
23
Draw Date
Next Draw
All or Nothing Day
Regular Numbers
07
08
10
12
13
14
16
17
20
21
22
23
Draw Date
Next Draw
All or Nothing Morning
Regular Numbers
02
03
07
08
10
11
13
14
17
18
21
22
Draw Date
Next Draw

About the Texas Lottery

Texas TX Lottery logo

The Texas Lottery is the official lottery of the state of Texas, operated by the TX Lottery Commission. It was founded in 1992 and has since generated over $33 billion toward supporting the educational system, veterans, and multiple important social programs in the Lone Star State.

Texas Lottery Rules

In order to participate in the TX Lottery, you will need to abide by the following rules:

  • You must be 18 years or older to purchase;
  • You need to sign your ticket after you buy it;
  • You must claim your top prize in the first 180 days after the drawing or after The Official Texas lottery Commission closes the game;
  • When you’re buying Mega Millions, Powerball, and Lotto Texas, you need to choose a cash value (CVO) option or annual play (AP).

Texas Lottery Tickets

Any licensed retailer in the state of Texas can sell you tickets. After the drawing is finished, you will have 180 days to collect your top prize. For scratch lottery tickets, the 180-day-limit period starts from the date when the Commission has closed the game.

Can I Buy TX Tickets Online?

Unfortunately no, you cannot. The laws and regulations in Texas prohibit the sale of tickets online.

TX Lottery Games and Drawing Schedule

Powerball

For only $2 per play, you can be in with a chance to win the Powerball jackpot worth millions of dollars. The rules are pretty simple — you just have to pick 5 numbers between 1 and 69 and a Powerball number between 1 and 26. With the ‘Multi-Draw’ option, you can play the same numbers more than once. If you pay an additional dollar for ‘Power Play,’ you can increase your winnings. Drawings are held every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 10:12pm CT.

Mega Millions

To play Mega Millions, you need to choose 5 numbers from 1 to 70 and one Mega Ball number from 1 to 25. Again, the Multi-Draw option allows you to play the same numbers multiple times, while the ‘Multiplier’ increases the worth of your jackpot. Mega Millions can add up to $84 million to your bankroll every Tuesday and Friday at 10:12pm CT.

Lotto Texas

All you have to do to play Lotto Texas is select 6 numbers between 1 and 54. More options like Multi-Draw and ‘Extra!’ enable you to play the same numbers up to 10 times and increase your winnings. In Lotto Texas each of these features costs $1. The drawings occur on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays at 10:12pm CT.

Texas Two Step

You can try your luck at Texas Two Step by choosing 4 numbers and a Bonus Ball number from 1 to 35. Unlike Mega Millions, Two Step costs just a dollar per play. You can play Two Step combination of numbers more than once with Multi-Draw, as well. The drawings are broadcast every Monday and Thursday at 10:12pm CT.

Pick 3

In the TX Lottery’s Pick 3, the players need to select 3 numbers from 0 to 9 and their preferred playstyle. The types of bets are:

  • Exact Order — If you choose this one, you’ll have to match the winning numbers in the exact order;
  • Any Order — As the name suggests, with this playstyle, you can match the winning numbers in any order;
  • Any/Exact Order — Here, you need to match the numbers in either any or exact order, thus doubling your chances of winning.
  • Combo — If you opt for this one, you can play all the possible Exact Order combinations on one ticket.

Furthermore, the players can improve their chances of winning by playing Multi-Draw or ‘Fireball!’. Drawings take place from Monday to Saturday at 10:00 a.m., 12:27pm, 6:00pm, and 10:12pm CT.

Daily 4

The rules of Daily 4 include picking 4 numbers between 0 and 9. Just like in Pick 3, you can choose between 4 different playstyles (Exact Order, Any Order, Exact/Any Order, and Combo) and match the front, the mid, or the back pair of winning numbers.

In this game, Multi-Draw and Fireball! can also help you boost your chances of hitting the grand prize. Draws occur 4 times a day — at 10:00 am, 12:27pm, 6:00pm, and 10:12pm CT from Monday to Saturday. However, you cannot play more than once a day.

Cash Five

This game offers its players a chance to win a $25,000 prize by matching 5 digits from 1 to 35 to the winning numbers. Each play costs $1, and you can use the same combination for up to 12 consecutive rounds by using Multi-Draw. The numbers are drawn from Monday to Saturday at 10:12pm CT.

All or Nothing

To play, you need to select 12 numbers from 1 to 24. With the Multi-Draw option, you can use the same numbers up to 24 times. Each play will cost you just $2. The drawings take place Monday through Saturday at 10:00 a.m., 12:27pm, 6:00pm, and 10:12pm CT.

Game Drawing Days Drawing Times
Powerball Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday 10:12pm
Mega Millions Tuesday and Friday  10:12pm
Lotto Texas Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday 10:12pm
Texas Two Step Monday and Thursday 10:12pm
Pick 3 Monday to Saturday 10:00am, 12:27pm, 6:00pm, and 10:12pm
Daily 4 Monday to Saturday 10:00am., 12:27pm, 6:00pm, and 10:12pm
Cash Five Monday to Saturday 10:12pm
All or Nothing Monday to Saturday 10:00am, 12:27pm, 6:00pm, and 10:12pm

How to Claim a Lottery Prize in Texas

The manner in which you can claim your winnings depends on how much the top prize is worth. You can redeem prizes up to $599 at any licensed lottery retailer, local claim center, the Lottery Commission in Austin, or by mail.

Prizes worth $600 to $2.5 million and merchandise prize packs can be claimed at the local claim center, the Lottery Commission in Austin, or by mail. Moreover, you can get those worth from $2.5 to $5 million at the Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio Claim Centers, Lottery Commission in Austin, or by mail.

To claim jackpots, top prizes over $5 million, and prizes paid by annuities, you must make an appointment at the TX Lottery Headquarters in Austin.

Here’s how you can claim any prizes you’ve won:

  1. Sign your ticket as soon as you buy it as a confirmation that you are its rightful owner;
  2. Get your claim form by requesting it via email or phone (800-37-LOTTO — 800-375-6886), finding it online, or visiting your local retailer. Fill it in;
  3. If you’re mailing your form, make sure to send the signed winning ticket as well. You should address them to TX Lottery Commission, ATTN: Austin Claim Center, PO Box 16600, Austin, TX 78761-6600;
  4. In case you’re claiming your top prize in person, come with a valid ID. You can find the list of ID documents that are acceptable on the Texas Lottery official website;
  5. Do not tamper with the tickets;
  6. Keep in mind the 180-day time limit when planning to claim your ticket.

Notable Winners of Texas Lotteries

The TX Lottery has been good to thousands of people over the years. Here are some of its most recent winners:

  • An anonymous winner from Lubbock won a whopping $3,000,000 in September 2021 by playing Mega Millions;
  • An anonymous player from Houston brought home $1,325,000 playing Texas Two Step in August 2021;
  • Gabriela Arevalo Villareal from Edinburg, won $250,000 playing 777 in July 2021;
  • Sherry Ann Philes from Amarillo scored $100,000 on a Crazy Cash scratch-off in August 2021.

Texas Lottery Scratch-Offs

The TX Lottery has a fantastic collection of scratch lottery tickets which is constantly being updated. If you’re lucky, these can make you a winner in an instant. Their prices range from $1 to $50, which is insignificant compared to the prizes they can bring you — up to $1,000,000!

Texas Lottery featured scratch-off games

 

Texas Lottery Second Chances — What is Second Chance?

Second Chance represents promotional drawings that offer unlucky players another opportunity to win. To play Second Chance games at TX Lottery, you need to enter one or more non-winning scratch lottery tickets into an active Second Chance drawing. You can win a variety of rewards, including cash prizes, vacation packages, trips, merchandise, gift cards, and more.

How Does Second Chance Work for the TX Lottery?

You can play Second Chance at the TX Lottery with these non-winning scratchers:

  • $5 Million Vegas Challenge;
  • Houston Texans;
  • Cowboys;
  • Gems 7s;
  • Texas Motor Speedway;
  • Golden Ticket;
  • Cash Celebration;
  • 10, 30, 50, 100, and 200x the Cash.

To enter, you have to create a Luck Zone account on the TX Lottery website. You will need to provide your email address and some personal information. Then, you can submit your tickets for the current drawings. After the drawing closes, the results will come out within the following 15 days.

Information on the Texas Lottery

Texas Lottery Office

The Texas Lottery Headquarters is located at 611 E. 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701.

TX Lottery Customer Support

If you want to contact Texas Lottery’s customer support, you can do so via these channels:

You can also message the agents by filling in this page on their website.

Texas Lottery Social Accounts

To keep up with the Texas Lottery updates and news, you can follow these social media accounts:

Texas Lottery Apps and Technology

You can access the Texas Lottery even when you’re on the go via the Texas Lottery App. This app is available for both iOS and Android devices. You can download it from the Apple Store or Google Play and enjoy a number of its properties.

Texas TX Lottery mobile app

The Texas Lottery App has the following key features:

  • Scanner for codes on your tickets that will tell you whether you’ve won;
  • Latest updates on jackpot amounts;
  • Winning numbers for all available draw games;
  • Opportunity to enter Second Chance drawings;
  • Morep option to save your lucky numbers for future plays;
  • Easy way to find your favorite scratch tickets;
  • Locations of retailers nearby.

Texas Tax Information

Even though Texas does not impose taxes on lottery winnings, your top prize will still be subject to federal income tax if it’s worth $600 or more. The withholding rate for your lottery winnings depends both on the exact amount you’ve won and on your wager. Furthermore, the Federal Government imposes a 30% withholding rate on prizes won by people who are not US residents.

Texas Lottery FAQs

Are Texas lottery rules different if you play online?

You cannot play the TX Lottery online. To participate in the Texas Lottery drawings, you need to buy tickets from licensed retailers in the state.

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

All the lotteries featured on our site are official state lotteries operated by verified organizations. We perform in-depth research to create detailed and factual reviews for our readers. The time and efforts we invest in our work have made us a leading lottery resource online.

How long does it take to receive your top prize if you win the TX lottery?

This depends on the amount of money you’ve won and the way in which you have claimed your prize. Typically, a retailer will pay the prizes of up to $599 immediately. On the other hand, those over $600 and under $5 million need to be processed, which takes more time. Finally, Lotto Texas, Powerball, and Mega Millions jackpot prizes and other winnings over $5 million have to be processed at TX Lottery headquarters in Austin and then paid in annuities. Merchandise prize packs are delivered after up to 8 weeks.

If you claim your top prize by mail, it will take 4–6 weeks for the TX Lottery to process it.

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