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How to Play Wisconsin All or Nothing
Pick Your Numbers
You can use the Quick Pick option and the computer will automatically choose your numbers for you, or you can pick your own numbers by filling out a play slip and selecting a 11 numbers from 1 to 22.
Buy Your Ticket
You can buy All or Nothing tickets from authorized retailers in Wisconsin. Internet play is not available.
All or Nothing costs $2 per play.
Wisconsin All or Nothing Drawing Schedule
All or Nothing has daily drawings at 9:00 PM CST.
Wisconsin All or Nothing Payout and Rules
To win All or Nothing’s top prize, you must literally match all or none of the numbers. Secondary prizes are also available. The full breakdown is in the table below.
Wisconsin All or Nothing Payouts and Odds
|11 of 11||$100,000||1 in 705,432|
|10 of 11||$500||1 in 5,831|
|9 of 11||$40||1 in 234|
|8 of 11||$4||1 in 26|
|3 of 11||$4||1 in 26|
|2 of 11||$40||1 in 234|
|1 of 11||$500||1 in 5,831|
|0 of 11||$100,000||1 in 705,432|
If there are more than 20 winners of the top prize in a single draw, $2 million is divided equally between all top prize winners.
Wisconsin All or Nothing Claiming Your Prize
You can claim prizes up to $599 at any authorized Wisconsin Lottery retailer, or by visiting either the Madison or Milwaukee lottery office. You can claim prizes lower than $501,000 from either lottery office.
You can also redeem your prize by mailing your ticket to the Madison lottery office.
Winners have 180 days to claim prizes.
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