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Wisconsin’s Megabucks game is the state’s biggest lottery. It features a rolling jackpot and a traditional 6/49 game matrix.
Megabucks Drawing Schedule
Wisconsin’s Megabucks drawings are held every twice a week – Wednesday and Saturday evenings, at approximately 9:00 PM CST.
Megabucks Payout and Mechanics
To play Wisconsin Lottery’s Megabucks, players must pick 2 sets of 6 numbers from 1 to 49. Enabling the Quick Pick option lets the computer choose numbers at random. Players can also choose to play the same sets of numbers for up to 8 consecutive draws.
You can play two sets of numbers for $1 per drawing.
EZ Match
For an additional $1 per set of 2 plays, you can activate the EZ Match game mode to win instant cash prizes of up to $250. Upon purchasing your ticket, a set of 5 EZ Match numbers will be printed on your ticket. If any of your chosen numbers match an EZ Match number, you win the prize amount printed next to that number. You can win EZ Match up to 5 times for each ticket.
Wisconsin Megabucks Payouts and Odds
Numbers Matched  Prize  Odds 
6 of 6  Jackpot  1 in 6,991,908 
5 of 6  $500  1 in 27,101 
4 of 6  $30  1 in 516 
3 of 6  $2  1 in 29 
Megabucks Prize Claiming
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 also redeem your prize by mailing your ticket to the Madison lottery office. Winning the top prize will require you to visit the Madison lottery office in person.
Jackpot prizes can be awarded as a single lump sum or in 25 annual payments; and are split equally among multiple winners. Winners have 60 days from the day they validate their winning ticket to decide between the lump sum or annuity option.