Arizona (AZ) Lottery Results and Winning Numbers

The Arizona Lottery was launched in November 1980, becoming the first state west of the Mississippi to provide a state lottery for residents. Lottery ticket sales in Arizona generate almost $4 million weekly, which benefits programs in the areas of higher education, environmental conservation, health and human services, and business and economic development.

Unlike most US states with a minimum age of 18, lottery players in Arizona must be at least 21 years old to purchase lottery tickets in the state. The most popular draw games offered are Pick 3, Fantasy 5, The Pick, Triple Twist, and the multi-state lotteries Powerball and Mega Millions. The Trio is a unique draw game launched in 2017, where players can purchase one Powerball, one Mega Millions, and one The Pick ticket for $5 per play.

Latest Results & Jackpot Amounts Arizona Draw Games


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  • 24 PowerBall
  • 3 PowerPlay
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  • 16 Mega Ball
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Arizona Lottery Draw Games & Sales Stop

Arizona Lottery Game Draw Days Draw Times (MST) Sales Stop Times (MST)
Powerball Monday, Wednesday & Saturday 8:59 PM 7:59 PM
Mega Millions Tuesday & Friday 9:00 PM 7:59 PM
The Pick AZ Monday, Wednesday & Saturday 8:00 PM 7:59 PM
Pick 3 Daily 8:00 PM 7:59 PM
Fantasy 5 Daily 8:00 PM 7:59 PM
Triple Twist Monday – Saturday 8:00 PM 7:59 PM

Arizona Scratch Off Games

The first game offered by the Arizona Lottery was a scratch off ticket called Scratch It Rich in 1981. More than 1,000 variations of scratchers have been provided since then, including the longest-running games Crossword, Red Hot 7’s, and Bingo, which sell over $30 million in tickets annually. Arizona offers a wide variety of scratchers priced from $1 to $30 per ticket, which provide decent odds of winning. 

The Arizona Lottery also offers Fast Play games, which players can purchase at any retailer and are printed with instructions to determine if the ticket is a winner. Fast Play games cost $1 per play, with prizes available of up to $250,000. 

Ticket Price Game Name Top Prize
$10 Cash Blast $100,000
$5 Lady Luck $50,000
$5 Bingo Bash $50,000
$30 Millionaire Extraordinaire $1M
$2 Red Hot 7s $7,777
$1 Holiday Cash $500
$2 Snow Much Fun $10,000
$3 Naughty or Nice Crossword $20,000

How to Claim Prizes & Claim Centers

Arizona Lottery winners can claim prizes of up to $100 at any retailer, with many offering cash prizes of up to $599 to be redeemed. Prize claims from $1 up to $599 can also be submitted by mail by signing the ticket and mailing it to the Arizona Lottery at P.O. Box 2913, Phoenix, AZ 85062.  For prizes of $600 or more, a Winner Claim Form must also be completed and included with the signed ticket, along with a copy of a government-issued ID.    

Prizes over $600 can also be claimed in person by visiting any Phoenix or Tucson area Lottery office and submitting a Winner Claim Form and the signed winning ticket. Players can download a copy of the Arizona Lottery Winner Brochure from the official website for full details about how to claim prizes.      

Arizona Lottery winners have 180 days from the draw date to claim prizes won by playing draw games and 180 days after the end date of each scratch game.  Tickets cannot be redeemed once they expire. It’s essential that players sign their winning tickets immediately to prevent anyone else from redeeming them if they’re lost or stolen.    

Arizona Lottery players can redeem winning tickets for cash prizes at any of the following offices throughout the state:

Phoenix Arizona Lottery Office

4740 E. University Drive

Phoenix, AZ 85034

Phone: (480) 921-4400

Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Tucson Arizona Lottery Office

2955 E. Grant Road

Tucson, AZ 85716

Phone: (520) 628-5107

Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Phoenix Sky Harbor Lottery Office – Terminal Baggage Claim

3400 E. Sky Harbor Boulevard

Phoenix, AZ 85024

Phone: (480) 921-4424

Hours: Monday – Saturday, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM and Sunday, 11:30 AM to 5:00 PM

This office pays cash prizes of up to a maximum of $49,999.

Kingman Arizona Lottery Office

Walmart – 3396 Stockton Hill Road

Kingman, AZ 86409 

Phone: (928) 753-8808

Hours: Monday – Sunday, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM. Closed holidays

This office pays cash prizes of up to a maximum of $49,999.

About the Arizona Lottery 

Arizona voters approved a statewide ballot initiative prior to the lottery’s launch in 1981, which has been extended to guarantee that the state has the authority to conduct the lottery through 2035. Proceeds from the lottery are funneled to various beneficiaries involved in public services such as environmental conservation, health and human services, and public safety.  

Anyone 21 or older can enjoy a wide selection of draw games like Fantasy 5 and Pick 3, where huge jackpots can be won weekly. Arizona also provides tickets for the popular national lotteries, Powerball and Mega Millions. The Arizona Lottery also offers instant scratch off games with top prizes of up to $3.5 million. Higher-priced instant tickets have better odds of winning, but tickets are available for players at any budget level.

The Arizona Lottery office is available by phone at (520) 628-5107 between 7:30 AM and 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Players can also contact them from the official Arizona Lottery website by submitting questions and comments using the form provided. Users can also submit a public records request online from the Arizona Lottery. 

Users can download the official Arizona Lottery Players Club app from the App Store and Google Play Store for iOS and Android mobile devices. Players can scan tickets for promotional entries, check winning numbers, play Fast Play games, and receive winning number updates. However, players must visit an Arizona Lottery retailer to purchase tickets for draw games and instant-win scratchers.

Tax Information

Aspect Description
Federal Tax Rate All gambling winnings, including lottery winnings, are taxed at a flat 24 percent rate by the IRS.
Arizona State Tax Rates – 2.59% for married filers earning $0 to $53,000 or single filers earning $0 to $26,500
  – 3.34% for married filers earning $53,001 to $106,000 or single filers earning $26,501 to $53,000
  – 4.17% for married filers earning $106,001 to $318,000 or single filers earning $53,001 to $159,000
  – 4.50% for married filers earning over $318,001 and single filers earning more than $159,001
State Tax Withholding for Lottery The Arizona lottery withholds 24% for federal taxes and 4.8% for state taxes.
Taxes on Non-Cash Winnings Taxes apply to non-cash winnings, such as trips or vehicles. The fair cash value must be reported and taxed.
Tax on Out-of-State Winners Arizona taxes out-of-state winners of multi-state lotteries like Mega Millions and Powerball.

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History of Largest Arizona Lottery Prior Winners

Arizona has had many big winners since the Powerball and Mega Millions draw games were launched in the state.

  1. The biggest jackpot won in Arizona was on November 28, 2012, when Matthew Good hit a $587.5 million Powerball jackpot. He chose the cash option of $384.7 million. 
  2. An anonymous couple from Gilbert won a $473 million Powerball jackpot on April 27, 2022. They opted for the cash payment option of approximately $283.3 million.
  3. A Glendale couple chose to remain anonymous after winning the Mega Millions jackpot for $414 million on June 9, 2020. They decided to take home the cash prize of $319.9 million.  
  4. Three anonymous family members from Lake Havasu won the fourth biggest jackpot in Arizona Lottery history. This happened during the October 20, 2021 Mega Millions drawing for $108 million. They opted for the one-time lump sum payment of $75.2 million.
  5. A Powerball ticket purchased in Arizona on March 4, 1995, is still among the top jackpots paid in the state. An anonymous winner took home the $101 million jackpot. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I purchase Arizona Lottery tickets online or through the mail?

No. Players can only purchase tickets at authorized lottery retailers. Users can find the nearest retailer on the Arizona Lottery Players Club app or the official website at  

How long do I have to claim winnings?

Draw game ticket winnings must be claimed within 180 days of the drawing date. Fast Play tickets expire 180 days after the purchase date, and winning scratch tickets must be claimed within 180 days of the game’s end date.  

What happens if I lose my winning ticket?

Players should always protect their tickets by signing the back immediately after learning it’s a winner. Otherwise, anyone 21 or older can redeem it. The Arizona Lottery isn’t responsible for damaged, lost, or stolen tickets.  

Can I remain anonymous if I win a jackpot in Arizona?

The names of individuals or legal entities that receive lottery winnings of at least $100,000 remain confidential for 90 days after the prize is awarded and are not part of public records during that time. After that, players can choose to keep their names permanently confidential by contacting the Arizona Lottery. However, their city and county of residence will remain public.

Are Arizona Lottery winnings taxable?

Yes. All gambling winnings, including the lottery, are considered taxable income in Arizona. The Arizona Department of Revenue automatically deducts 5% from winnings of $600 or more. The Lottery also withholds federal taxes at a 24% rate, which could be more or less depending on the personal financial circumstances of the winner.