Idaho (ID) Lottery Results and Winning Numbers

Thirty years after the Idaho Supreme Court eliminated gambling in the state in 1953, a proposal for a state lottery was defeated in the legislature. Lawmakers approved the Idaho Lottery in 1988 after voters approved a constitutional amendment to create the Idaho Lottery Commission.

The first tickets went on sale on July 19, 1989, and the state lottery has paid out over $3.1 billion to winners since operations began.

Draw games offered by the Idaho Lottery include Pick 3, Pick 4, Weekly Grand, Idaho Cash, and 5 Star Draw. Idaho is a member of the Multi-State Lottery Association and also offers Powerball, Mega Millions, Lotto America, and Lucky for Life. Scratch games, InstaPlay games, tab games, and raffle games are also available, giving players a chance to win instant prizes.

Latest Results & Jackpot Amounts Idaho Draw Games


Multi-State (US)-Powerball
Multi-State (US)-Powerball
  • 6
  • 33
  • 35
  • 36
  • 24 PowerBall
  • 3 PowerPlay
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Multi-State (US)-Mega Millions
Multi-State (US)-Mega Millions
  • 46
  • 54
  • 56
  • 67
  • 16 Mega Ball
  • 3 Megaplier
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Idaho Lottery Draw Games & Sales Stop

Game Game Days Draw Times Ticket Sales Stop
Powerball Monday, Wednesday & Saturday 8:59 PM 7:54 PM
Mega Millions Tuesday & Friday 9:00 PM 7:55 PM
Lucky for Life Daily 8:38 PM 7:33 PM
Lotto America Monday, Wednesday & Saturday 8:15 PM 7:10 PM
Cash Wednesday & Saturday 8:00 PM 7:55 PM
5 Star Draw Tuesday & Friday 8:00 PM 7:55 PM
Weekly Grand Daily 8:00 PM 7:55 PM
Pick 3 Daily 1:59 PM and 7:59 PM 1:54 PM and 7:54 PM


Idaho Scratch-Off Games

Idaho Lottery scratch-off games can be purchased at any authorized retailer. Each game has its own overall odds of winning one of the listed prizes.

The top Idaho Lottery scratch game is My Lucky Day, which can be purchased for $1 and has a top prize of $1,000 and overall odds of 1 in 2.24. Big Money is a popular $50 scratcher, with overall odds of 1 in 2.92 and a $1 million top prize.

InstaPlay games can be purchased at Idaho Lottery retailers. These are similar to scratchers, where players must match symbols to win the designated prize. Tab games are also available for $1 per play, and customers can play the Idaho $1,000,000 Raffle for $10 per ticket.

How to Claim Prizes & Claim Centers

Idaho Lottery retailers will redeem prizes up to $599. Those who live outside Idaho can claim their winnings through the mail.  Prizes of $600 must be claimed in person at Idaho Lottery Headquarters or by mail. Players must include a completed Winner Claim form and the signed ticket when submitting claims by mail.

Mail-in and in person claims will be handled at the following address:

Idaho Lottery Headquarters

1199 Shoreline Lane, Suite 100

Boise, ID 83707

Phone: (208) 334-2600

Hours: 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM Monday – Friday.

About the Idaho Lottery

The Idaho Lottery is regulated by the Idaho Lottery Commission. It was established in 1988 and became immediately successful, recording over $65 million in sales in the first year. Powerball tickets went on sale in April 1992, with the state joining Mega Millions in 2010.

Revenues from the Idaho Lottery benefit Idaho Public Schools and the Permanent Building Fund, with more than $1.18 billion provided since 1990.

Online sales of lottery tickets are illegal in Idaho, and plans have yet to be proposed to offer online lottery sales in the future. However, users can keep up with the latest news by visiting the Idaho Lottery official website or through the mobile app.

Customers with questions or issues can contact the Idaho Lottery by phone at (208) 334-2600 or by email at  They can also visit Idaho Lottery Headquarters in person Monday – Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM. Users can contact the Idaho Lottery on its Facebook, Instagram, and X social media pages.

The Idaho Lottery official app is available for download on the App Store and Google Play Store for Android and iOS devices. Customers can use the app to check tickets, view winning numbers, access their VIP Club account, and see prizes remaining on scratch games. They can also enter sweepstakes and second chance drawings.

Tax Information

Tax Category Details
Federal Tax Rate 24%
State Tax Rate 5.8%
Reporting Threshold Winnings of $600 or over
Non-Resident Aliens Federal Tax 30%

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History of Largest Idaho Lottery Prior Winners

  • Brad Duke of Star, Idaho won a $220 million Powerball prize in May 2005.
  • Holly Lahti from Rathdrum purchased a Powerball ticket in January 2011 to take the $190 million top prize.
  • Pam Hiatt won $87.5 million on a Powerball ticket purchased in Eagle in June 1995.
  • The Robinson/Seagrave families from Hailey/Twin Falls won a $48.2 million Powerball jackpot in December 1996.
  • The Gibbons from Meridian won $22.1 million playing Powerball in November 1992.

Frequently Asked Questions

How old do I have to be to play lottery games in Idaho?

You must be at least 18 years of age to play lottery games or claim prizes in Idaho.

What happens if my ticket is lost?

The Idaho Lottery is not responsible for damaged, lost, or stolen tickets. Signing back of your winning tickets is vital to help keep others from claiming your prize.

Can I play Idaho Lottery games online?

No. Idaho law prohibits online gambling, including online casinos and lottery games. Players can only participate in Idaho Lottery games by purchasing them from authorized retailers located throughout the state.

Can I remain anonymous in Idaho?

No. Idaho Lottery winners may have their name and hometown released if they win a significant prize. The Idaho Lottery keeps this policy in place to ensure integrity and fairness in the system.

What lottery games are available in Idaho?

The Idaho Lottery features Pick 3, Pick 4, Idaho Cash, Weekly Grand, and 5 Star Draw in-state draw games. Customers can also purchase tickets for multi-state draw games Powerball, Mega Millions, Lotto America, and Lucky for Life. Scratchers, InstaPlay games, tab games, and raffle games are also available for lottery players in Idaho.