Indiana (IN) Lottery Results and Winning Numbers

Indiana created a state lottery in 1989 called the Hoosier Lottery. It sold the first scratch-off tickets in October of that year, with the first draw game launched in April 1990. Five of the eight draw games offered in Indiana are sold only within the state, and players can purchase various scratch-off and fast-play games at any Hoosier Lottery retailer. The majority of lottery revenue helps to benefit funding for state infrastructure along with police, firefighter, and teacher pension funds. 

Hoosier Lottery players 18 or older can purchase tickets only from licensed retailers, as state law doesn’t allow the sale of online tickets. Users can also download the official Hoosier Lottery app, which has many features to make playing more convenient. 

The Hoosier Lottery also sells tickets for Multi-State draw games like Powerball, Mega Millions, Millionaire Maker, and Cash4Life, which gives players a chance to win a top prize of $1,000 a day for life. 

Latest Results & Jackpot Amounts Indiana Draw Games


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Multi-State (US)-Mega Millions
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  • 67
  • 16 Mega Ball
  • 3 Megaplier
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Indiana Lottery Draw Games & Sales Stop

Indiana Lottery Game Draw Days Draw Times (ET) Sales Stop Times (ET)
Powerball Monday, Wednesday & Saturday 10:59 PM 9:58 PM
Mega Millions Tuesday & Friday 11:00 PM 10:44 PM
Cash 4 Life Daily 9:00 PM 8:45 PM
Hoosier Lotto & Lotto Plus Wednesday & Saturday 11:00 PM 10:39 PM
Daily 3 Daily 1:20 PM & 11:00 PM 1:10 PM & 10:39 PM
Daily 4 Daily 1:20 PM & 11:00 PM 1:10 PM & 10:39 PM
Cash 5 Daily 11:00 PM 10:39 PM
Quick Draw Daily 1:20 PM & 11:00 PM 1:10 PM & 10:39 PM

Indiana Scratch-Off Games

Over 70 scratch tickets are offered by the Hoosier Lottery, with new titles added frequently. Customers can purchase scratch-off games at any authorized lottery retailer for costs ranging from $1 to $50. The odds of winning vary from one game to another.

Ticket Price Game Name Top Prize
$50 Cash Extravaganza $3,000,000
$50 Supreme Cash $500,000
$30 7 $700,000
$30 Mega Money $2,000,000
$20 Supreme Gold $500,000
$10 Holiday Cash Blowout $250
$5 Bonus Money $100,000
$5 20x the Cash $75K

How to Claim Prizes & Claim Centers

Hoosier Lottery winners can claim prizes up to $599 at any local lottery retailer. Winning tickets valued between $600 and less than $50,000 can be claimed at a regional lottery office or lottery headquarters in Indianapolis. Prizes of $50,000 or more can only be claimed at Hoosier Lottery headquarters or by mail.    

To claim prizes of up to $99,999 by mail, players must complete and sign the back of the ticket and complete a claim form. Prizes of $600 and up require winners to include a copy of their government-issued ID. Winnings of $1,200 or more will have 3.2% withheld for state taxes, and prizes of $5,000 or more will have federal taxes withheld at 24%. Mail-in claims must be sent to Hoosier Lottery Headquarters, 1302 Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46202.       

Winners have up to 180 days after the drawing date or the announced closing date for scratch games to claim prizes.     

Hoosier Lottery players can cash in their winning tickets at any of these claim centers across the state:

Hoosier Lottery Headquarters and Prize Payment Center

1302 N. Meridian Street, Suite 100

Indianapolis, IN 46202

Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM ET

Phone: (800)-955-6886

North Region Prize Payment Center

230 Red Coach Drive, Suite D

Mishawaka, IN 46545

Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM ET


South Region Prize Payment Center

6225 E. Virginia Street, Suite A

Evansville, IN 47715

Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM CT


About the Hoosier Lottery 

The Hoosier Lottery was founded after voters approved a ballot referendum in November 1988. Scratch-off games went on sale in October 1989, with the Hoosier Millionaire show running its first TV episode later that month, which would continue on the air until November 2005. Lotto America was first offered in Indiana in October 1991. The first Powerball ticket was sold in Indiana in November 2005, with Mega Millions following in January 2010.  

Returns from the Hoosier Lottery help support the retirement funds of police officers and firefighters. Additional reserves are used to help fund the Lottery Surplus Fund and the Teachers’ Retirement Fund.  

Hoosier Lottery players must be at least 18 years old to purchase tickets and redeem prizes.  Indiana players can enjoy multiple in-state draw games like Hoosier Lotto, Daily  3, Daily 4, Cash 5, and Cash Pop, where just one winning number is drawn from 1 to 15 in five drawings held daily. 

National lottery games like Mega Millions and Powerball are available in Indiana, along with dozens of instant scratch-off games with a top prize of $3 million. 

Players who need assistance with games or purchasing tickets can contact the Hoosier Lottery Security Hotline 24 hours a day at (800) 955-6886. Complaints and protests must be sent to the Hoosier Lottery using the form provided on the official website’s contact page. 

The Hoosier Lottery mobile app is available for download from the App Store and Google Play Store. Users can use the app ticket scanner to check the status of tickets and enter 2nd chance promotions. They can also customize push notifications to receive jackpot alerts and build a digital play slip. Hoosier Lottery tickets can only be purchased at participating retailers across Indiana.

Tax Information

Aspect Description
Federal Tax on Winnings The Indiana Lottery withholds 24% in federal tax for winnings that exceed $5,000 minus the wager.
State Tax on Winnings A state tax of 3.23% is withheld for any winnings that exceed $1,200.
Additional Tax Considerations Depending on your financial situation, you may owe additional taxes.
Tax Liability for Group Winners If winnings are shared among a group of winners, tax liability is divided among all members.

History of Largest Indiana Lottery Prior Winners

Indiana has seen some impressive lottery wins and holds the record for the most Powerball jackpots in any state, with 39. 

  1. In 2016, a couple from central Indiana hit a $536 million Mega Millions jackpot their first time playing the game. They won using the Quick Pick option. They chose the lump sum cash payment of $271 million after taxes.
  2. An anonymous Indiana player won a $435.3 million Powerball prize after buying five tickets from the Super-Test Mini Mart in Lafayette. The lucky player took home the cash option of $263.5 million.
  3. David Coterel from Riverside, Ohio and his two children purchased a Powerball ticket worth $314 million on August 25, 2007. He purchased the ticket at a Speedway market in Richmond. The winners decided to take the cash option of $145.9 million. 
  4. Michael Reardon and Darin Fox of southern Indiana shared the Powerball top prize of $221.7 million after purchasing tickets together for the April 6, 2011 drawing. The now-retired welders took a cash payout of $111.7 million apiece. 
  5. Regina Manabach of Washington, IN, shared a Powerball prize of $190.9 million with a group of 15 school janitors and cooks who all pitched in to purchase the ticket. The group decided to take the lump sum cash prize of $49.7 million. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I remain anonymous in Indiana?

No. Hoosier Lottery winners’ name, address, and city of residence is considered public record under Indiana law. The Lottery is also required to provide access to public records when requested.  

What happens if my ticket is lost or stolen?

The Hoosier Lottery is not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen tickets. Players must keep their winning tickets in a safe place and always sign the back to ensure someone else doesn’t redeem the prize.  

How long do I have to claim winnings?

Hoosiers Lottery winners have 180 days from the original drawing date to make prize claims. If the winner is a scratch-off ticket, players must claim their prize 180 days from the game’s end date.  

Can I buy Hoosier Lottery tickets online?

The Hoosier Lottery doesn’t offer tickets for sale online. However, players can create a digital play slip to choose their numbers in advance and find the nearest retailers using the mobile app.

Do I need to make an appointment to claim my winnings?

To ensure players have a smooth and timely claims process, the Hoosier Lottery recommends that winners make an appointment by calling the Hoosier Lottery prize center at (317) 264-4800 during regular business hours.