Maryland (MD) Lottery Results and Winning Numbers

Maryland was among the first ten U.S. states to establish a modern lottery when the Maryland State Lottery began operations in 1973. State lawmakers witnessed the success of other lotteries in states like New Hampshire and New York and saw it as a reliable source of revenue at a time when it was facing budgetary challenges. There was also significant interest from citizens to participate in a regulated lottery system.

The Maryland Lottery offers in-state draw games, including Pick 3, Pick 4, Pick 5, Bonus Match 5, Multi-Match, Keno, and Racetrax. Players can also purchase tickets for multi-state draw games Powerball, Mega Millions, and Cash 4 Life. Scratch-Offs and Fast Play games are available for purchase at Maryland’s more than 4,400 Lottery retailers.

Latest Results & Jackpot Amounts Maryland Draw Games


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

Game Game Days Draw Times Ticket Sales Stop
Powerball Monday, Wednesday & Saturday 10:59 PM 9:59 PM
Mega Millions Tuesday & Friday 11:00 PM 10:45 PM
Cash 4 Life Daily 9:00 PM 8:45 PM
Multi Match Monday & Thursday 7:56 PM 7:41 PM
Bonus Match 5 Daily 7:56 PM (8:22 PM on Sat & Sun) 7:41 PM
Pick 3 Daily 12:27 PM & 7:56 PM (12:28 PM & 8:22 PM on Sat & Sun) 12:13 PM & 7:41 PM
Pick 4 Daily 12:27 PM & 7:56 PM (12:28 PM & 8:22 PM on Sat & Sun) 12:13 PM & 7:41 PM
Pick 5 Daily 12:27 PM & 7:56 PM (12:28 PM & 8:22 PM on Sat & Sun) 12:13 PM & 7:41 PM


Maryland Scratch-Off Games

The Maryland Lottery offers about 80 Scratch-Off games priced from $1 to $50. The overall odds of winning are posted on the back of each, along with the rules for each game. Top prizes range from $500 up to $5 million. Tickets in the higher price ranges will have the best overall odds of winning a prize.

$100,000 Crossword is a popular $10 Scratch-Off, with decent overall odds of 1 in 3.09, and began with eight top prizes of $100,000. 50 Years! is the $50 Scratch-Off celebrating the Maryland Lottery’s 50th anniversary and has overall odds of 1 in 2.44 with three $5 million top prizes.

How to Claim Prizes & Claim Centers

Winning Maryland Lottery tickets of up to $600 can be redeemed at any authorized retailer. Players can claim winnings of up to $5,000 at any of Maryland’s Expanded Cashing Authority Program (XCAP) locations throughout the state. Winning tickets can also be redeemed at the Maryland Lottery office in Baltimore by appointment only.

Lottery prizes can be claimed by mail by sending the winning ticket and a completed claim form to:

Maryland Lottery Customer Resource Center
1800 Washington Boulevard
Suite 330
Baltimore, MD 21230

If the amount is over $600, players must include a copy of their government ID and Social Security number. Processing by mail takes up to 30 days from the date the claim form is received.

Winning tickets of up to $25,000 can also be redeemed at the cashier’s cage at the six Maryland retail casinos. Prizes over $25,000 can only be claimed in person by appointment at the following location:

Maryland Lottery and Gaming Headquarters
Montgomery Park Business Center
1800 Washington Boulevard, Suite 330
Baltimore, MD0 21230

Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:15 PM
Phone: (410) 230-8730

About the Maryland Lottery

Citizens voted in 1972 to establish the Maryland Lottery, which began on January 2, 1973. The first drawing held was for the game Twin Win on May 24, 1973. The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency regulates the Maryland Lottery as well as casinos and sports wagering in the state. Since it began, the Lottery has contributed over $19 billion to the Maryland General Fund, which supports state programs, including public health and education.

Maryland residents can participate in several draw games, including Powerball and Mega Millions, using a subscription-based system. However, individual Maryland Lottery tickets cannot be purchased online for any games.

Players can contact the Maryland Lottery by phone at (410) 230-8880 or send an email to My Lottery Rewards member can call Player Services at (800) 201-0108 or submit questions using the feedback form on the website. Users can call the Winning Numbers hotline at (410) 230-8830 to find out the most recent winning numbers.

The Maryland Lottery features three mobile apps that can be downloaded for iOS and Android. The official Maryland Lottery app delivers many convenient features, while the Keno & Racetrack app lets players view Keno drawings and results and outcomes of previous drawings. Users can register to become a My Lottery Rewards member using the My Lottery Rewards app, where they can scan tickets and redeem points for cash and prizes.

Tax Information

Prize Amount Federal Tax State Tax (MD Residents) State Tax (Non-Residents)
$601 to $5,000 Reportable, no automatic deduction
$5,001+ 24% 8.95% 8%


History of Largest Maryland Lottery Prior Winners

  • An anonymous group of Maryland players called “The Power Pack” won $731.1 million in the January 20, 2021 Powerball drawing. They opted for the lump sum payout of $546.8 million.
  • An anonymous Mega Millions player from Maryland shared one-third of a $656 million jackpot in the March 30, 2012 drawing, taking home $218.6 million.
  • A Maryland player won $207 million on March 18, 2014 playing Mega Millions.
  • A lucky Maryland resident won a $189 million Mega Millions jackpot on October 1, 2013.
  • A winning Mega Millions ticket was sold in Maryland worth $183 million on June 20, 2003.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a Maryland Lottery mobile app?

Yes. The Maryland Lottery mobile app is available for iOS and Android devices, where users can check winning tickets, view the latest winning numbers, and find the nearest retailer. Two other apps, Keno and My Lottery Rewards, are also available for customers in Maryland. However, players cannot purchase Maryland Lottery tickets online.

How long do I have to claim winnings?

Jackpot prizes won playing Mega Millions and Powerball must be claimed within 182 of the drawing date. Winners must claim Scratch-Off prizes within 182 days of the game’s end date.

Are there taxes on Maryland Lottery winnings?

Yes. Winnings over $5,000 will have a withholding of 24% federal tax and 8.75% state tax. Non-residents of Maryland must pay an 8% state tax on their winnings.

What lottery games are available in Maryland?

Maryland currently offers in-state draw games, Pick 3, Pick 4, Pick 5, Multi Match, Bonus Match 5, Keno, and Racetracks. Customers can play Scratch-Offs and Fast Play games. Multi-state draw games Mega Millions, Powerball, and Cash 4 Life are also for sale in Maryland.

How can I purchase tickets?

Anyone 18 or older can purchase Maryland Lottery tickets at authorized retailers in the state.