Massachusetts (MA) Lottery Results and Winning Numbers

Looking for the latest results, updates, and news on the Massachusetts Lottery? You’re in the right place! From Mega Millions and Lucky for Life to Powerball and Mass Cash, we’ve got all the information you need to play your favorite games.

Find out about drawing schedules and tax considerations, learn how to claim a prize, get answers to frequently asked questions, discover the history of the lottery, and more.

Latest Results & Jackpot Amounts Massachusetts Draw Games

 

Multi-State (US)-Powerball
Multi-State (US)-Powerball
  • 6
  • 33
  • 35
  • 36
  • 24 PowerBall
  • 3 PowerPlay
Prize
$121,300,000
Next draw
Next Prize
$131,000,000
Multi-State (US)-Mega Millions
Multi-State (US)-Mega Millions
  • 46
  • 54
  • 56
  • 67
  • 16 Mega Ball
  • 3 Megaplier
Prize
$453,000,000
Next draw
Next Prize
$489,000,000

 

Massachusetts Lottery Drawing Schedule

Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
Mega Millions 11:00 PM 11:00 PM
Powerball 10:59 PM 10:59 PM 10:59 PM
Megabucks 9:00 PM 9:00 PM 9:00 PM
Mass Cash 9:00 PM 9:00 PM 9:00 PM 9:00 PM 9:00 PM 9:00 PM 9:00 PM
Lucky for Life 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM
The Numbers Game 2:00 PM

9:00 PM

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Keno Every 3 minutes from 5:04 AM to 1:01 AM
Wheel of Luck Every 4 minutes from 5:02 AM to 12:58 AM

 

Massachusetts Scratch-Off Games

Game Name Ticket Price Top Prizes
Cold Cash Blowout $10 $500
Winter Green Holiday Edition $10 $50,000
Diamonds and Dollars $5 $1,000,000
Double Cash $2 $100,000
Triple Tripler $1 $10,000
Bingo $2 $50,000
Waves of Cash $5 $1,000,000
$50 In a Flash $1 $10,000
100x Cash $10 $4,000,000
Battleship $2 $50,000
Lucky Roll $1 $10,000
Billion Dollar Extravaganza $50 $25,000,000
$100,000 Win It All $2 $100,000
Power Play Cashword $2 $50,000
When It’s Gold Outside $10 $50,000
The Price Is Right $5 $500,000
Millions $30 $15,0000,000
Electric 7s $5 $1,000,000
20x The Money $2 $100,000
Fabulous Fortune $10 $4,000,000
Double Your Money $5 $1,000,000
$500 Frenzy $10 $500
Sapphire 7s $2 $100,000
Quick Silver $1 $10,000
I Heart Cash $2 $100,000

 

How to Claim Prizes & Claim Centers

Sign the back of your ticket as soon as you find out you’re a winner. Unsigned lottery tickets can be claimed by anyone, as they’re considered “bearer instruments.”

There are different ways to claim a prize, depending on how much you win.

Mobile Cashing

Claim winning tickets between $601–$5,000 using the cashing feature on the Massachusetts Lottery app.

  1. Download the free Massachusetts Lottery app on your Apple or Android device.
  2. Login in to your player account to see if you’re a winner.
  3. Begin a mobile claim to add your winnings straight into your bank account.

Mail-In Claims

Claim prizes up to $50,000 via mail.

  1. Make sure the back of your winning ticket is signed.
  2. Print out and fill in the winner claim form for your winning tickets.
  3. Select a valid form of photo identification. Make a copy and sign it.
  4. Include proof of your Social Security Number (SSN).

Make extra copies of everything for your own records. Send your claim via certified or registered mail to:

Massachusetts State Lottery
P.O. Box 859036
Braintree, MA 02185-9036

In-Person Claims

Claim prizes up to $103,000 at any Massachusetts Lottery office:

Claim Center Physical Address Contact Number
Braintree Regional Office 1515 Washington Street Braintree, MA 02184 (781) 849-5601
Lawrence Regional Office Stadium Plaza, 160 Winthrop Avenue Lawrence, MA 01843 (978) 975-2674
New Bedford Regional Office 200 Theodore Rice Boulevard New Bedford, MA 02745 (508) 985-9892
West Springfield Retail Center 383 Memorial Avenue, Century Plaza West Springfield, MA 01089 (413) 781-3880
Worcester Regional Office 135 Gold Star Boulevard Worcester, MA 01606 (508) 755-7855

 

Amounts from $601 require signed photo identification, proof of your SSN, and a signed winning ticket.

Prizes over $103,000 are only claimable at the Lottery Headquarters, situated at 150 Mount Vernon Street, Dorchester. Contact this office on (781) 849-5555.

About the Massachusetts State Lottery

The Massachusetts State Lottery was established in 1971 with the aim of sourcing local aid for all of its towns and cities. Since the sale of its first ticket in March 1972, the Mass Lottery has generated over $32 billion dollars in net profit for the Commonwealth.

Unfortunately, it’s not possible to play the Massachusetts Lottery online. The official website only allows the purchase of season tickets for draw games. Gaming enthusiasts must play in person, for now.

Here are the contact details for the Mass Lottery Headquarters:

Email info@masslottery.com
Phone (781) 849-5555
Physical Address 150 Mount Vernon Street Dorchester, MA 02125-3573

 

Download the Massachusetts Lottery app to claim prizes between $601–$5,000, check for winning tickets, and receive winnings into your bank account.

Tax Information

Aspect Description
State Income Tax on Winnings Massachusetts imposes a 5% state tax on winnings over $600.
Federal Income Tax on Winnings Federal tax of 24% applies to winnings over $5,000.
Non-US Citizens Tax Rate Non-US citizens must pay 5% state tax and 30% federal tax on winnings.
Tax Bracket Consideration Winning a large prize may put you into a higher tax bracket of up to 37%.
Payout Options Either a lump sum (one-time taxable amount) or annuity (taxed annual installments).
Impact of Payout Options Lump sum payments put you in a higher income tax bracket for that year. Annuity payments have lower taxes, putting you in a lower bracket.

 

History of Largest Massachusetts Lottery Prior Winners

$758.7 million Powerball jackpot

On Aug. 23, 2017, Mavis L. Wanczyk, a 53-year-old hospital worker from Chicopee, Mass., claimed an enormous Powerball jackpot. The lump sum value was $480.5 million, which meant Wanczyk took home $336 million after taxes. Wanczyk’s winning numbers were 6, 7, 16, 23 and 26, with a Powerball 4.

$294 million Mega Millions jackpot

The big prize in 2004 went to a 67-year-old retired janitor Geraldine “Gerry” Williams from Lowell, Mass., for what was at the time the state’s largest jackpot in history. Williams, who spent 15 years as a custodian at UMass Amherst, accepted a $117,600,088 lump-sum payment.

$25 million instant prize

A Hyde Park resident won a whopping $25 million in December 2023. They became the third person to win this grand prize after playing $50 on the Billion Dollar Extravaganza instant game.Desiree Fortini-Craft decided on a one-time payment, netting $16,250,000 before taxes. She plans to put her winnings toward student loans and a well-deserved trip to Aruba.

$20,000 a month for 10 years

A $10 instant game called Decade of Dollars helped Ronald Kocur secure a monthly payment of $20,000 a month for the next ten years. He decided to receive his winnings as a once-off payment of $1,560,000 before taxes instead.

The Peabody resident bought his ticket on a regular morning while getting some gas and coffee. He wants to use his winnings to pay for his child’s college fund and buy a car.

$11.7 million jackpot prize

Felix Betro, representing the Let It Be Trust of Foxborough, helped one of its members collect a cool $11.7 million check from the Megabucks draw. The winner opted for a one-time payment of $7,486,238 before taxes. They want to spend more time with their family, cut back on work, and invest in traveling.

$2 million winnings on a $50 ticket

In November 2023, Micheal Silva became the first winner of the Billion Dollar Extravaganza instant game after playing a $50 ticket. The Gloucester resident won $2 million after a friend advised him to “go big or go home” with the $50 winnings of his previous $10 ticket. He walks away with $1,300,000 before taxes after choosing the cash option.

$25,000 a year for life

Keisha James is set after winning $25,000 a year for life in the Lucky for Life game draw. She says she went to the store intending to buy Powerball tickets, but opted for another game after realizing there was no drawing that night. The Hyannis resident chose the annuity option, so she gets a payment of $25,000 before taxes every year. Keisha plans to put her winnings toward travel.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do you have to claim lottery winnings in Massachusetts?

You must claim online tickets within one year of the drawing date. Instant tickets have a one year validity period from the end of the game.

What do you need to claim a prize?

To claim a prize over $600, you need a signed winning ticket, signed photo identification, and proof of your SSN.

Can a minor play the Massachusetts State Lottery?

Only those over the age of 18 can play the Massachusetts Lottery. Payments can be directed to a minor if a winning adult-purchased ticket is claimed in the name of someone under 18. Checks and bank deposits will be delivered to an adult family member.

Can winners remain anonymous in Massachusetts?

Winners who want to remain anonymous need to claim their winnings via a trust. Those who don’t may be required to provide their identity and photograph.

Where can you buy a lottery ticket?

You can buy a Massachusetts Lottery ticket at any licensed retailer. Purchases are typically available up to one hour before the draw.