Minnesota (MN) Lottery Results and Winning Numbers

The Minnesota Lottery began operations in 1990 after voters approved a referendum to create a state lottery. Tickets for the lottery’s first game, Match Three, went on sale on April 17, 1990. Sixty percent of Minnesota Lottery revenue benefits the state’s general fund, with a small portion of proceeds used to offset the cost of problem gambling programs, amounting to about $2 million annually.

Minnesota offers lottery players three in-state draw games, Pick 3, Gopher 5, and North 5, as well as multi-state lottery games Powerball, Mega Millions, and Lotto America. Users can also purchase scratch games, Print-N-Play games, and raffles. Minnesota Lottery scratch games also let players enter their non-winning tickets to participate in 2nd Chance drawings to win additional cash and prizes.

Latest Results & Jackpot Amounts Minnesota Draw Games


Multi-State (US)-Powerball
Multi-State (US)-Powerball
  • 6
  • 33
  • 35
  • 36
  • 24 PowerBall
  • 3 PowerPlay
Next draw
Next Prize
Multi-State (US)-Mega Millions
Multi-State (US)-Mega Millions
  • 46
  • 54
  • 56
  • 67
  • 16 Mega Ball
  • 3 Megaplier
Next draw
Next Prize


Minnesota Lottery Draw Games & Sales Stop

Game Game Days Draw Times Ticket Sales Stop
Powerball Monday, Wednesday & Saturday 9:59 PM 9:00 PM
Mega Millions Tuesday & Friday 10:00 PM 9:00 PM
Lotto America Monday, Wednesday & Saturday 9:20 PM 9:00 PM
North 5 Daily 6:17 PM 6:10 PM
Pick 3 Daily 6:17 PM 6:10 PM
Gopher 5 Monday, Wednesday & Friday 6:17 PM 6:10 PM


Minnesota Scratch-Off Games

Over 40 scratch games are available at Minnesota Lottery retailers priced between $1 and $50. The cost of each ticket determines the overall payout, with higher-priced games having better overall odds. Depending on the price, scratch games pay overall odds as high as 1 in 2.76 on some $1 games and 1 in 2.89 on $50 tickets.

Diamond Riches is a $50 scratcher that features 200 top awards of $50,000, overall odds of 1 in 2.89 and a total of $44.9 million in prizes. Players can win up to $500,000 playing Cash Money, a $20 scratch game with over $26 million in total prizes and overall odds of 1 in 3.01. Three top prizes are available to be won, along with eight prizes of $50,000.

How to Claim Prizes & Claim Centers

Minnesota Lottery customers can claim prizes up to $599 at any Minnesota Lottery retailer as long as the vendor has enough cash on hand. Prizes between $600 and $50,000 can be claimed at Minnesota Lottery offices in Roseville, Detroit Lakes, Owatonna, and Virginia.

Prizes over $50,000 must be claimed in person at Minnesota Lottery headquarters in Roseville Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. It’s recommended that winners make an appointment to claim prizes over that amount.

Winners can claim any prize up to $50,000 by mail by sending the signed winning ticket, a copy of a valid government ID, and a claim form to:

Minnesota State Lottery
P.O. Box 131000
Roseville, MN 55113

Lottery players can claim winnings at the following Minnesota Lottery offices:

Minnesota Lottery Headquarters
2645 Long Lake Road
Roseville, MN 55113

Phone: (651) 635-8273
Hours: Monday–Friday, 8:00 AM-4:30 PM

Owatonna Office

205 Cedardale Drive
Owatonna, MN 55060
Phone: (507) 444-2400

Monday–Friday, 8:30 AM-Noon, 1:00 PM-4:00 PM

Detroit Lakes Office

1641 Highway 10 W
Detroit Lakes, MN 56501
Phone: (218) 846-0700

Monday–Friday, 8:30 AM-Noon, 1:00 PM-4:00 PM

Virginia Office

130 Chestnut Street
Virginia, MN 55792
Phone: (218) 748-2450

Monday–Friday, 8:30 AM-Noon, 1:00 PM-4:00 PM

About the Minnesota Lottery

Minnesota lawmakers debated for several years before putting the decision to create a state lottery before voters, who approved amending the constitution with 59% of the vote in 1988. Two years later, citizens would vote to dedicate 40% of Minnesota Lottery proceeds to create a trust fund for the environment and natural resources.

Minnesota Lottery players can enjoy their favorite in-state and multi-state draw games online by visiting Jackpocket.com or using the Jackpocket mobile app. Users can automatically order tickets online and participate in giveaways to win lucrative prizes. Prizes up to $599 are awarded to winners directly through the app.

Minnesota Lottery customers can contact them at (651) 635-8273 during regular business hours or by email at cs.support@mnlottery.com. Players can also visit any Minnesota Lottery office, although it’s strongly recommended to make an appointment beforehand.

The Minnesota Lottery proposed offering an official app in 2021, which may be available in the near future. In the meantime, users can visit the official website to check numbers, find the nearest retailer, enter 2nd Chance drawings, and more.

Tax Information

Tax Requirement Details
Reportable Winnings All gambling winnings
State Tax Applies to all winnings for Minnesota residents
Nonresident Tax Taxed on Minnesota winnings only
Documentation Winners must report on Minnesota return


History of Largest Minnesota Lottery Prior Winners

  • Thomas and Kathleen Morris of Burnsville won the biggest lottery jackpot in Minnesota history of $228.9 million playing Powerball in the August 10, 2011 drawing.
  • Paul and Sue Rosenau from Waseca took the $180 million Powerball jackpot in the May 3, 2008 drawing.
  • 21 year-old Farrah Slad of Brainerd won $150 million after purchasing a Powerball ticket in June 1999.
  • Paul White from Ham Lake was one of three winners of a $448 million Powerball prize on August 7, 2013. His share of the jackpot was $149 million.
  • David and Mary Beth Wenell purchased Powerball ticket at Cub Foods in Eden Prairie worth $98.7 million on August 14, 2004.

Frequently Asked Questions

How old do I have to be to play the Minnesota Lottery games?

Players must be at least 18 to purchase tickets and claim prizes from the Minnesota Lottery.

How can I purchase Minnesota Lottery tickets?

Customers can purchase tickets at any of the more than 3,100 retailers located throughout Minnesota. Draw games are also available online using the Jackpocket mobile app.

How do I know if I have a winning ticket?

Players can find out if they have a winning ticket by scanning them at the sales terminal at their local Minnesota Lottery retailer. WInning numbers can also be viewed on the official website or using the Jackpocket mobile app.

Can I remain anonymous in Minnesota?

Minnesota Lottery winners of prizes over $10,000 will automatically remain private unless the winner chooses otherwise. However, prize winners of less than $10,000 cannot choose to keep their identity private.

Do I have to pay taxes on my winnings?

Yes. All gambling winnings in Minnesota, including the lottery, will have 24% in federal taxes and 7.25% state taxes withheld.