|Game||Result||Est. Jackpot||More Results|
||View all Pick 3|
||View all Fantasy 5|
||View all Triple Twist|
||View all The Pick|
||View all Powerball|
||View all Mega Millions|
Arizona Lottery COVID-19 Update
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, operating hours for Arizona lottery offices and the claiming process may change at any time. While we are continually monitoring the latest updates provided by the lottery operators, we recommend that you contact your local lottery office to get the most up-to-date information before claiming a prize. We appreciate your patience during this time.
|Game Name||Prize Type||Numbers|
|Pick 3||Top Prize||3 from 0-9|
|Fantasy 5||Jackpot||5 from 1-41|
|Triple Twist||Jackpot||6 from 1-42|
|The Pick||Jackpot||6 from 1-44|
|Powerball||Jackpot||5 from 1-69 + 1 from 1-26|
|Mega Millions||Jackpot||5 from 1-70 + 1 from 1-25|
|Pick 3||up to 12|
|Fantasy 5||up to 12|
|Triple Twist||up to 12|
|The Pick||up to 10|
|Powerball||up to 10|
|Mega Millions||up to 10|
Options for claiming
Monday to Saturday, 8:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.;
Sunday, 12:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
Here are the taxes withheld from lottery winnings for U.S. citizens or residents.
|$600 or more||State Tax||4.8%|
If the winner is not a U.S. citizen or resident, taxes on winnings are higher.
|$600 or more||State Tax||6%|
Postal AddressArizona Lottery Headquarters: 4740 E University Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85034
Arizona Lottery tickets can only be bought from authorized retailers. Tickets can't be purchased online or over the phone.
You need to be 21 or older to play.
Players have an array of games to choose from, including The Pick, Fantasy 5, Pick 3, Triple Twist, Powerball, and Mega Millions.
The Arizona Lottery gives winners 180 days from the date of the draw to claim their prizes. If a ticket has expired, you won't be able to redeem it.
If you win lottery prizes of $600 or more, your information will be kept anonymous for up to 90 days. If you win $100,000 or more, you can choose to keep your name confidential forever. However, your city and county of residence will be made public.
Keep in mind that the Arizona Lottery does not allow blind trusts to claim prizes, in order to ensure that lottery winners do not owe the state a debt (which would be withheld from the prize money).
Lottery winnings in Arizona are subject to both federal and state income taxes and must be reported to the Internal Revenue Service. Check out the Tax Information section for more details.
Yes. Depending on the game, you can purchase tickets for up to 10 or 12 games in advance.
The lottery can't be held responsible if you lose or damage your lottery tickets. Remember that lottery tickets are bearer instruments, meaning whoever has it is considered the owner, so make sure that you fill out the back of your tickets as soon as you purchase them.
Revenue from the sale of lottery tickets in Arizona go toward state funds, aiding the homeless, and various other initiatives.