Phoenix Arizona Lottery Office
Phone: (480) 921-4400
- Opening times:
- Monday to Friday - - (except holidays)
|Game||Result||Est. Jackpot||Next Draw|
Scammers are taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic and increasing their activities in Arizona. Be aware, stay alert, and never send money to receive a lottery prize.
Draws for all games will continue as normal.
Starting jackpots for Arizona Powerball and Mega Millions have been removed - amounts will be published before each draw and now depend on ticket sales and interest rates.
Minimum jackpot increases between draws have been removed for both Powerball and Mega Millions.
The Arizona Lottery Headquarters and Tucson Office are open by appointment only.
Phoenix Sky Harbor Office Claim Center is closed until further notice.
The Phoenix and Tucson Arizona Lottery Offices are open for claims of $600 or more. To schedule an appointment call 480-921-4400. The last appointment of the day will be at 4:30 p.m. Both claim centers have been supplied with dropboxes for those choosing to drop off their claims.
Prizes between $1 and up to $599 can be claimed at lottery retailers or by mail. All retailers will redeem prizes up to $100 and some even up to $599. To claim by mail send the signed ticket to the Arizona Lottery.
To claim prizes over $600 by mail - fill out the back of the ticket, sign it, include a copy of a photo ID card, fill out the Prize Claim Form, and send to the Arizona Lottery, P.O. Box 2913, Phoenix, AZ 85062. Keep a copy of all documents for your records.
The Walmart Supercenter in Kingman Claim Center (3396 Stockton Hill Road, Kingman, AZ 86409) available for claims up to $9,999.
Residents in Arizona can take part in the following Arizona Lottery games:
|Game||Prize Type||Numbers||Sales Close|
|Pick 3||Top Prize||3 from 0-9||6:59 p.m.|
|Fantasy 5||Jackpot||5 from 1-41||6:59 p.m.|
|Triple Twist||Jackpot||6 from 1-42||6:59 p.m.|
|The Pick||Jackpot||6 from 1-44||6:59 p.m.|
|Powerball||Jackpot||5 from 1-69 + 1 from 1-26||6:59 p.m.|
|Mega Millions||Jackpot||5 from 1-70 + 1 from 1-25||6:59 p.m.|
Here is an overview of when each draw takes place:
|Pick 3||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.|
|Fantasy 5||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.|
|Triple Twist||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.|
|The Pick||7:00 p.m.||7:00 p.m.|
|Powerball||8:59 p.m.||8:59 p.m.|
|Mega Millions||9:00 p.m.||9:00 p.m.|
|All times are displayed in Arizona local time.|
Each of the Arizona State Lottery games allow you to play your numbers for a certain number of consecutive draws, which include:
|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|
Here's the normal process for claiming prizes in Arizona.
It normally takes around three business days to process the claim (from the moment the claim is received), but please allow at least two weeks to make sure that the claim is received.
Postal Address: Arizona Lottery, P.O. Box 2913, Phoenix, AZ 85062
The Arizona Lottery is required by law to withhold a percentage of certain lottery winnings for federal and state taxes.
Here are the taxes withheld from lottery winnings for U.S. citizens or residents within the state of Arizona.
|$600 or over||State Tax||4.8%|
If the winner is not a U.S. citizen or is not a resident, the taxes withheld by the Arizona Lottery are different:
|$600 or over||State Tax||6%|
Arizona became the first state west of the Mississippi to approve a lottery when the statewide public initiative passed in November 1980, with the Arizona Lottery officially launched in 1981.
In 2002, a vote to extend the lottery for another 10 years was passed, with 73% in favor. In 2010, the lottery was extended into 2035. Arizona partnered with the Powerball draws in 1994, and Mega Millions followed in 2010. Since then, the state has had multiple Powerball jackpot winners.
The most popular games in the state are the two national lotteries, Powerball and Mega Millions. Another popular Arizona State Lottery game is The Pick, which launched in 1984 and has a jackpot that starts at $1 million for just $1 a ticket. Apart from that, there are several small jackpot games on offer, including Pick 3, Triple Twist, and Fantasy 5.
In Arizona, players must be 21 years or older to play the lottery. Lottery tickets may only be purchased at registered retailers and winners have 180 days from the date of the draw to redeem their prizes.
The Arizona Lottery contributes hundreds of millions of dollars from ticket sales into programs and organizations that help the community with over $4 billion already donated to a variety of state projects, including homeless shelters and the state's general fund.
Phone Number: 480-921-4400
No. Arizona State Lottery tickets can only be bought at authorized retailers. No tickets can be bought online or over the phone.
You need to be 21 years or older to purchase tickets and redeem your winnings.
Lottery retailers in the state will redeem prizes up to the amount of $100, and some even redeem prizes up to $599. Anything over that must be claimed at the lottery's Tucson and Phoenix offices. Prizes up to $9,999 can also be claimed at the Sky Harbor location. Finally, you can also fill out a claim form and mail it to the lottery's office.
Before claiming any big lottery prize, we strongly recommend you consult with a lawyer or financial advisor as they can help you during the claim process.
You have 180 days from the date of the draw to redeem your winnings. Once a ticket has expired, you won't be able to redeem it.
If you win lottery prizes of $600 or more in the Arizona state lotteries, your details 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 will be made public.
Keep in mind that the Arizona Lottery does not allow blind trusts to claim prizes, as they are required to ensure that any lottery winner does 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 tax and have to be reported to the Internal Revenue Service. The Arizona Lottery is also required by law to withhold a percentage of certain lottery winnings for both federal and state taxes. Check our 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, lottery tickets are bearer instruments, so make sure that you fill out the back of your tickets as soon as you purchase them.
Funds from the sale of lottery tickets in Arizona go toward state funds, the homeless, and a variety of other initiatives.
Got any more questions about the Arizona Lottery? Contact us we'd love to help answer them.