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Minnesota Lottery

The MN Lottery offers a number of different interstate games, including Powerball, Mega Millions, Lotto America and Lucky for Life. There are also some great homegrown games you can only play in the great state of Minnesota.

Daily 3

Play your way with a choice of bet types and wagers – you could win a sweet cash prize of up to $500 in the nightly draw. Check out the Daily 3 dedicated page for more information.

Northstar Cash

Northstar Cash is a Minnesota exclusive and has the best odds of any of the state’s draw games. Every day, players have the chance to win a jackpot set at a cool minimum of $25,000. The top prize will roll over until someone wins it by matching all five numbers drawn. Head over to the Northstar Cash page to learn more.

Gopher 5

Gopher 5 is a Minnesota original game with a starting jackpot of $100,000 and drawings every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening. To win the jackpot, players must match all five numbers drawn. Visit the Gopher 5 game page for all the details.

Other Games

Other Minnesota Lottery games include Print-N-Play and annual Raffle games.

Scratch tickets are a great way to play lottery games in the downtime between regular drawings. Whether you buy one from an authorized retailer or just play select instant win games online, you stand a chance of winning some serious cash. Try one today!

Buying Minnesota Lottery Tickets

Only multi-state games Powerball, Mega Millions and Lotto America and currently available to play outside of the US. Visit the Tickets page for more information.

Minnesota Lottery Drawing Schedule

There are seven main lotteries played in MN, get the drawing times and ticket cut off times for each game in the table below:

Game Draw Days Draw Times* Ticket Sales Close At*
Powerball Wednesday & Saturday 9:59 PM 9:00 PM
Mega Millions Tuesday & Friday 10:00 PM 9:00 PM
Lucky for Life Monday & Thursday 9:38 PM 8:10 PM
Lotto America Wednesday & Saturday 10:00 PM 9:00 PM
Daily 3 Daily 6:17 PM 6:10 PM
Northstar Cash Daily 6:17 PM 6:10 PM
Gopher 5 Monday, Wednesday & Friday 6:17 PM 6:10 PM
*Times are shown in CT.

Claiming Minnesota Lottery Prizes

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, there have been some changes in the way you claim prizes in Minnesota. You can find updates on our dedicated Coronavirus Lottery Updates page.

If you’ve won a Minnesota Lottery prize, then you have one year from the date of the drawing or from the announced date of closure for a scratch ticket game to claim your prize. Depending on how you bought your ticket, you have a number of ways to redeem a prize.

All wins of $50,000 and below may be claimed by mail; scroll down for more information.

If you bought a ticket from an authorized retailer, then prizes worth $599 or less can be claimed from a retailer or by mail.

Prizes of $600 and above may be claimed at the Lottery’s Roseville headquarters; you’ll need to complete a claim form.

For prizes over $50,000, call the Lottery at 1-888-568-8379 or 651-635-8273 for information on claiming options.

Prizes worth more than $5,000 will have 24 percent for federal taxes and 7.25 percent for state taxes deducted before the prize is paid. Non-Minnesota residents, including Canadians, will still be subject to the 7.25 percent tax on any large prizes, but they will also need to consult a financial advisor to learn more about any taxes they may still owe.

Claim a prize by mail

To claim a win of $50,000 or under by mail, send your signed original ticket to the address below.

If you’ve won $600 or more, you’ll also need to fill out and send a claim form.

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

History of the Minnesota Lottery

The Minnesota Lottery has been in operation since 1989, as state voters approved its establishment by 57 percent in a constitutional amendment proposed in 1988. The first tickets went on sale on April 17th 1990 and by the end of the week the Minnesota Lottery had hit $15 million in sales. Powerball tickets became available to state residents in August of that same year, while Mega Millions tickets went on sale in Minnesota in January 2010.

MN Lottery revenue is allocated to the state’s General Fund; about 24 cents of every $1 raised through lottery tickets is returned to the state in some form of aid. When Minnesotans play lottery games in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, they are directly helping educational initiatives, health services, public safety and local governments. Any remaining revenue is then distributed to the Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund, the Natural Resources Fund and the Game and Fish Fund. You can help preserve Minnesota’s natural beauty just by buying a lottery ticket!

The All or Nothing lottery was cancelled in June 2017.

Rules

You must be at least 18 years old to play Minnesota Lottery games.

Minnesota lottery game information, draw schedule, how to play and how to MN Lottery claim prizes.

All or Nothing

Match ALL of the numbers or
NONE of the numbers to win the top prize!

TOP PRIZE OF $100,000
$2 PER PLAY PER DRAW
DRAWS TWICE DAILY

Check your numbers

Latest Drawing

Latest Drawing

Saturday, July 20, 2018

Saturday, July 20, 2018

Saturday, July 20, 2018

Number Frequencies

Number of All or Nothing Winners

For 11/25/2020 | 1930 Wisconsin Winners

Match Number Amount Total Paid
11/11 0 $100,000 $0
10/11 0 $500 $0
9/11 33 $40 $1,320
8/11 261 $4 $1,044
3/11 302 $4 $1,208
2/11 43 $40 $1,720
1/11 1 $500 $500
0/11 0 $100,000 $0
11/11 0 $100,000 $0
10/11 4 $500 $2,000
9/11 119 $40 $4,760
8/11 457 $4 $1,828
3/11 538 $4 $2,152
2/11 170 $40 $6,800
1/11 2 $500 $1,000
0/11 0 $100,000 $0

HOW TO PLAY ALL OR NOTHING:

Choose eleven different numbers from 1 to 22.

Place wagers by asking for a QUICK PICK or by using the All or Nothing playslip. Playslips are available at Wisconsin Lottery retailers.

Choose which drawing to play. MIDDAY (1:30 p.m.), EVENING (9:00 p.m.), or BOTH. All or Nothing drawings are held twice daily, seven days a week.

Choose how many days to play. Each ticket costs $2 per play per draw. All or Nothing can be played up to 7 draws for MIDDAY, up to 7 draws for EVENING, or up to 14 draws for BOTH (7 MIDDAY and 7 EVENING) in advance.
For example, at 4:00 p.m. Friday, a player purchases 1 play for BOTH drawings for 1 day. They will receive a ticket with 1 play for Friday’s EVENING draw and 1 play for Saturday’s MIDDAY drawing the next day.

Check playslip carefully before handing it to the retailer. ALL OR NOTHING TICKETS CANNOT BE CANCELLED.

Give completed playslip and cash to the retailer.

Receive, sign, and safeguard ticket. A ticket is needed to claim a prize. Playslips are not valid to claim a prize.

Winning prizes may be claimed on tickets with additional draws on them. An exchange ticket will be given to players who are redeeming a prize on a ticket that has additional draws.

Please click features and procedures for more details regarding this game.

HOW TO WIN ALL OR NOTHING:

MATCH WIN ODDS
11 of 11 $100,000* (TOP PRIZE) 1:705,432
10 of 11 $500 1:5,831
9 of 11 $40 1:234
8 of 11 $4 1:26
3 of 11 $4 1:26
2 of 11 $40 1:234
1 of 11 $500 1:5,831
0 of 11 $100,000* (TOP PRIZE) 1:705,432

DRAW DAYS:

DRAW TIME SU M T W TH F S
MIDDAY
1:30 p.m.
EVENING
9:00 p.m.
Drawings are held every day after 1:30 p.m. for MIDDAY draws and after 9:00 p.m. for EVENING draws. Tickets must be purchased before 1:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. to be included in that day’s MIDDAY or EVENING drawing

All or Nothing odds based on one play for $2. Prizes are approximately 55.3% of sales. *If there are more than 20 winning plays for the TOP PRIZE, $2,000,000 is shared equally among all TOP PRIZE winning plays. Prizes up to $599 may be claimed at a Wisconsin Lottery retailer. Prizes $600 and higher must be claimed at a Lottery office or by mail. Prizes $200,000 and higher must be claimed at the Madison Validation office. Tickets, transactions, and winners are subject to state law and Lottery regulations. Purchasers must be at least 18 years old. Prizes not claimed within 180 days after drawing are forfeited.

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