The Arizona lottery started with a close majority of just 51% voters opting for a state run lottery in 1981. The Arizona Lottery depends on the voters' decision every few years to be able to determine should the lottery games be allowed to continue its operation.
Among the lottery games offered by Arizona lottery, the most played are Powerball and Mega Millions. Arizona joined Powerball in 1994 and Mega Millions in 2010. Since 1994, Arizona has sold 11 Power Ball jackpot winning tickets worth of total $ 1.05 billion.
After the big jackpot multi state games, the next popular state operated game is The Pick. This game was started in 1984 by Arizona lottery and has sold more than $86.4 million worth of tickets in the first year itself. The Pick lottery draws are scheduled twice in a week, every Wednesday and Saturday. The jackpot starts at One million for a $1 ticket. The jackpot is roll over if a draw does not have any jackpot winners.
Apart from the above games, AZ lottery offers various small Jackpot games like Fantasy 5, Pick 3, All or nothing and 5 card cash.
For playing Arizona lottery, the player must be 21 years or older. To play the AZ lottery, go to your nearest Arizona Lottery Retailer fill the bet card pay the bet. You can visit the Arizona lottery games pages on Lottery Corner to help you find which numbers have the most probability to be picked in the next game.
If you are a winner you will have 180 days from the date of drawing to redeem the prizes for draw games like Powerball, Mega Millions, The Pick, Fantasy 5, 5 Card Cash, All or Nothing, and Pick 3.
Arizona lottery gives back the people’s money to the community. More than $2.5 billion has been donated various state projects like state general fund, Healthy Arizona, Shelters for homeless. How Arizona Lottery money helps you can see here
For details of Arizona lottery and latest news visit Arizona Lottery Official Website