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Connecticut (CT) Lottery Results - Latest Winning Numbers

Game Result Jackpot Next Jackpot Action
Thu, Jun 20, 2024
4
1
3
6
Wild Ball
JackPot:
$500
Next Draw:
Fri, Jun-21-2024, 01:57 PM

Next Jackpot:
$500
Wed, Jun 19, 2024
9
1
5
1
Wild Ball
JackPot:
$500
Next Draw:
Thu, Jun-20-2024, 10:29 PM

Next Jackpot:
$500
Thu, Jun 20, 2024
1
9
2
3
2
Wild Ball
JackPot:
$5,000
Next Draw:
Fri, Jun-21-2024, 01:57 PM

Next Jackpot:
$5,000
Wed, Jun 19, 2024
0
4
2
0
3
Wild Ball
JackPot:
$5,000
Next Draw:
Thu, Jun-20-2024, 10:29 PM

Next Jackpot:
$5,000
Wed, Jun 19, 2024
1
9
21
28
29
JackPot:
$100,000
Next Draw:
Thu, Jun-20-2024, 10:29 PM

Next Jackpot:
$100,000
Tue, Jun 18, 2024
12
20
23
30
37
44
JackPot:
$3.70 Million
Next Draw:
Fri, Jun-21-2024, 10:38 PM

Next Jackpot:
$3.80 Million
Wed, Jun 19, 2024
10
16
18
19
31
10
Lucky Ball
JackPot:
$1,000/day/life
Next Draw:
Thu, Jun-20-2024, 10:38 PM

Next Jackpot:
$1,000
Tue, Jun 18, 2024
21
22
50
55
67
20
Multiplier 2 X
Mega Ball
JackPot:
$61 Million
Next Draw:
Fri, Jun-21-2024, 11:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$80 Million
Wed, Jun 19, 2024
4
27
44
50
64
7
Power Play 3 X
Power Ball
JackPot:
$56.60 Million
Next Draw:
Sat, Jun-22-2024, 10:59 PM

Next Jackpot:
$72 Million

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Connecticut Lottery Winning numbers history

Here, you can find the Past Winning Numbers, statistics, and in-depth analysis of Play3 Day,  Play3 Night,  Play4 Day,  Play4 Night,  Cash 5,  Classic Lotto,  Lucky for Life,  Mega Millions,  and Powerball. The winning numbers history is provided and its FREE. You can save it or print it. Our page also has a tool to search for winning number or set of numbers for all Connecticut lottery games.

For in-depth analysis and other resources of the game winning numbers visit the game home page. Summary of winning numbers data available for Connecticut lottery on our website as of today

Game Dates available on this site Available Dates
From from-to To
Play3 Day 07/03/1998 06/20/2024 07/03/1998 to 06/20/2024
Play3 Night 07/03/1998 06/19/2024 07/03/1998 to 06/19/2024
Play4 Day 07/03/1998 06/20/2024 07/03/1998 to 06/20/2024
Play4 Night 07/03/1998 06/19/2024 07/03/1998 to 06/19/2024
Cash 5 01/28/1999 06/19/2024 01/28/1999 to 06/19/2024
Classic Lotto 01/04/2000 06/18/2024 01/04/2000 to 06/18/2024
Lucky for Life 03/15/2012 06/19/2024 03/15/2012 to 06/19/2024
Mega Millions 06/24/2005 06/18/2024 06/24/2005 to 06/18/2024
Powerball 04/06/1994 06/19/2024 04/06/1994 to 06/19/2024

Connecticut Lottery Draw Games Schedule

Game Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Time
Play3 Day 1:57 PM 1:57 PM 1:57 PM 1:57 PM 1:57 PM 1:57 PM 1:57 PM US/Eastern
Play3 Night 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM US/Eastern
Play4 Day 1:57 PM 1:57 PM 1:57 PM 1:57 PM 1:57 PM 1:57 PM 1:57 PM US/Eastern
Play4 Night 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM US/Eastern
Cash 5 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM 10:29 PM US/Eastern
Classic Lotto 10:38 PM 10:38 PM US/Eastern
Lucky for Life 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM 10:38 PM US/Eastern
Mega Millions 11:00 PM 11:00 PM US/Eastern
Powerball 10:59 PM 10:59 PM 10:59 PM US/Eastern

About Connecticut (CT) Lottery

The Connecticut Lottery Corporation, also simply known as the CT lottery began in 1971 with its first ticket being sold on February 15, 1972. The then government official, Governor Thomas J. Meskill has permitted the license by signing the Public Act No. 865. There are a wide variety of in-house drawing games that are being offered at the Connecticut Lottery. It also takes participation in Mega Millions and Powerball which are played in 44 states in addition to the U.S. Virgin Islands and the District of Columbia. The Connecticut Lottery still offers the original lottery under the name of Connecticut Classic Lotto.

Draw games offered by the Connecticut Lottery:

The Connecticut lottery currently offers seven types of draw games which are simple and easy to participate.

  • Play3

This game is drawn twice a day, once in the day and once at night. It’s a 3 digit style game for which the tickets cost in fifty cent and multiples of it. Straight, box and pairs are the three types of bets that are involved in this game. All three digits have to be in an order for the Straight bet to be won. Box bet involves all the three digits to be in any order. Any two digits pairs should be drawn in the pairs bet.

  • Play4

This game is very similar to the play3 except for it to be played a 4-digit manner.

  • Cash5

A nightly game which comes under the category of five-number games. Introduced as Cash lotto in the year 1992, it used to be drawn only on Sundays in the beginning. In 1995, the introduction of three nights a week draws took place. After the introduction of the kicker option, the name has been changed to Cash 5. The player should pick five winning numbers from 35. The usual cost of this game is $1 but if a player wants to add kicker option to their game, an additional fifty cents are required. Kicker option activates more opportunities to win.

  • Lotto!

Drawn on Tuesday and Friday nights, Lotto! Is the in-house jackpot game of the Connecticut lottery. The original name of this game used to be Connecticut lotto back in 1983. With a 6/44 matrix, this games involved the drawing of six numbers from 44.

  • Lucky Links

The state’s latest and hottest draw game, Lucky links began on April 26, 2015. This draw game is played very similarly to the infamous tic-tac-toe. Each ticket comes with eight numbers along with a free space having the $ sign. The price of each play is two dollars. In order to win a cash prize, the player needs to make a minimum of two complete diagonal, vertical or horizontal lines. A cash prize of $50,000 is awarded to the player who completed the board.

  • Keno:

The Connecticut lottery has started offering the Keno on April 25, 2016. The drawing takes place at each 4-minute interval. Almost three hundred drawings take place in a day. Instead of being 21, a keno player needs to be 18 or older.

In addition to the above-mentioned draw games, the Connecticut lottery also offers several multi-jurisdictional games such as Lucky for life, Powerball, and Mega Millions.

FAQ

Q - What is the expiry date of prize-winning tickets?

A - 180 calendar days for the draw game prizes.

Q - Can a Connecticut lottery ticket be purchased with a debit or credit card?

A - Lottery tickets can only be purchased with cash, money orders, prepaid gas cards, debit cards and much more but not a credit card.

For details of Connecticut lottery and latest news visit Connecticut Lottery Official Website

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Connecticut Lottery Corner Address

Connecticut State Lottery , Connecticut Lottery Corporation , 777 Brook Street, Rocky Hill , CT - 06067 , USA .
Phone : (860) 713-2000

Note: CT lottery results and other information in Lottery Corner are constantly updated. Please check back often. We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of all information on this site. Lottery Corner is not the final authority on games, winning numbers, or other information. Please verify your winning tickets with respective official lotteries. Individual lottery games logo's are copyrighted and the property of their respective organizations.

How do you collect lottery winnings in Connecticut ?

The table below highlights the different processes of claiming your prizes in Connecticut.

Before proceeding, remember that you have 180 days from the time you win the lottery to claim your prize.

Keep a copy of all claim documents for your records.

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Moving forward, these are the options you have to claim the lottery prize in Connecticut

In-Person Claim
  • Prizes upto $599: You can send in or visit any CT Lottery Retailer to claim winning tickets for up to $599.

  • Prizes up to $5,000: Winning tickets up to $5,000 can be claimed in person or at any CT Lottery High-Tier Claim Center. Winners are required to present two legally acceptable pieces of identification, one of which must be a photo ID.

  • Prizes between $5,001 to $49,999: Winning tickets worth $5,001 to $49,999 must be claimed in person at the CT Lottery headquarters. Winners are required to present two legally acceptable pieces of identification, one of which must be a photo ID.

  • Prizes $50,000 and above: The CT Lottery headquarters must be visited in person to claim winning tickets worth $50,000 or more. A photo ID must be one of the two acceptable pieces of identification that winners must present.

Mail-in Claim
  • Mail-in claims are accepted for winning tickets up to $49,999. The mailing method you select is your responsibility. We advise using a postal method that gives you a proof of mailing receipt and keeping copies of your submissions.

  • Please fill out the required information on the reverse of the original ticket, sign it, and enclose copies of two (2) legal forms of identification with your signature.

  • Mailing address: CT Lottery Claims Dept, 777 Brook Street, Rocky Hill, CT 06067

Note :
The order in which prizes are received determines how they are processed for prize claims sent by mail. For misplaced, stolen, or late mail, the CT Lottery disclaims all liability.

Connecticut Lottery Claim centers

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How to Claim

Cut Off Time

Game
Play3 Day
Cut Off Times
Mon-Sun, 12 minutes before draw time .
Game
Play3 Night
Cut Off Times
Mon-Sun, 9 minutes before draw time .
Game
Play4 Day
Cut Off Times
Mon-Sun, 12 minutes before draw time .
Game
Play4 Night
Cut Off Times
Mon-Sun, 9 minutes before draw time .
Game
Cash 5
Cut Off Times
Mon-Sun, 9 minutes before draw time .
Game
Classic Lotto
Cut Off Times
Tue and Fri, 18 minutes before draw time .
Game
Lucky for Life
Cut Off Times
Daily, 1 hour 8 minutes before draw time .
Game
Mega Millions
Cut Off Times
Tue and Fri, 15 minutes before draw time .
Game
Powerball
Cut Off Times
Mon,wed and Sat, 59 minutes prior to draw time .
Game Cut Off Times Advance Plays
Play3 Day Mon-Sun, 12 minutes before draw time. upto 7 consecutive draws.
Play3 Night Mon-Sun, 9 minutes before draw time. upto 7 consecutive draws.
Play4 Day Mon-Sun, 12 minutes before draw time. upto 7 consecutive draws.
Play4 Night Mon-Sun, 9 minutes before draw time. upto 7 consecutive draws.
Cash 5 Mon-Sun, 9 minutes before draw time. upto 26 consecutive draws.
Classic Lotto Tue and Fri, 18 minutes before draw time. upto 26 consecutive draws.
Lucky for Life Daily, 1 hour 8 minutes before draw time. Upto 26 consecutive draws.
Mega Millions Tue and Fri, 15 minutes before draw time . Upto 26 consecutive draws.
Powerball Mon,wed and Sat, 59 minutes prior to draw time. Upto 26 consecutive draws.

How to Play

Game
Play3 Day
Play Type
3-Digits + 1 (Wile Ball)
Top Prize
$500
Ticket
$1
Game
Play3 Night
Play Type
3-Digits + 1 (Wile Ball)
Top Prize
$500
Ticket
$1
Game
Play4 Day
Play Type
4-Digits + 1 (Wile Ball)
Top Prize
$5,000
Ticket
$1
Game
Play4 Night
Play Type
4-Digits + 1 (Wile Ball)
Top Prize
$5,000
Ticket
$1
Game
Cash 5
Play Type
5/35
Top Prize
$100,000
Ticket
$1
Game
Classic Lotto
Play Type
6/44
Jackpot
$3.70 Million (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1
Game
Lucky for Life
Play Type
5/48 + 1/18(Lucky Ball)
Top Prize
$1,000/day/life
Ticket
$1
Game
Mega Millions
Play Type
5/70 + 1/25 (Mega Ball)
Jackpot
$61 Million (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1
Game
Powerball
Play Type
5/69 + 1/26 (Power Ball)
Jackpot
$56.60 Million (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1

Facts of Connecticut Lottery

☆ Do you know that in 2020, the Connecticut Lottery generated over $1.4 billion in revenue, with $377.8 million going to support the state's General Fund.

☆ Do you know that the largest Powerball jackpot ever won in Connecticut was $254.2 million in 2011.

☆ Do you know that the Connecticut Lottery also operates a second-chance drawing program, which allows players to enter non-winning tickets for a chance to win additional prizes.
lottery facts
☆ Do you know that the Connecticut Lottery was established in 1971, making it one of the oldest lotteries in the United States.

☆ Do you know that first Connecticut Lottery ticket was sold on February 15, 1972.

☆ Do you know that the Connecticut Lottery offers a variety of games, including Powerball, Mega Millions, Lucky for Life, Lotto, Cash 5, Play 4, Play 3, and scratch-off tickets.

☆ Do you know that the proceeds from the Connecticut Lottery are used to support education, public health, and human services in the state.

☆ Do you know that the Connecticut Lottery has implemented responsible gambling measures, including a self-exclusion program and resources for those seeking help with problem gambling.

Connecticut Lottery Tax Rates

Tax U.S. Citizens/Resident Aliens Non-resident Aliens

State Income Tax Percentage

6.99%

6.99%

Federal Income Tax Percentage

24%

30%

Tax U.S. Citizens/Resident Aliens Non-resident Aliens

State Income Tax Percentage

6.99%

6.99%

Federal Income Tax Percentage

24%

30%

Note:
Taxes are still withheld even from elderly people. If winnings surpass the aforementioned thresholds, the CT Lottery is required to report them to the IRS and the CT Department of Revenue Services. Regarding your tax duties, you might want to speak with a tax advisor.

FAQs.

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Here is the list of Frequently asked questions about Connecticut lottery, if you have additional question, please write to us. Happy to help you.

How old must I be to participate in the lottery?
To buy lottery tickets or collect a prize, players must be at least 18 years old.
Can I buy tickets and submit a claim for a prize if I reside in the state or outside?
Yes. You can play CT Lottery games and win prizes without being a resident of Connecticut State or a citizen of the United States. Foreign and nonresident alien winners of lottery tickets worth $599 or more must be processed only at the CT Lottery Headquarters.
Can I buy lottery tickets with my credit card?
No, only cash, gift cards, certified bank checks, and debit cards (with PINs) — as the retailer pleases — are accepted means of payment. Please take note that debit or gift cards are not accepted at the CT Lottery Headquarters.
Can I purchase Connecticut lottery tickets by mail, phone, or online?
No. Players are only allowed to buy Connecticut lottery tickets from authorized retailers. The Connecticut Lottery does not offer tickets for sale over the phone, on the internet, or by mail.
What happens in the case of stolen or lost winning tickets?
Unless it has been signed, a lottery ticket is a bearer instrument. Anyone who possesses your ticket can receive the reward if you don't sign the back. The CT Lottery disclaims liability for stolen or lost tickets and is unable to issue prizes in the absence of a valid winning ticket.
How long are winning CT Lottery tickets valid?
Tickets for Fast Play expire 180 days after the date of sale. Prizes from scratch-off games must be redeemed within 180 days of the "End of Game" announcement or they will expire. The "Last Day To Redeem" section of each page for an active game displays the day that a Scratch Game ticket expires. By that day, winners must have claimed all awards. Prizes from the Draw Game (like those from Powerball) must be redeemed within 180 days of the drawing date or they will expire.
Are Connecticut lottery winnings subject to taxes? What tax information do I need to know?
Yes. Federal and state taxes are deducted from all winnings of $600 or more. All gambling wins worth more than $5,000 must be reported to the IRS and have federal income tax (currently 24%) withheld. It is possible for this tax rate to rise to 30% in certain situations. The Lottery must also report to the IRS, if any lottery winnings that reach $600 or above and at least 300 times the original stake.
What should I do if my winning ticket is damaged?
Tickets that are damaged, torn, or unable to be scanned by a lottery terminal must be mailed or delivered in person to the CT Lottery Headquarters at 777 Brook Street, Rocky Hill, CT 06067. Take note that processing damaged tickets could take 4-6 weeks.
What happens if a winner passes away before receiving their entire annuity award?
The winner's estate or other designated beneficiary shall receive any outstanding prize payments as authorized by a court ruling or other legal documentation. For further insight, please speak with your legal and financial advisors.
As a winner, can I maintain my anonymity in front of the public and media?
No, lottery prize winners in Connecticut cannot remain anonymous. The name of the winner, location, claim date, game name, prize sum, and the name and location of the retailer where the winning lottery ticket was bought are all regarded as public information. But there is a chance to winners of prizes worth $10,000 or more can ask to have their names removed from the winners list section. However, unless the winner presents an Address Confidentiality Program authorization card or a legal protective order, winner identity may still be revealed in response to a Freedom of Information Act request.

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