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Rhode Island (RI) Lottery Results

Game Result Jackpot Next Jackpot Action
Thu, Feb 29, 2024
6
6
3
2
JackPot:
$5,000
Next Draw:
Fri, Mar-01-2024, 01:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$5,000
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13
Hours
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12
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08
Seconds
Thu, Feb 29, 2024
0
4
4
5
JackPot:
$5,000
Next Draw:
Fri, Mar-01-2024, 07:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$5,000
00
Days
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13
Hours
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12
Minutes
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08
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Thu, Feb 29, 2024
6
9
23
28
33
31
Extra      
JackPot:
$22,000
Next Draw:
Fri, Mar-01-2024, 07:29 PM

Next Jackpot:
$24,000
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Days
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13
Hours
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12
Minutes
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08
Seconds
Thu, Feb 29, 2024
15
21
37
41
44
2
Lucky Ball
JackPot:
$1,000
Next Draw:
Fri, Mar-01-2024, 10:38 PM

Next Jackpot:
$1,000
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Days
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13
Hours
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12
Minutes
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08
Seconds
Tue, Feb 27, 2024
6
18
26
27
49
4
Multiplier 3 X
Mega Ball
JackPot:
$563 Million
Next Draw:
Fri, Mar-01-2024, 11:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$607 Million
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Days
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13
Hours
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12
Minutes
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08
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Wed, Feb 28, 2024
16
26
29
38
50
6
Power Play 2 X
Power Ball
JackPot:
$412 Million
Next Draw:
Sat, Mar-02-2024, 10:59 PM

Next Jackpot:
$443 Million
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Days
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13
Hours
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12
Minutes
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08
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Welcome to Rhode Island Lottery Corner

Your Easiest Way to Win Rhode Island Lottery

Rhode Island Lottery Winning numbers history

Here, you can find the Past Winning Numbers, statistics, and in-depth analysis of Numbers Game Midday,  Numbers Game Evening,  Wild Money,  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 Rhode Island 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 Rhode Island lottery on our website as of today

Game Dates available on this site Available Dates
From from-to To
Numbers Game Midday 05/11/2014 02/29/2024 05/11/2014 to 02/29/2024
Numbers Game Evening 01/01/2003 02/29/2024 01/01/2003 to 02/29/2024
Wild Money 01/22/2002 02/29/2024 01/22/2002 to 02/29/2024
Lucky for Life 03/15/2012 02/29/2024 03/15/2012 to 02/29/2024
Mega Millions 06/24/2005 02/27/2024 06/24/2005 to 02/27/2024
Powerball 04/06/1994 02/28/2024 04/06/1994 to 02/28/2024

Rhode Island Lottery Draw Games Schedule

Game Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Time
Numbers Game Midday 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM US/Eastern
Numbers Game Evening 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM US/Eastern
Wild Money 7:29 PM 7:29 PM 7:29 PM 7:29 PM 7:29 PM 7:29 PM 7:29 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 Rhode Island (RI) Lottery

ABOUT RHODE ISLAND LOTTERY (RILOT):

Contrary to popular belief, Rhode Island, which is the smallest state of the Unites states of America, has not been left behind when it comes to lottery gaming. In fact, Rhode Island lottery, or Rilot as we commonly know it now, is actually one of the best in that country.

With the launch of the RI lottery in 1974, when the first ticket was sold for 50 cents, and then later drawn at the State House, Rilot has been incredible for the state of Rhode Island. RI lottery results have changed the fates of many residents, such as Sheila Botelho, who was 2007’s lucky winner in RI Powerball as she won $151,900,000.

Rilot is also behind the launch of Lotto, which is the first ever Lottery Show on TV. The top prize of this action game and fun TV show was $25,000, and tickets were $1 with weekly drawings.

Rhode Island Lottery is also a founding member of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL), which was formed so that smaller states could have the chance to offer bigger prizes. It is also the first state lottery which began to sell tickets of the game Powerball.

GAMES OF RHODE ISLAND LOTTERY:

Almost everyone that has been blessed with RI lottery winning numbers is probably living the life now, thanks to the various games of Rhode Island Lottery. Some of these games include Numbers Game Midday, Numbers Game Evening, Wild Money, Lucky for Life, Mega Millions and even the infamous Powerball.

Powerball, which was previously known as Lotto America, actually has the honor of being the game whose first ticket was sold by the Rhode Island Lottery. It is one of the most famous lottery games and almost every state lottery offers a game, because of its highest jackpots. The Rhode Island lottery winning numbers of Powerball can literally get a player up to $1.5 billion, which is the highest jackpot amount to date.

The special thing about the Numbers Game Midday and the Numbers Game Evening is that, when it was launched in 1976, it became The Rhode Island Lottery`s first game which let players to select numbers of their choice, all the while hoping that the chosen numbers would match the randomly drawn numbered balls.

Wild Money, which is known as the Rhode Island Lottery`s progressive jackpot game, in which the jackpot begins at $20,000 and gets progressively bigger until someone has won. What makes this game appealing is the rolling jackpot, and the extra ball. 

Lucky for Life, since its launch in 2002 in New England, is one of the most interesting lottery games as it lets players win the top prize of $1,000 daily, for LIFE. They can also get a second prize of $25,000 every year, for LIFE. It really does make the players lucky for life!

Mega Millions, previously known as The Big Game, has been special since its launch on August 31, 1996. Just like Powerball, this one is also famous for its big jackpots.

For details of Rhode Island lottery and latest news visit Rhode Island Lottery Official Website

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Rhode Island Lottery Corner Address

Rhode Island State Lottery , Rhode Island Lottery , 1425 Pontiac Avenue, Cranston , RI - 02920 , USA .
Phone : (401) 463-6500

Note: RI 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 Rhode Island ?

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

Within 60 days of becoming eligible for the prize, Mega Millions and Powerball jackpot winners can choose between receiving their winnings in cash or as an annuity. The prize will be paid out in 30 graduated annual payments under the annuity.

The top prize in Lucky for Life, which is $1,000 each day for life, and the second prize, which is $25,000 per year for life, can either be collected over a minimum of 20 years or in one lump amount.

All prizes must be claimed within 1 year of the drawing date.

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 Rhode Island

In-Person Claim
  • Prizes less than $600:

    Prizes of less than $600 can be claimed at any Rhode Island Lottery Retailer.

  • Prizes of $600 or more:

    Prizes of $600 or more can be claimed at Lottery Headquarters , 1425 Pontiac Ave., Cranston, Rhode Island 02920.

Mail-in Claim
  • Holders of winning tickets must provide the following documents or information to claim a Rhode Island Lottery award via mail:

  • Winning ticket with signature on the back

  • Holders complete address and telephone number

  • Copy of valid, government issued ID card, Social Security Card or valid document that includes your Social Security Number.

  • Prize checks will be mailed to the address: Rhode Island Lottery, 1425 Pontiac Avenue, Cranston, RI 02920, Attention: Validations Department

Rhode Island Lottery Claim centers

Cut Off Time

Game
Numbers Game Midday
Cut Off Times
Before 1:20 p.m on draw days. .
Game
Numbers Game Evening
Cut Off Times
Before 6:50 p.m on draw days. .
Game
Wild Money
Cut Off Times
Before 6:50 p.m. on drawing night .
Game
Lucky for Life
Cut Off Times
Before 9:30 p.m on drawing nights .
Game
Mega Millions
Cut Off Times
Before 9:50 p.m. on drawing nights .
Game
Powerball
Cut Off Times
Before 9:50 p.m. on drawing nights .
Game Cut Off Times Advance Plays
Numbers Game Midday Before 1:20 p.m on draw days.. Up to 60 consecutive draws(including both midday and evening).
Numbers Game Evening Before 6:50 p.m on draw days.. Up to 60 consecutive draws(including both midday and evening).
Wild Money Before 6:50 p.m. on drawing night. Up to 21 consecutive draws.
Lucky for Life Before 9:30 p.m on drawing nights. Up to 21 consecutive draws.
Mega Millions Before 9:50 p.m. on drawing nights. Up to 26 consecutive draws.
Powerball Before 9:50 p.m. on drawing nights. Up to 24 consecutive draws.

How to Play

Game
Numbers Game Midday
Play Type
4-Digits
Top Prize
$5,000
Ticket
$1
Game
Numbers Game Evening
Play Type
4-Digits
Top Prize
$5,000
Ticket
$1
Game
Wild Money
Play Type
5/38 + 1 (Extra)
Jackpot
$22,000 (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1
Game
Lucky for Life
Play Type
5/48 + 1/18(Lucky Ball)
Top Prize
$1,000
Ticket
$1
Game
Mega Millions
Play Type
5/70 + 1/25 (Mega Ball)
Jackpot
$563 Million (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1
Game
Powerball
Play Type
5/69 + 1/26 (Power Ball)
Jackpot
$412 Million (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1

Facts of Rhode Island Lottery

☆ Do you know that Louise White a 81-year-old woman from Newport, Rhode Island, won a Powerball jackpot worth $336.4 million in 2012, the largest jackpot ever won in Rhode Island. After taxes, White received a lump sum of $210 million.

☆ Do you know that John and Joanne Jervis a couple from North Providence, Rhode Island, won a $60 million Powerball jackpot in 2011. They chose to take the lump sum of $37.6 million after taxes.

☆ Do you know that Manuel Carreiro a resident of Bristol, Rhode Island, won a $45 million Powerball jackpot in 1996. At the time. Carreiro chose to take the lump sum of $21.8 million after taxes.

☆ Do you know that William Smith a resident of West Warwick, Rhode Island, won $2 million on a scratch-off ticket in 2019. Smith chose to take the lump sum of $1.3 million after taxes.
lottery facts
☆ Do you know that the Rhode Island Lottery was established in 1974 by the Rhode Island General Assembly.

☆ Do you know that the first Rhode Island lottery game was launched in 1975 and it was called "The Lot".

☆ Do you know that in 1976, Rhode Island became the first state to offer video lottery terminals (VLTs), which are electronic gaming machines similar to slot machines.

☆ Do you know that in 2019, the Rhode Island Lottery generated more than $379 million in revenue, which was used to support various state programs and initiatives.

☆ Do you know that the Rhode Island Lottery has a number of player protection initiatives in place, such as allowing players to set deposit limits, providing resources for problem gambling, and implementing age verification measures.

☆ Do you know that the Rhode Island Lottery is overseen by the Rhode Island Department of Revenue's Division of Lotteries, which is responsible for regulating and enforcing the state's lottery laws and regulations.

☆ Do you know that Rhode Island has a long history of lotteries, with the state being one of the 13 original colonies that used lotteries to help fund the Revolutionary War.

☆ Do you know that the Rhode Island Lottery has paid out more than $82 billion in prizes to players since it began.

☆ Do you know that in 2020, the Rhode Island Lottery generated $389.8 million in net revenue, which goes to support various state programs, including education and public safety and had awarded more than $252 million in prizes to players across the state.

☆ Do you know that Pauline Maillet a resident of Woonsocket, Rhode Island, won $1 million on an instant scratch-off ticket in 2005. Maillet used her winnings to buy a new home and pay off her debts.

Rhode Island Lottery Tax Rates

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

State Income Tax Percentage

5.99%

7.65%

Federal Income Tax Percentage

24%

30%

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

State Income Tax Percentage

5.99%

7.65%

Federal Income Tax Percentage

24%

30%

Note:
For prizes of $600 and above, winners will receive a W-2G tax form.

FAQs.

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

Who can play the Rhode Island Lottery?
Tickets can be bought by anyone older than 18 years old.
How many Rhode Island Lottery employees are there?
The State's video lottery, table games, and sports betting are all managed by the lottery's 103 personnel, along with all other gaming activities.
What happens to all the proceeds from lottery sales?
The State General Fund receives lottery sales revenue after paying for prize distribution, commissions, Lottery operation costs, and other charges.
Who decides how the money is spent?
The State General Fund, which provides assistance to all Rhode Islanders for unemployment relief, education, public safety, law enforcement, and human services, receives lottery revenue transfers mandated by law. The 39 cities and towns in Rhode Island must be allocated money from the state's general fund by the legislature.
How can I get the winning numbers?
The lottery's winning numbers can be found on its website, www.rilot.com, on its mobile app, at Lottery Retailer locations, and in regional media. Those who like to get their winning numbers via email or text message can sign up for the Lotto VIP Club. Only numbers obtained directly from the Rhode Island Lottery are subject to the Lottery's accuracy guarantee.
What happens if I lose a winning ticket?
A winning ticket must be shown in order to collect a reward. Tickets that are lost or stolen are not the responsibility of the Rhode Island Lottery. After you buy your tickets, sign the back to protect yourself. Tickets for the lottery are bearer instruments. The holder of a winning ticket is deemed the lawful owner and is eligible to claim the reward until it is signed.
Can a winner remain anonymous?
If a winner requests it, the Lottery will make every effort to keep their information confidential. However, this information is covered by the Freedom of Information Act in Rhode Island and the majority of other states, and upon request, the winner's name and city or town of residence must be provided. The winner's first name and the game they played will be listed on the eInstants webpage for prizes worth $100 or more.
What should I do if I win a sizable prize?
To begin with, make sure you have signed the ticket's back and store it safely. Second, ask a specialist for legal and financial counsel. Finally, phone the Lottery before coming in so we can go over the claim procedure.
Is there a cash option I may choose from if I win the grand prize or the second-place prize in Lucky for Life?
Yes. You have the option to choose to receive your prize in one lump sum. At the time you claim your prize, that choice must be made.
What happens to the Lucky for Life payments if the recipient passes away before receiving their award for at least 20 years?
The Rhode Island Lottery will continue to make the annual payments, as scheduled, to the winner's estate, trust, or individual(s) designated in his or her will, for the remaining years, should a Lucky for Life winner pass away before receiving payments for the minimum of 20 years. In addition, an estate may ask for a lump sum payment rather than for the annuity payments to continue.
Can I collect my win in Rhode Island if I purchased my Powerball, Mega Millions, or Lucky for Life ticket in another state?
No. A winning Powerball, Mega Millions, or Lucky for Life ticket must be presented for payment in the state where it was bought.
Why is the Powerball and Mega Millions jackpot's cash value lower than its annuity value?
The value of the cash invested over a 30-year period in securities is the annuity amount.
When purchasing a Powerball or Mega Millions ticket, do players have to decide between the cash and the annuity option?
No. Choosing between a cash reward and an annuity payment must be done within 60 days of winning the prize. Cash payments are made all at once. After the initial payment, annuity payments are spread out over 29 years.

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