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South Carolina (SC) Lottery Results

Game Result Jackpot Next Jackpot Action
Wed, Jul 17, 2024
5
2
4
3
Fire Ball
JackPot:
$500
Next Draw:
Thu, Jul-18-2024, 01:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$500
Wed, Jul 17, 2024
6
0
4
1
Fire Ball
JackPot:
$500
Next Draw:
Thu, Jul-18-2024, 06:59 PM

Next Jackpot:
$500
Wed, Jul 17, 2024
2
4
5
2
3
Fire Ball
JackPot:
$5,000
Next Draw:
Thu, Jul-18-2024, 01:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$5,000
Wed, Jul 17, 2024
3
1
8
9
1
Fire Ball
JackPot:
$5,000
Next Draw:
Thu, Jul-18-2024, 06:59 PM

Next Jackpot:
$5,000
Tue, Jun 18, 2024
13
16
19
23
27
JackPot:
Next Draw:
Wed, Jun-19-2024, 06:59 PM

Next Jackpot:
$100,000
Wed, Jul 17, 2024
5
JackPot:
$250
Next Draw:
Thu, Jul-18-2024, 12:59 PM

Next Jackpot:
$250
Wed, Jul 17, 2024
15
JackPot:
$250
Next Draw:
Thu, Jul-18-2024, 06:59 PM

Next Jackpot:
$250
Tue, Jul 16, 2024
5
35
42
58
66
22
Multiplier 2 X
Mega Ball
JackPot:
$226 Million
Next Draw:
Fri, Jul-19-2024, 11:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$251 Million
Wed, Jul 17, 2024
24
27
32
47
66
26
Power Play 2 X
Power Ball
JackPot:
$75 Million
Next Draw:
Sat, Jul-20-2024, 10:59 PM

Next Jackpot:
$91 Million

Welcome to South Carolina Lottery Corner

Your Easiest Way to Win South Carolina Lottery

South Carolina Lottery Winning numbers history

Here, you can find the Past Winning Numbers, statistics, and in-depth analysis of Pick 3 Midday,  Pick 3 Evening,  Pick 4 Midday,  Pick 4 Evening,  Palmetto Cash 5,  Cash Pop Midday,  Cash Pop Evening,  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 South Carolina 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 South Carolina lottery on our website as of today

Game Dates available on this site Available Dates
From from-to To
Pick 3 Midday 07/01/2003 07/17/2024 07/01/2003 to 07/17/2024
Pick 3 Evening 03/07/2002 07/17/2024 03/07/2002 to 07/17/2024
Pick 4 Midday 07/01/2003 07/17/2024 07/01/2003 to 07/17/2024
Pick 4 Evening 01/27/2003 07/17/2024 01/27/2003 to 07/17/2024
Palmetto Cash 5 02/14/2005 06/18/2024 02/14/2005 to 06/18/2024
Cash Pop Midday 01/17/2022 07/17/2024 01/17/2022 to 07/17/2024
Cash Pop Evening 01/17/2022 07/17/2024 01/17/2022 to 07/17/2024
Mega Millions 06/24/2005 07/16/2024 06/24/2005 to 07/16/2024
Powerball 04/06/1994 07/17/2024 04/06/1994 to 07/17/2024

South Carolina Lottery Draw Games Schedule

Game Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Time
Pick 3 Midday 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM US/Eastern
Pick 3 Evening 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM US/Eastern
Pick 4 Midday 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM US/Eastern
Pick 4 Evening 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM US/Eastern
Palmetto Cash 5 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM 6:59 PM US/Eastern
Cash Pop Midday 12:59 PM 12:59 PM 12:59 PM 12:59 PM 12:59 PM 12:59 PM US/Eastern
Cash Pop Evening 06:59 PM 06:59 PM 06:59 PM 06:59 PM 06:59 PM 06:59 PM 06:59 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 South Carolina (SC) Lottery

When compared to lotteries of other states in the United States of America, we can say that the South Carolina Education Lottery is relatively new. Since its fairly recent launch on January 7, 2002, the SC Lottery has not been slow in catching up to the lotteries of the other states.

Even though the South Carolina lottery has not been accessible for a large amount of time, about half of inhabitants of this state have partaken in lottery games of the state. All of the players of SC Lottery are very involved in frequently checking and keeping an eye on the most recent SC lottery results.

Just like every other state in the United States, the South Carolina Education lottery has its own peculiarities or interests as well, such as inhabitants of the state not being able to buy tickets whenever there are any elections – whether general or primary. 

South Carolina Lottery Results have changed the lives of many, despite being a fairly newer lottery organization in the scene.

GAMES OF SOUTH CAROLINA LOTTERY:

The South Carolina lottery is best known for its lotto games, because we can say that it is not only a strong competitor in the case, but is also consistently achieving more than the lotteries in its neighboring states such as Georgia and North Carolina.

Other games that guarantee SC Lottery winning numbers for most players include Pick 3 Midday, Pick 3 Evening, Pick 4 Midday, Pick 4 Evening, Palmetto Cash 5, Lucky for Life, Mega Millions and even the well-known Powerball.

Palmetto Cash 5 is one of the most famous lottery games played in America. This is because this game offers the biggest jackpots (up to $100,000) to players who are winning. In this game, you have to choose any five numbers ranging from 1-38, and then pick whether you want to use the Power-Up feature or not, as it lets you multiply your prize if you are winning.

Pick 3 Evening is a well-known game played in most states, which lets players choose their own three numbers daily and even pick how to play them. It was launched in July 1998 and has two versions, the other one being Pick 3 Midday, which was launched September 2003.

Pick 4 Midday and Pick 4 Evening were also launched in September 2003, and are also provide players with various choices throughout.

Lucky for Life is one of the most popular and exciting lottery games to be played ever, since its launch in 2002. It costs $2 to play and players can win the top prize of $1,000 daily, for the rest of their lives. If they get lucky, they also get a second prize of $25,000 every year, forever.

Mega Millions (since 1996) and Powerball (since 1992) are two very similar games which are extremely famous for their big jackpots. The biggest prize of both the games so far has been more than $1.5 billion. These two games can literally change winning players’ lives.

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South Carolina Lottery Corner Address

South Carolina State Lottery , South Carolina Education Lottery , P.O.Box 11949, Columbia , SC - 29211-1949 , USA .
Phone : (803) 737-2002

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How do you collect lottery winnings in South Carolina ?

The table below highlights the different ways of claiming your lottery prizes in South Carolina.

Before proceeding, remember that after a scratch-off game has officially ended, players have 90 days to redeem a ticket. Tickets for draw games typically expire 180 days after the date of the draw that is printed on the ticket. Tickets for the Mega Millions®, Powerball®, Pick 3 Plus FIREBALL, Pick 4 Plus FIREBALL, CASH POP, and Palmetto Cash 5 can be claimed up to 180 days following the draw date indicated on the ticket.

We suggest you to sign back of your winning ticket and keep a copy of your winning ticket for your records.

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

In-Person Claim
  • You can go to any authorized South Carolina Lottery agent to redeem prizes of up to $500 in person. It is important that you sign the back of your ticket before going to the retailer for prize claim.

  • Lottery winnings exceeding $500 and up to $100,000 can be redeemed in person at any of the South Carolina Education Lottery validation centers.

  • Prizes more than $100,000 can only be claimed in person at the Columbia Claim Center. You must sign your winning ticket and submit it yourself along with a filled winner claim form and valid ID.

Mail-in Claim
  • You can mail your claim for lottery winnings exceeding $500 and up to $100,000. You are to include a completed winner claim form as well as a government-issued ID proof.

  • Remember to make photocopies of your winning ticket (both sides) and your claim form before sending it by mail.

  • Mailing Address:SC Education Lottery, P.O. Box 11039, Columbia, SC 29211-1039.

Note :
Prize claims for winnings more than $500 must include a claim form which is available at any local lottery retailer or on the official lottery website.
For more information on the claiming methods and prizes, kindly visit the official website of the South Carolina Lottery.

South Carolina Lottery Claim centers

Cut Off Time

Game
Pick 3 Midday
Cut Off Times
Before 14 minutes of time of draw .
Game
Pick 3 Evening
Cut Off Times
Before 14 minutes of time of draw .
Game
Pick 4 Midday
Cut Off Times
Before 14 minutes of time of draw .
Game
Pick 4 Evening
Cut Off Times
Before 14 minutes of time of draw .
Game
Palmetto Cash 5
Cut Off Times
Before 14 minutes of time of draw on draw day .
Game
Cash Pop Midday
Cut Off Times
Before 14 minutes of time of draw .
Game
Cash Pop Evening
Cut Off Times
Before 14 minutes of time of draw .
Game
Mega Millions
Cut Off Times
Before 10 p.m. on draw day .
Game
Powerball
Cut Off Times
Mon, Wed and Sat, 59 minutes before time of drawing .
Game Cut Off Times Advance Plays
Pick 3 Midday Before 14 minutes of time of draw. Up to 28 consecutive drawings(both day and eve).
Pick 3 Evening Before 14 minutes of time of draw. Up to 28 consecutive drawings(both day and eve).
Pick 4 Midday Before 14 minutes of time of draw. Up to 28 consecutive drawings(both day and eve).
Pick 4 Evening Before 14 minutes of time of draw. Up to 28 consecutive drawings(both day and eve).
Palmetto Cash 5 Before 14 minutes of time of draw on draw day. Up to 40 consecutive drawings.
Cash Pop Midday Before 14 minutes of time of draw. Up to 6 consecutive drawings(both day and eve).
Cash Pop Evening Before 14 minutes of time of draw. Up to 6 consecutive drawings(both day and eve).
Mega Millions Before 10 p.m. on draw day. Up to 30 consecutive draws.
Powerball Mon, Wed and Sat, 59 minutes before time of drawing . Upto 26 consecutive draws.

How to Play

Game
Pick 3 Midday
Play Type
3-Digits + 1 (Fire Ball)
Top Prize
$500
Ticket
$1
Game
Pick 3 Evening
Play Type
3-Digits + 1 (Fire Ball)
Top Prize
$500
Ticket
$1
Game
Pick 4 Midday
Play Type
4-Digits + 1 (Fire Ball)
Top Prize
$5,000
Ticket
$1
Game
Pick 4 Evening
Play Type
4-Digits + 1 (Fire Ball)
Top Prize
$5,000
Ticket
$1
Game
Palmetto Cash 5
Play Type
5/38 + 1 (Power-up)
Top Prize
Ticket
$1
Game
Cash Pop Midday
Play Type
1/15
Top Prize
$250
Ticket
$1
Game
Cash Pop Evening
Play Type
1/15
Top Prize
$250
Ticket
$1
Game
Mega Millions
Play Type
5/70 + 1/25 (Mega Ball)
Jackpot
$226 Million (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1
Game
Powerball
Play Type
5/69 + 1/26 (Power Ball)
Jackpot
$75 Million (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1

Facts of South Carolina Lottery

☆ Do you know that the largest jackpot ever won in South Carolina was a $1.537 billion Mega Millions prize, won by a single ticket holder in October 2018. The ticket was sold in Simpsonville, South Carolina.

☆ Do you know that in 2013, a South Carolina resident won a $399.4 million Powerball jackpot.

☆ Do you know that in 2009, Solomon Jackson Jr., a resident of Columbia, South Carolina, won a $260 million Powerball jackpot. Jackson chose to take the lump sum of $129.4 million after taxes.

☆ Do you know that in 2017, a group of 20 coworkers from an electrical plant in Tennessee won a $421 million Powerball jackpot. One of the members of the group, a resident of South Carolina, claimed the prize on behalf of the group.

☆ Do you know that in 2019, a resident of Lexington, South Carolina, won a $1 million prize playing the instant scratch-off game $100 Million Cash Bonanza.

lottery facts
☆ Do you know that the South Carolina Education Lottery was established in 2001 by the state's General Assembly.

☆ Do you know that the South Carolina Lottery has a unique game called "Palmetto Cash 5" where players can win a progressive jackpot that starts at $100,000 and continues to grow until someone wins it.

☆ Do you know that the South Carolina Lottery has paid out more than $6 billion in prizes since its inception.

☆ Do you know that the proceeds from the South Carolina Education Lottery have funded a variety of education programs, including college scholarships, community colleges, and pre-kindergarten programs.

☆ Do you know that the South Carolina Education Lottery has also launched a mobile app, allowing players to purchase and play lottery games from their smartphones.

☆ Do you know that the South Carolina Education Lottery has a partnership with other state lotteries to offer multi-state games like Powerball and Mega Millions, which offer some of the largest jackpots in the world.

☆ Do you know that in the2020 fiscal year, the South Carolina Education Lottery generated $1.2 billion in revenue, with a significant portion of the funds raised going towards education.

☆ Do you know that the South Carolina Education Lottery has a player loyalty program called the "Players' Club," which allows members to earn points for playing lottery games and redeem them for prizes and rewards.

☆ Do you know that the South Carolina Education Lottery has funded a variety of educational programs in the state, including college scholarships, K-12 education initiatives, and vocational training programs.

☆ Do you know that South Carolina is one of the few states that allows winners to remain anonymous.

☆ Do you know that in 2015, an anonymous winner from South Carolina won a $188 million Powerball jackpot. The winner chose to remain anonymous.

☆ Do you know about $100,000 Extreme Cash winner: In September 2018, a Clover resident won $100,000 on an Extreme Cash ticket.

South Carolina Lottery Tax Rates

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

State Income Tax Percentage

7%

7%

Federal Income Tax Percentage

24%

30%

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

State Income Tax Percentage

7%

7%

Federal Income Tax Percentage

24%

30%

FAQs.

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

At what age can I purchase lottery tickets in South Carolina?
On the day that you buy the ticket, you must be at least 18 years old.
Can South Carolina Lottery tickets be purchased online?
No. The phrase "online game" is unrelated to the Internet. In actuality, you may only purchase lottery tickets from authorized lottery retailers. Thus, The Pick 3, Pick 4, CASH POP, Palmetto Cash 5, Mega Millions, and Powerball games are all considered to be "online" games under this definition.
Can lottery winners in South Carolina maintain their anonymity?
As mentioned on the South Carolina lottery commission website, there is an option for lottery winners to remain anonymous. Lottery winners can decide to come forward or stay anonymous in South Carolina, one of just a few states that allow this. Winners are not compelled to make their names known to the public. The general public is not given any location data. The public is not given any prize details. Winners' photos are not made available to the general public. However, freedom of Information Act requests are permitted for all lottery winner data. As a result, while some information might not always be publicly disclosed, requests for details might still be fulfilled.
What happens if I misplace my ticket for the South Carolina Lottery?
Lost or stolen tickets are not the responsibility of SCEL. A lost ticket is equivalent to losing money because it cannot be replaced.
How much time do I have to redeem a winning South Carolina Lottery ticket?
After a scratch-off game has officially ended, players have 90 days to redeem a ticket. Tickets for draw games typically expire 180 days after the date of the draw that is printed on the ticket. Tickets for the Mega Millions, Powerball, Pick 3 Plus FIREBALL, Pick 4 Plus FIREBALL, CASH POP, and Palmetto Cash 5 can be claimed up to 180 days following the draw date indicated on the ticket.
How do I claim my winning ticket from the South Carolina Lottery?
You can go to any licensed lottery shop in South Carolina to redeem your lottery winnings of up to and including $500. Before submitting a ticket for validation, players are advised to sign it. Retailers have a range of three payment methods: cash, store checks, money orders, or any combination of those three. However, keep in mind that you can only collect lottery prizes worth more than $500 up to $100,000 by going to one of the South Carolina Education Lottery validation offices.
Can my winning ticket be redeemed by mail in South Carolina?
Yes, you can mail in your claim for lottery winnings together with a completed claim form and identification proof from the government. However, this is only true for lottery winners of $500 to $100,000. Before mailing the claim form and winning ticket, don't forget to make a copy of both. A Winner Claim Form, which is downloadable on the official website or at any nearby lottery store, must be submitted with prize claims that exceed $500.The mailing address for the South Carolina Lottery is as follows: SC Education Lottery, P.O. Box 11039, Columbia, SC 29211-1039.

Prizes above $100,000, however, must be redeemed in person at the Columbia Claim Center.

You must sign your winning ticket and submit it together with a fully filled out claim form and a form of government-issued identification.

Can non-residents participate in the South Carolina lottery?
You don't have to be a South Carolina resident to participate, but you must buy your lottery tickets and collect your prizes there.
Will South Carolina income taxes apply to my lottery winnings?
Yes. Lottery winnings exceeding $500 will have taxes withheld by SCEL. If a lottery prize exceeds $500, state income tax must be withheld automatically as required by law from both residents and nonresidents of South Carolina. Federal taxes will be incurred by winners at a rate of 24 percent, which rises for foreigners and those who do not submit a social security number. An additional 7% will be charged for South Carolina state taxes. You can visit the South Carolina Lottery Tax page for more detailed information. You also cannot buy Pennsylvania Lottery games over the phone.
If a South Carolina lottery winner passes away, what happens to the unclaimed prize money?
If a duplicate of the trust document or instrument has been submitted to the commission with a written consent letter of notice from the settlor and no formal notice of revocation has been submitted to the commission prior to the settlor's death, any prize or part of a prize that is still unpaid at the time of the settlor's death shall be paid to the estate of the settlor or to the trustee of the trust created by the departed prize winner.

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