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Washington (WA) Lottery Results - Latest Winning Numbers

Game Result Jackpot Next Jackpot Action
Fri, Jul 19, 2024
9
6
3
JackPot:
$500
Next Draw:
Sat, Jul-20-2024, 08:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$500
Fri, Jul 19, 2024
1
2
14
24
JackPot:
$10,000
Next Draw:
Sat, Jul-20-2024, 08:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$10,000
Fri, Jul 19, 2024
4
5
10
31
34
JackPot:
$165,000
Next Draw:
Sat, Jul-20-2024, 08:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$195,000
Fri, Jul 19, 2024
4
8
10
14
18
20
23
29
34
43
45
50
59
61
65
68
69
73
77
78
JackPot:
$500,000
Next Draw:
Sat, Jul-20-2024, 08:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$500,000
Wed, Jul 17, 2024
15
27
30
37
38
42
JackPot:
$1.70 Million
Next Draw:
Sat, Jul-20-2024, 08:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$1.80 Million
Fri, Jul 19, 2024
8
JackPot:
$500
Next Draw:
Sat, Jul-20-2024, 08:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$500
Fri, Jul 19, 2024
10
17
23
50
67
3
Multiplier 3 X
Mega Ball
JackPot:
$251 Million
Next Draw:
Tue, Jul-23-2024, 11:00 PM

Next Jackpot:
$279 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

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Washington Lottery Winning numbers history

Here, you can find the Past Winning Numbers, statistics, and in-depth analysis of Daily Game,  Match 4,  Hit 5,  Daily Keno,  Lotto,  Cash Pop,  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 Washington 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 Washington lottery on our website as of today

Game Dates available on this site Available Dates
From from-to To
Daily Game 01/18/1984 07/19/2024 01/18/1984 to 07/19/2024
Match 4 08/03/2008 07/19/2024 08/03/2008 to 07/19/2024
Hit 5 03/19/2007 07/19/2024 03/19/2007 to 07/19/2024
Daily Keno 01/01/2007 07/19/2024 01/01/2007 to 07/19/2024
Lotto 07/21/1984 07/17/2024 07/21/1984 to 07/17/2024
Cash Pop 03/06/2024 07/19/2024 03/06/2024 to 07/19/2024
Mega Millions 06/24/2005 07/19/2024 06/24/2005 to 07/19/2024
Powerball 04/06/1994 07/17/2024 04/06/1994 to 07/17/2024

Washington Lottery Draw Games Schedule

Game Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Time
Daily Game 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM US/Pacific
Match 4 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM US/Pacific
Hit 5 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM US/Pacific
Daily Keno 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM US/Pacific
Lotto 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM US/Pacific
Cash Pop 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM US/Pacific
Mega Millions 11:00 PM 11:00 PM US/Eastern
Powerball 10:59 PM 10:59 PM 10:59 PM US/Eastern

About Washington (WA) Lottery

The Washington State Lottery came into being on July 16, 1982. Legislation for the WA state lottery was signed on this date and the struggle had gone on for more than nine years.

The reason behind the registration and launch of this lottery was that a setback had resulted in the entire state being very poor from that point onwards and the legislation was finding it difficult to come to a fixed decision about where the benefits and profits of the lottery should go – the educational funds or all the other sections of the state, as well. In the end, it was decided that all the areas would receive money that the lottery generates.

SO, WHO BENEFITS FROM THE MONEY?

Washington state lottery results have changed so many lives. When the lottery makes any benefits profits, the money is divided between a lot of sectors. 62.3% of it goes to the prize winners and that equals to about $457.9 million. Then, 18.3% of the money goes to WOPA Education, and this equals to about $134.2 million. 5.0%, which is about $36.9 million, goes to the people, or retailers as we commonly know them, which are selling tickets of the WA state lottery. The cost of sales is about $43.3 million, which equals to 5.9%. The General Fund of the state lottery gets about 4.2% of the benefits, and this equates to $31.2 million. The Stadium & Exhibition Center gets $12.6 million, which is 1.7% of the money. The administration which is running the entire state lottery get about $14.0 million, which makes up 1.9% of the money. Then, we have Economic Development of the state which gets 0.6%, which equals to $4.6 million. And the remaining 0.1%, that is $0.4 million goes into taking care of problem gambling.

GAMES PLAYED:

The main kinds of games offered at Washington state lottery are of a very large range and variety. You can play Scratch games, in which tickets are bought so that the people can find out if they won or not instantly. No waiting is required. Then, we have the Draw games. These are WA state lotto games, which make the players observe the random drawing of digits. This determines whether they have lost or won.

The major game which is offered and lets people of the state benefit from Washington lottery winning numbers is Powerball, whose ticket costs $2 per game. It is a very powerful game which can help you win up to millions.

Then, we have Mega Millions which is actually quite similar to Powerball. It was previously known as “The Big Game.” Each ticket costs $2. The basic thing to know is that the more numbers you have which match the drawn numbers, the more you get to win.

Washington lottery numbers have changed many lives with lotto games, where each ticket costs $1. Each Lotto jackpots start from $1,000,000.

In Hit 5, you select 5 numbers and your Cashpot begins at $100,000.

Other games include Match 4, The Daily Game and Daily Keno.

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

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Washington Lottery Corner Address

Washington State Lottery , Washington's Lottery , PO Box 43000, Olympia , WA - 98504-3000 , USA . .

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How do you collect lottery winnings in Washington ?

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

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

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

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

In-Person Claim
  • Winners of $600 or less may claim their winnings at any Washington Lottery retailer by submitting their signed winning ticket after due validation.

  • For $601 or more, this can be claimed at any lottery office.

  • For prizes of $100,000 or more, you are advised to call the lottery office in advance to book an appointment as well as get adequate information on their claim.

  • Winnings of over $100 million must be claimed at Washington Lottery Headquarters 814 E 4th Avenue, Olympia WA.

  • Winners are required to bring The winning ticket, Picture identification and Social Security card

Mail-in Claim
  • For mail-in claim, winners are advised to complete the information at the back of their winning ticket as well as have it signed before mailing it to the address below.

  • For mailed claims of $600 or more, winners are expected to include Winner Claim Form/Substitute W-9.

  • Tickets claimed via the US Mail are expected to be received at Washington's Lottery Headquarters within 180 days of the announcement of the winning numbers.

  • Mail-in address: Washington Lottery Headquarters, PO Box 43050, Olympia, WA 98504-3050

Washington Lottery Claim centers

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Cut Off Time

Game
Daily Game
Cut Off Times
Before 7:45 p.m. on everyday .
Game
Match 4
Cut Off Times
Before 7:45 p.m. on everday .
Game
Hit 5
Cut Off Times
Before 7:45 p.m. on everday .
Game
Daily Keno
Cut Off Times
Before 7:45 p.m. on everday .
Game
Lotto
Cut Off Times
Before 7:45 p.m. on monday,wednesday,saturday .
Game
Cash Pop
Cut Off Times
up to 15 minutes before the draw time .
Game
Mega Millions
Cut Off Times
Before 6:45 p.m. PT on every Tuesday and Friday .
Game
Powerball
Cut Off Times
Before 6:45 p.m. PT on the day of the drawing .
Game Cut Off Times Advance Plays
Daily Game Before 7:45 p.m. on everyday. Up to 25 consecutive draws.
Match 4 Before 7:45 p.m. on everday. Up to 25 consecutive draws.
Hit 5 Before 7:45 p.m. on everday. Up to 25 consecutive draws.
Daily Keno Before 7:45 p.m. on everday. Up to 25 consecutive draws.
Lotto Before 7:45 p.m. on monday,wednesday,saturday. Up to 25 consecutive draws.
Cash Pop up to 15 minutes before the draw time. up to 5 consecutive draws.
Mega Millions Before 6:45 p.m. PT on every Tuesday and Friday. Up to 24 consecutive draws .
Powerball Before 6:45 p.m. PT on the day of the drawing. Up to 24 consecutive draws.

How to Play

Game
Daily Game
Play Type
3-Digits
Top Prize
$500
Ticket
$1
Game
Match 4
Play Type
4/24
Top Prize
$10,000
Ticket
$1
Game
Hit 5
Play Type
5/42
Jackpot
$165,000 (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1
Game
Daily Keno
Play Type
10/80
Top Prize
$500,000
Ticket
$1
Game
Lotto
Play Type
6/49
Jackpot
$1.70 Million (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1
Game
Cash Pop
Play Type
1/15
Top Prize
$500
Ticket
$1
Game
Mega Millions
Play Type
5/70 + 1/25 (Mega Ball)
Jackpot
$251 Million (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1
Game
Powerball
Play Type
5/69 + 1/26 (Power Ball)
Jackpot
$75 Million (Jackpot)
Ticket
$1

Facts of Washington Lottery

☆ Do you know that the largest jackpot ever won in the Washington Lottery was $190 million in the Mega Millions drawing on January 4, 2011.

☆ Do you know that $157 million, won in 2002 by a group of Boeing machinists.

☆ Do you know that Eric Lee, a man from Auburn won $10 million in the Washington Lottery's Ultimate Millions scratch-off game in 2019.

☆ Do you know that Emerald City 8 LLC a group of eight co-workers from Seattle won a $4 million prize in the Washington Lottery's Hit 5 game in 2021.
lottery facts
☆ Do you know that the Washington Lottery was created in 1982 by an initiative passed by Washington voters.

☆ Do you know that the Washington Lottery has contributed over $4 billion to state programs, including the Common School Fund and the Economic Development Fund.

☆ Do you know that the Washington Lottery also offers a subscription service, which allows players to automatically purchase tickets for their favorite games.

☆ Do you know that the Washington Lottery has a number of programs to promote responsible gaming, including a voluntary self-exclusion program and a helpline for problem gambling.

☆ Do you know that the Washington Lottery is required by law to withhold 24% of winnings over $5,000 for federal taxes and 0% to 8.7% for state taxes, depending on the size of the prize and the winner's residency status.

☆ Do you know that in 2020, the Washington Lottery generated $907.9 million in revenue and paid out $547.7 million in prizes.

☆ Do you know that the Washington Lottery has a number of programs to promote responsible gaming, including a self-exclusion program and a helpline for problem gambling.

☆ Do you know that the Washington Lottery offers a variety of games including scratch-offs, draw games like Powerball and Mega Millions, and daily games like Hit 5 and Match 4.

Washington Lottery Tax Rates

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

State Income Tax Percentage

0%

0%

Federal Income Tax Percentage

24%

30%

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

State Income Tax Percentage

0%

0%

Federal Income Tax Percentage

24%

30%

FAQs.

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

Can lottery tickets be bought online?
In Washington State and throughout the United States, internet gambling has never been permitted. Only tickets bought at authorized Lottery retail locations in Washington State are considered to be legitimate Washington Lottery tickets.
How and where can I buy a lottery ticket?
In Washington State, there are lots of convenient locations where you may buy lottery tickets, including grocery stores, petrol stations, convenience stores, restaurants, pubs, and even some coffee shops.
Isn't the lottery supposed to pay for schools?
Many residents of Washington State think that the Legislature adopted the lottery with the idea that all proceeds would go to educational institutions or projects. The history of lottery legislation passed in the 1970s and the early 1980s makes this idea reasonable, but the truth is far different.
How long does it take in Washington State to get lottery winnings?
When you win a Powerball or Mega Millions jackpot, there is a 15-day waiting period before the prize is paid out because money from ticket sales must be gathered before the jackpot can be paid out.
What do you do if you win the lottery in Washington State?
Firstly, sign the back of your ticket. Secondly, keep it in cool and secure location. If your winning is $600 or less, you may claim your prize at any Washington lottery retailer after necessary validation. For winnings of above $600, you would need to visit any lottery office in the state.
How Much Does Washington State tax lottery winnings?
There is some good news for residents of California, Delaware, Florida, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington, or Wyoming: those states do not tax lottery winnings.
Can you remain anonymous if you win the lottery in Washington State?
The following states: Arizona, Delaware, Georgia, Kansas, Maryland, Michigan, Texas, North Dakota, and Ohio let lottery winners to remain entirely anonymous.
Do lottery tickets expire in Washington State?
After the drawing, winners have 180 days to claim their prize.
Has Washington State had any lottery winners?
On Monday evening, February 6, 2023, a resident of Washington State beat the odds to win the estimated $747 million Powerball jackpot.
In Washington State, are credit cards accepted when purchasing lottery tickets?
No. The only form of cashless payment that is accepted for lottery products is debit.
Who coordinates the Washington Lottery?

The Washington Lottery is a state-run organization with around 144 workers who handle crucial daily tasks in the areas of finance, operations, sales and marketing, law, security, and other related areas. Director Marcus Glasper, who was chosen by Governor Jay Inslee in March 2018, is in charge of overseeing the lottery. The Lotto is governed by a five-person Lottery Commission, which has the authority to set up and adopt ethical working procedures.

The Commission members hold other full-time jobs in addition to their work at the Lottery. In order to actively participate in significant Lottery matters, each Commission member must attend significant Lottery Commission meetings every two months and maintain regular touch with the Lottery Director. The Governor appoints commission members, who are then confirmed by the state Senate for a six-year term.

Where do the proceeds from the lottery go?
The Washington Opportunity Paths Account (WOPA) receives lottery proceeds. The Washington College Grant (formerly known as the State Need Grant), the College Bound Scholarship Program, the State Work Study Program, and the Early Childhood Education and Support Program receive the majority of lottery funds that are given to WOPA. The remaining Lottery funds are distributed to the Stadium and Exhibition Center, the Economic Development Reserve Account, the Problem Gambling Account, and WOPA when the mandatory contribution to WOPA has been made.

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