Hoosier Lottery
Current Jackpots and Winning Numbers
Jackpot alerts
  • Powerball®
  • Estimated Jackpot
  • $158,000,000
  • Next Drawing: Sat, August 8th
  • Mega Millions®
  • Estimated Jackpot
  • $22,000,000
  • Next Drawing: Fri, August 7th
  • Hoosier Lotto®
  • Estimated Jackpot
  • $2,000,000
  • Next Drawing: Sat, August 8th
  • CA$H 5
  • Estimated Jackpot
  • $110,000
  • Next Drawing: Thu, August 6th
Latest Winning Numbers
  • Powerball®
    • 7
    • 14
    • 17
    • 57
    • 65
    • 24
  • Powerplay: 5x
  • Next Drawing: Sat, August 8th
  • Mega Millions®
    • 2
    • 22
    • 30
    • 42
    • 62
    • 20
  • Megaplier: 3x
  • Next Drawing: Fri, August 7th
  • CA$H 5
    • 13
    • 22
    • 26
    • 28
    • 29
  • Next Drawing: Thu, August 6th

#INthistogether Player Resources

Things change quickly during these dynamic times. See below for the latest updates.

A Letter to Hoosier Lottery Players

As we continue to monitor and evaluate developments and guidance related to COVID-19, we’ve created this page for players to find the latest information on purchasing, playing, and redeeming winning tickets.

Rest assured our players, retailers, employees, and communities across the state remain our top priority, as they always have.  We continue to follow the guidelines and orders issued by the Governor, the Indiana Department of Health and the CDC.

During these challenging times, our message to “please play responsibly” takes on an additional meaning. We encourage all Hoosier Lottery players to consider the following ways to play responsibly:
  • Please practice social distancing and don’t stay in the store to scratch your ticket
  • Use the digital playslips feature on the Hoosier Lottery app
  • Use quick pick for selecting numbers rather than filling out a paper playslip
  • Use the Mobile App to scan and check tickets
  • To redeem winning tickets, consider claiming your prize via mail
We remain committed to our mission to return maximum net income to the state in a socially responsible manner.  Retired teachers, police, firefighters, and communities in all 92 counties across the state benefit from funds made available from Hoosier Lottery sales. That support is needed today as much as ever.

These are certainly unprecedented times, and we all look forward to being able to come together to play.  Until then, from all of us at the Hoosier Lottery, please stay safe…and stay healthy. After all, we are #INthistogether!

Sincerely,

PRIZE PAYMENT OPERATIONS

Our Prize Payment offices are open to the public BY APPOINTMENT ONLY for claims of $600 or more. The deadline for redeeming certain winning Hoosier Lottery tickets has been extended an additional 60 days. Prizes can still be claimed at retailers and via mail.

How To Claim Your Prize

Draw Game Updates

Powerball®

Following the Thursday, April 8, 2020 drawing, the game’s starting jackpots and jackpot increases will be determined on a drawing-by-drawing basis.

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Hoosier Lotto®

Following the Saturday, April 11, 2020 drawing, the roll increments between jackpots will be based on sales and set at a minimum amount of $100,000 per roll.

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Mega Millions®

Following the Friday, April 3, 2020 drawing, the game’s starting jackpots and jackpot increases will be determined on a drawing-by-drawing basis.

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Postponed Game On! 2nd Chance Drawings Have Been Completed

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I redeem winning tickets? What precautions are being taken to ensure the health of players and Hoosier Lottery employees? Get answers to the most common questions we've received.

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Giving Back

MARION COUNTY $175,451,649 has been given back last fiscal year!

in 2019 as of 5:21 PM on 04/16/2020

Learn more about how the Hoosier Lottery supports members of your county community and beyond.

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COVID-19 Resources

Visit coronavirus.in.gov for public resources regarding the pandemic in Indiana and across the globe. The Indiana State Department of Health is working with federal and local partners, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, to respond to this evolving public health situation.