Lotto is an in-state game that costs $1 for two plays. The starting jackpot is $1 million and rolls until someone wins! EZ Match is available as an add-on and costs an additional $1 per two Lotto plays. 

Lotto is a jackpot game that grows until someone wins!

Drawings are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays at approximately 8:59 p.m.

Saturday, Jul 13
Next Estimated Jackpot: $1.8 Million
Next Drawing: Wednesday, Jul 17
Past Winning Numbers

General Rules That Apply to All Draw Games

  1. It is the player's responsibility to check his or her ticket to make sure it represents the correct game, draw date, numbers requested and has a visible bar code or serial number.
  2. Winning tickets must be claimed within 180 days of the last winning draw date on the ticket.
  3. Purchased tickets are only valid for the dates shown on the ticket.
  4. The ticket, not the playslip, is the only valid proof of your number selection, and it is the only valid receipt to claim a prize.
  5. All tickets, transactions and winners are subject to the directives of the executive director of the Missouri Lottery, the rules and regulations of the Missouri Lottery and the Missouri Statutes, and tickets are only offered for sale in accordance with the same.
  6. Upon purchasing a ticket, the player agrees to abide by the Missouri Statutes and all rules and regulations of the Missouri Lottery.
  7. A ticket is a bearer instrument. It is recommended that the ticket be signed at the time of purchase.
  8. The Missouri Lottery is not responsible for lost or stolen tickets. Tickets are void and will not be paid if determined stolen, unissued, illegible, mutilated, altered in whole or part, misregistered, defective, incomplete, printed or produced in error, multiply-printed, or if the ticket fails any of the Missouri Lottery's confidential validation tests. Liability for void tickets is limited to replacement of the ticket or refund of sales price.
  9. Tickets may not be sold to or redeemed by minors under the age of 18.
  10. The holder of a winning ticket may win in only one prize category per play board and shall be paid the prize in the highest category won.


Lotto Game Rules

A player must select two or more plays (sets) of six different numbers between 1 and 44. Two plays cost $1. A player may select each set in one of four ways: by verbally communicating the numbers to the retailer, by completing a paper playslip, by completing a digital playslip or by requesting a "Quick Pick." A Quick Pick is a computerized randomly-selected set of numbers available through the Draw Games terminal. Lotto is drawn twice a week – Wednesday and Saturday – at approximately 8:59 p.m. The more numbers the player matches to those drawn, the more the player wins.

How to play Lotto using a paper playslip

  1. The playslip has ten play boards ("A" through "J") containing numbers 1 through 44. Two boards cost $1, and you must play at least two boards per Lotto play. Pairs of boards must be played together ("A" and "B," "C" and "D," etc.) so that plays are added in $1 intervals. EZ Match is available to select as an add-on for an additional $1 per EZ Match play. EZ Match can be applied to each separate pairing of boards, for a total of 5 potential EZ Match add-ons per "A" through "J" playslip.
  2. Select six numbers per board by placing a heavy mark in each box, beginning with boards "A" and "B". To have the terminal to randomly select numbers for you, mark the box beside "QP" for "Quick Pick." If you make a mistake, mark the "VOID" box on that board and select your numbers on the next two boards.
  3. To play your numbers for future drawings, mark the appropriate box on the left side of the playslip under "MULTI DRAW." This will play only your selections in boards "A" through "J" for that number of drawings. You can play Lotto for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 or 15 drawings.
  4. Use only a blue or black pen or use a pencil for marking selections; red ink will not be accepted by the terminal.

How to play Lotto using a digital playslip with the mobile app

  1. Select how many drawings you'd like to play. You can play Lotto for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 or 15 drawings.
  2. Choose whether to add EZ Match by selecting "Yes" or "No." EZ Match is an instant-win feature that costs an additional $1 per play. See EZ Match rules below.
  3. Select the numbers you want to play. Select two sets of six numbers from 1 to 44; shake your phone or tap the Quick Pick button to have the app select your numbers for you.
  4. Review your digital playslip, then tap "Save Digital Playslip." Present the QR code at retail to use your digital playslip.

How to play Lotto verbally

At the discretion of the retailer, Lotto may be played by making a verbal request for a ticket. The player must provide the clerk with all of the following information:

  1. The dollar amount to be played
  2. The numbers to be played - either player-selected or "Quick Pick"
  3. The number of draws to be played.
  4. The addition of EZ Match, if desired

Lotto Doubler

Winning game plays on a ticket designated as "THIS IS A DOUBLER TICKET!" will double all non-jackpot prizes. The Lotto Doubler is randomly-assigned and is a free bonus.

EZ Match

  1. EZ Match is an instant-win feature that is an add-on game for Cash4Life, Show Me Cash, Lotto, Pick 3 and Pick 4 that costs $1 per play, in addition to the cost of the Lotto ticket. A player selecting EZ Match for Lotto will receive six (6) EZ Match numbers printed below the Lotto numbers on the ticket.
  2. All EZ Match numbers are randomly generated. If any of the EZ Match numbers on the ticket matches any of the player's chosen Lotto numbers (regardless of order), the player instantly wins the prize amount printed next to the matched EZ Match Number(s).
  3. Players may play EZ Match by marking the applicable EZ Match box on the Lotto playslip or by requesting the add-on from the retailer. Marking the EZ Match box on the playslip will add EZ Match to only the board marked.
  4. Each board played with EZ Match will be printed on a separate ticket. Tickets with the added EZ Match option will print with the Lotto/EZ Match logo at the top of the ticket; the EZ Match logo will also be within the body of the ticket with the EZ Match numbers, and the amount of the prizes will be printed below the EZ Match logo. Draw games tickets printed without these elements are not EZ Match tickets and are not eligible to win EZ Match prizes.
  5. EZ Match cannot be played with Lotto if both Lotto plays have identical numbers.
  6. A winning Lotto – EZ Match play can be cashed at any Missouri Lottery retail location either before or after the Lotto drawing. If the EZ Match play is cashed prior to the Lotto drawing, an exchange ticket will print for the upcoming drawing, just like when a multi-draw winning ticket is cashed before all the drawings have occurred. If a winning EZ Match play is cashed after the Lotto drawing has occurred, and wins on both the EZ Match wager and the Lotto drawing, the prizes will be added together and paid in one lump sum.
  7. Tickets with EZ Match cannot be canceled.
  8. The EZ Match prize structure will be replenished automatically when all top-tier prizes have been won.
  9. EZ Match prizes can be claimed up to 180 days from the host game draw date on which the EZ Match wager was originally purchased.


EZ match
chances of winning and prize payouts
Prize Chances 1 in
$500 84,000
$250 84,000
$100 28,000
$50 8,400
$20 3,360
$15 2,100
$10 442.11
$5 420
$4 76.36
$3 14.48
$2 6.68
Overall Chances of Winning a Prize: 1 in 4.21

Prizes for Lotto are approximately 50 percent of sales. Overall chances of winning a Lotto prize are 1 in 20. All Lotto prizes, except for free Lotto tickets, are pari-mutuel.

Jackpot winners have 60 days from the claiming date to declare whether they would like their payments in CASH (equal to approximately 50 percent of the estimated, advertised jackpot) or ANNUITY (the advertised jackpot amount paid in 25 annual payments).


Selling Hours

All Draw Games are available for purchase from 5 a.m. to 2 a.m. (Club Keno until 1:52 a.m.) seven days a week at any Draw Games retailer, except during Draw Breaks.


Draw Breaks

The process of selecting winning numbers for each game is referred to as a "Drawing" or "Draw." A "Draw Break" is when sales are suspended for a particular game so that the wagers for that "Drawing" may be balanced and the winning numbers drawn. The draw breaks for each game are listed below:

Game Draw BREAK
Pick 3, Pick 4 12:45 p.m. – 12:59 p.m. & 8:59 p.m. – 9:15 p.m. daily
Cash4Life 7:45 p.m. – 8 p.m. daily
Show Me Cash 8:59 p.m. – 9:15 p.m. daily
Lotto 8:59 p.m. – 9:15 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday
Powerball 8:59 p.m. – 10 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Saturday
Mega Millions 8:59 p.m. – 10 p.m. Tuesday and Friday

How to Check Your Numbers

  1. Watch the televised drawing, if available, on your local Lottery station or check local newspapers or radio stations.
  2. Check with your Lottery retailer for the winning numbers. Request a winning numbers report or check tickets at a Check-A-Ticket machine.
  3. Visiting the Winning Numbers page on this website.
  4. Scan your tickets on the official Missouri Lottery mobile app.
  5. Subscribe to the Lottery's FREE daily Winning Numbers email newsletter.
  6. Call the Lottery hotline nearest you to hear a recorded message of the current winning numbers:

            Jefferson City – (573) 751-1111
            Kansas City – (816) 795-0203
            Springfield – (417) 888-4271
            St. Louis – (314) 340-5805


How to Claim Your Prize

Claim winning tickets up to and including $600 at any Draw Games retail location.

Claim winning tickets of more than $600 at Missouri Lottery redemption centers by making an appointment or by mailing in your ticket with a completed claim form. A claim form must accompany winning tickets of more than $600. A claim form is available at any Lottery retailer or here on our website.

Mailing Instructions

  1. The claimant's name, address, telephone number and signature must be on the back of the ticket.
  2. The Lottery suggests that the claimant makes and retains a photocopy of both the front and back of the ticket for their personal records.
  3. If the prize is more than $600, a completed claim form, which is available from a Lottery retailer, at Lottery regional offices or through the Lottery's website, must accompany the ticket. A copy of the completed claim form should be made and retained by the claimant.
  4. The claim form and original ticket should be mailed to:

    Ticket Redemption
    Missouri Lottery
    P.O. Box 7777
    Jefferson City, MO 65102-7777