Arizona (AZ) Lottery Results & Winning Numbers

Fantasy 5

Sunday, May 19, 2024

  • 7
  • 16
  • 29
  • 35
  • 36

Mon, May 20, 2024

USD 127,000
Pick 3 Midday

Sunday, May 19, 2024

  • 3
  • 5
  • 2

Mon, May 20, 2024

USD 500
The Pick

Saturday, May 18, 2024

  • 11
  • 14
  • 18
  • 22
  • 23
  • 42

Mon, May 20, 2024

USD 1.4 Million
Triple Twist

Sunday, May 19, 2024

  • 16
  • 24
  • 28
  • 33
  • 35
  • 38

Mon, May 20, 2024

USD 683,000

Saturday May 18, 2024

  • 19
  • 36
  • 37
  • 42
  • 59
  • 19
Power Play: 2X

Monday, May 20, 2024

USD 88 Million
Mega Millions

Friday May 17, 2024

  • 8
  • 17
  • 40
  • 60
  • 70
  • 3
Megaplier: 2X

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

USD 421 Million

The Arizona Lottery provides several draw games held generally in the evening. However, they occur rather early, so the players have enough time for their daily routine or to think over their playing strategies!

GameSunMonTueWedThuFriSatTime zone
Fantasy 507:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.Arizona time
Pick 307:00 p.m07:00 p.m07:00 p.m07:00 p.m07:00 p.m07:00 p.m07:00 p.mArizona time
The Pick 07:00 p.m. 07:00 p.m.  07:00 p.m.Arizona time
Triple Twist07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.07:00 p.m.Arizona time



 09:59 p.m. 09:59 p.m.  09:59 p.m.Central Time Zone
Mega Millions  10:00 p.m.  10:00 p.m. Central Time Zone

Arizona Games Details

There are six popular draw games in Arizona. Each of them has its own format, prize structure, and schedule. Let’s have a closer look at them for you to choose the most inspiring lottery. In any case, effective gaming strategies will come in handy for whatever lotto you decide to enter!

GamePrize typeGame FormatWhen You Can Buy Tickets
Fantasy 5Rolling-over Jackpot & Fixed Lower-Tier Prizes5 from 1-41Until 06:59 p.m. MDT prior to the draw
Pick 3Fixed PrizesOne or two sets of three-digit numbers (000 – 999)Until 06:59 p.m. MST prior to the draw
The PickRolling-over Jackpot & Fixed Lower-Tier Prizes6 from 1-44Until 06:59 p.m. MST prior to the draw
Triple TwistRolling-over Jackpot & Fixed Lower-Tier Prizes6 from 1-42Until 06:59 p.m. MST prior to the draw



Progressive Jackpot & Fixed Lower-Tier Prizes5 from 1-69 + 1 from 1-26 (Lucky Ball)Until 06:59 p.m. prior to the draw (from the 2nd Sunday in March to the 1st Saturday in November) and until 07:59 p.m. (from the 1st Sunday in November to the 2nd Saturday in March)
Mega MillionsProgressive Jackpot & Fixed Lower-Tier Prizes5 from 1-70 + 1 from 1-25 (Megaball)Until 06:59 p.m. prior to the draw (from the 2nd Sunday in March to the 1st Saturday in November) and until 07:59 p.m. (from the 1st Sunday in November to the 2nd Saturday in March)

Arizona Advanced Draws

There is an Advanced Play or a Multi-Draw option in each state where gambling is allowed, and Arizona is not an exception. You can opt for consecutive plays in any game you enter, but their maximum number may vary. So, learn more about how to pick the lottery numbers and rely on your luck!

GameMaximum advanced draws
Fantasy 512
Pick 312
The Pick10
Triple Twist12
Mega Millions10

How to Buy Lottery Tickets Online in Arizona?

The in-house draw games in Arizona are available only through physical tickets, which you can purchase at local retailers or authorized vending machines. However, Powerball and Mega Millions are played across the U.S. To buy tickets on the internet, visit top-recommended, safe, and reliable lottery sites that provide chances all over the world!

Check Arizona Lottery Tickets

Are you looking forward to checking your Arizona Lottery ticket right after the draw? So, these ways are for you:

  1. Follow the results on the Arizona Lottery’s official site.
  2. Scan your ticket at any AZ Lottery retailer nearby.
  3. Download the official mobile app, register, and log in to have all the information at hand. Also, you can look at the best lotto software and lottery apps for Android and iOS to find the most convenient tool for you.
  4. Call the Winning Numbers Hotline. The numbers are 480-829-7425 in Phoenix, 520-325-9141 in Tucson, and 800-499-3798 in all the other areas.
  5. Visit our site right after the draw and see the results.

Claim Lottery Winnings in Arizona

The claiming order is ordinary. If you win the lottery, remember that you have 180 days to get your money. If you don’t do this, it will go back to the Arizona Lottery prize fund. Still, there are convenient ways to claim the winning payout as soon as possible.

Claiming OptionHow to Collect a Prize
Claim in Person

The Arizona Lottery’s participating retailers do redeem prizes up to and including $100 and may redeem prizes up to and including $599 if they have enough funds. Ensure you keep your ticket safe, as you must provide it.

If your prize is under $49,999, you can claim it at a Lottery office, including the Kingman and Sky Harbor locations.

Bigger amounts can only be claimed at the Tucson and Phoenix lottery offices.

Claim by Mail

If mailing, you must sign your ticket on the back and complete the Winner Claim Form. After that, send it all to

Arizona Lottery

P.O. Box 2913, Phoenix,

AZ 85062-2913

Besides, you must attach a copy of your photo ID and call the lottery office at 480-921-4400 before mailing.

Claim by Drop OffNo
Claim Lottery Winnings OnlineNo

Arizona Lottery Claim Form

The winner claim form is completed in Arizona if your prize is $600 or exceeds this amount. Working with it is quite simple:

  1. Download the winner claim form from the AR State Lottery website. Print it. There is a Spanish version of it as well.
  2. Write your name, address, residence, phone, and social security number in the appropriate field.
  3. Mark your tax status.
  4. Read all the commitments carefully and sign the form.
  5. Provide it along with other documents when claiming in person or by mail.

You can find the winning claim form for Arizona lotteries on our website. 

Arizona Lottery Claim Office

LocationAddressPhoneOpening Time
Phoenix Office4740 E University Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85034480-921-4400Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. MDT (Closed on Holidays)
Tucson Office2955 E. Grant Rd. Tucson, AZ 85716520-628-5107

Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. MDT (Closed on Holidays)

Kingman Office3396 Stockton Hill Rd. Kingman, AZ 86409928-753-8808Monday – Saturday, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m./ Sunday, 12:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. MDT
Sky Harbor OfficeTerminal 4 Baggage Claim480-921-4424Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m./ Saturday & Sunday, 11:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. MDT (Closed on Holidays)

Arizona Lottery Rules and Laws

The history of the Arizona Lottery began in 1981. Year by year, it was joining the multi-jurisdictional lotteries and offering new statewide games. Today, the lottery pool in Arizona follows some common rules:

  • The players are allowed to enter if they are 21 years old. The same minimum legal gambling age is set in Iowa and Louisiana.
  • The in-state games are held in Phoenix, while Powerball and Mega Millions are drawn in Florida and Georgia.
  • Some add-on options for the in-house games include Extra! and Combined Line Play.
  • The tickets are sold only at the local participating retailers, though some games can be played online.
  • The AZ Lottery games are available to non-residents until they are within the state’s borders.
  • The local draw games are played through certified lottery machines by the Digital Drawing System.
  • If you want to keep in touch all the time, just download the official mobile app.

Arizona Tax on Lottery Winnings

Taxes are a big deal in Arizona, so lottery winners should be ready to give up some of their winnings. The tax law is rather strict in this area, so it would be better for you to know more about the tax rates when it comes to lotto prizes. Besides, our lottery payout calculator is always here to help you with this question.

Lottery Taxes on Arizona Winnings for U.S. Citizens and Residents

PrizeTax TypeTax Percentage
ALLState tax4.8%
Federal tax24%

All the lottery winnings must be reported to the Internal Revenue Service in Arizona. Besides, extra taxes may be withheld after the report, though it depends on your personal tax liability. To figure it out, consult a lottery lawyer.

Lottery Taxes on Arizona Winnings for Non-U.S. Citizens and Residents

PrizeTax TypeTax Percentage
ALLState tax6%
Federal tax30%

The tax rate may seem high to you if you don’t live in Arizona. However, it doesn’t matter much for the devoted players who try their luck wherever they are!

FAQs About Arizona Lotteries

Most of the in-house games cut off sales at 06:59 p.m. MST. See the Arizona Lottery’s official website or stay with us for more information. We share game schedules and lottery-winning tips, so you have all the chances to get a prize.

Luck often visits the central part of the state, where a lot of winning tickets are sold.

Yes, tickets can be purchased with a debit card at some retailers across the state. However, figure it out before purchasing because local sellers may have specific rules.

For bigger jackpots, try Powerball and Mega Millions, which are played in almost all areas of the country. If the local games attract you more, Pick 3, The Pick, Triple Twist, and Fantasy 5 are at your service.

All the lottery prizes in Arizona are liable for taxation. The deductions vary depending on your tax status, so consult a tax professional.

Tickets for the in-state games are available at the local official retailers and at the certified vending machines only. As for Powerball and Mega Millions, you can play them online at some reliable sites.

It depends on your prize. You will stay anonymous after a lottery win for 90 days if you get a small prize, but the jackpot winners’ names are never revealed.

You can purchase a lottery ticket if you are 21 or older. That may seem unfair to many, but don’t be upset: the Louisiana and Iowa players obey the same rule.

The lottery prizes must be collected within 180 days.

Nothing lasts forever, and your winning playslip is just the story. You have almost six months to claim your prize until your lotto ticket expires, so keep your eyes open.

You lose your winning ticket, and you lose your money. You can’t prove your win in this case. That is why we insist on signing the ticket and filling it out on the back. In this case, it may be returned to you somehow.

The majority of the AR Lottery’s income from ticket sales goes to support the state’s programs for the public’s benefit. 

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