All or Nothing (Wisconsin) Lottery Results & Winning Numbers

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Latest All or Nothing Winning Numbers & Jackpots

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All or Nothing Prizes and Odds

All or Nothing is a lottery that gives both new and experienced gamblers great opportunities to win. This game has an unusual structure and a lot of money as prizes. The odds of winning are about 1 in 12. We believe these odds are favorable, so inspire yourself and give it a shot!

MatchWinning AmountOdds %
11$100,000 (fixed, non-progressive)1 in 705,432 or 0.00014%
10$5001 in 5,831 or 0.017%
9$401 in 234 or 0.43%
8$41 in 26
3$41 in 26
2$401 in 234 or 0.43%
1$5001 in 5,831 or 0.017%
0$100,000 (fixed, non-progressive)1 in 705,432 or 0.00014%

Just imagine how awesome it is to win the jackpot of $100,000! According to lottery statistics, many winners move into new homes, go on vacations, and generally become happier. What will you do if you win a grand prize? While you think, we’ll help you figure out lotto odds and the most common ways to pick lottery digits!

The lion’s share of the WI Lottery games doesn’t have multipliers. This time, the WI Lottery authorities are true to themselves and don’t offer any add-on options to increase the winning amounts. However, there are two ways for you to become richer:

  1. The first one is to win those considerable prizes at 11, 10, 1, and 0 matches.
  2. The second is to combine playing this lotto with other US games! The list of the best online lottery sites we collected for you will give you enormous opportunities and chances to win big prizes without lottery rigging.

All or Nothing Drawing Schedule

All or Nothing in Wisconsin is played together with the local number games, Pick 3 and Pick 4. The same schedule allows you to enter their draw at once and raise your winning chances. However, before playing, we recommend reading our gambling addiction guide!

 Every MiddayEvery Evening
Draw Time01:30 p.m. (Central Time)09:00 p.m. (Central Time)
Sales Stop01:30 p.m. (Central Time)09:00 p.m. (Central Time)

The Biggest All or Nothing Winners and Jackpots

The prize distribution for All or Nothing is very interesting in Wisconsin, as the jackpot of $100,000 is won at the maximum (11) and minimum (0) matches! We can’t say there are a lot of winners, as the average number of players who hit the top amount is 1-2. However, having these winnings is a joy, so we think it would be interesting for you to learn more about the lucky people.

NameLocationPrize AmountDate
Josta R.Menomonee Falls$100,000February 17, 2023
Robert C.Hayward$100,000January 18, 2023
Gerald I.West Allis$100,000December 19, 2022
Michael D.Trevor$100,000November 2, 2022
James R.Milwaukee$100,000September 14, 2022

Other inspiring stories are waiting for you! Read about famous lottery winners and learn their playing methods.

All or Nothing Rules in Wisconsin

All or Nothing is a relatively new game in Wisconsin. The date of its start is April 7, 2019, and there have been no changes since then. We are sure the features and principles of the Wisconsin All or Nothing are worth your attention:

  • Again, you can play it if you are 18 or older.
  • An unusual 11/22 matrix is introduced in this game. Create your own lottery prediction algorithm in Excel or turn to our lottery number predictor to win the jackpot!
  • The prize depends on the matching numbers. To get a large amount, you must match the maximum or the minimum of numbers. The average match brings you small winnings.
  • The jackpot is fixed at $100,000. You can win it if you match 11 or 0 numbers, and that is why it is called All or Nothing.
  • This is an everyday game that offers 14 plays per week.
  • Just like any in-house game, it is played within the state’s borders only. If you want to play as a non-resident, just visit Wisconsin and buy a ticket.
  • There are states that allow buying lottery tickets online, but that is not the case in Wisconsin. That is why you must search for an official Wisconsin Lottery retailer to buy tickets.

You can enter the draw with a few simple steps:

  1. Stop by any WI Lottery local retailer to get a playslip.
  2. Select 11 numbers between 1 and 22. Be sure, Quick Pick may become a good strategy here as well!
  3. Set a time for entering the game (MIDDAY, EVENING, or BOTH).
  4. Choose the number of consecutive plays.
  5. Check your game slip carefully and hand it back to the lottery clerk.
  6. Pay for your ticket, have it printed, and wait for the results—and maybe pray to win!

If you have the WI Lottery mobile app downloaded, you can pick a set of numbers there and build an e-playslip. Then, visit a retailer who will scan it and print a ticket for you immediately.

There are several reliable sources for you to see the results of the past draws:

  • the Wisconsin Lottery website;
  • the Lottery Player Hotline (608) 266-7777;
  • the Winning Numbers notifications;
  • the Lottery Players Club mailing;
  • the local newspapers.

Besides, you can bookmark our All or Nothing page and stay in touch all the time.

Wisconsin All or Nothing Payout and Taxes

As usual, there are 180 days for you to claim any All or Nothing prize, as the lottery tickets expire in Wisconsin. We are sure you won’t be late for that, as the claiming order is a piece of cake here.

Please note that you need to do some paperwork to claim your prize. Sign your ticket on the back and fill out the Winner Claim Form.

AmountHow to Claim my All or Nothing Prize in Wisconsin
$1 – $599You can visit any authorized Wisconsin Lottery retailer to have your prize redeemed.

The big amounts can be claimed in person at:

  1.   Department of Revenue – 2135 Rimrock Road, Madison, WI 53713.
  2. Milwaukee State Office Building – 819 North 6th Street, 4th Floor, Milwaukee, WI 53203.

Mailing is also allowed in Wisconsin. Just attach your photo ID and your Social Security number to the ticket and the claim form, and send it all to


PO Box 777

Madison, WI 53774

If you hit the All or Nothing jackpot, please arrive at the office earlier. The WI Lottery managers need more time to process your claim.

The All or Nothing top prize is taxed in Wisconsin! You don’t need to pay taxes if you win $500, $40, or just $4. However, your $100,000 will be paid out after 24% federal tax and 7.65% state tax withholding. You can estimate the sum using our lump sum lottery payout calculator.

Things to Know About All or Nothing in Wisconsin

  • All or Nothing will cost you $2. There are no add-on options, so you don’t need to pay anything extra.
  • All or Nothing is the newest WI Lottery game introduced in 2019.
  • There are no prizes for 5, 6, or 7 matching numbers.
  • All or Nothing is also on the list of in-house games in Texas. However, the prizes and odds are a bit different there.
  • If you want to explore the lottery statistics in the most convenient way, just download the mobile app.
  • The most popular All or Nothing prize is $4, hit at 8 or 3 matching numbers. We think it is quite predictable.
  • You can pay for your tickets in cash only. By law, buying lottery products with a debit or credit card is prohibited.
  • There are up to seven consecutive plays available to those who choose the midday or evening time of drawing, or up to 14 draws for those who prefer playing twice a day.

FAQs All or Nothing

The winning combinations appear on the All or Nothing (Wisconsin) official site and this results page a couple of minutes after the numbers are drawn.

You can play All or Nothing the entire week through. Whenever it is convenient, you may choose a midday draw, an evening draw, or both of them.

The All or Nothing draws start at 01:30 p.m. (CDT) and at 09:00 p.m. (CDT).

The last player who took home the fixed jackpot of $100,000 is Josta R. It happened in February 2023.

This time, the money goes to the south of Wisconsin, as the winner comes from Menomonee Falls in Waukesha County. The ticket was purchased at Kwik Trip #244, Menomonee Falls, Waukesha County, Wisconsin.

You can do it at participating Wisconsin Lottery retailers only. The purchase through mail, subscription, or the Internet is impossible.

Today, you can watch the live draws on the official YouTube channel.

There is no sales stop time for All or Nothing in Wisconsin. That means that you can purchase tickets up to 01:30 p.m. and 09:00 p.m. (CDT). 

Note: The lottery results on Lottery n’ Go are not official. When playing the lottery, it is always advisable to verify your results with an official lottery agent before taking any further action. This is to ensure that you have correctly interpreted the results and that you are not about to make any rash decisions based on incorrect information. We’re doing our best to provide updated results every 1h. If you found any mistake, please report here.