|Game||Draw Date||Results||Next Drawing Date|
|Powerball||03/15/2014||02-05-34-51-58, Powerball: 09, Power Play: 4||03/19/2014|
|MEGA Millions||03/14/2014||07-20-40-54-69, Mega Ball: 12||03/18/2014|
|2 BY 2||03/15/2014||16-23-18-26||03/17/2014|
Because of the Arizona lottery's long history, there is a great deal of Arizona lottery information to know. The Arizona State Lottery has been around since July 1, 1981. It started with scratch tickets only, but soon grew to have drawing games. Regardless of the type, those in Arizona must be 21 years old to play the lottery or redeem the tickets.
A public initiative voted in the Lottery in November 1980 and sales started on July 1, 1981. Ticket sales during the first ten days added up to 21.4 million dollars. In November of 2002, the Lottery was extended for another 10 years with a 73% majority. The Pick game started in 1984, Powerball started in 1994, and other games followed.
The Arizona State Lottery started with scratch games for several years until they added drawing games. The nine games available as of 2010 are: Mega Millions, Powerball, The Pick, Pick 5, 2by2, CA$H4, Pick 3, FastPlay, and Scratchers.
Mega Millions is the most recent game to be added to the lottery. It is a $1 multi-state jackpot game with a jackpot which starts at 12 million dollars and continues to grow until there is a lucky winner. You or the computer picks five numbers from 1 to 56 plus one Megaball number from 1 to 46. The computer can pick all of them for you, pick the 5 numbers and you pick the Megaball number, or the pick the Megaball number, and you pick the five numbers. The lowest prize payout is two dollars for picking the Megaball number. The odds of winning a prize are about 1 in 40.
As of 2010, games like Mega Millions and other games in the Arizona state lottery are more popular than ever. After a slump in 2006, sales have rebounded and have grown every year. The year 2009 saw revenue of 255.5 million dollars.
Beneficiaries of the Arizona State Lottery include:
Although every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the winning number information on this web page, mistakes can occur. In the event of any discrepancies, Arizona State laws and Arizona Lottery regulations will prevail. Lottery data is provided for entertainment and informational purposes only. SuperMedia does not condone or encourage the practice of gambling by providing this information. If you or someone you love have a gambling problem, learn more through Gamblers Anonymous.
In April of 2010, there was record-breaking win of $8.4 million in The Pick game. The jackpot was the highest in two years. In July, 2010 there was another record-breaking Pick 5 jackpot of $667,000. It was purchased by a woman who had been out of work for three months.
If you have purchased a lottery ticket and want to find out if you are the next big winner, you can check the Arizona State lottery winning numbers at Superpages.com. You can also find more Arizona lottery information at the Arizona State lottery website.