New York Lottery Results, Intelligent Picks, Lotto Wheels, Analysis and more.
|Thu Jan 28th
|Nobody won the jackpot last night. New York Lotto jackpot increases to $2.20 million
There were no New York Lotto grand prize winners for Wednesday’s $2.10 million dollar drawing, so the grand prize will rise to an . Read More »
|Thu Jan 28th
|No jackpot ticket sold last night. Powerball jackpot climbs to $30 million
Saturday’s Powerball grand prize will be worth a projected $30 million (lump-sum cash payout $22.5 million), because no player hit . Read More »
|Wed Jan 27th
|No one matched all six numbers last night. Mega Millions jackpot builds to $25 million
The Mega Millions game jackpot increased because no one hit all 6 numbers from Tuesday night’s $20 million drawing. The next . Read More »
About New York Lottery
New York lottery all began when New Yorkers voted for a government run lottery on November 8th, 1966, which created New York lottery. The result proved that 60% of the voters were in favor of the idea. New York lottery had to be created on the basis of votes. It was also required by the state at that time. New York lottery funds were used in education and improving education was the target.
Over the years, New York lottery has generated funds in billions of dollars which has really helped education a lot. Players playing the games present in New York lottery must be at least 18 years old. This was a rule and there are no exceptions. New York Lottery supported New York state education by providing funds amounting to $3 billion in the 2010-2011 periods.
Although the main mission of New York lottery is to support education, it is viewed as entertainment by most residents of the state. New York lottery can also be called an entertainment business. The lottery tickets for the games are sold in general stores and market places. New York lottery or New York lottery tickets are used by some retailers to attract crowds to their place as well.
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New York Lotto Prizes
New York Lotto jackpots begin at US$2 million but regularly rise well above that due to rollovers. There are five New York Lotto winning prize tiers in total.
New York Lotto Prize Tiers and Winning Odds
Players pay US$1 for two lines, choosing six numbers from 1 to 59 and winning the jackpot by matching them all. A Bonus Ball is also drawn on the night and increases the prize when matched by someone who has also matched five main numbers.
Here are the prize tiers and the chances of winning for each:
|Numbers Matched||Odds of winning (each line)||Odds for a US$1 play (2 lines)|
|Six||1 in 45,057,474.00||1 in 22,528,737.00|
|Five + Bonus||1 in 7,509,579.00||1 in 3,754,789.50|
|Five||1 in 144,414.98||1 in 72,207.49|
|Four||1 in 2,179.85||1 in 1,089.92|
|Three||1 in 96.17||1 in 48.08|
Ticket holders are awarded US$1 for matching three numbers, with the other prize payouts dependent on ticket sales and the number of winning players within that tier. If the jackpot is not won then it will roll over, often reaching eight figures before it is won. In addition, the second-tier prize will also roll over if not won in a particular draw. The odds for winning any New York Lotto prize are 1 in 46.02.
In July 2007, Degli Martinez of Queens in New York City was awarded a record US$65 million jackpot a year after the date of the draw in which he won. Martinez possessed the jackpot receipt but had lost the winning ticket, meaning that the payout was not as straightforward as usual. The case was investigated by the police and when the one year deadline for collecting the winnings passed without anyone else coming forward, he was awarded his prize.
New York Lotto prizes and odds of winning. Find out how much you can win in New York Lotto matching three main numbers or any other combination.