What lottery is tonight in Arkansas?
Arkansas Lottery Drawing Schedule
|Cash 4 Evening||6:59 PM||6:59 PM|
|Natural State Jackpot||8:00 PM|
|Lucky for Life||10:38 PM||10:38 PM|
Who won the latest natural state jackpot?
Gary McVay of Jacksonville claimed a $500,000 prize he won after purchasing a $20 200Xtra scratch-off ticket, and Jerry Perkins Jr. of Pine Bluff won $310,000 playing Natural State Jackpot (NSJ).
Where was the winning Natural State Jackpot ticket sold?
The winning ticket was sold at ASL retailer Murphy Express #8797, 111 W. Pershing Blvd., in North Little Rock, which will receive a 1 percent commission on the sale.
How many numbers do you need to win the jackpot?
In order to win the jackpot, players must correctly match all five white balls as well as the red Powerball. There’s no guarantee that a jackpot will be awarded in every drawing. If no one picks all six winning numbers, the jackpot rolls over to the next drawing.
How long does it take to get lottery winnings in Arkansas?
When you win a Powerball or Mega Millions jackpot, there is a 15-day waiting period between the draw date and when the jackpot will be paid out, as money from ticket sales needs to be collected in order to pay out the jackpot.
What State won the Mega Millions?
A lucky ticket holder in New York won the big Mega Millions® jackpot Tuesday night! A single ticket sold in that state matched all six numbers drawn September 21 – the white balls 36, 41, 45, 51 and 56, plus the gold Mega Ball 13 – to win the $431 million prize ($314.4 million cash).
How do you play Lucky for Life?
How to Play
- Pick five numbers from 1 to 48 and one Lucky Ball number from 1 to 18.
- Choose Quick Pick to have the terminal randomly pick numbers for you.
- Or simply ask your retailer for a Quick Pick.
- Each Lucky for Life ticket is $2.
- Up to five sets of numbers can be played per play slip.
Do quick picks ever win the lottery?
If you are going strictly by the numbers, more Quick Pickers than self-pickers win lottery jackpots. About 70% of lottery winners used Quick Pick to choose their numbers. But then again, about the same percentage of all lottery players — about 70% – 80% — use Quick Pick.