Kansas Lottery Results

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Kansas Lottery Games

Founded in November 1987, the first Kansas Lottery draw took place shortly afterwards and sold $7 million worth of tickets in its first week alone! The Kansas Lottery offers a wide range of multi-jurisdictional and locally run games, including opportunities to win significant sums of money every day.

Proceeds from the Kansas Lottery are distributed to the State Gaming Revenues Fund, which finances economic development initiatives, prison construction and maintenance projects, local juvenile detention facilities, problem gambling assistance and the State General Fund.

Powerball

Powerball is a world-famous lottery renowned for its long odds and often lucrative jackpots.

Powerball tickets cost $2.00, with players choosing five numbers between 1 and 69 plus a Powerball number between 1 and 26. Players can choose their numbers manually or go for a Quick Pick. A Power Play option is also available, costing $1.00 for the chance to multiply non-jackpot prizes by up to 10 times.

Mega Millions

Mega Millions is another world-renowned lottery that’s even harder to win than Powerball, but with a very similar format.

As with Powerball, tickets cost $2.00.

Players must choose five numbers between 1 and 70 and a Mega Ball number between 1 and 25, with a Quick Pick option also being available for those wishing to play with random selections. Mega Millions has an additional Megaplier option for $1.00 for the chance to multiply non-jackpot prizes by up to 10 times.

Lucky for Life

Lucky for Life is a popular lottery game played across 23 states and the District of Columbia, giving players the chance to win $1,000 a day (paid out as $365,000 annually) for the rest of their lives, or the option to take home a lump sum of $5.75 million.

Tickets cost $2.00, with players choosing five main numbers from 1 to 48 and a Lucky Ball number between 1 and 18. Quick Pick is also available for those who prefer random selections.

Lotto America

Lotto America is a popular multi-jurisdictional game that is available in 13 states.

Entry costs $1.00, with players choosing five numbers from 1 to 52 and a Star Ball from 1 to 10, with Quick Picks also available for players who prefer random selections.

For an additional $1.00, players can add the All-Star Bonus Multiplier to increase non-jackpot prizes by up to five times.

Keno

Keno has multiple entry and stake-based options, as well as the opportunity to enhance the base prize by adding a prize multiplier.

Players must decide on how many numbers to match from 1 to 10, before choosing the relevant number of selections between 1 and 80. Quick Picks are available for players who wish to enter with random selections. Participants must then choose a stake of $1.00, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00 or $5.00.

Players can also add Bull’s-eye to their ticket to double their stake, to add extra prize tiers and increase the amounts that can be won.

Super Kansas Cash

Super Kansas Cash is a straightforward lottery game that gives players two entries for just $1.00.

Participants must choose five main numbers between 1 and 32 and a Cash Ball number between 1 and 25. Quick Picks are available for either or both selections, for those who prefer to play with randomly chosen numbers.

Racetrax

Racetrax is an interactive lottery based on horse racing, with tickets starting at just $0.10.

After selecting a bet, players can choose the winning or second-placed horses, or the first two, three or four horses in correct order. The maximum jackpot can only be won by choosing the first four horses in the correct order, but various secondary prizes are available for other types of bets.

Players can add the Racetrax Bonus option for $1.00, to multiply winnings by up to 10 times.

The maximum jackpot payout from Racetrax is $1,575,000, irrespective of stakes and bonuses.

Holiday Millionaire Raffle

The Holiday Millionaire Raffle takes place annually, either on, or shortly after, New Year’s Day. Tickets cost $20.

Only 150,000 tickets are sold each year, all of which are pre-printed with a ticket number. As well as the main Holiday Millionaire Raffle with its jackpot of $1 million, “Early Bird” draws take place in early October, November and December, with various cash prizes on offer.

2by2

2by2 is a popular multi-jurisdictional lottery that is available in Idaho, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota and Wyoming. Entry costs just $1.00.

Participants choose two sets of two numbers between 1 and 26, with the jackpot being won by matching both sets of numbers. Because the sets of numbers are chosen and drawn independently, players can choose the same numbers for both sets if they wish. Quick Pick is available for randomly chosen numbers.

Pick 3

Pick 3 has multiple entry options, with tickets costing $1.00.

Players must choose three numbers from 0 to 9, and because each number is chosen independently, the same number can be chosen repeatedly if desired. Participants then choose whether to bet on matching numbers in the order drawn or in any order.

Kansas Lottery Game Schedule

The table below provides an overview of the schedule for each Kansas lottery game.

Lottery Game MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Mega Millions 22:00 22:00
Powerball 22:00 22:00 22:00
Lucky for Life 21:38 21:38 21:38 21:38 21:38 21:38 21:38
Lotto America 22:00 22:00
Keno Every four minutes from 04:00 to 03:00
Super Kansas Cash 21:10 21:10 21:10
Racetrax Every four minutes from 04:00 to 02:50
Holiday Millionaire Raffle One draw per year, either on, or just after, New Year’s Day, with “Early Bird” draws held in early October, November and December.
2by2 21:30 21:30 21:30 21:30 21:30 21:30 21:30
Pick 3 13:10
21:10
13:10
21:10
13:10
21:10
13:10
21:10
13:10
21:10
13:10
21:10
13:10
21:10

Kansas Lottery Odds and Jackpots

Although Pick 3 has the best odds, the most lucrative jackpots can be obtained through Mega Millions, Powerball and Lucky for Life. The annual Holiday Millionaire Raffle is also highly attractive, with odds of just 1 in 150,000 for the chance to win $1 million.

Lottery Game Winning Odds Minimum Jackpot
Mega Millions 1 in 302,575,350 $40 million
Powerball 1 in 292,201,338 $40 million
Lucky for Life 1 in 30,821,472 $1,000 a day for life
($5.75 million if players take the lump-sum option)
Lotto America 1 in 25,989,600 $2 million
Keno 1 in 8,911,711 $100,000
Super Kansas Cash 1 in 2,517,200 $100,000
Racetrax 1 in 976,372 $650,248
Holiday Millionaire Raffle 1 in 150,000 $1 million
2by2 1 in 105,625 $22,000
Pick 3 1 in 1,000 $500

Kansas Lottery Advance Play Options

Most Kansas Lottery games have Advance Play options, with the number of draws that can be entered at once being highlighted in the table below.

Lottery Game No. of Advance Draws Players Can Enter
Powerball Up to 15
Mega Millions Up to 15
Lotto America Up to 15
Lucky for Life Up to 15
Super Kansas Cash Up to 15
Racetrax Up to 20
2by2 Up to 28
Pick 3 Up to 28
Keno Up to 100

Kansas Lottery Scratch-Offs

Known as Instant Games in Kansas, scratch-offs can pay out multiple prizes, while jackpots are typically proportional to the cost of the scratch-off itself.

Kansas Lottery scratch-offs range inprice from $1.00 to $30, with jackpots ranging from $100 to $250,000.

Lower-priced games typically have winning odds of around 1 in 4, with the more lucrative games having winning odds of around 1 in 3.

Instant Games are removed from sale as soon as all jackpots have been claimed.

Detailed information about scratch-offs, prize tiers, payouts and odds is available on the official Kansas Lottery website .

Kansas Lottery Tax Information

The tables below detail taxes payable on Kansas Lottery prizes.

Kansas Lottery Taxes for U.S. citizens and residents amount to 29% on prizes exceeding $5,000, as detailed below.

Prize Value Tax Percentage
Over $5,000 State Taxes 5%
Federal Taxes 24%

Kansas Lottery Taxes for non-U.S. citizens or non-residents amount to a minimum of 30% on all prizes, as detailed below*.

Prize Value Tax Percentage
All Prizes State Taxes 5%
Federal Taxes 25%


*The Kansas Lottery may be required to withhold more than 30% taxation in some cases.

How to Claim Kansas Lottery Payouts

There are multiple ways that winnings can be collected in Kansas.

Prizes of $599 or less can be claimed:

  • At Kansas Lottery retailers
  • At Kansas Lottery Headquarters
  • By mail

Some retailers have policies regarding how much cash is available for payouts. Players should therefore check if retailers are able to make payouts before travelling.

Prizes exceeding $600 can be claimed:

  • At Kansas Lottery Headquarters
  • By mail

All claims for prizes exceeding $600 must include the signed winning lottery ticket and a completed Winner Claim Form .

All prizes of more than $50, claimed at the Kansas Lottery Headquarters, will be checked against outstanding taxes and child support payments, with any owed amounts being withheld accordingly.

How to Contact the Kansas Lottery

Operator Games Official Website Main Address Local Tel. No.
Kansas Lottery Powerball
Mega Millions
Lotto America
Lucky for Life
Super Kansas Cash
Holiday Millionaire Raffle
2by2
Pick 3
Racetrax
Keno
https://www.kslottery.com/ 128 N Kansas Avenue,
Topeka,
KS 66603,
USA
1-785-296-5700

Which Kansas Lottery scratch-off has the biggest jackpot?

Although the value of the most lucrative Kansas Lottery scratch-offs change on a periodic basis, the biggest jackpot on offer is typically around $250,000.

Can I buy Kansas Lottery tickets online?

No, tickets are only sold at authorized Kansas Lottery retailers.

How much tax is paid on Kansas Lottery winnings?

Taxation on Kansas Lottery winnings depends on player residency and citizenship.

For U.S. citizens and residents, 29% tax is levied on all Kansas Lottery prizes over $5,000, of which 5% is state tax and 24% is federal tax.

Non-U.S. citizens or non-residents pay at least 30% tax on all prizes, of which 5% is state tax and 25% is federal tax. The Kansas Lottery may be required to withhold more than 30% taxation in some cases.

How do Kansas Lottery winners get paid?

Some Kansas lottery games pay in regular instalments or lump sums, while others pay out lump sums only.

How long does it take to receive Kansas Lottery winnings?

All prizes of up to $5,000 that are claimed in person are paid out the same day.

Prizes of $5,001 or more that are claimed in person or by mail will be paid by check or bank transfer within 7 to 10 days .

How is the $1,000 a day Lucky for Life jackpot paid out?

Players who win the Lucky for Life jackpot will receive annual payments of $365,000 for the rest of their lives, or a lump sum of $5.75 million.

If there are multiple Lucky for Life jackpot winners, a lump sum of $5.75 million will be split equally between them.

Lucky for Life annuity payouts are guaranteed for a minimum of 20 years, so if the winner dies before receiving 20 years of payouts, the remaining payments will go to their estate.