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Founded in November 1972, the first Michigan Lottery draw took place in February the following year. The Michigan Lottery offers a wide range of multi-jurisdictional and locally run games, including opportunities to win significant sums of money every
Proceeds from the Michigan Lottery go towards funding K-12 education across the state, with approximately 28% of total revenue being distributed in this manner.
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 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 Quick Pick also being available for 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 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 random selections.
Lotto 47 is a straightforward lottery that costs just $1.00 to enter.
Players must choose six numbers from 1 to 47 or can go for a Quick Pick to enter with randomly chosen numbers. Combo tickets are also available, for up to 10 numbers that are entered into Lotto 47 in every possible combination.
Lotto 47 has a Double Play option costing $1.00, to enter numbers into a second draw to win up to $1.5 million. Due to the format of Lotto 47, the Double Play jackpot is sometimes larger than the main game’s top prize!
Players can also add EZmatch to their ticket for a further $1.00 for the chance to win up to $500 on the spot.
Club 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 random selections.
Participants must choose a stake of $1.00, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $10 or $20, including the possibility of adding Extra to double the stake and win up to $500,000.
Another entry option is the Kicker prize multiplier, to increase Club Keno prizes by up to 10 times. Kicker also doubles player stakes, but works independently to other add-ons.
Players can also play The Jack for $1.00 per draw. This is a secondary draw with eight randomly chosen numbers, for the chance to win a variety of prizes.
The maximum jackpot payout from Club Keno is $2 million, irrespective of add-ons and prize multipliers.
Poker Lotto is a two-part draw game. Entry costs $2.00 and is available via Quick Pick only.
The first part of the World Poker Tour is an instant-win game and, if the ticket has a winning poker hand, up to $5,000 can be won on the spot!
This ticket remains valid for the draw game, for a chance to win the jackpot by matching all five cards drawn.
Keno, also known as Daily Keno, is a simpler version of the Club Keno game, with a fixed entry cost of $1.00.
Participants must choose 10 numbers from 1 to 80 or can go for a Quick Pick to enter with random selections. Unlike traditional Keno games, 22 rather than 20 numbers are drawn, which dramatically improves the odds of winning the jackpot.
Players will get a refund by matching no numbers at all, but unfortunately, there are no secondary games available.
Fantasy 5 is a straightforward lottery game that costs just $1.00 to enter.
Players must choose five numbers from 1 to 39 or can go for a Quick Pick to enter with random selections. Combo tickets are also available, enabling players to choose up to 10 numbers, which are then entered into the draw in every possible combination.
Fantasy 5 has a Double Play option for $1.00, for the chance to enter numbers into a second draw and win up to $110,000 and, due to its format, the Double Play jackpot is sometimes larger than the main game’s top prize!
Players can also add EZmatch to their ticket for a further $1.00 to win up to $500 on the spot.
Daily 4 is a Pick 4 game that costs $1.00 to enter, with multiple entry options.
Players must choose four 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 their numbers in the order drawn, in any order, or
to split their stake equally between both options.
Participants can also choose a 1-Off wager to win prizes by matching three numbers in the correct order, but with the fourth digit needing to be one away from the number chosen. For example; choosing 1234 would win if 1235, 1233, 1244, 1224, 1134, 1334,
2234 or 0234 are drawn.
Daily 3 is a Pick 3 game with multiple entry options and betting stakes of either $0.50 or $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 their numbers in the order drawn, in any order, or
to split their stake equally between both options.
Participants can also choose a 1-Off wager to win prizes by matching two numbers in the correct order, but with the third digit needing to be one away from the number chosen. For example; choosing 123 would win if 223, 023, 133, 113, 122 or 124 are drawn.
The table below provides an overview of the schedule for each Michigan lottery game.
Although Pick 3 has the best odds, the most lucrative jackpots can be obtained through Mega Millions, Powerball and Lucky for Life. Keno has more attractive odds and a far higher base jackpot than the Club Keno game.
With the exception of Poker Lotto, all Michigan Lottery games have Advance Play options, with the number of draws that can be entered at once being highlighted in the table below.
The Michigan Lottery has a weekly subscription service that enables players to order, renew and manage their Powerball, Mega Millions, Lotto 47, Fantasy 5 and Lucky for Life entries online, as well as being able to enhance Advance Play options.
Secondary games and add-ons are also included in a number of subscriptions.
Known as Instants in Michigan, scratch-offs have multiple prizes, with jackpots typically being proportional to the cost of the scratch-off itself.
Michigan Lottery scratch-offs range inprice from $0.50 to $30, with jackpots ranging from $600 to $4 million!
Lower-priced games have winning odds of around 1 in 5, with the more lucrative games having winning odds of around 1 in 3.
Detailed information about scratch-offs, prize tiers, payouts and odds is available on the official Michigan Lottery website .
The tables below highlight taxes payable on Michigan Lottery prizes.
Michigan Lottery Taxes for U.S. citizens and residents amount to 28.25% on prizes over $5,000, as detailed below.
Michigan Lottery Taxes for non-U.S. citizens or non-residents amount to 34.25% on all prizes over $600, as detailed below.
There are multiple ways that winnings can be collected in Michigan.
Prizes of $599 or less can be claimed:
Prizes between $600 and $50,000 can be claimed:
Prizes exceeding $50,000, and up to $99,999 , can be claimed:
Prizes of $600 or less will be paid directly into online player accounts. Prizes of up to $99,999 can also be paid directly online, to players who make a claim through their Michigan Lottery account.
Prizes of $100,000 and over can only be claimed in person at Michigan Lottery Headquarters.
All claims for prizes exceeding $600 must include the signed winning lottery ticket, a valid government-issued photo ID document, a Social Security card and a completed Ticket Receipt Form .
The Michigan Lottery checks all claims for prizes exceeding $1,000 for any outstanding debts, which will be withheld from payouts in certain situations.
Although the value of the most lucrative Michigan Lottery scratch-offs change on a periodic basis, the biggest jackpot is typically around $4 million.
Yes, tickets for some games are available via the official Michigan Lottery website, while others are exclusively available at authorized Michigan Lottery retailers.
Taxation on Michigan Lottery winnings depends on player residency and citizenship.
For U.S. citizens and residents, 28.25% tax is levied on all Michigan Lottery prizes over $5,000, of which 4.25% is state tax and 24% is federal tax.
U.S. citizens and residents are required to notify the IRS and Michigan Treasury of all winnings over $600.
Non-U.S. citizens or non-residents pay 34.25% tax on all prizes over $600, of which 4.25% is state tax and 30% is federal tax.
Some Michigan lottery games pay out regular instalments or lump sums, while others pay out lump sums only.
Online prizes of up to $600 are automatically paid into player accounts. Online prizes of up to $99,999 can also be paid into player accounts, subject to approval by the Michigan Lottery.
All prizes claimed in person are typically processed and paid out the same day.
All prizes claimed by mail and ticket drop-off will be processed in the order received. Although the Michigan Lottery does not set out a specific timeline for payouts, players can expect to wait up to a month for winnings.
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.