Oregon Lottery Results
Latest Oregon lottery results for LUCKY LINES ✔, MEGA MILLIONS ✔, MEGABUCKS ✔, PICK 4 OREGON ✔, POWERBALL ✔, WIN FOR LIFE ✔. All information about lotteries in Oregon.
Oregon Winning Numbers
Oregon Lottery Games
Founded in April 1985, the Oregon Lottery has a selection of multi-jurisdictional and locally run games, including opportunities to win significant sums of money every day.
The Oregon Lottery is unique because it asks voters to specify how and where proceeds are spent. As of December 2021, the Oregon Lottery’s proceeds are to be distributed to public schools, job creation initiatives, Oregon State Parks and natural habitats, outdoor schools, veteran services and for problem-gambling support.
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.
Players can add Double Play to their ticket for an additional $1.00 using the same set of chosen numbers, for an extra draw with a $10 million jackpot.
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.
Keno has multiple entry and stake-based options, plus 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, with participants choosing a stake of $1.00, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $10 or $20.
Players can add the following play options to their tickets:
- Special Keno at no extra charge, which enables players to win bigger top prizes but smaller lower-value prizes.
- Multiplier to double the initial stake, for the chance to multiply all prizes by up to 10 times.
- Bulls-Eye, which also doubles the initial stake for the chance to win bigger prizes and unlock additional prize tiers.
The maximum prize win from Keno is $1 million, irrespective of the add-ons included on the ticket.
Megabucks is a straightforward state lottery that costs just $1.00 to enter.
Players must choose six numbers from 1 to 48 or can go for a Quick Pick for random selections.
For an extra $1.00, a Kicker can be added to the ticket to multiply all non-jackpot winnings by four.
Win for Life is a popular lottery with 46 ways to win prizes on a single ticket. Entry costs $2.00.
Players must choose four numbers between 1 and 77 or can go for a Quick Pick to play with random selections. In addition to this entry, an additional 14 sets of numbers are displayed next to the potential prizes on offer, which can be won by matching all four numbers in a particular set. There are also fixed prizes for matching two or three numbers per set, or no numbers at all.
Note that only the first four chosen numbers can win the jackpot.
Lucky Lines is a tic-tac-toe type of game that costs $2.00 to enter.
Players must choose eight numbers: one number each from 1 to 4, 5 to 8, 9 to 12, 13 to 16, 17 to 20, 21 to 24, 25 to 28 and 29 to 32, with Quick Picks being available for random selections. These digits make up a tic-tac-toe board, and because the center square is free, players can win by matching just two numbers.
Prize payouts are based on how many lines are made against the winning numbers, with the jackpot being won by matching seven or eight lines.
Pick 4 has multiple entry options, with stakes of $0.50 or $1.00 being available.
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 matching the first or last three numbers only in exact or any order.
Combo bets are also available, allowing players to choose two, three or four digits, for a ticket containing every possible combination of the chosen numbers.
Oregon Lottery Game Schedule
The table below provides an overview of the schedule for each Oregon lottery game.
|Keno||Every four minutes, from 05:00 to 04:00|
|Win for Life||19:30||19:30||19:30|
|Pick 4|| 13:00
Oregon Lottery Odds and Jackpots
Although Pick 4 has the best odds, the most lucrative jackpots can be obtained through Mega Millions and Powerball.
|Lottery Game||Winning Odds||Minimum Jackpot|
|Mega Millions||1 in 302,575,350||$40 million|
|Powerball||1 in 292,201,338||$40 million|
|Keno||1 in 8,911,711||$100,000|
|Megabucks||1 in 6,135,756||$1 million|
|Win for Life||1 in 1,353,275||$1,000 a week, for life|
|Lucky Lines||1 in 65,536||$10,000|
|Pick 4||1 in 10,000||$1,000|
Oregon Lottery Advance Play Options
All Oregon 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|
|Win for Life||Up to 10|
|Pick 4||Up to 12|
|Lucky Lines||Up to 14|
|Powerball||Up to 24|
|Mega Millions||Up to 24|
|Megabucks||Up to 24|
|Keno||Up to 100|
Oregon Lottery Scratch-Offs
Known as Scratch-Its in Oregon, scratch-offs can pay out multiple prizes, with jackpots typically being proportional to the cost of the scratch-off itself.
Oregon Lottery scratch-offs range inprice from $1.00 to $20, with jackpots ranging from $1,500 to $250,000!
Lower-priced games have winning odds of around 1 in 4, with 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 Oregon Lottery website .
Oregon Lottery Tax Information
The tables below highlight taxes payable on Oregon Lottery prizes.
Oregon Lottery Taxes for U.S. citizens and residents amount to 8% on prizes from $1,500 to $5,000, as detailed below.
|Between $1,500 and $5,000||State Taxes||8%|
Oregon Lottery Taxes for U.S. citizens and residents amount to 32% on prizes over $5,000, as detailed below.
|Over $5,000||State Taxes||8%|
Oregon Lottery Taxes for non-U.S. citizens or non-residents amount to 30% on all prizes up to $1,500, as detailed below.
|Up to $1,500||Federal Taxes||30%|
Oregon Lottery Taxes for non-U.S. citizens or non-residents amount to 38% on all prizes over $1,500, as detailed below.
|Over $1,500||State Taxes||8%|
How to Claim Oregon Lottery Payouts
There are multiple ways that winnings can be collected in Oregon.
Prizes under $600 can be claimed:
- At Oregon Lottery Retailers
- By mail
Prizes between $600 and $50,000 can be claimed:
- At any Oregon Lottery Claim Center, in-person or by drop box
- By mail
Prizes of $50,000 and over can only be claimed in person at Oregon Lottery Headquarters. Players winning such amounts should call the Oregon Lottery to arrange for an appointment.
All prizes claimed by mail must include the signed winning lottery ticket and a completed Prize Claim Form . When taxes are payable, the Oregon Lottery will provide a W2G tax form when prizes are paid out.
How to Contact the Oregon Lottery
|Operator||Games||Official Website||Main Address||Local Tel. No.|
|Oregon Lottery|| Powerball
Win for Life
|https://www.oregonlottery.org/|| 500 Airport Road SE, Salem,
Which Oregon Lottery scratch-off has the biggest jackpot?
Although the value of the most lucrative Oregon Lottery scratch-offs change on a periodic basis, the biggest jackpot on offer is typically around $250,000.
Can I buy Oregon Lottery tickets online?
No, tickets are only sold at authorized Oregon Lottery retailers.
How much tax is paid on Oregon Lottery winnings?
Taxation on Oregon Lottery winnings depends on player residency and citizenship.
For U.S. citizens and residents, 8% state tax is levied on all Oregon Lottery prizes between $1,500 and $5,000.
For U.S. citizens and residents, 32% tax is levied on all Oregon Lottery prizes over $5,000, of which 8% is state tax and 24% is federal tax.
Non-U.S. citizens or non-residents pay 30% federal tax on all prizes up to $1,500.
Non-U.S. citizens or non-residents pay 38% tax on all prizes over $1,500, of which 8% is state tax and 30% is federal tax.
How do Oregon Lottery winners get paid?
Some Oregon lottery games pay in regular installments or lump sums, while others pay out lump sums only.
How long does it take to receive Oregon Lottery winnings?
All prizes claimed in person at Oregon Lottery Retailers, Oregon Lottery Claim Centers and Oregon Lottery Headquarters are typically paid out the same day.
All prizes claimed by mail will usually be processed within 14 days of receipt.