Puerto Rico Lottery Results

Latest Puerto Rico lottery results for POWERBALL ✔, MEGA MILLIONS ✔, LOTO CASH ✔, REVANCHA ✔, PEGA 2 ✔, PEGA 3 ✔, PEGA 4 ✔. Find all the information about lotteries in Puerto Rico.

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Puerto Rico Lottery Games

Founded in 1934, the Puerto Rico Lottery participates in the US Powerball game. It also provides various opportunities to win prizes in locally run games nearly every day of the week.

Puerto Rico Lottery proceeds go to the Puerto Rico Department of Treasury, which dispenses these funds into various programs such as infrastructure works, social programs, rental subsidy and home-improvement programs for senior citizens, the University of Puerto Rico and athletic performance support programs.

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.

Players can add Double Play to their ticket for an additional $1.00 using the same set of numbers, for an extra draw with a $10 million jackpot.

Kino

Kino has multiple entry-based and stake-based options.

Players decide on how many numbers to match from 1 to 10, before choosing their selections between 1 and 80. Quick Picks are available for random selections. Participants must then choose a stake of $1.00, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $10 or $20.

The stake acts as a multiplier for all non-jackpot prizes, with the jackpot being capped at $100,000.

Loto Cash

Loto Cash is a straightforward lottery with several chances to win significant prizes. Entry costs $1.00.

Players need to choose five numbers from 1 to 35, followed by another number between 1 and 10. Quick Picks are also available for random selections.

Participants can enter the Revancha draw for an additional $1.00 using the same set of numbers. The Revancha prize structure mirrors the main Loto Cash draw, albeit for smaller prizes.

Finally, players can add a Multiplicador (multiplier) to their ticket for another $1.00, for the chance to boost all non-jackpot prizes by up to five times.

Pega 4

Pega 4 is a Pick 4 game with multiple entry options. Initial entry costs $1.00.

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 numbers in the order drawn, in any order, or to pay a $2.00 stake to cover both bets.

Alternatively, participants can choose a Combo bet to play with every possible combination of their four numbers. Players must stake $1.00 per combination, with a Combo ticket consisting of four different numbers costing $24.

Finally, players can add an Approximation bet to their ticket for an additional $0.50. Participants win if they are only a single digit away from the number drawn when it is expressed as a four-digit figure. For example, players who choose 1234, win if 1233 or 1235 are drawn.

Pega 3

Pega 3 is a Pick 3 game with multiple entry options. Initial entry costs $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, in any order, or to pay a $2.00 stake to cover both bets.

Alternatively, participants can choose a Combo bet to play with every possible combination of their three numbers. Players must stake $1.00 per combination, with a Combo ticket consisting of three different numbers costing $6.00.

Finally, players can add an Approximation bet to their ticket for an additional $0.50. Participants win if they are only a single digit away from the number drawn when it is expressed as a three-digit figure. For example, players who choose 123, win if 122 or 124 are drawn.

Pega 2

Pega 2 is a Pick 2 game with multiple entry options. Initial entry costs $1.00.

Players must choose two numbers from 0 to 9, and because each number is chosen independently, the same number can be chosen twice if desired. Participants then choose whether to bet on matching numbers in the order drawn, in any order, or to pay a $2.00 stake to cover both bets.

Alternatively, participants can choose a Combo bet to play with every possible combination of their two numbers. Players need to stake $1.00 per combination, with a Combo ticket consisting of two different numbers costing $2.00. Even though a Combo bet is essentially the same as matching two numbers in any order, it pays out twice the prize value.

Puerto Rico Lottery Game Schedule

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

Lottery Game MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Powerball 00:00 00:00 00:00
Kino Every four minutes
Loto Cash 21:00 21:00 21:00
Pega 4 14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00
Pega 3 14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00
Pega 2 14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00
14:00
22:00

Puerto Rico Lottery Odds and Jackpots

Although Pega 2 has the best odds, the most lucrative jackpots can be obtained through Powerball and Loto Cash.

Lottery Game Winning Odds Minimum Jackpot
Powerball 1 in 292,201,338 $40 million
Kino 1 in 8,911,711 $100,000
Loto Cash 1 in 3,246,320 $500,000
Pega 4 1 in 10,000 $5,000
Pega 3 1 in 1,000 $500
Pega 2 1 in 100 $50

Puerto Rico Lottery Advance Play Options

All Puerto Rico Lottery games have Advance Play options, with the number of draws that can be entered at once being highlighted in the table below. Except for Kino, Advance Play is only available for up to three games at once, or in blocks of up to a month, with no in-betweens.

Lottery Game No. of Advance Draws Players Can Enter
Powerball Up to 12
Loto Cash Up to 12
Kino Up to 20
Pega 2 Up to 56
Pega 3 Up to 56
Pega 4 Up to 56

Puerto Rico Lottery Scratch-Offs

Known as Instantaneos or Instant Games in Puerto Rico, scratch-offs can pay out multiple prizes, with jackpots typically being proportional to the cost of the scratch-off itself.

Puerto Rico Lottery scratch-offs range inprice from $1.00 to $10, with jackpots ranging from $1,000 to $150,000!

Further information about scratch-offs is available on the official Puerto Rico Lottery website .

Puerto Rico Lottery Tax Information

The table below highlights taxes payable on Puerto Rico Lottery prizes.

Puerto Rico Lottery Taxes for all claims range from 5% to 20%, as detailed below.

Prize Value Tax Percentage
All Prizes Special local lottery tax 5% to 20%

How to Claim Puerto Rico Lottery Payouts

There are multiple ways that winnings can be collected in Puerto Rico.

Prizes under $800 can be claimed:

  • At Puerto Rico Lottery Retailers
  • At Puerto Rico Lottery Headquarters

Prizes between $800 and $25,000 can be claimed:

  • At participating Departmento de Hacienda (treasury department) offices
  • At Puerto Rico Lottery Headquarters

Prizes over $25,000 can only be claimed in person at Puerto Rico Lottery Headquarters. Players who win large amounts need to call the Puerto Rico Lottery to arrange an appointment.

How to Contact the Puerto Rico Lottery

Operator Games Official Website Main Address Local Tel. No.
Puerto Rico Electronic Lottery Powerball
Loto Cash
Pega 4
Pega 3
Pega 2
Kino
https://loteriasdepuertorico.pr.gov/ Ángel Ramos Foundation Building,
383 Ave. FD Roosevelt, Suite 110,
San Juan,
Puerto Rico 00918-2143
1-787-250-8150

Which Puerto Rico Lottery scratch-off has the biggest jackpot?

Although the value of the most lucrative Puerto Rico Lottery scratch-offs change on a periodic basis, the biggest jackpot is typically around $150,000.

Can I buy Puerto Rico Lottery tickets online?

No, tickets are only sold at authorized Puerto Rico Lottery retailers.

How much tax is paid on Puerto Rico Lottery winnings?

All prizes are subject to a special lottery tax of between 5% and 20%, depending on the winning amount. Unfortunately, the Puerto Rico Lottery doesn't define specific tax levels, but it is likely that taxes will increase the more that is won.

As lottery prizes are exempt from income tax in Puerto Rico, with players paying no US federal taxes on winnings.

How do Puerto Rico Lottery winners get paid?

Some Puerto Rico lottery games pay in regular installments or lump sums, while others pay out lump sums only.

How long does it take to receive Puerto Rico Lottery winnings?

Prizes can only be claimed in person at Puerto Rico Lottery Retailers, Departmento de Hacienda Offices and at Puerto Rico Lottery Headquarters, which are typically paid out the same day.