Need a calendar for 2015? Win a 2015 Missouri Lottery calendar in our Facebook "Calendar Giveaway." This year's edition features 13 incredible pet photos submitted by our players, including this shot on the cover. Just like the Missouri Lottery on Facebook and enter to win one of your own.
This calendar will also be available in the Points for Prizes® store. Thanks for playing!
Items are constantly being added to the Points For Prizes® store. Enter any non-winning Missouri Lottery ticket into your My Lottery account and you’ll earn points that you can use to purchase items in the store. Since fall, we’ve added lots of sports team merchandise. You can also use points to enter drawings for exclusive promotions. Right now, enter to win a GoPro® camera, a jukebox or a fitness package.
Also, when you enter tickets into your account, you’ll be automatically be entered for second-chance promotions like “Hollywood Holiday.” You could win a trip to Hollywood just for entering non-winning tickets into your account. Don’t have an account? Sign up for one – they’re free!
The Missouri Lottery suffered an equipment failure Monday evening. We've been working hard to restore our servers, and the website is now functioning again. Some of the data must still be restored, and we will continue to add services back as they are available. We apologize for the inconvenience.
It’s Wednesday, which we sometimes call play day around here, and there are no shortage of jackpots to play for tonight. You have a shot at a quarter of a million dollars in two different games – tonight’s Show Me Cash jackpot is $249,000, and you can always win the $250,000 top prize in $250K Triple Play.
Not enough for you? The Mega Millions jackpot rolled to $52 million, and tonight’s Powerball jackpot is $127 million. The second prize in both of those games is $1 million, and you can multiply that prize into more by adding Megaplier or Power Play.
There’s another state game drawing tonight that offers a large jackpot – the Lotto jackpot is up to $3.1 million. For reference, the annuity option for $3.1 million would pay about $124,000 a year for 25 years.
You're a Lottery player, but your figure it's too much trouble to mess with My Lottery. What would you use loyalty points for anyway, right? Well, you could use them to buy things for your home, like kitchen wares or a Mizzou tapestry. You could also use those points to enter Points for Drawings™ promotions.
This week, we awarded four My Lottery members with a Bose® radio system, and two more won a 3D TV package.
New promotions began this week for a laptop computer and home package promotion called, "Fix it Up, Cook it Up, Turn it Up!" Take a look at all of the items included.
Turn your non-winning tickets (Draw Games, too) into merchandise or another chance to win. Sign up for a free My Lotteryaccount today.
The scammers take advantage of every opportunity, and a high jackpot is a good one. With Mega Millions boasting a $160 million jackpot tonight, the scammers assume more people are playing the game. Maybe it’s top of your mind because lots of people are talking about it, or perhaps you bought a ticket and don’t play regularly. So, when some smooth talking guy calls from a strange area code to tell you about the prize you won, it may sound plausible. I mean, I’ve been trying to win for years!
That’s not the way the Lottery works. To win a prize, you first have to buy a ticket. If you are the lucky winner, you then have to bring the ticket to us. We don’t call you. We don’t know who the winner is until the winning ticket is claimed. You only need one ticket to win, but it all starts with a ticket.
Here’s a great reminder out of Arkansas, where the State Lottery is warning citizens of this type of trick being employed in the region. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Don’t be fooled. Feel free to report any type of fraudulent attempt to the Attorney General via his website.