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Lucky for Life

Winnings for life


Winning Numbers
3/21/2019

  • 9
  • 24
  • 26
  • 27
  • 38
  • 11
Lucky for Life odds of winning on $2 ticket
Match Win Odds
5 numbers and the Lucky Ball $1,000 A Day For Life 1 in 30,821,472
5 numbers but not the Lucky Ball $25,000 A Year For Life 1 in 1,813,028
4 numbers and the Lucky Ball $5,000 1 in 143,356
4 numbers but not the Lucky Ball $200 1 in 8,433
3 numbers and the Lucky Ball $150 1 in 3,413
3 numbers but not the Lucky Ball $20 1 in 201
2 numbers and the Lucky Ball $25 1 in 250
2 numbers but not the Lucky Ball $3 1 in 15
1 number and the Lucky Ball $6 1 in 50
Only the Lucky Ball $4 1 in 32

Overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 7.8

Top Prize 5 + 1

(1) Minimum top-prize payment period is 20 years. Top prize winners may choose the Cash Option as an alternative to the Annuitized Payment Option. The top prize amount shown is based on one winning ticket. The top prize values governed by "split-prize" liability; the top prize is divided equally among the top prize winning tickets and may be less than shown.

  • 1 top-prize winning ticket: The prize value is $1,000 a day for life ($7,000 a week for life).
  • 2-14 top prize winning tickets: The prize value is split equally among the winning tickets; the minimum prize value for this category is $500 a week for life
  • 15 or more top prize winning tickets: The top prize liability of $7,125,000 is split equally among all top prize winning tickets and paid in one lump sum payment. The minimum prize value for this category shall not be less than any lower tier prize paid in that respective drawing.

Second Prize 5 + 0

(2) Minimum second-prize payment period is 20 years. Second-prize winners may choose the Cash Option as an alternative to the Annuitized Payment Option. Second prize amount shown is based on one to twenty winning tickets. Second prize values governed by "split-prize" liability; the second prize is divided equally among the second prize winning tickets and may be less than shown.

  • 1-20 second-prize winning tickets: The annuitized prize level will be $25,000 a year for life.
  • 21 or more second-prize winning tickets: The second prize liability of $9,400,000 is split equally among all second prize winning tickets and paid in one lump sum payment. The minimum prize value shall not be less than any lower tier prize paid in that respective drawing.

Third Prizes 4 + 1

(3) The $5,000 prize value is guaranteed to 1,000 winning tickets. If the number of winning tickets exceeds 1,000, the total prize liability of $5,000,000 is divided equally among the winning tickets. The minimum prize value for this category is $200.

All prizes are rounded to the nearest dollar.

Please read the Lottery Ticket Security Tips for information on how to protect your winnings.

Frequently asked questions about claiming a prize of $600 or more.

POWERBALL JACKPOT PRIZES:

Players have 60 days from the date a winning ticket is validated and claimed to choose the cash or annuity option. Federal (25 percent) and state (5 percent) taxes are mandatorily withheld before the prize is paid. Players' ultimate tax liability may be more or less than the amounts withheld.

Annuity Option: Players will receive prizes in graduated payments over the next 29 years (30 payments), less taxes. The jackpot amount advertised by the Lottery is the annuitized amount.

Cash Option: Players will collect prizes in one payment, less taxes. The lump sum cash payment is the amount available to the Lottery for the jackpot prize pool. It is approximately half the estimated annuity option jackpot, depending on current interest rates. This dollar amount represents the same amount of money the Lottery would have invested in an annuity.

MEGA MILLIONS JACKPOT PRIZES:

Players have 60 days from the date the winning ticket is validated and claimed to choose the cash or annuity option. Federal (25 percent) and state (5 percent) taxes are mandatorily withheld before the prize is paid. Players' ultimate tax liability may be more or less than the amounts withheld.

Annuity Option: Players will receive prizes in payments over the next 29 years (30 payments), less taxes. The jackpot amount advertised by the Lottery is the annuitized amount.

Cash Option: Players will collect prizes in one payment, less taxes. The lump sum cash payment is the amount available to the Lottery for the jackpot prize pool. It is approximately half the estimated annuity option jackpot, depending on current interest rates. This dollar amount represents the same amount of money the Lottery would have invested in an annuity.

LOTTO AMERICA JACKPOT PRIZES:

Players have 60 days from the date the winning ticket is validated and claimed to choose the cash or annuity option. Federal (25 percent) and state (5 percent) taxes are mandatorily withheld before the prize is paid. Players' ultimate tax liability may be more or less than the amounts withheld.

Annuity Option: Players will receive prizes in payments over the next 29 years (30 payments), less taxes. The jackpot amount advertised by the Lottery is the annuitized amount.

Cash Option: Players will collect prizes in one payment, less taxes. The lump sum cash payment is the amount available to the Lottery for the jackpot prize pool. It is approximately half the estimated annuity option jackpot, depending on current interest rates. This dollar amount represents the same amount of money the Lottery would have invested in an annuity.

PRIZES up to $599:

All prizes up to $599 may be claimed at most Kansas Lottery retail locations, regardless of where the ticket was sold. Some stores have certain times when they can cash larger prizes or have limited cash on hand, so be sure to tell the clerk the amount of the prize before the ticket is validated. Prizes may also be claimed at Kansas Lottery headquarters in Topeka. A claim form is required for prizes of $50 or more claimed at a Lottery office, whether in person or by mail. 

PRIZES $600 to $5,000:

Prizes over $599 must be, and all lesser prizes may be claimed, at Kansas Lottery headquarters in Topeka. Players must complete a claim form for prizes of $600 or more. Bring or mail the signed ticket and completed claim form to the Kansas Lottery office. Prizes of up to $5,000 can be claimed and a check received the same day.

PRIZES $5,001 and OVER:

Bring or mail the ticket and a completed claim form to the Kansas Lottery office. The Lottery is unable to issue you payment the same day you submit your claim on claims above $5,000. A check will be mailed to you, you may pick up the check later, or you may request an electronic deposit into your bank account. Please allow 7-10 days for mailed payments or electronic deposits. The payment will be for the prize amount, less mandatory withholdings of 25% federal tax and 5% state tax. Players' ultimate tax liability may be greater or lesser than the amounts withheld. Winners will receive a W2-G the next year to file with their taxes.

For electronic deposit please contact the Finance Department at 785-296-5734 to obtain a direct deposit form.  A voided check is also required for electronic deposit.

DOES THE LOTTERY SPLIT THE PRIZE MONEY AMONG MEMBERS OF A GROUP?

No, only one individual can claim a lottery ticket. Therefore, a group will have to designate one person to claim the prize. The remaining group members will need to complete and sign the Multi-Winner form, enabling the Lottery to properly report winnings to the appropriate taxing authorities.  The Lottery must receive the Multi-Winner form by December 31 of the year the prize is claimed. 

PRIZE EXPIRATION:

Draw tickets - Players have 365 days from the drawing date on the ticket to claim a prize.

Instant tickets - see the list of expired instant games to find the expiration date for that game.

WHERE CAN I GET A CLAIM FORM?

These forms are available at Kansas Lottery retailers or at the Lottery office. Be sure to make a copy for personal records. You can also download a claim form in a pdf format.

For the address of the Kansas Lottery office, visit contact us.

All prizes of $50 or more claimed at a Kansas Lottery office are subject to the Kansas setoff program. If you owe back taxes, child support or certain other debts, that money will be withheld from the prize amount.

White Ball

NumberFrequency
129
224
320
434
531
631
726
826
929
1033
1120
1230
1330
1423
1531
1627
1726
1820
1924
2021
2125
2215
2322
2426
2515
2622
2734
2820
2932
3025
3128
3229
3319
3421
3516
3629
3730
3820
3921
4026
4121
4223
4326
4430
4523
4629
4728
4835

Lucky Ball

NumberFrequency
115
218
310
46
515
610
715
810
918
1015
1110
1214
1311
1417
1515
1619
1713
1814

WHEN WE SAY "LUCKY FOR LIFE"

WE MEAN IT!

Lucky for Life Play Slip
  1. On November 15, 2016, the Kansas Lottery will begin sales of Lucky for Life, the newest multi-state draw game. It’s luck that lasts a lifetime!
  2. Lucky for Life features a top prize of $1,000 a day for life as well as a second prize of $25,000 a year for life. It is the only lottery draw game where the prize won is directly tied to the life of its winners.
  3. There are eight additional prize levels that pay from $3 to $5,000, so be sure to check all tickets purchased for possible prizes. You can buy tickets at Kansas Lottery retailers. See kslottery.com for retail stores near you.
  4. Plays cost $2 each. On a play slip, choose any 5 numbers between 1 and 48. Then pick 1 "Lucky Ball" number between 1 and 18. Or, skip the play slip and ask for a Quick Pick ticket and our computers can pick numbers for you! You can play up to five boards on a play slip and you can purchase a multi-draw ticket so you’ll be in the game for up to 15 draws!
  5. Lucky for Life drawings are held every Monday and Thursday at approximately 9:38 p.m. Central Time. Tickets must be purchased before 7:59 p.m. on draw days. You can find winning numbers and the taped video of drawings at kslottery.com or luckyforlife.us. You have 365 days from the date of the drawing to claim your prize.
  6. Both the top prize and second annuity prizes are payable for a winner’s natural life (minimum 20 years) or you can choose to get a one-time cash payment. The cash option is $5.75 million for the top prize and $390,000 for the second prize.
  7. Tickets cannot be cancelled after issued. You are responsible for the selection of your numbers and options, not the retailer nor the Lottery.

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