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Mega Millions drawings are held at 10:00 p.m. every Tuesday and Friday. Players have until 8:59 p.m. on draw days to purchase Mega Millions tickets.
Mega Millions

Current Jackpot

$97,000,000

Cash Option $75,100,000


Winning Numbers
10/20/2020
  • 46
  • 54
  • 57
  • 58
  • 66
  • 10 3
(effective October 28, 2017)
How to win in Mega Millions including odds of winning on $2 ticket
Match Win Odds
5 numbers and the Mega Ball *Win or share the jackpot 1 in 302,575,350
5 numbers but not the Mega Ball $1,000,000 1 in 12,607,306
4 numbers and the Mega Ball $10,000 1 in 931,001
4 numbers but not the Mega Ball $500 1 in 38,792
3 numbers and the Mega Ball $200 1 in 14,547
3 numbers but not the Mega Ball $10 1 in 606
2 numbers and the Mega Ball $10 1 in 693
1 number and the Mega Ball $4 1 in 89
Only the Mega Ball $2 1 in 37

Overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 24.

*If more than one winner Jackpot amount will be divided between multiple winners. The Jackpot prize is paid in 30 annual installments unless the Cash Option is selected.

DID YOU WIN?

Ways to find out if you're a Mega Millions winner:

  • Watch your local 10 p.m. television newscast.
  • Read your newspaper the day after the drawing.
  • Check your ticket at a Kansas Lottery retailer location.
  • Visit the Mega Millions Winning Numbers page.
  • Call the Kansas Lottery's hotline at 1-800-544-9467.
  • To receive winning numbers via email, sign up for the Kansas Lottery Players Club.

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.

Charts reflect the frequency of numbers between October 31, 2017 and date of last drawing.

White Ball

NumberFrequency
123
222
325
427
515
618
718
828
920
1031
1128
1222
1321
1429
1524
1624
1730
1817
1914
2025
2114
2224
2320
2426
2525
2617
2721
2827
2924
3023
3131
3222
3323
3425
3515
3614
3725
3825
3925
4019
4120
4228
4330
4425
4513
4625
4720
4831
4920
5015
5114
5218
5322
5422
5515
5624
5724
5823
5923
6023
6120
6229
6319
6426
6516
6621
6719
6820
6914
7030

Megaball

NumberFrequency
111
212
314
413
58
613
711
812
98
1010
1111
128
1314
1414
157
168
177
1821
1911
2012
2118
2210
2311
2419
2513

Megaplier

NumberFrequency
2119
3111
465
516
(effective April 3, 2020)

Mega Millions jackpots start at $20 million. There are 9 ways to win and if you Megaply, you could win $5 million without even hitting the jackpot.

Mega Millions Play Slip
  1. Ask the store clerk for a Quick Pick (QP) ticket or fill out a play slip. Each play slip has five boards. Each board costs $2. Each board contains two sets of numbers: one set from 1 through 70 and the second set from 1 through 25.
  2. To play a board, pick five numbers from the set of 70 numbers, then pick one number (the Megaball®) from the set of 25 numbers. Fill in the circles for the numbers you wish to play. Do not use red ink and do not erase. If you make an error, mark the VOID circle, and then make selections on another board.
  3. You may purchase the same boards for up to 15 consecutive draws on one single ticket when you check the appropriate number of draws in the multi-draw box.
  4. You may select QP and have the computer randomly pick the numbers for you. Either mark the QP option on the play slip for up to five boards and your desired multi-draw option or ask the store clerk for a QP ticket for up to 10 boards and your desired multi-draw option
  5. To multiply any prize won up to five times* (except the jackpot), mark the Megaplier™ circle or tell the clerk you want the Megaplier option. This will add an additional $1 to the total cost of your wager on all boards played.
  6. Tickets cannot be cancelled after issued. You are responsible for the selection of your numbers and options, not the retailer or the Lottery.

NEW FEATURE – JUST THE JACKPOT

To play only for the jackpot prize, ask the clerk for a "Just the Jackpot" wager. You can pick your own numbers by telling the clerk to enter the numbers you want, or let the terminal pick them for you (QP). You will get two plays for $3. Each $3 play will give you a chance to win the jackpot, but no other prizes.

*The jackpot prize is not included in the Megaplier multiplier option.

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