Florida Lottery Numbers and Results
Looking for Florida Lottery Numbers and Results? In 1986, voters passed a constitutional amendment to establish a state lottery and raise funds for educational initiatives. Click here to see the latest Florida lottery numbers and results.
The first Florida Lottery tickets were sold in 1988. In its first three weeks of operation, the lottery repaid $15.5 million owed to the state’s general fund.
The Florida Lotto made headlines in August 2017 when a Panamanian woman won $30 million after playing through a concierge service. The winner had signed up from home to play every draw for an entire month, and lottery staff bought tickets in Florida for her.
Since its launch, the Florida Lottery has funded educational initiatives across the state.
Can I purchase tickets by mail or online?
No. The Florida Lottery does not offer tickets by mail or online. Tickets must be purchased from an authorized lottery retailer in Florida.
Can I buy lottery tickets in advance?
Yes, you can add additional consecutive draws to your lotto playslip. Check out our Advanced Draws section to find out how many games you can play at a time.
Can I remain anonymous if I win a lottery prize?
No. If you win, your name, city of residence, the game you won, and winning date are made public. Phone numbers and home addresses remain confidential.
We suggest that you consult a lawyer before claiming any big prizes, however, as it may be possible to claim your prize through a trust to retain anonymity.
How old must I be to play the Florida Lottery?
You must be 18 or older to play.
How long do I have to collect my winnings?
You have 180 days from the date of the draw to claim your lottery winnings. If you wish to choose the cash option, you must claim your prize within 60 days of the draw.
Where do the Florida Lottery funds go?
Florida Lottery ticket proceeds help fund the state’s schools, including by providing technologies, scholarships, and books.
What lottery games can I play in Florida?
You can pick from Fantasy 5, Powerball, Jackpot Triple Play, Mega Millions, Cash4Life, Florida Lotto, Pick 2, Pick 3, Pick 4, and Pick 5.
Are Florida Lottery prizes taxable?
The Florida Lottery reports all winnings of $600 or more claimed by U.S. citizens or residents to the IRS. The Florida Lottery also withholds federal taxes on certain winnings. See our Tax Information section for more details.
What happens if my ticket is stolen or lost?
The Florida Lottery is not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen tickets. Keep tickets in a safe place. Signing your ticket helps prove you own it in case you lose it.
Where can I find results for Florida on a particular day of the week?
Use the following links to find results for the day you are looking for:
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Here’s the process for claiming Florida Lottery prizes.
Prizes with an annual payment option have to be claimed at the Florida Lottery Headquarters.
Appointments are available but not required. Visit the Florida Lottery website to schedule your appointment.
When claiming prizes by drop box, you need to deposit an envelope that includes the winning ticket along with a completed claim form and a copy of your ID.
To claim a prize by mail, send the signed winning ticket, a completed claim form, and a copy of your ID to any of the claim centers or directly to the headquarters located at:
250 Marriott Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32399-9939
For claiming prizes over $50,000, you must also include the completed Method of Prize Payment form.
Keep a copy of all claim documents for your records.
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