Georgia Lottery Live
Georgia lottery live draw results and winning numbers right here. Extra features to make your play more fun and better-informed include a frequency chart, Smart Picks, Jackpot Analysis and more. GA lottery games include Powerball, MEGA Millions, Cash4Life, Fantasy 5, Jumbo Bucks, Cash 3, Cash 4 and FIVE.
The Georgia Lottery has created over 750 millionaires and contributed more than $21 billion to local education since its creation in 1992. Players enjoy one of the largest range of games in the country, including around 90 instant win games and 11 draw games. The state is home to the Mega Millions draw, held in Atlanta every Tuesday and Friday. Georgia also participates in Powerball and Cash4Life.
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Georgia MultiState Lottery Results
Georgia residents can also take part in the Multi-State lotteries Megamillions, Powerball and Cash4Life.
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There are games drawn every day in the Peach State, but if you just can't wait, you can go for instant win whenever you need a little extra excitement. All of Georgia's in-state games have daily draws, with the exception of Jumbo Bucks Lotto, which is every Monday and Thursday.
The multi-state games are each drawn twice a week: Mega Millions draws are held on Tuesday and Friday; Powerball draws take place every Wednesday and Saturday; and Cash4Life is drawn on Monday and Thursday.
Check the Live Draw page for a full rundown of every day's draw schedule.
Jumbo Bucks Lotto
If you like big bucks, this game has a $1 million starting jackpot that rolls until it's won. The Cash Match option offers even more ways to win, and the Multiplier can grow your prize up to 10 times.
This daily game has a minimum jackpot of $125,000, and if it's not won, the amount rolls over and increases the cash to be won in the next draw. Add Cash Match and you could win up to a $500 cash prize on the spot, with five chances to win per ticket.
There's no easier way to win a cash prize - just pick a number from 1 through 15 and wait for one of the five daily drawings.
Win a cash payout of up to $500 three times every day, with 13 different ways to play and get paid.
Win a top prize of $5,000 three times a day just by picking the right four-digit.
Drawing schedule: Three draws daily (ET) - 12:29 pm (Midday), 6:59 pm (Evening), and 11:34 pm (Night).
Up to $10,000 cash is up for grabs twice every day, with 15 ways to win a prize.
Drawn right in Atlanta, Mega Millions delivers some of the biggest lottery prizes in the world, with the jackpot regularly climbing to hundreds of millions and a $1 million second prize. Add the Megaplier option to multiply non-jackpot prizes.
This iconic game is played across 48 U.S. states and jurisdictions, offering multimillion-dollar jackpots and nine total prize levels. The Power Play add-on multiplies prizes below the jackpot.
Cash 4 Life
This annuity game offers players a top prize of $1,000 per day for the rest of their life, with a second prize of $1,000 per week for life.
About the Georgia Lottery
In November 1992, The Georgia Lottery Corporation (GLC) was formed to operate the new state lottery. The lottery's mission was to contribute to funding education in the state as per the Lottery for Education Act.
Since its launch, the lottery has seen net sales of over $80 billion and raised more than $21 billion for education. The lottery has funded college scholarships and tuition grants, with over 1.8 million students attending local colleges with HOPE scholarships. Another beneficiary of lottery contributions is the Georgia Prekindergarten Program for all four-year-olds in the state - over 1.6 million children have attended the program. In addition, the state's public schools have received more than $1.8 billion in capital outlay and technology funding.
The GLC has about 370 staff across its eight district offices. Around 8,700 authorized retailers statewide sell lottery tickets.
Biggest Georgia Lottery Winners
Georgia is one of the top states that loves playing the lottery. The average resident spends $515.17 per year on lottery tickets (the average U.S. adult spends about $288 per year). That makes the Peach State the fifth highest-spending state in the country. With five percent of Georgia residents saying they buy a ticket every day, the lottery had sales of more than $4.02 billion in 2017.
Here are the biggest Georgia winners who really got some bang for their buck:
- Ira Curry from Stone Mountain bought a Mega Millions ticket on the spur of the moment while on her way to work. The insurance executive won half the $648 million jackpot in the December 17, 2013 draw. She chose the cash option payout and received $173,819,742.50 before taxes. The 56-year-old grandmother said she chose her winning numbers based on family birthdays and the lucky number 7. The other winner was delivery driver Steve Tran of California.
- An $83 million Mega Millions jackpot was won on November 18, 2016 by ADirectConnection LLC.
- A $77.1 million Powerball jackpot ticket was purchased on June 29, 2011. Sadly, the prize was never claimed and eventually expired. The identity of the winner is unknown.
- Christina Ford of Dallas, Georgia won a $7.5 million Mega Millions prize on July 22, 2016. The retired 64-year-old split the $15 million jackpot with Kevin Young of Virginia.
How to Claim a Georgia Lottery Prize
Be sure to always sign the back of your ticket and store it in a safe place until you're ready to claim. Draw game winners have 180 days from the date of the drawing to claim their prize before it expires. Instant win prizes must be claimed within 90 days of the end of the game.
Winners can stay anonymous in Georgia, so you have the option to keep your identity private if you choose.
Prizes of $600 and below may be claimed at any of the state's authorized retailers, a lottery office, or by mailing your claim to the lottery. If you paid for your ticket with cash, you'll need the ticket, proof of address, and your social security card.
Prizes of $600 and above must be claimed at a lottery office or by mail. In addition to your ticket, you will need to a completed Claim Form and two forms of identification.
See the Where to Claim Prizes page for more information.
Georgia Lottery Rules
You must be 18 or older to purchase lottery tickets or claim prizes in Georgia.
Lottery prizes are taxable, and authorities are informed about wins of $600 and above. For amounts over $5,000, federal withholding taxes of 25 percent are state income taxes of six percent are withheld.