All or Nothing

All or Nothing is the only Texas Lottery game where you can collect $250,000 by not matching ANY numbers! Win the top prize if you match all 12 numbers drawn - or NONE of them. There are four draws a day, six days a week, Monday through Saturday. Tickets cost $2 and with 10 ways to win, there are lots of exciting prizes available.

To view the latest results, hit the All or Nothing Morning, Day, Evening, or Night link under Winning Numbers on the top menu.

How to Play

Choose 12 numbers from 1 to 24, or for a faster play mark the Quick Pick (QP) box on your playslip and the lottery computer will randomly generate your numbers. Each playboard is one play and costs $2; you can choose different numbers for each one.

Love your numbers? Play them up to 24 draws in a row by marking the number of games in the "Multi-Draw" box.

There are four All or Nothing draws daily, six days a week - Monday through Saturday:

  1. Morning: 10:00 AM CT
  2. Day: 12:27 PM CT
  3. Evening: 6:00 PM CT
  4. Night: 10:12 PM CT

There are four draw breaks every game day when ticket sales are paused, so to enter the next draw, make sure you complete your purchase before the cutoff:

  1. Morning: 9:50 to 10:03 AM CT
  2. Day: 12:17 to 12:30 PM CT
  3. Evening: 5:50 to 6:03 PM CT
  4. Night: 10:02 to 10:15 PM CT

Prizes and Odds of Winning

Win the top prize of $250,000 if you match all 12 numbers drawn by the Lottery - or none of them! There are also a range of other great prizes to be won, including a $500 second prize if you match 11 numbers OR just one. Check out the table for details on all the available prizes, how many numbers you need to match to win, and the odds of taking home a payout (overall odds of hitting any All or Nothing prize are 1 in 4.5):

TX All or Nothing Prizes and Odds
Match Prizes Odds
12 $250,000* 1 in 2,704,156
11 $500 1 in 18,779
10 $50 1 in 621
9 $10 1 in 56
8 $2 1 in 11
4 $2 1 in 11
3 $10 1 in 56
2 $50 1 in 621
1 $500 1 in 18,779
0 $250,000* 1 in 2,704,156

*If there are over 20 top prize-winning tickets in a draw, the jackpot is shared equally among the winners (pari-mutuel); the amount is determined by the number of winning plays and total sales. A liability cap of $5 million is divided equally among the top prize-winning tickets.