Texas Lottery Winners
Texas Lottery players regularly hit incredible prizes, and you can find the latest news and winner stories from the Lone Star State right here.
McKinney Player Claims "$5 Million Fortune" Top Prize
Claimed June 10, 2021 - A McKinney resident, who wishes to remain anonymous, has come forward to claim the grand prize on the "$5 Million Fortune" scratch game. The player bought the ticket from QuikTrip #963 at 1750 Wilmeth Road in McKinney. The impressive win was the second of a total of four $5 million prizes the game offers as part of its overall prize pool worth over $225 million! The overall chances of taking home any prize are 1 in 3.53.
$5 Million Lotto Texas Jackpot Won in Longview
Won June 5, 2021 - A Lotto Texas ticket sold in Longview has hit the game's $5 million jackpot. The Quick Pick ticket was bought at EZ Bee 49, located at 514 S. Eastman Road and hit all six winning numbers - 5, 11, 20, 24, 27 and 46. The ticket-holder chose the cash value payment at purchase, so they'll enjoy a payout of $3,755,592.41 prior to taxes. The prize must be claimed within 180 days from the winning draw or it will expire.
"With a jackpot winner in each of the last two draws, Lotto Texas has been on quite a run," said Gary Grief, executive director of the Texas Lottery. "If you have the winning ticket, we encourage you to sign the ticket, put it in a safe place, seek financial and legal advice, and call the Texas Lottery to schedule an appointment to claim the prize. We look forward to meeting our newest Lotto Texas jackpot winner."
Plano Ticket Hits $18.75 Million Lotto Texas Jackpot
Won June 2, 2021 - The lucky Lotto Texas ticket was sold by Xpress Food & Fuel at 800 E. Parker Road in Plano and matched all the winning numbers selected on June 2: 22, 33, 44, 45, 47 and 54. The winner chose the lump sum payout when they purchased the ticket, meaning they'll take home $14,259,272.66 before withholdings. The clock is now ticking to claim the big win within 180 days of the drawing.
"We look forward to meeting our newest Lotto Texas jackpot winner," said Gary Grief, executive director of the Texas Lottery. "If you have the winning ticket, we encourage you to sign the ticket, put it in a safe place, seek financial and legal advice, and call the Texas Lotteryto schedule an appointmentto claim the prize."
$5 Million Scratch Prizes Claimed in Arlington and San Antonio
Claimed May 2021 - An anonymous San Antonio player is $5 million better off claiming a win on the "$200 Million Ca$h" scratch game on May 24. The ticket was purchased from Popular Food Mart at 1439 E. Southcross Blvd. in San Antonio. The win was the final $5 million prize out of a total of four claimed for the game. $200 Million Ca$h features over $211 million to be won, with good overall odds of 1 in 3.39.
Earlier in the month, an Arlington resident stepped forward to cash the game's third $5 million prize-winning ticket on May 11. The ticket was purchased at Matlock Food Mart, located at 5400 Matlock Road in Arlington.
$6.25 Million Lotto Texas Top Prize Claimed in Baytown
Claimed May 17, 2021 - A Baytown player claimed the Lotto Texas jackpot they scored in the February 10 draw after matching all the winning numbers: 26, 27, 34, 37, 48, 53. The Quick Pick ticket was bought from Rush 3 at 5495 FM 3180 Road, Baytown. The anonymous winner opted for the lump sum payout and will receive $4,972,487.61, minus taxes.
$5 Million Scratch Game Prize Claimed in Tomball
Won March 9, 2021 - A TX Lottery player in Tomball has enjoyed a $5 million payday from the scratch game "$5 Million Fortune." The winning ticket was purchased at Nick's Food Store at 615 W. Main Street in Tomball. It's the first of the game's five top prize tickets worth $5 million each to be won. $5 Million Fortune has over $225 million in its prize pool, and the overall chances of winning any payout are 1 in 3.53.
San Antonio Winner Claims $5.5 Million Lotto Texas Jackpot
Claimed March 4, 2021 - A San Antonio resident had millions of reasons to smile after hitting the Lotto Texas top prize in January. The player, who wished to remain anonymous, took the cash value option of $4,397,867.63, minus taxes. The lucky Quick Pick ticket matched all six numbers in the January 20 draw: 6, 14, 30, 45, 49, 50. The ticket was sold by Allsups #102247, at 907 N. Austin St. in Comanche.
Forney Player Collects $5 Million Scratch Game Prize
Claimed December 30, 2020 - Someone in Forney is all set for a very happy New Year! The anonymous resident stepped forward to cash their scratch ticket valued at $5 million from the "$200 Million Ca$h" game. The ticket was sold by Stop N Start Travel Center #2, located at 506 W. Washington St. in Kosse. It's the second of the game's four grand prizes hit so far; the total prize pool offers over $211 million to be won and overall chances of taking home a prize are 1 in 3.39.
$9 Million Lotto Texas Jackpot Claimed in El Paso
Claimed December 9, 2020 - It could be the best holiday season ever for one lucky El Paso resident, who's wasted no time in claiming the Lotto Texas top prize they won on November 28 after matching all six numbers drawn: 9, 13, 17, 20, 26 and 28. The ticket was sold at 7-Eleven #606, located at 1733 Brown St.
The Lotto Texas jackpot had been rolling since it was last won on September 30, when an anonymous Seguin resident won the $47 million top prize, which they took as a cash option of $39,767,339.23.
San Antonio Player Claims $5 Million Scratch Ticket Win
Claimed December 8, 2020 - An anonymous San Antonio resident has claimed a $5 million windfall won on the scratch ticket game "$200 Million Ca$h." The winner bought the lucky ticket at NYS Food Mart, located at 4927 Rigsby Ave. inSan Antonio. It was the first of four grand prizes of $5 million each to be won on $200 Million Ca$h, which has a kitty of more than $211 million in prizes and overall odds of winning of 1 in 3.39.
$1 Million Win on Scratch Ticket for Katy Resident
Won November 20, 2020 - A Katy resident, who chose to stay anonymous, has come forward to claim a $1 million top prize won on the Mad Money Multiplier scratch game. The lucky ticket was sold by Sal's Mart, at 19550 Clay Road in Katy.
The big win was the first of the Mad Money Multiplier's 10 $1 million top prizes to be hit. The game features a total of $100 million in cash prizes, with overall odds of winning of 1 in 2.98.
Texas Two Step Jackpot Won in Houston
Won October 12, 2020 - Texas Two Step danced its way to another jackpot win, delivering on its record as the game with the highest number of top prize winners in the state. The lucky $200,000 ticket was purchased in Houston on October 12, so be sure to check your Two Step numbers.
Four Players Win Big On Same Night
Won October 8, 2020 - This month has produced an "October surprise" - but not the political kind. October 8 was a lucky night for four Texans as top prizes for All or Nothing, Cash Five, plus the Texas Two Step jackpot were all hit, delivering total winnings of $1.55 million.
"The first time it happened, ironically, was on October 8, 2012, so this date appears to be a lucky one for our players. We would like to congratulate this group of winners and we look forward to meeting each one of them when they claim their prize," said Gary Grief, the Texas Lottery's executive director.
Two winners will share the $1.275 million Texas Two Step top prize after they both matched all the numbers drawn. One of the lucky tickets was sold in Cedar Park and the second in Kerrville.
The winning All or Nothing Night ticket was purchased in Grapevine, and is worth $250,000.
A Houston player also won a $25,000 prize on Cash Five.
Prior to this, the most recent date all three games were won on the same day was also in October! A $225,000 ticket was purchased in Richardson, a $250,00 All or Nothing ticket was sold in Seguin and a $16,706 Cash Five ticket was bought in Corpus Christi for the draws on October 16, 2014.
$47 Million Lotto Texas Jackpot Won
Won September 30, 2020 - A truly Texas-sized prize, the $47 million Lotto jackpot was won for the first time in eight months by a ticket sold at Pic N Pac 10 at 109 Highway 123 N. Bypass in Seguin, Guadalupe County. The winner has not yet come forward to claim - under state law, they will be able to remain anonymous if they wish.
The incredible jackpot began at $5 million on January 18 and went through a record 73 rollovers. It was the game's largest prize since $97 million was won in Dallas in May 2010.
The lucky winner, a Seguin resident who chose to stay anonymous, claimed the prize in October and took the $39,767,339.23 cash option they selected at the time of purchase.
Dallas and Forth Worth Residents Hit Scratch Ticket Prizes
Claimed September 17, 2020 - A Fort Worth player claimed one of the $2.5 million top prizes in the Instant Millionaire scratch ticket game after buying the ticket at CEFCO FoodStore #71, 2016 S. 1st St. in Temple. The claimant chose to stay anonymous. It was the seventh of 10 first prizes to be claimed. The game offers over $519 million in total to be won.
Claimed October 13, 2020 -A month later, a Dallas resident collected one of the Instant Millionaire $1 million second-level prizes. The winner opted to stay anonymous. They purchased the lucky ticket at Albertsons #4105, 4625 Frankford Road in Dallas. The win was the 25th of the game's 40 second prizes to be hit.
Dallas Player Collects $1 Million Mega Millions Prize
Won September 1, 2020 - A Dallas resident collected a $1 million Match 5 Mega Millions win. The ticket was sold at Kwik Way Grocery, 12405 Jupiter Road in Dallas. The lucky winner decided to keep their identity private. The winning ticket matched the five white balls, 15, 25, 26, 38, and 47, but missed the gold Mega Ball, 22, scoring the second-tier Match 5 prize.
Texas Powerball Wins in Taylor and Clute
Won May 13, 2020 - A Powerball player in Taylor collected a $2.2 million Match 5 win in September. The Williamson County resident, who chose to stay anonymous, hit the game's second prize in the May 13 draw. The lucky ticket was purchased at the Power Food Mart, 600 N. Main St. in Taylor.
A Clute resident also recently claimed an amazing Powerball prize after winning $2 million in the September 16 drawing. The player from Brazoria County, near Houston, opted to remain anonymous. The Quick Pick ticket was purchased at Kroger 149, 800 N. Dixie Drive in Clute and matched all five white ball numbers, 10, 17, 31, 51, and 53, only missing the red Powerball, 1.
The game's Match 5 second prize is normally worth $1 million, but doubled in value because the Power Play multiplier was added for an extra $1. The Power Play number was 2X.