Delaware Lottery Games
|Game||Prize Type||Numbers||Sale Closes|
|Play 3 Day||Top Prize||3 from 0-9||1:40 p.m.|
|Play 3 Night||Top Prize||3 from 0-9||7:30 p.m.|
|Play 4 Day||Top Prize||4 from 0-9||1:40 p.m.|
|Play 4 Night||Top Prize||4 from 0-9||7:30 p.m.|
|Multi-Win Lotto||Jackpot||6 from 1-35||7:30 p.m.|
|Powerball||Jackpot||5 from 1-69 + 1 from 1-26||9:45 p.m.|
|Mega Millions||Jackpot||5 from 1-70 + 1 from 1-25||9:45 p.m.|
|Lotto America||Jackpot||5 from 1-52 +1 from 1-10||9:45 p.m.|
|Lucky for Life||Top Prize||5 from 1-48 + 1 from 1-18||9:30 p.m.|
|Play 3 Day||1:58 p.m.||1:58 p.m.||1:58 p.m.||1:58 p.m.||1:58 p.m.||1:58 p.m.|
|Play 3 Night||7:57 p.m.||7:57 p.m.||7:57 p.m.||7:57 p.m.||7:57 p.m.||7:57 p.m.||7:57 p.m.|
|Play 4 Day||1:58 p.m.||1:58 p.m.||1:58 p.m.||1:58 p.m.||1:58 p.m.||1:58 p.m.|
|Play 4 Night||7:57 p.m.||7:57 p.m.||7:57 p.m.||7:57 p.m.||7:57 p.m.||7:57 p.m.||7:57 p.m.|
|Multi-Win Lotto||7:57 p.m.||7:57 p.m.||7:57 p.m.|
|Powerball||10:59 p.m.||10:59 p.m.|
|Mega Millions||11:00 pm.||11:00 pm.|
|Lotto America||11:00 pm.||11:00 pm.|
|Lucky for Life||10:38 pm.||10:38 pm.|
*All times are displayed in Delaware local time.
The number of consecutive draws each Delaware state lottery games allows you to play:
|Play 3 Day||up to 7|
|Play 3 Night||up to 7|
|Play 4 Day||up to 7|
|Play 4 Night||up to 7|
|Multi-Win Lotto||up to 10|
|Powerball||up to 10|
|Mega Millions||up to 10|
|Lotto America||up to 10|
|Lucky for Life||up to 10|
Delaware lottery federal, and state tax withholdings on winnings for U.S. citizens or residents.
|Over $5,000||State Tax||0.0%|
|Over $5,000||Federal Tax||24.0%|
If the winner is not a U.S. citizen or is not a US resident, Delaware Lottery tax withholdings on winnings are as such:
|Over $5,000||State Tax||0.0%|
|Over $5,000||Federal Tax||30.0%|
The Delaware Lottery
The Delaware State Lottery was established in 1974 when the General Assembly of the state-approved the legislation. In 1976, Delaware Lottery scratch games came about. The 1990s were quite eventful for the state games․ With the introduction of Lotto America in 1991, Powerball in 1992, and Video Lottery in 1994, the games expanded and gained even more traction. Delaware Lottery introduced newer games throughout the 2000s. Multi-Win Lotto started in 2005, followed by Hot Lotto, which closed in 2017.
In 2010, Mega Millions came to the state. In the meantime, casino table games started gaining popularity everywhere. Because of this, their introduction to the Lottery Delaware family was appropriate.
As in many other states, part of the game revenue goes to the General Fund of Delaware. The fund then spends the budget to improve state areas, allocates money for social services, safety, and public health. Almost $6 billion has entered the state fund since 1975.
Delaware Lottery FAQ
Delaware State Lottery offers the following classic games:
Play 3® is a game where you select three digits and a bet type. Then you wait for the draw.
Play 4® is similar to Play 3®, but you choose four instead of three digits.
Delaware Lottery Powerball® is part of a Multi-State draw game system. Here you are up against the luring $40 million jackpot!
Delaware Lottery Mega Millions® gives you the chance to win the jackpot and the accompanying prizes from $2 to $1 million!
Delaware Lottery Lucky For Life® is an all-favorite game because it's the most fun! The top prize for this game is $1,000 for each day for life! Other cash prizes are also available.
Lotto America® is a multi-state lottery. Its jackpot and eight set cash prizes are guaranteed to blow everybody's minds.
Multi-win Lotto is a game where even not matching gives you a win!
Instant Games are everybody's favorites. All you have to do is choose your favorite ticket and scratch away.
Other games include Sports Lottery, Video Lottery, iGaming, Table Games, and Keno.
Yes. Delaware Lottery winners can stay anonymous.
You can check Delaware Lottery results on the website, in the newspaper, or via a call. Delaware Lottery winning numbers get updated every time the draw is held, so you'll always find the latest winning numbers.
Depending on the amount you won, you can claim the prize in one of the following three places:
Delaware Lottery authorized retailer
Delaware Lottery Office
Delaware Lottery Redemption Center
If your winnings are less than $599, mailing the signed ticket to the Delaware Lottery Office will also work. For winnings over $5,000, you're going to need a government-issued ID and a Social Security Card.
Yes, your prize money is subject to the following taxes:
Delaware Income tax
Federal Income tax
Delaware Lottery will also retain 24% of the winnings when the prize amount is higher than $5,000.
The legal age for buying lottery tickets in Delaware is 18 years old.
While the lottery website advertises the mobile app in the FAQ section, the link doesn't work. Plus, we failed to find an official Delaware Lottery app either on the App Store or on Google Play. However, the delottery.com works quite well on mobile browsers.
Who needs Delaware Lottery Second Chance, when you can win $150,000 during the first! An anonymous person collected their $150,000 Fortune Instant Game win on March 18, 2020.
You won't currently find any Delaware Lottery codes on the internet. Still, the promo page includes several event promotions you can get from the lottery retailers.
Delaware Lottery numbers get selected randomly and depend on the game you're playing.
The winning odds are highly dependent on the game and bidding type you choose.
The results of the Delaware Lottery game should always have proof. Keep your ticket safe until you claim your prize.
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