Michigan Lottery Games

GamePrize TypeNumbersSale Closes
Daily 3 MiddayTop Prize3 from 0-912:39 p.m.
Daily 3 EveningTop Prize3 from 0-97:08 p.m.
Daily 4 MiddayTop Prize4 from 0-912:39 p.m.
Daily 4 EveningTop Prize4 from 0-97:08 p.m.
Fantasy 5Jackpot5 from 1-397:08 p.m.
Lotto 47Jackpot6 from 1-477:08 p.m.
KenoTop Prize10 from 1-807:08 p.m.
Poker LottoTop PrizeQP 5 cards from 527:08 p.m.
PowerballJackpot5 from 1-69 + 1 from 1-269:45 p.m.
Mega MillionsJackpot5 from 1-70 + 1 from 1-2510:45 p.m.
Lucky for LifeTop Prize5 from 1-48 + 1 from 1-189:04 p.m.

Game Schedule

Daily 3 Midday12:59 p.m.12:59 p.m.12:59 p.m.12:59 p.m.12:59 p.m.12:59 p.m.12:59 p.m.
Daily 3 Evening7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.
Daily 4 Midday12:59 p.m.12:59 p.m.12:59 p.m.12:59 p.m.12:59 p.m.12:59 p.m.12:59 p.m.
Daily 4 Evening7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.
Fantasy 57:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.
Lotto 477:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.
Keno7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.
Poker Lotto7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.7:29 p.m.
Powerball10:59 p.m.10:59 p.m.
Mega Millions11:00 p.m.11:00 p.m.
Lucky for Life10:35 p.m.10:35 p.m.

*All times are displayed in Michigan local time.

Michigan Lottery COVID 19 Update

We have been watching the coivd 19 effects closely and have collected the most recent information to assist during those troubling times.

Updated August 11, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Michigan Lottery Claim Centers have been closed to the public. Lottery Claim Centers are now open by appointment only. Mail-in and drop-off claims also are accepted. Additional information about Claim Center procedures may be found below. We value your business and appreciate your patience while we work to process prize claims as quickly and as safely as possible.

Claim Centers are currently open by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, call 1-844-917-6325 and select the office you would like to visit. Appointment space is limited. All players claiming a prize should bring their government issued photo ID and Social Security card. The name on the government issued photo ID and Social Security card must match in order for the claim to be processed.

If you are unable to schedule an appointment or concerned about visiting a Claim Center in person, please consider mailing your claim or dropping your claim off outside a Claim Center. These options are discussed further below.

Cliaming options:

  • By mail:
    Michigan Lottery
    Attn: Claim Center
    PO Box 30023
    Lansing, MI 48909
  • Drop Off claim is available at the above address.
    claims will be accepted from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. 

Advanced Draws

Number of consecutive draws each Michigan State Lottery games allows you to play:

GameAdvanced Draws
Daily 3 Middayup to 60
Daily 3 Eveningup to 60
Daily 4 Middayup to 60
Daily 4 Eveningup to 60
Fantasy 5up to 60
Lotto 47up to 60
Kenoup to 60
Poker LottoN/A
Powerballup to 30
Mega Millionsup to 30
Lucky for Lifeup to 30

Tax Information

Michigan Lottery Federal, and state tax withholdings on winnings for U.S. citizens or residents. 

WinningsTax CategoryPercentage
Over $5,000State Tax4.3%
Over $5,000Federal Tax24.0%

If the winner is not a U.S. citizen or is not a US resident, Michigan Lottery tax withholdings on winnings are as such:

WinningsTax CategoryPercentage
Over $600State Tax4.3%
Over $600Federal Tax30.0%
Michigan State Lottery

About the Michigan Lottery

he Michigan state lottery has become a popular form of gambling for many of its residents. The lottery began on the 13th of November, 1972, with a game called the Green Ticket. Lotto 47, one of the most popular lotto games in Michigan, launched in 2005. However, the Michigan lottery has grown since it’s conception.



It now offers a variety of different games both on and offline. One popular innovation is the Michigan lottery second chance promotion, which was established in February 2019 and is set to end in February 2021. The promotion offers players the opportunity to use their Michigan lottery codes from non-winning instant games, to win further prizes.



However, there are still many things to consider when it comes to this popular game. What are the odds of you winning a prize? Who can compete, and what are the rules? We’ll take a closer look at how the games work, which variants are available, submitting claims, game rules, and the biggest winners.

In 2012, a man named Donald Lawson won the biggest amount of all the Michigan lottery winners to date. The prize totalled $337,000,000 and was the result of a Michigan lottery Powerball draw. 


What are the odds of winning the lottery in Michigan? It depends on which variant of the lottery you play. For example, if you play the 47 jackpot, the chances are one in 10,737,573 that you’ll win. However, if you play the Michigan lottery Mega Millions, you’re looking at 302,575,350 to one.

If you want to watch the Michigan lottery results live, you can watch the draws on CBS Detroit. Alternatively, you can find the results on the website, or download the Michigan lottery ticket scanner on your smartphone to scan your ticket.

You have to predict the numbers that are selected at the live draw. Playing regularly will increase the likelihood of a win, but you could also try playing some of the instant games which typically offer small jackpots.

You can buy tickets through the Michigan Lottery phone app. Many users have developed a liking for playing online because it offers virtual Michigan lottery scratch cards. You can also purchase tickets in stores.

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The Michigan Lottery Lucky for Life draw happens every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:35 P.M.


The Daily 3 Evening, Daily 4 Evening, Fantasy 5, Keno, and Poker Lotto are drawn daily at 7:29 P.M. However, the Daily 3 Midday and Daily 4 Midday are daily at 12:59 P.M.


The Powerball draw is on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10:59 P.M., while Mega Millions happens on Tuesdays and Fridays at 11:00 P.M.

If you play online, there are several options in your account settings. Offline, ticket retailers at participating stores will cash out a ticket for $600 or less. For larger amounts, you must make an appointment at a collection office, arrange a drop-off at a collection center, or apply to have your winnings paid out by mail.


Michigan Lottery also allows players to withdraw winnings online in the form of vouchers for retail stores.

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