You can find the Friday, October 18, 2019 winning numbers for 5 Card Cash on this page once the drawing occurs. To stay up to date with the latest lottery information, download our mobile app.
time until draw
|Game Name||Entry Close Time||Possible Numbers||Prize Type||Draw Time||Draw Days|
|Powerball||6:59 PM MST||5 from 1-69 and 1 from 1-26||Jackpot||8:59 PM MST||Wednesday and Saturday|
|Mega Millions||6:59 PM MST||5 from 1-70 and 1 from 1-25||Jackpot||9:00 PM MST||Tuesday and Friday|
|The Pick||6:59 PM MST||6 from 1-44||Jackpot||7:00 PM MST||Wednesday and Saturday|
|Triple Twist||6:59 PM MST||6 from 1-42||Jackpot||7:00 PM MST||Daily|
|Fantasy 5||6:59 PM MST||5 from 1-41||Jackpot||7:00 PM MST||Daily|
|Pick 3||6:59 PM MST||3 from 0-9||Top Prize||7:00 PM MST||Daily|
Can I remain anonymous if I win the lottery in Arizona?
Per state law, the names of winners or legally formed entities that are paid lottery prizes or winnings of $600 or more are kept confidential for 90 days from the date the prize is awarded and are not a public record during that period. In accordance with Arizona Revised Statute (A.R.S.) §5-573(D), winners of $100,000 or more can opt to keep their name permanently confidential. However, information regarding the winner's city and county of residence is not confidential.
How much is the AZ Lottery today?
You can find the latest Arizona Lottery jackpot amounts for all of your favorite games here on the Lottery.com Arizona Lottery Results page.
How much will I pay in taxes if I win the Arizona Lottery?
By law, Arizona is required to withhold 4.8% in state taxes and 24% in federal taxes for all prizes greater than $600.
How long does it take to receive AZ Lottery winnings?
It typically takes about three business days to process the claim from when it’s received but may take up to two weeks.
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Arizona became the first state west of the Mississippi to approve a lottery when the statewide public initiative passed in November 1980, followed by its official launch in 1981.
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