Friday, May 29, 2020 Texas Mega Millions Winning Numbers

These are the Friday, May 29, 2020 winning numbers for Mega Millions. To stay up to date with the latest lottery information, download our mobile app.

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Mega Millions

05/29/2020

$336 MILLION

Jackpot

10
13
32
41
51
3

Megaplier: 2X

How to Play Mega Millions

Choose five numbers from 1-70 and one Mega Ball from 1-25. Players may choose their own numbers or Quick Pick/Easy Pick to have numbers automatically chosen for them.

How to Win Mega Millions

  • Match all five of the winning numbers drawn PLUS the Mega ball to win or share the jackpot prize.
  • Match all five of the winning numbers drawn to win a $1,000,000 prize.
  • Match four out of five winning numbers PLUS the Mega ball to win $10,000.
  • Match four out of five winning numbers to win $500.
  • Match three out of five winning numbers PLUS the Mega ball to win $200.
  • Match three out of five winning numbers to win $10.
  • Match two out of five winning numbers PLUS the Mega ball to win $10.
  • Match one out of five winning numbers PLUS the Mega ball to win $4.
  • Match only the Mega ball to win $2.

*Megapliers act as multipliers for the prize money (multiplies the prize by 2, 3, 4, or 5)

**Megaplier does not multiply the jackpot

Other Mega Millions FAQs

Q: When does Mega Millions draw?
A: Mega Millions drawings take place on Tuesday and Friday nights at 11:00 pm ET.

Q: Can I buy a Mega Millions ticket online?
A: If you’re in Texas, California, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire or Oregon you can purchase Mega Millions tickets through Lottery.com at play.lottery.com!

Q: What is the Mega Millions jackpot?
A: Mega Millions jackpots roll-over until there is a winner or multiple winners. You can find the latest Mega Millions jackpot amounts here on the Lottery.com Mega Millions Jackpots page.

Q: Did anyone win Mega Millions?
A: When Mega Millions resets to the minimum jackpot, it’s an indication that one or more players won in the most recent drawing.

Q: What are the Mega Millions numbers?
A: View the latest Mega Millions winning numbers in the Lottery.com app or on the Lottery.com website following each drawing on the Mega Millions Results page.

Q: What are the odds of winning?
A: Higher than you think! The odds of winning a prize are 1 in 24.

Texas Lottery Games

Table of TX Lottery games, ticket sale closing times, possible numbers, prize types, and draw days:

Game Name Entry Close Time Possible Numbers Prize Type Draw Time Draw Days
Mega Millions 7:45 PM PST 5 from 1-70 and 1 from 1-25 Jackpot 10:12 PM CST Tuesday and Friday
Powerball 7:00 PM PST 5 from 1-69 and 1 from 1-26 Jackpot 10:12 PM CST Wednesday and Saturday
Texas Two Step 10:02 PM CST 4 from 1-35 and 1 from 1-35 Jackpot 10:12 PM CST Monday and Thursday
Cash 5 10:02 PM CST 5 from 1-35 Jackpot 10:12 PM CST Monday through Saturday
Lotto Texas 10:02 PM CST 6 from 1-54 Jackpot 10:12 PM CST Wednesday and Saturday
All or Nothing Morning 9:50 AM CST 12 from 1-24 Top Prize 10:00 AM CST Monday through Saturday
All or Nothing Day 12:17 PM CST 12 from 1-24 Top Prize 12:27 PM CST Monday through Saturday
All or Nothing Evening 5:50 PM CST 12 from 1-24 Top Prize 6:00 PM CST Monday through Saturday
All or Nothing Night 10:02 PM CST 12 from 1-24 Top Prize 10:12 PM CST Monday through Saturday
Pick 3 Morning 9:50 AM CST 3 from 0-9 Top Prize 10:00 AM CST Monday through Saturday
Pick 3 Day 12:17 PM CST 3 from 0-9 Top Prize 12:27 PM CST Monday through Saturday
Pick 3 Evening 5:50 PM CST 3 from 0-9 Top Prize 6:00 PM CST Monday through Saturday
Pick 3 Night 10:02 PM CST 3 from 0-9 Top Prize 10:12 PM CST Monday through Saturday
Daily 4 Morning 10:00 AM CST 4 from 0-9 Top Prize 10:00 CST Monday through Saturday
Daily 4 Day 12:27 PM CST 4 from 0-9 Top Prize 12:27 PM CST Monday through Saturday
Daily 4 Evening 6:00 PM CST 4 from 0-9 Top Prize 6:00 PM CST Monday through Saturday
Daily 4 Night 10:12 PM CST 4 from 0-9 Top Prize 10:12 PM CST Monday through Saturday

Texas Lottery FAQ

Can I remain anonymous if I win the lottery in Texas?

Yes - Texas is one of just a handful of states that allows winners of $1 million or more to keep their identity concealed.

Can I buy a TX Lottery ticket online?

If you're in Texas, you can purchase Powerball, Mega Millions, and tickets for your favorite state games through Lottery.com at play.lottery.com!

How much is the TX Lottery today?

You can find the latest TX Lottery jackpot amounts for all of your favorite games here on the Lottery.com Texas Lottery Jackpots page.

How long does it take to receive TX Lottery winnings?

Prizes up to $2.5 million can be claimed at local claim centers and may be paid out instantly, while prizes between $2.5 million and $5 million can only be claimed at the Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio claim centers and may take longer. Jackpot prizes will take the longest, although a specific timeline is not specified. According to the TX Lottery, claims that are mailed in will take four to six weeks to process.

How much will I pay in taxes if I win the Texas lottery?

For U.S. citizens and residents, the tax withholding rate is 24% for winnings, less the wager, for prizes greater than $5,000.

About the Texas Lottery

Legislation to create a state lottery in Texas was first introduced in 1991. On November 5, 1991, Texas voters approved the legislation in a two-to-one margin, and director Nora Linares was appointed later that month. In May of 1993, the 73rd Texas Legislature passed H.B. 1587, creating the Texas Lottery Commission. Ticket sales skyrocketed, and the state’s game Lone Star Millions set world records for highest first-day and first-week sales. By August of that year, the Texas Lottery had contributed $80.9 million in funds to the state's General Revenue Fund and had earned $812 million in the first 15 months - nearly $350 million more than the original earnings estimate for the biennium.

Since 1997, the Texas Lottery has contributed $24.9 billion to the Foundation School Fund which supports public education in Texas. In the 2019 fiscal year, the Texas Lottery contributed $1.617 billion to the Foundation School Fund. The TX Lottery also supports Texas veterans, and in the 2019 fiscal year, provided $19.4 million to the Texas Veterans Commission.

There are several TX Lottery games for Texans to play, with daily lottos and huge jackpot weekly games available: Powerball, Mega Millions, Lotto, Texas Triple Chance, Texas Two Step, All or Nothing Morning, All or Nothing Day, All or Nothing Evening, All or Nothing Night, Cash 5, Daily 4 Morning, Daily 4 Day, Daily 4 Evening, Daily 4 Night, Pick 3 Morning, Pick 3 Day, Pick 3 Evening, and Pick 3 Night.

Texas Lottery Records

  • In 2016, Texas Lottery saw record-breaking sales of $5.07 billion. A revenue transfer of $1.39 billion was given to the state, making it the single largest annual lottery transfer in the state's history.
  • For the 13th consecutive year, the Texas Lottery has generated more than $1 billion in revenue for Texas.
  • In 2016, $1.37 billion in proceeds was transferred to the Foundation School Fund to support public education, which was the largest annual revenue transfer to the Foundation School Fund in the history of the Texas Lottery.
  • Also in 2016, $14.7 million was transferred to the Texas Veterans Commission for the sale of the dedicated scratch tickets, the largest annual transfer to the Veterans Fund since the inception of the game in 2009.

Texas Lottery Achievements

  • Since 1992, over $25 billion in revenue has been generated for the state of Texas, including more than $19 billion given in support to the Foundation School Fund.
  • More than $66 million since fiscal year 2010 has been transferred to the Texas Veterans Commission, benefiting the Fund For Veterans' Assitance.

Responsible Gaming in Texas

Educating consumers, retailers, and TX Lottery employees about responsible play of lottery games continues to be a critical area of focus for the agency. The "PLAY RESPONSIBLY" message was launched in 2003 and appears on all tickets, publications, advertising, points of sale, and news releases.