Select 6 numbers out of 53. If your 6 numbers match the winning numbers drawn, you just won yourself the Florida Lotto jackpot. Match 3, 4, or 5 of the winning numbers to win other cash prizes. But even if you didn’t match up to 3 numbers - game not over yet: Get 2 winning numbers and win a free Florida Lotto ticket for the next available draw.
You can choose which way to receive your portion of the jackpot:
● One-time Cash Option payment
● 30 annual payments Drawings are held on Wednesday and Saturday.
Check the Florida Lotto results page to see how much you won.
The Florida Lotto syndicate allows a group of players to buy big amount of tickets together, increasing their odds for a win. When joining, you get to choose how many shares you want. The more shares you purchase - the bigger your portion of the prize if the ticket wins.
The Jackpots start at $2 million (over €1.8 million) and have no cap, so the prize can roll over until 1 (or more) lucky person matches all 6 numbers.
The largest Florida Lotto jackpot was $106.5 million on September 15, 1990. It was split by 5 lucky winners. The largest Florida Lotto jackpot won by a single winner, stood at an estimated $81.6 million in March 2000, breaking the previous single-winner record set by Sheelah Ryan, of Winter Springs. She won a whopping $55.16 million on September 3, 1988, and used the money to fund a foundation she established to provide for the less fortunate.
The odds of winning the jackpot are lower than most US lotteries and stand at 1:22,957,480. And the odds of matching 3 numbers and landing a cash prize are 1 to 71. Think you got what it takes? Try your luck right now!
Read more about the prize structure here.
Buy your Florida Lotto ticket today, and maybe you’ll get to retire in your private mansion in the Sunshine State!
|Prize Tier||Descriptionmatch||Average Prize||Odds of Winningodds|
|1||6||Jackpot||1 : 22,957,480|
|2||5||R79,128.05||1 : 81,409|
|3||4||R1,107.79||1 : 1,415|
|4||3||R79.13||1 : 71|
* Prize amounts are taken from official draw sites and shown converted to your local currency. Minor differences might occur.