What time is the Colorado lottery drawing?

Drawings are held on Tuesdays and Fridays at approximately 9pm. Lucky for Life: Pay $2 and choose 5 from 48 numbers and 1 from 18 for the Lucky Ball (or ask for a Quick Pick and the system will generate your numbers for you). You can buy up to 13 weeks (91 drawings) in advance by asking for Advance Play.

Which lottery has the best odds in Colorado?

The odds of winning the first prize jackpot for Lotto are one in 5,245,786. That is quite an improvement over the odds of one in 292 million to win the Powerball jackpot! However, Colorado Cash 5 has the best odds in Colorado.

What do u win for 2 numbers on Powerball?

2 numbers plus the Powerball – $7

If your ticket matches two numbers and the Powerball you’ll get $7 but the odds to get there begin to skyrocket to 1 in 701.

Has anyone in Colorado won Powerball?

DENVER (KDVR) — The Colorado Lottery announced on Thursday that 2 winning Powerball tickets were sold in our state but neither were the jackpot. One ticket was sold at Walmart at 21475 East Quincy Avenue in Aurora. The ticket matched 4 of 5 numbers plus the Powerball number for a total prize of $150,000.

What is Colorado plus lottery?

Add “Plus” for Another Chance to Win

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If all six of your numbers match the second set of numbers drawn, you’ll win a $250,000 Plus jackpot. Any other winnings (matching 3 up to 5 numbers and not including the 6 of 6 jackpot) will be multiplied by the multiplier amount shown on your ticket.

Can you buy scratch tickets with a debit card in Colorado?

Colorado Lotto+ tickets cost $2 and are available at most Colorado retailers. … Any other winnings (not including the jackpot) will be multiplied by the multiplier amount shown on your ticket. Lottery games may be purchased using a debit card where accepted by retailers (not all retailers accept debit cards).

Where was winning Mega sold?

The winning ticket was sold at a 7-Eleven on Trenton Road in Levittown, Pa. – just across the river from Trenton, New Jersey.

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