Ohio Lottery Numbers

The Ohio numbers page will be a hit with fans of Ohio lottery games. To see the full prize breakdown and winning numbers, click on any result of a lottery listed below. It's easier than ever to find out if your lottery is a winner.

The current lottery games are: Ohio Classic Lotto, Ohio Kicker, Mega Millions & Lucky for Life. Pick 3 Evening- Pick 3 Midday- Pick 4 Evening- Pick 4 Midday- Pick 5 Evening- Pick 5 Midday- Rolling Cash 5.

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The Ohio in-state games are currently not available outside the USA. You can still play Mega Millions and Powerball online. Learn more.

Ohio Lottery Drawings Schedule

The time table below shows the closing times of ticket sales and the next drawing day.

Residents of Ohio and the surrounding states have many other fun games to play, including Mega Millions and Powerball.

Classic Lotto & Kicker

Classic Lotto offers huge jackpots every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 7:05 pm. The top prize is $1 million. Players can win up to $100,000 each time they match all six numbers. Tickets are only $1. Players can choose six numbers between 1 and 49 or use the Auto Pick to make a random entry. The jackpot winners have the option of either 30 annual payments or a lump sum amount.

Here is a breakdown of the prize levels and chances of winning. Classic Lotto can be played for just $1, and players have the chance to win as much as $100,000. On the night of the draw, a six-digit number will be generated and players must match it exactly to win the top prize. This is how it works. Take "123456" for an example.

Other Ohio Lottery games are Pick 5, EZPlay and Keno.

You can play instant lottery games at authorized retail stores if you don't want to wait for the drawing. These scratchcards are available at a cost of $1-$30 per ticket and offer a wide range of cash prizes.

Claiming Prizes

All Ohio Lottery prizes must not be claimed after 180 days from the date the prize was drawn, the date the game closes for instant games or the date you purchase EZPLAY prizes.

You can redeem your winnings after 6:00 am the next day if you win a prize in Mega Millions, Powerball, Classic Lotto, Rolling Cash 5 or Powerball.

Prizes under $5,000 can be claimed by winners via mail. See below for more details.

Any authorized retailer can also claim prizes worth $599 and less.

A Pay to Bearer certificate can be used to claim prizes worth $600-$5,000 and is available from any authorized retailer. To receive your winnings, you can use a claim form.

You must claim prizes worth more than $5,000 at the following regional lottery centres:

Brooklyn Heights (Cleveland).






North Canton



For larger prizes, federal withholding taxes are 25 percent. Ohio adds a four percent tax to the winnings.

You can claim a prize via mail

You can mail prizes below $5,000. Send the following address with your signed and printed name.

You will need to send this if you win more than $600

Original ticket must be completed

Completed claim form

Photo ID copy, e.g. Copy of photo ID, e.g.

Send to:

The Ohio Lottery

The Lausche Building, Room 452

615 West Superior Avenue

Cleveland, OH 44113

The history of the Ohio Lottery

In May 1973, voters approved a constitutional amendment that established the Ohio Lottery. The first game, Buckeye 300, was launched in August 1974. In 1983, ticket sales profits were transferred to education. That same year, Ohio Lotto was established.

Mega Millions was launched in 2002, and Powerball came out of the Ohio Lottery in April 2010. Since the Ohio Lottery's inception, more than $19 billion has been dedicated to education initiatives throughout the state. This includes funds for special education and vocational programs as well as K-12.


To play Ohio Lottery, you must be at minimum 18 years of age.