How to Play?
- Step 1: Visit one of the 3000+ participating retailers selling official AZ Lottery tickets.
- Step 2: Either manually choose 5 numbers from a pool of 1 to 69 plus an additional Powerball number from 1 to 26 or use the Quick Pick option to have the computer randomly choose your numbers.
- Step 3: Optionally pay a further $1 per play for the Power Play feature to multiply any non-jackpot winnings.
- Step 4: Choose to play up to 10 consecutive draws for convenience by either selecting the option on your ticket or notifying the cashier of your advanced draws.
- Step 5: Pay $2 (+$1 optional Power Play) per draw then keep your ticket in a safe place until draw day.
- Step 6: Check your numbers on this page to see if you have won any prizes!
+$1 optional Power Play
Advanced Draws (AZ)
up to 10 consecutive draws
Prizes and Odds of Winning
Playing Powerball in Arizona gives you the chance to win a number of different prize amounts. It's not just the jackpot that can be life-changing. Below are the prize tiers and odds of you winning them explained.
|5 plus Powerball||Jackpot||1 in 292,201,338|
|5||$1,000,000||1 in 11,688,053.52|
|4 plus Powerball||$50,000||1 in 913,129.18|
|4||$100||1 in 36,525.17|
|3 plus Powerball||$100||1 in 14,494.11|
|3||$7||1 in 579.76|
|2 plus Powerball||$7||1 in 701.33|
|1 plus Powerball||$4||1 in 91.98|
|Powerball only||$4||1 in 38.32|
When playing AZ Powerball you have a 1 in 24.87 chance of winning a prize.
|Draw Time||No Draw||10:59 p.m. ET||No Draw||10:59 p.m. ET||No Draw||No Draw||10:59 p.m. ET|
|Sales Close||No Draw||9:59 p.m. ET||No Draw||9:59 p.m. ET||No Draw||No Draw||9:59 p.m. ET|
Notable Powerball Winners in Arizona
Since joining the Powerball family in 1994 Arizona has seen 13 jackpot winners and countless other lower-tier prizes claimed.
|April 27, 2022 - $473.1 million||April 1, 2017 - $60 million||November 28, 2012 - $587.5 million|
|December 1, 2011 - $95.3 million||January 27, 2007 - $15 million||November 1, 2006 - $47.05 million|
|December 22, 2004 - $10.3 million||January 27, 2007 - $15 million||April 15, 2001 - $83.9 million|
|November 16, 1996 - $22 million||April 12, 1995 - $77 million||March 4, 1995 - $101 million|
|April 27, 1994 - $5.2 million|
Lower Prize-Tier Winners
AZ Powerball Facts & Rules
- In the event that other tickets match all six numbers the jackpot will be split into equal amounts.
- Draws are held every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.
- The claim period for any prize is 180 days.
- Up to 10 advanced draws are available on a single ticket.
- A single draw costs $2 with an additional optional $1 for the Power Play.
- Regardless of the multiplier, matching all 5 white balls pays a fixed $2 million.
- The Power play option can multiply non-jackpot winnings by 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x or 10x.
- Power play does not apply to jackpot prizes, only lower tier amounts.
- Powerball tickets can be purchased in over 3000 retailers across Arizona.
- The jackpot amount is reflective of ticket sales and interest rates and varies every draw.