How to Play?
- Step 1: Find your nearest authorized participating convenience store or garage by looking for the official AR state lottery logo.
- Step 2: Begin by choosing 5 numbers ranging from 1 to 69 along with an additional number from 1 to 26 for the Powerball. Mark your preferred numbers using a playslip or simply check the Quick Pick (QP) box for random numbers.
- Step 3: Pay $2 per play and add the optional Power Play for an additional $1 per play. Be sure to play before ticket sales cease one hour before the scheduled drawing time.
- Step 4: Request anywhere from 2 to 20 Multi Draws using the playslip or by informing the retailer. These will be included in the upcoming draws and continue in consecutive order from there.
+$1 optional Power Play
Advanced Draws (AR)
2 - 20 consecutive draws
(Minimum purchase of 2)
Prizes and Odds of Winning
This table explains the odds of winning all the prize tiers in the game including the much coveted Jackpot and second place prizes.
|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|
You have a 1 in 24.87 chance of winning a prize in the AR Powerball lottery game.
|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|
AR Powerball Facts & Rules
- Players must be at least 18 years old to participate.
- Tickets must be purchased before the specified drawing time (usually around 9:59 PM CT).
- Tickets can be purchased at authorized AR retailers across the state.
- Players choose five numbers from a pool of 1 to 69 (white balls) plus one Powerball number from a pool of 1 to 26 (red ball).
- All prizes over $5,000 are subject to federal and state income tax withholdings.
- Arkansas joined the Powerball consortium on October 2009 becoming the 32nd state to offer the game.
- Players can opt for a Quick Pick where the computer randomly selects their numbers.
- You can watch the live drawings on local television or check the results online.
- Arkansas Powerball offers nine prize tiers with the jackpot being the highest.
- The Arkansas Scolarship Lottery benefits educational programs in the state including scholarships for students.