Latest Draw: Thu Oct 14
Next Drawing: Mon Oct 18
What is Texas Two Step?
Texas Two Step is a draw game where pick four numbers between 1 and 35 and a bonus ball from a separate pool of numbers of 1 to 35 and try to match to the drawn numbers. You can also select Quick Pick and the random number generator will choose the numbers for you.
Tickets cost $1 per play and drawings occur every Monday and Thursday. All Texas Lottery winning numbers are available immediately after each drawing.
What are the TX Two Step Draw Times?
Sales cut-off time is 10:02 pm CT the day of the drawing. Approximately 10 minutes prior to draw time.
10:12 pm CT
10:12 pm CT
How do I Play TX Lottery Two Step?
PICK YOUR NUMBERS: Ask for a Quick Pick and let the lottery terminal select the numbers for you, or choose four numbers between 1 and 35 and one Bonus Ball number from 1 to 35.
BUY YOUR TICKET: Texas Two Step tickets cost $1 per play.
PLAY MULTIPLE DRAWINGS: You can play your numbers for up to 10 consecutive drawing dates on the same ticket. Just tell the cashier at the time of your purchase or mark the Multi Play box on your selection slip.
How Can I Win the Texas Two Step?
4 Balls + BB
1 in 1,832,600
1 in 53,900
3 Balls + BB
1 in 14,779
1 in 435
2 Balls + BB
1 in 657
1 Ball + BB
1 in 102
0 Ball + BB
1 in 58
Overall odds of winning are 1 in 32.4.
*Prizes are paid on a pari-mutuel basis and may be higher or lower than estimated depending on the number of winners at a prize level.
Texas Two Step FAQs
Q: What is the Texas Two Step?
A: Two Step is a draw game where players select four numbers from 1 through 35 and an additional bonus ball from a separate pool of numbers of 1 to 35.
Q: How much do Two Step tickets cost?
A: Tickets cost $1 per play.
Q: Where and when can I play TX Two Step?
A: You can play Two Step at all Texas Lottery retailers. Draws take place daily at approximately 10:12 p.m. Tickets for each drawing may be purchased up to 10 minutes prior to the next drawing.
Q: Do TX Two Step tickets expire?
A: Prizes must be claimed within 180 days of the draw date on which the prize was won.