Latest Washington Lottery Results & Winning Numbers
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Which Washington Lottery Game has the Best Odds?
Looking for a new Washington Lottery game to play? With a variety of ticket prices, it’s important to know that the odds of winning can vary greatly between games.
Before buying a ticket, its a good idea to compare the overall game odds as well as individual prize odds for each game.
You can click on any game below to see the full list of prizes and odds.
When is the Next Washington Lottery Live Drawing?
Stay up-to-date on all the lottery draws from by the Washington Lottery with our convenient calendar. It includes the drawing times and sales cut-off times (in brackets) for each game, so you’ll never miss a chance to win again.
What is the Washington Lottery My Lottery 360?
Washington’s free lottery account is called My Lottery 360. There, players can earn points for entering eligible scratch and draw game tickets to earn points. Points can be redeemed in the Points Store for hundreds of prizes.
What are the Best Washington Lottery Scratch Games?
At Lotto Edge, scratch offs are kind of our thing. Daily we analyze actual Washington Lottery scratch data for every prize in every game! You heard that right.
We run thousands of calculations on the data and then provide our members simple rankings of the best scratch games to play.
We provide multiple rankings so no matter how you like to play or what prizes you are after, we have a ranking tailer made for you.
Below is just a sample of the rankings and game details we cover.
Looking for Washington Lottery tips?
Our experts love to share tips to make more informed lotto players.
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TIP #1: SCRATCH OFF ODDS
Scratch Off game odds are almost always better than draw games. However, unlike draw games, the odds to win bigger prizes can change daily based on ticket sales and prize claims.
TIP #2: CONSIDER LOTTERY POOLS
A lottery pool is a group of people who combine their funds to buy tickets and share any winnings among the group. On the plus side, you will have more chances at winning. The downside, you will have to split any winnings with the group.
TIP #3: SAVE YOUR LOSING TICKETS
Save losing lottery tickets to offset potential taxes on any winnings.
TIP #4: PLAN AHEAD
Lottery winners in Washington can claim their winnings using a trust to protect their identity. However, a public records request may reveal who formed the trust. Plan ahead since people will likely find out your identity.
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Commonly Asked Questions by Washington Lottery Players
At Lotto Edge, we frequently talk to lottery players and are always researching commonly ask questions around the web. We compiled a list of the frequently asked questions that Washington Lottery players are asking.
If you have a question that we haven’t covered, we will try to answer it for you. Drop us a line, we’re happy to help.
The WA Lottery posts winning results immediately after each drawing. Our lottery results, while unofficial, are posted soon after each drawing as well.
Unfortunately, the WA Lottery doesn’t currently offer the ability to purchase lottery tickets online.
Currently lottery vending machines only accept cash; however, individual lottery retailers have the option whether to accept debit or credit cards when tickets are purchased at the counter.
Scratch Off prizes can be collected up to 180 days from the official end of the game. Draw game prizes can be collected up to 180 after the drawing date.
If you’re 18 or older, you can play the WA Lottery!
There are over 3,600 retailers selling lottery tickets across Washington.
Prize claims up to and including $600 can be claimed at a lottery retailer or by mail.
Prizes over $600 can be claimed at lottery offices or by mail.
Lottery prizes may be claimed in the name of a legally formed entity, such as a trust. However, as the lottery is a public agency, it is subject to the Public Records Act. In the event of a public records request, the forming documents of the legal entity may be released, thereby revealing the names of the winners.
Yes. The Washington lottery app includes ticket scanner to check both scratch and draw tickets, find the latest jackpot amounts, customize notification from the lottery and enter eligible non-winning scratch and draw tickets to earn Points for Prizes.
These 3 digit codes are also known as validation codes. The 3 digit codes were used by retailers for sight validations prior to computers doing the validation. You can read more about the secret Washington Lottery Codes on our blog.
The WA Lottery posts recent winners in all games including scratch off and draw games. You can find the latest list of winners at the official WA Lottery website. In the footer, you will find a link to the recent Winners list, labeled Winners.
Anyone or any website offering to sell you drawing game predictions should be viewed with skepticism. Drawing games are random ball drawings where the previous draws have no impact on future drawings.
WA Lottery numbers from past drawing are available from walottery.com. Click on the Jackpot Games in the main menu then select the game you are interested (e.g. Powerball). There you will find a button labeled “Past Drawings”.
Check out our best Washington Lottery scratch off rankings and find a ranking that fits your playing style. All our rankings provide you a daily updated list of the best scratch off games to play.
Playing Washington Lottery Online / Online Gambling
The Washington Lottery doesn’t currently offer the ability to buy lottery tickets on their official website or allow 3rd party ticket brokers to sell tickets.
Washington has also been slow to expand their gambling offerings to other services. We’ve included a full list of online gambling options found in other states but unfortunately none are currently available in the state.
About the Washington Lottery
The Washington Lottery was created in 1982 to generate revenues for state programs. Originally, the Lottery was seen as a way to fund many government services. In 2000, voters redirected lottery revenue to the Student Achievement Fund and the Education Construction Fund.
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Researched and Written By: Jared James, Founder