Select five numbers from 1 to 47 and a Mega Number from 1 to 27, or opt for a Quick Pick to have the numbers randomly generated for you. Find out more on the How to Play page.
SuperLotto Plus draws every Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 7:57pm.
The overall odds of winning a prize are 1 in 23 and the odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 41,416,353. There are 9 ways to win a prize, find out more here.
The cut off time to buy tickets is 7:45pm ready for the draw taking place at 7:57pm. Any tickets purchased between the cut off time and the draw time will not be eligible for that nights draw but will be eligible for the following draw.
Tickets cost $1 per entry.
Players have 180 days from the draw date to claim any winnings on SuperLotto Plus.
Yes. Simply select the Advance Play option on your ticket to enter multiple draws. You can enter up to 2 to 8, 16 or 20 consecutive draws.
If you win a prize $599 or under, you can claim at a local lottery retailer. If you win the jackpot amount, payments are made in 30 annual instalments. It is possible to choose the cash lump sum option but you must choose that option within 60 days of your claim being authorized. You can find out more on the how to claim page.
The SuperLotto Plus jackpot starts at $7 million.
The largest-ever SuperLotto Plus jackpot was won in 2001 by Alcario Castellano. The library clerk from San Jose won the $141 million jackpot on June 23, 2001. He decided to take the lump sum option, walking away with $70.8 million ($50.9 million after taxes)
In California, your name and details about your lottery win, including where the ticket was purchased, are published. This is due to the fact that The California Lottery have to follow public disclosure laws. They will not disclose any other personal information without your consent.
Yes. You do not need to be a resident of California, or even the U.S., to play SuperLotto Plus. Please remember, you can only claim SuperLotto Plus prizes in California.
Yes. The California Lottery is required to withhold federal taxes from many SuperLotto Plus prizes. However, you are not required to pay any state or local tax.