Colorado Powerball Numbers

Colorado has produced a number of big jackpot winners, including a woman who won more than $133 million in 2017 by using a series of family birthdays as her lucky numbers. Find out more about how Powerball is played in the Centennial State and where the money from tickets goes. View the Colorado Powerball numbers below.

Winning Numbers

Saturday May 18th 2019
15x Rollover
  • 2
  • 10
  • 25
  • 66
  • 67
  • 26
  • 4
Colorado Winners
12,054
All States Total Winners
795,648
CO Jackpot Winners
0
Next Estimated Jackpot
$288 Million

View All State Payouts

Match CO Winners Prize Per Winner CO Prize Fund
5 + PB 0 $269,300,000 No Winners
5 0 $1,000,000 No Winners
4 + PB 0 $50,000 No Winners
4 6 $100 $600
3 + PB 12 $100 $1,200
3 260 $7 $1,820
2 + PB 218 $7 $1,526
1 + PB 1,773 $4 $7,092
0 + PB 4,223 $4 $16,892
5 (Power Play) 0 $2,000,000 No Winners
4 + PB (Power Play) 0 $200,000 No Winners
4 (Power Play) 2 $400 $800
3 + PB (Power Play) 8 $400 $3,200
3 (Power Play) 240 $28 $6,720
2 + PB (Power Play) 205 $28 $5,740
1 + PB (Power Play) 1,488 $16 $23,808
0 + PB (Power Play) 3,619 $16 $57,904

Past Results

You can find more Colorado Powerball results below. Select the '+ View Payouts' button to view a full breakdown of the prizes won in each draw.


Colorado Powerball Rules

You have to be at least 18 years of age to purchase Powerball tickets in Colorado. You just need to get your entries in before sales are suspended at 7:30pm Mountain Time (9:30pm Eastern Time), approximately an hour and a half before the draw takes place.

You can select your own numbers or opt for a Quick Pick if you would rather play a random selection. If you decide to go with a Quick Pick, just ask the retailer or mark the QP box on your playslip. You can play up to 13 weeks (26 drawings) in advance.

There is a four percent state tax rate in Colorado for prizes over $5,000, in addition to the federal withholding of 24 percent.

How to Claim Prizes

For a prize of up to $599, you can collect your money from any licensed retailer in the state. Alternatively you can visit one of the regional claim centers or mail your signed winning ticket to Colorado Lottery, PO BOX 7, Pueblo, CO 81002.

For prizes of $600 and above, you will need to mail your signed winning ticket or present it in person at one of the Colorado claim centers. You will need to bring photo ID such as a driver’s license, passport or other kind of government-issued identification, along with your social security number. The address of each claim center can be found in the table below:

Location Address Telephone No
Pueblo 225 N Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
719-546-2400
Fort Collins 720 S Colorado Blvd, Suite 110A
Denver, CO 80246
303-759-3552
Denver Lumberyard Complex
St. John Ticket Sales Office
303-759-3552
Grand Junction 222 S 6th Street, Room 112
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-248-7053

If you win the jackpot, you must choose between the cash or the annuity within 60 days of claiming your prize.

Claiming With a Lottery Pool

If you play as part of a lottery pool, one person is designated as the prize recipient. They will sign the ticket and are responsible for sharing the money with the rest of the group. When playing in a pool, you should all sign an agreement before buying tickets to make it official and prevent any disputes in the event of a big win.

Claim Period

You have up to 180 days to claim any Powerball prize if you buy a ticket and win in Colorado. Money left unclaimed after this period goes to benefit the great outdoors in Colorado.

Lost and Damaged Tickets

If you lose a winning ticket and have not put your name and address on it, you will not be able to claim your prize. Tickets will be carefully inspected prior to any prize being paid out and must meet certain conditions. They must be intact, legible and not be counterfeit, mutilated, altered, or tampered with in any manner.

Going Public

If you win a large prize, your name, town and prize amount will be made public as part of the Open Records Act. You may also be asked to take part in a press conference and the Colorado Lottery will ask to take your picture for promotional purposes. The lottery does not recognize trusts or partnerships as winners, but you may decide to open up such a group once you have claimed your prize.

Where Does the Money Go?

When you buy a lottery ticket in Colorado, half of the money you spend is paid back to players in the form of prizes. There are also operational expenses and retailer commissions, but the Colorado Lottery’s main commitment is to preserve and protect the state’s natural resources.

The decision to use profits from the sale of lottery tickets in this way was made in 1992 before Powerball was introduced in Colorado, and the game’s arrival in the state has helped to boost investment significantly.

The Great Outdoors Colorado receives 50 percent of the money reserved for good causes, while 40 percent goes to the Conservation Trust Fund and 10 percent to Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

Colorado Powerball Winners

Colorado’s biggest lottery winner was Judy Finchum from Clifton, who won a $133 million jackpot on September 16th 2017. She and husband Mack said they were too old to take the annuity option and so decided to accept the cash sum of $85 million. Judy, 67, who bought her ticket from a convenience store called Lucky Me in Grand Junction, also revealed that she had been playing the exact same birthday numbers for 30 years.

The first win in the state came back in 2007, when the SEEP Financial Group claimed a $20 million jackpot on behalf of two couples from Poland who had immigrated to Colorado five years earlier. The winners, including Stanislawa Markiewicz and her husband Eugen, bought their ticket at the Safeway at 8543 Church Road Blvd and opted for the annuity.