Missouri Powerball Numbers

Missouri has been one of the most successful states in the country since Powerball launched and has participated in the game since the beginning in 1992. It has created over 30 jackpot winners, including several players who have picked up hundreds of millions of dollars. View the latest Missouri Powerball numbers below.

Saturday, November 9, 2019
2x Rollover
  • 14
  • 17
  • 35
  • 38
  • 60
  • 25
  • 2
Missouri Winners
8,656
All States Total Winners
420,261
MO Jackpot Winners
0
Next Estimated Jackpot
$60 Million

View All State Payouts

Match MO Winners Prize Per Winner MO Prize Fund
5 + PB 0 $50,000,000 No Winners
5 0 $1,000,000 No Winners
4 + PB 0 $50,000 No Winners
4 4 $100 $400
3 + PB 13 $100 $1,300
3 319 $7 $2,233
2 + PB 272 $7 $1,904
1 + PB 2,043 $4 $8,172
0 + PB 5,131 $4 $20,524
5 (Power Play) 0 $2,000,000 No Winners
4 + PB (Power Play) 0 $100,000 No Winners
4 (Power Play) 0 $200 No Winners
3 + PB (Power Play) 2 $200 $400
3 (Power Play) 50 $14 $700
2 + PB (Power Play) 35 $14 $490
1 + PB (Power Play) 212 $8 $1,696
0 + PB (Power Play) 575 $8 $4,600

Past Results

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


State Specific Rules

The rules of playing Powerball in Missouri are the same as in any other jurisdiction. You still need to select five main numbers from 1 to 69 and one Powerball between 1 and 26. There are just a few state-specific rules to be aware of:

  • You can play the same numbers for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 or 15 consecutive drawings. All you need to do is mark the appropriate box in the Multi-Draw section of your playslip.
  • The cut-off time for playing is one hour before the draw takes place, with ticket sales closing at 8:59pm Central Time (9:59pm Eastern Time).
  • The minimum age for playing Powerball in Missouri is 18.
  • If you win the jackpot, you have 60 days from the claiming date to decide whether to choose the lump sum or the annuity payment.

The following table shows how you can watch the drawings from different locations in Missouri.

City Station Affiliate Channel
Columbia KQFX FOX 22.1
Kansas City WDAF ABC 4.1
Kirksville KTVO ABC 33.1

How to Claim Prizes

You have 180 days to come forward and claim your prize if you win, otherwise your ticket will no longer be valid and the money will go to benefit public education in the state. For amounts up to $600, you should be able to visit any official retailer to claim, although they may not always have sufficient funds to pay you on the day, so you may need to return at a later date or find another outlet from which to collect your winnings.

If you win a prize in excess of $600, you will need to go to one of the Missouri Lottery’s offices or submit a claim by mail. You will need to fill out a claim form for any prize above $600, providing your winning ticket and photo identification. Valid forms of ID include a driver’s license and a government-issued photo identification card.

The address for claiming prizes by mail is:

Ticket Redemption
Missouri Lottery
PO Box 7777
Jefferson City, MO 65102-7777

Local Claim Centers

You can visit any of the following lottery offices in person to claim a prize. If you win between $600 and $35,000, you will be paid out on the day, but for prizes greater than $35,000 it will take approximately two weeks.

Location Address Telephone Number:
Jefferson Jefferson City Headquarters
P.O. Box 1603
1823 Southridge Drive
Jefferson City, MO 65109-1603
(573) 751-4050
Kansas 3630 Arrowhead Ave.
Independence, MO 64057
(816) 795-8811
Springfield 1506 E. Raynell
Springfield, MO 65804
(417) 888-4227
St Louis 1831 Craig Park Ct.
St. Louis, MO 63146
(314) 340-5800

Lost and Damaged Tickets

If you lose a Powerball ticket in Missouri, you will be unable to claim any prize it has won. You are advised to sign your entry so that nobody else could claim it. If the ticket is handed in, lottery officials may be able to track you down. If your ticket is damaged, you may still be able to claim a prize but it must first pass all of the Missouri Lottery’s validation tests. These tests will try to determine if the ticket is still eligible and has not been stolen, tampered with or issued in error.

Taxes

If you win a prize of more than $600, the Missouri Lottery is required to withhold state tax of 4 percent. The federal rate of 24 percent applies on all prizes over $5,000. Depending on your personal situation, you may owe additional taxes or be entitled to a refund.

It is also your responsibility to complete the necessary IRS Form W-9 – Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification. This form is required if you win any prize above $600.

Going Public

You will not be allowed to stay anonymous if you win, as state law requires the Missouri Lottery to release your name and city of residence. This is to preserve the integrity of its games and show that the system is fair. However, it is still your choice whether you want to take part in a news conference or whether you just want your name to be made public through a press release.

Where Does the Money Go?

The Missouri Lottery is committed to helping public education throughout the state. While most of the revenue is paid straight back to players in prize money and there are other administrative expenses and retail commissions, the Lottery’s main focus is to support education. The total contribution to the state and public education has been more than $6 billion since the Missouri Lottery launched in 1986.

The contributions have been spread out through the elementary, secondary, and higher education systems. Funded programs have included the A+ Scholarship Program, as well as construction of college and university buildings, library acquisitions and educational scholarships.

Missouri Powerball Winners

Missouri has been playing Powerball since the beginning and has been become firmly established towards the top of the winners’ table. The biggest payout ever in the Show-Me State was made to Mark and Cindy Hill of Dearborn, who claimed half of the $587 million jackpot on November 28th 2012. At the time it was the largest prize ever seen on Powerball, and the Hills shared it with a player from Arizona.

Christopher Shaw from Marshall, MO, had previously held the state record after winning $258 million on April 21st 2010, while the Wilson family from St Louis claimed $254 million on January 24th 2007. A syndicate from Florissant, known as ‘Lucky 13 State Workers’, won $224 million on April 12th 2006.