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The Missouri Lottery was created and run by the government of Missouri in 1985, and since 1994 has used its proceeds to help fund the state's public education programs. It is a charter member of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL), whose first drawing was held in 1988.


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The Lottery began selling tickets January 20, 1986. An executive director oversees the organization and reports to a five-member commission that is appointed by the governor. May Scheve Reardon took over as Missouri Lottery executive director in December, 2009.[1]

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In the beginning, Lottery proceeds were directed to Missouri's General Revenue fund. In 1992, voters approved Amendment 11, which earmarked proceeds for public education. All monies since July 1993 have gone to education programs. Proceeds are appropriated by the Legislature.

Club Keno is Missouri’s latest addition to their impressive line up of numbers based lottery games. Every five minutes there is a Club Keno drawing ensuring that huge cash prizes are being won all over the state all day long.

The Lottery offers Scratchers tickets, plus the online games Missouri Lotto, Club Keno, Pick 3, Pick 4, Show Me Cash, and Powerball. Powerball's former rival, Mega Millions, came to Missouri on January 31, 2010. The $250,000 Scratcher card generated much publicity when unemployed couple Robert Russell and Tracie Rogers won the jackpot in July 2010.[2]

The Lottery's mission: 'The Missouri Lottery generates funds to provide educational opportunities for Missouri students, support Missouri businesses and entertain millions.'[3]

The minimum age to purchase a Missouri Lottery ticket is 18.[4]

Lottery games[edit]

Current in-house games[edit]

Club Keno/Keno To Go[edit]

Club Keno has drawings every four minutes. Traditionally sold in age-controlled environments (often where alcoholic beverages are served), the game is now available at any Missouri Lottery retailer as Keno To Go. Options and prizes vary.

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Scratch cards are the Lottery's most popular games, sold in a large variety of locations from gas stations to sports venues via vending machines. Card prices range from $1 to $30, with the more expensive games having better odds of winning as well as larger prizes. Themed scratchers are common (such as for holidays, promotional tie-ins with St. Louis and Kansas City sports teams, or licensed pop-culture properties) and players are occasionally encouraged to enter specific losing tickets into 'second chance' drawings for additional prizes.

Pick 3[edit]

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Pick 3 is drawn twice daily, seven days a week. Prices, options, and prizes vary.

Pick 4[edit]

Pick 4 is almost identical to Pick 3, except that a four-digit number is drawn.

Show Me Cash[edit]

Show Me Cash is played daily, drawing five numbers from 1 through 39. Games cost $1 each. Jackpots begin at $50,000, increasing by at least $5,000 until there is a game matching all five numbers.

Missouri Lotto[edit]

Missouri Lotto is drawn Wednesdays and Saturdays. Six numbers from 1 through 44 are chosen. Players get two games for each $1 wager (games must be played in multiples of two.) The progressive jackpot begins at $1,000,000 (annuitized with a cash option); players win cash by matching at least four of the six numbers in any game. A free $1 play is won by matching three numbers. The game's monetary prizes are paid on a pari-mutuel basis.

Beginning November 4, 2012, randomly selected Missouri Lotto tickets are printed with the word 'Doubler'. Any money prize (except a jackpot, or jackpot share) won on a Doubler ticket wins twice the normal amount; a three-number match wins a $2 free play (four games.)

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Multi-jurisdictional games[edit]

Lucky for Life[edit]

In 2009, Connecticut launched a game called Lucky-4-Life. Three years later it became a regional game, taking on the current name.

The current format began in January 2015. As of April 2017, Lucky for Life is available in 22 states and the District of Columbia Games are $2 each.

Mega Millions[edit]

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On October 13, 2009, the Mega Millions consortium (then with 12 lotteries) and MUSL (with 33) reached an agreement to cross-sell Mega Millions and Powerball. Missouri joined Mega Millions on January 31, 2010, the cross-sell expansion date.

Mega Millions is drawn Tuesdays and Fridays. Players choose five white balls numbered 1 through 75, and a gold-colored 'Mega Ball' numbered 1 through 15. Games are $1 each, or $2 if the Megaplier is chosen. Jackpots begin at $15 million, payable in 30 graduated yearly installments unless the cash option is chosen.


Powerball began in 1992. Its jackpots begin $40 million, with drawings on Wednesday and Saturday nights.

Former games[edit]

Fun & Fortune[edit]

From 1996 to 2002, the Lottery aired a television game show called Fun & Fortune, hosted by Rick Tamblyn (Nationally known Geoff Edwards hosted the pilot).


  1. ^'Missouri Lottery Commission'. Missouri Lottery.
  2. ^'Lottery Winner! Groom Gives Bride Ticket of $250K as Early Wedding Gift'. National Ledger. July 18, 2010. Archived from the original on July 22, 2010. Retrieved July 25, 2010.
  3. ^'General Information'. Missouri Lottery.
  4. ^'Missouri Lottery'.

External links[edit]

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  • Publications by or about the Missouri State Lottery Commission at Internet Archive.
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  • Earn 5 cents for every $1 sold in Draw Games and Scratchers tickets.

  • Receive a bonus that equals 2 percent of the prize for cashing winning Scratchers and Draw Games tickets up to $600 by meeting certain game and sales criteria.

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  • Receive a bonus equal to $5,000 for selling a winning Lotto ticket.

  • Receive a $50,000 bonus for selling a winning Powerball or Mega Millions jackpot ticket and $1,000 selling bonus for selling a Powerball or Mega Millions ticket that matches all five white-ball numbers drawn.

  • Sell a winning Club Keno ticket of $10,000 or more and receive a 1 percent selling bonus.

  • Get a $500 selling bonus for selling a Show Me Cash jackpot ticket.

  • Receive $1,000 for selling a Lucky for Life ticket that wins the $1,000-a-day-for-life prize, and get a $250 bonus for selling a ticket that wins $25,000 a year for life.

  • Participate in Lottery sales contests that offer cash, trip and merchandise prizes.

  • Receive continuous support with in-store visits from your sales representative and weekly or bi-weekly calls.