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Lottery results

Lottery results

Cash 3 and Play 4

Thursday, May 22, midday:969 3958

Thursday, May 22, evening:254 0874


Wednesday, May 21: 10-12-23-34-38-53 Xtra: 2

Correct Winners Payout

6 of 6 1 $47 million

5 of 6 28/9 $4,602

4 of 6 1,631/415 $67.50

3 of 6 32,322/7,675 $5

Saturday, May 17: 3-11-13-15-33-50 Xtra: 3

Fantasy 5

Thursday, May 22: 11-17-19-30-36

Wednesday, May 21: 5-6-15-21-30

Correct Winners Payout

5 of 5 1 $228,787.44

4 of 5 395 $93

3 of 5 10,304 $10

Mega Millions

Today's estimated jackpot: $15 million

Tuesday, May 20: 10-40-63-64-69

Megaball: 7 Megaplier: 2

Florida Powerball results

Wednesday, May 21: 4-20-34-39-58

Powerball: 31 Power Play: 5

Correct Winners Payout

5 of 5 & Powerball 0 $114 million

Saturday, May 17: 23-32-39-47-49

Powerball: 22 Power Play: 3

Hollywood ticket wins Lotto prize

A ticket sold in Hollywood, Fla., matched all six Florida Lotto numbers to win a jackpot of $47 million, lottery officials said Thursday. There was no Powerball winner. Saturday's Powerball jackpot is $132 million; the Lotto jackpot is $2 million for Saturday, lottery officials said.

Lottery results 05/22/14 [Last modified: Thursday, May 22, 2014 11:38pm]
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