The inaugural Missouri Lottery tickets became available for purchase in 1986. Missouri's prominent game, Lotto, boasts a minimum jackpot of $1 million.
In 1992, the lottery introduced the sale of Powerball tickets, followed by Mega Millions in 2010. A significant portion of Missouri's lottery revenue is earmarked for public education, constituting four percent of the state's education funding. Since its inception, the Missouri Lottery has contributed over $6.5 billion to support public education within the state.
What is the deadline for claiming my winnings?
What should I do if my winning ticket is lost, stolen, or damaged?
Is it possible to maintain my privacy if I win a lottery prize?
What is the destination of the funds generated by the Missouri Lottery?
Is it possible to acquire lottery tickets through mail, phone, or online?
What is the minimum age requirement for participating in the Missouri Lottery?
Which lottery games are available for play in Missouri?
Do I need to pay taxes on Missouri Lottery winnings?
Is it possible to acquire lottery tickets ahead of time?