While the upcoming football season may have a different look than previous years, the same great partnership between the Texas Lottery and the Dallas Cowboys is being renewed for a 12th consecutive year.
Can you imagine having a ticket in your pocket worth $1 Million, then losing it? Someone out there purchased a quick pick in El Paso back in January and either lost it or forgot about it and now, that winning million-dollar ticket is about to expire. Chances are slim that anyone around here made that purchase but you never know. If you were in El Paso back in January... just saying.
Okay, I'll admit it, I'm jealous but very happy that a Texarkana resident has claimed a second-tier Mega Millions prize worth $1 million for the drawing on March 24. The ticket was purchased at Wendy's/Exxon located at 3737 New Boston Road.
I know you have that big fat winning lottery ticket burning a hole in your pocket but the Texas Lottery Claim Centers have been closed due to the "Rona" right? Well, worry no more, the plan is to reopen the claim centers, by appointment only, on June 1.
Texas Lottery players can show their support for Texas veterans by purchasing the new Veterans Cash scratch ticket. The $2 patriotic-themed game benefits the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance.
Hallelujah Ridge, LP, Kristy W. Fox, Manager, of Dallas, claimed a $32.25 million Lotto Texas jackpot from the Oct. 3 drawing. Since the cash value option was selected at the time of purchase, the claimant will receive $22,688,989.92.
On May 18, the Texas Lottery will temporarily move its drawing studio from its current 6th Street location to a secondary site during planned renovations. Texas Lottery drawings will take place at 8006 Cameron Road, Suite F, Austin, Texas through July...
Two winning tickets were sold in last week's lottery in Texas. One has been claimed, but the other has not -- so far.
One of the two Lotto Texas® jackpot winners has claimed his share of the estimated annuitized $16.25 million jackpot, plus more...