Since 1992, the Texas Lottery® has celebrated with players by paying out more than $30 billion in cash prizes to winners around the state. You can see if you're holding the next lucky set of numbers for your favorite game live, right here in Austin. Drawings for Lotto Texas®, Cash Five®, Texas Two Step®, Daily 4™, Pick 3™, and the Texas Lottery Mega Millions® add-on feature, Megaplier®, can be viewed at the Texas Lottery Commission Drawings Studio at 611 E. 6th Street, Monday through Saturday at 12:27 p.m. and 10:12 p.m.
How does the Texas Lottery use the money you spend on your favorite games? For every dollar spent on lottery products, an average of 27 cents is transferred to the Foundation School Fund to help pay for the education of young Texans. The Texas Lottery has raised more than $16 billion for the state of Texas since the first ticket was sold. Of that amount, over $11 billion went to the Foundation School Fund.
Your dollar makes a difference!
Watch Live Texas Lottery Drawings While in Austin!
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