All or Nothing | Wisconsin Lottery

HOW TO PLAY ALL OR NOTHING:

  1. Choose eleven different numbers from 1 to 22 .
  2. Place wagers by asking for a QUICK PICK or by using the All or Nothing playslip. Playslips are available at Wisconsin Lottery retailers .
  3. Choose which drawing to play. MIDDAY (1:30 p.m.), EVENING (9:00 p.m.), or BOTH. All or Nothing drawings are held doubly casual, seven days a workweek .
  4. Choose how many days to play. Each tag costs $ 2 per play per draw. All or Nothing can be played up to 7 draws for MIDDAY, astir to 7 draws for EVENING, or up to 14 draws for BOTH ( 7 MIDDAY and 7 flush ) in advance.
    For exercise, at 4:00 post meridiem Friday, a actor purchases 1 play for BOTH drawings for 1 day. They will receive a ticket with 1 play for Friday ’ s EVENING draw and 1 act for Saturday ’ s MIDDAY drawing the next day.

  5. Check playslip carefully before handing it to the retailer. ALL OR NOTHING TICKETS CAN NOT BE CANCELLED .
  6. Give completed playslip and cash to the retailer .
  7. Receive, sign, and safeguard ticket. A tag is needed to claim a prize. Playslips are not valid to claim a prize .
  8. Winning prizes may be claimed on tickets with additional draws on them. An exchange ticket will be given to players who are redeeming a choice on a ticket that has extra draws.

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Wisconsin Lottery Lotto Game Daily All or Nothing Ticket

HOW TO WIN ALL OR NOTHING:

MATCH WIN ODDS
11 of 11 $100,000* (TOP PRIZE) 1:705,432
10 of 11 $500 1:5,831
9 of 11 $40 1:234
8 of 11 $4 1:26
3 of 11 $4 1:26
2 of 11 $40 1:234
1 of 11 $500 1:5,831
0 of 11 $100,000* (TOP PRIZE) 1:705,432

DRAW DAYS:

DRAW TIME SU M T W TH F S
MIDDAY
1:30 p.m.
EVENING
9:00 p.m.
Drawings are held every day after 1:30 p.m. for MIDDAY draws and after 9:00 p.m. for EVENING draws. Tickets must be purchased before 1:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. to be included in that day’s MIDDAY or EVENING drawing

All or Nothing odds based on one toy for $ 2. Prizes are approximately 55.3 % of sales. *If there are more than 20 winning plays for the TOP PRIZE, $ 2,000,000 is shared evenly among all TOP PRIZE winning plays. Prizes up to $ 599 may be claimed at a Wisconsin Lottery retailer. Prizes $ 600 and higher must be claimed at a Lottery function or by mail. Prizes $ 200,000 and higher must be claimed at the Madison Validation agency. Tickets, transactions, and winners are submit to state law and Lottery regulations. Purchasers must be at least 18 years old. Prizes not claimed within 180 days after drawing are forfeited .

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