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Latest Arizona The Pick Results:

Drawing date:
06-19-2024



142123243136

Next drawing date:
06-22-2024
Next Jackpot
$2,800,000

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Arizona The Pick Analysis & Results:

Drawing date:
06-19-2024



142123243136

Next drawing date:
06-22-2024
Next Jackpot
$2,800,000
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Draw History

14: last drawn on 06-15-2024 (2 drawings ago)
21: last drawn on 06-15-2024 (2 drawings ago)
23: last drawn on 06-10-2024 (4 drawings ago)
24: last drawn on 06-10-2024 (4 drawings ago)
31: last drawn on 06-03-2024 (7 drawings ago)
36: last drawn on 05-22-2024 (12 drawings ago)

Top 10 Most Drawn Number in past 100 Drawings

18
Drawn 21 times.
30
Drawn 19 times.
15
Drawn 18 times.
21
Drawn 18 times.
23
Drawn 18 times.
40
Drawn 17 times.
4
Drawn 17 times.
14
Drawn 17 times.
25
Drawn 16 times.
3
Drawn 15 times.

Top 10 Least Drawn Number in Past 100 Drawings

33
Drawn 9 times.
10
Drawn 9 times.
26
Drawn 10 times.
20
Drawn 10 times.
37
Drawn 10 times.
17
Drawn 11 times.
22
Drawn 11 times.
43
Drawn 11 times.
12
Drawn 11 times.
39
Drawn 11 times.

Numbers Drawn Frequencies in Past 100 Drawings

NumberDrawn TimesLast DrawnFav
0115 times2 drawings ago
0212 times10 drawings ago
0315 times10 drawings ago
0417 times2 drawings ago
0515 times13 drawings ago
0614 times10 drawings ago
0712 times7 drawings ago
0815 times3 drawings ago
0915 times6 drawings ago
109 times17 drawings ago
1112 times8 drawings ago
1211 times5 drawings ago
1313 times28 drawings ago
1417 timesIn the last drawing
1518 times18 drawings ago
1612 times7 drawings ago
1711 times28 drawings ago
1821 times15 drawings ago
1912 times4 drawings ago
2010 times4 drawings ago
2118 timesIn the last drawing
2211 times7 drawings ago
2318 timesIn the last drawing
2413 timesIn the last drawing
2516 times2 drawings ago
2610 times2 drawings ago
2714 times5 drawings ago
2813 times4 drawings ago
2914 times13 drawings ago
3019 times3 drawings ago
3112 timesIn the last drawing
3212 times3 drawings ago
339 times7 drawings ago
3412 times13 drawings ago
3513 times2 drawings ago
3615 timesIn the last drawing
3710 times9 drawings ago
3815 times4 drawings ago
3911 times2 drawings ago
4017 times10 drawings ago
4113 times6 drawings ago
4214 times6 drawings ago
4311 times4 drawings ago
4414 times21 drawings ago
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Arizona The Pick

History and Background

The Pick Lottery, one of Arizona's premier lottery games, was launched on October 13, 1984. This game has stood the test of time, maintaining its popularity through straightforward gameplay and consistent prize offerings. Over the decades, The Pick has awarded numerous jackpots, bringing excitement and joy to countless players across the state.

The game has undergone several key milestones and changes:

  • 1984:
  • The Pick is launched as Arizona's flagship lottery game.
  • 1996:
  • Introduction of the Quick Pick option, allowing players to have numbers randomly selected.
  • 2000:
  • The first significant jackpot win, surpassing $10 million.
  • 2010:
  • Addition of the EXTRA! feature, giving players more chances to win.

Game Schedule

The Pick drawings are held twice a week, providing multiple opportunities for players to win big. The draws take place on:

  • Wednesday:
  • Drawings at 7:00 PM MST.
  • Saturday:
  • Drawings at 7:00 PM MST.

Tickets for The Pick can be purchased up until 6:59 PM MST on draw days.

How to Play

The Pick is a simple and straightforward game. Here’s a comprehensive guide on how to play:

  • Number Selection:
  • Players must select six numbers from a pool of 1 to 44. The goal is to match all six numbers drawn to win the jackpot. Players can choose their numbers manually or opt for the Quick Pick feature, where the system randomly selects numbers.
  • Ticket Purchasing:
  • Tickets can be purchased from any authorized Arizona Lottery retailer. Each ticket costs $1. Players can add the EXTRA! feature for an additional $1, which gives them a chance to win extra cash prizes.
  • Draw Process:
  • The Pick uses a random number generator to ensure fairness in the selection of winning numbers. Drawings are conducted under strict security protocols to maintain integrity.

Winning and Prizes

The Pick offers a tiered prize structure with varying amounts awarded based on the number of matched numbers. Here is a detailed breakdown:

  • Match 6:
  • Jackpot (minimum $1 million)
  • Match 5:
  • $2,000
  • Match 4:
  • $50
  • Match 3:
  • $3

The starting jackpot for The Pick is $1 million. If no one wins the jackpot, it rolls over to the next draw, leading to potentially larger prizes. This rollover continues until someone matches all six numbers and wins the jackpot.

Odds and Prize Structure

The odds of winning The Pick depend on the number of matched numbers. Here is a detailed breakdown of the odds:

MatchPrizeOdds
Match 6 Jackpot 1 in 7,059,052
Match 5 $2,000 1 in 30,961
Match 4 $50 1 in 669
Match 3 $3 1 in 42

Odds are calculated based on the total number of possible combinations of numbers. For The Pick, the odds are determined by the number of ways players can select 6 numbers out of a pool of 44. The formula used is a combination formula (C(n, k) = n! / [k!(n - k)!]), where n is the total number of numbers, and k is the number of numbers chosen.

Claiming Prizes

Winners can claim their prizes through various methods, depending on the amount won. Here are the details:

    • In-Store Claims:
    • Prizes of $600 or less can be claimed directly at any authorized Arizona Lottery retailer. Simply present the winning ticket to receive your prize.
    • Mail-in Claims:
    • For prizes over $600, players can mail their winning tickets to the Arizona Lottery office. Ensure to include a completed claim form and a copy of your identification. Mail the ticket and documents to:


Arizona Lottery Claims Department
4740 E. University Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85034

  • Online Claims:
  • Currently, the Arizona Lottery does not offer online claims for lottery prizes. All claims must be made in person or by mail.

Winners have 180 days from the date of the drawing to claim their prize. After this period, unclaimed prizes are forfeited and returned to the state for other uses. When claiming prizes over $600, winners must provide valid government-issued identification to verify their identity. The original winning ticket must be presented or mailed in for prize claims. Photocopies are not accepted, so ensure you have the physical ticket.

Tax Implications

Lottery winnings are subject to federal and state taxes. Here's what winners need to know:

  • Federal Taxes:
  • The IRS mandates a 24% withholding on prizes over $5,000. This amount is automatically deducted before the prize is awarded to the winner.
  • State Taxes:
  • Arizona imposes a state tax on lottery winnings. The current state tax rate is 5% for residents and 6% for non-residents. This tax is in addition to the federal withholding.
  • Local Taxes:
  • Depending on the winner's place of residence, local taxes may also apply. It's important to consult with a tax professional to understand the full tax implications of your lottery winnings.

The total withholding rate for federal and state taxes on lottery winnings in Arizona is 29% for residents and 30% for non-residents. These rates ensure that a portion of the taxes owed is collected at the time of the prize payout. Lottery winners must report their winnings on their annual tax returns. The Arizona Lottery provides a W-2G form for prizes over $600, which details the amount won and the taxes withheld. This form should be included with your tax filings.

Responsible Gaming

The Arizona Lottery is committed to promoting responsible gaming and provides resources to help players manage their gambling activities responsibly. Here are some key resources and tips:

    • Resources and Support:
    • Players can find support and information on responsible gaming at the following:


Arizona Casinos Responsible Gaming

      Arizona Problem Gambling Helpline:

1-800-NEXT-STEP (1-800-639-8783)

  • Counseling Services:
  • Various counseling services are available for individuals struggling with gambling addiction. These services provide confidential support and guidance to help individuals regain control over their gambling behaviors.
  • Self-Exclusion Programs:
  • The Arizona Lottery offers self-exclusion programs that allow individuals to voluntarily exclude themselves from lottery games for a specified period. This program helps players take a break from gambling and seek support if needed.
  • Tips for Responsible Play:
    • Set Limits:
    • Establish a budget for lottery play and stick to it.
    • Play for Fun:
    • Remember that playing the lottery should be a form of entertainment, not a way to make money.
    • Seek Help:
    • If gambling becomes a problem, seek professional assistance immediately.

Contact Information

For more information or assistance, players can contact the Arizona Lottery through the following:

    • Lottery Headquarters:
    • The main office of the Arizona Lottery is located at:


Arizona Lottery
4740 E. University Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Phone: (480) 921-4400

    • Regional Offices:
    • The Arizona Lottery also has regional offices to serve players throughout the state:


Tucson Office
2900 E. Broadway Blvd., Suite 190
Tucson, AZ 85716
Phone: (520) 628-5107

    • Customer Service Contacts:
    • For general inquiries and customer support, players can contact the Arizona Lottery customer service team:


Phone: (480) 921-4400
Email: customer.service@azlottery.com

    • Online Support Websites:
    • Additional information and support can be found on the Arizona Lottery's official website:


Arizona Lottery Official Website