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Lotto drawing resultsSat Sep 26, 2020
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Lotto drawing resultsWed Sep 23, 2020
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Lotto drawing resultsSat Sep 19, 2020
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Lotto drawing resultsWed Sep 16, 2020
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Lotto drawing resultsSat Sep 12, 2020
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Lotto drawing resultsWed Sep 09, 2020
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Lotto drawing resultsSat Sep 05, 2020
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Lotto drawing resultsWed Sep 02, 2020
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Lotto drawing resultsSat Aug 29, 2020
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Lotto drawing resultsWed Aug 26, 2020
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 Florida Lotto News and Payout for Saturday, September 26th, 2020

Florida Lotto payout and news
Updated: Saturday, September 26, 2020 11:58 PM

There were no Florida Lotto jackpot winners for Saturday's $4.50 million dollar drawing, so the jackpot will go to an estimated $5 million Wednesday, September 30th, 2020. The winning numbers from Saturday, September 26th, 2020 night's drawing were 10-14-23-42-47-48 with Lotto Xtra 10-14-23-42-47-48.. The Florida Lotto grand prize has been growing for nine draws since Saturday, August 29th, 2020. The last jackpot was won by one lucky ticket which matched all six numbers for a $2,500,000 top prize.

Even though there was no grand prize winner Saturday evening, Florida Lotto had some big winners. There were 292 second prize winning tickets sold Saturday night's drawing, matching Match 5-of-6 winning numbers and won the 2nd prize. 6 second prize winning ticket(s) will collect $6,070 cash each. Another 286 second prize winning ticket(s) also with Lotto Xtra won $163 cash each. In the past year, the second prize payout ranged from $1,485 to $9,636 with an average payout in the amount of $5,271.

Additional major winners Saturday night included 6490 tickets that matched Match 4-of-6 winning numbers. 678 lucky third prize winning ticket(s) would win $82 cash. The other 5812 lucky winning ticket(s) together with Lotto Xtra would win $25 cash. In the past 12 months, the third prize paid the lowest $37 and highest $98 with an average payout $72.

Florida Lotto drawings occur 2 times a week every Wednesday and Saturday night at 11:15 p.m. Eastern Time. Florida Lotto game uses a 6/53 system from which winning numbers are chosen. The overall odds of winning is about 1 to 67. The odds of matching 6 Florida Lotto numbers are 1 to 22,957,840. The minimum Florida Lotto jackpot starts at 2 million dollar. If no ticket wins the first prize, the first prize pool money will be carried over to the next jackpot.

With 5 different ways to win, there were 147,934 winning tickets sold across the state of Florida in the Saturday, September 26th, 2020 drawing. Find below the Florida Lotto prize payout highlights for the Saturday's drawing:

  • No ticket hit Match 6-of-6. In the past year, winning tickets of this prize tier in the drawing of Florida Lotto, won from $1 to $19,000,000, with an average of $3,295,241 prize payout.
  • 292 ticket(s) matched Match 5-of-6 and won $6,070 each. In the past 12 months, tickets hit Match 5-of-6 in the drawing of Florida Lotto, won at least $1,485 to max $9,636. The average prize payout of this prize tier was $5,271.
  • 6490 ticket(s) matched Match 4-of-6 and won $82 each. In the past 12 months, tickets of this prize level in Florida Lotto drawing, won from $37 to $98, with an average of $72 prize payout.
  • 67175 winners matched Match 3-of-6 and won $5 each. In the past year, winning tickets hit Match 3-of-6 in the drawing of Florida Lotto, won a minimum of $5 to max $6. The average payout of this prize tier was $5.

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 About Florida Lotto

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Florida Lotto is an exciting draw game available in the state of Florida. Florida Lotto first tickets went out on sale on Friday 29, 1988 and the first drawing was held on Saturday, May 7, 1988. Josie Morre from Port Charlotte won the first Florida Lotto jackpot of $14,080,000 on May 28, 1988.

Florida Lotto operates a pari-mutuel game whereby prizes are given based on the amount of tickets sold and the number of winners for each prize level with 25% of the amount of ticket sales accumulated in the jackpot prize pool. However, if there was no ticket came up to win the top prize pool during a particular drawing, that prize pool would then roll over to the next week's jackpot prize pool.

There was a significant change that came to the Florida Lotto on October 24, 1999 when 4 additional numbers were then added making 53 numbers total for all players to get to choose from but this makes it difficult for players to have a shot at winning the big jackpot. The first drawing that was mid-week was held on October 27 of 1999 after the second weekly drawings were added on Wednesday nights. This brought about the highest number of 53 but the jackpot was decreased to $3 million because of the twice weekly drawings.

The new Lotto Plus feature was introduced to the Florida Lotto on March 2nd, 2008 in order for the players to be capable to increase the prize of the jackpot by choosing to make wagers ranging from either $2.00 or $3.00. As long as a player increases their wager up to $2 and can match 6 numbers, they will win $10 million along with their share of the jackpot. Lotto Plus couldn't accumulate to prize pools since all the amounts that were wagered for it couldn't rollover where there was no jackpot winner or even where not a single winning ticket had chosen Lotto Plus. The bonus amount of the original Lotto game however, was fixed. The total amount annually a winner will receive or share is the advertised $10 million or $25 million. Players choosing one lump sum will only receive the value that is present and that is their share of the winning bonus in addition to the value of what the jackpot prize is. However, in the event of multiple tickets winning a drawing in addition to them all choosing the "Plus Option", any of the bonus money is then shared equally with the winning tickets with $2 or $3 wagers. Any bonus money will become profit of the Florida Lottery when no bonus is won because Lotto Plus funds do not accumulate, and a loss will accrue to the Lottery when a bonus is won more often than what typically would be expected.

The sale of Florida Lotto was set to fall in January 2009 when the Florida Lottery started to sell Powerball tickets and the Florida Lotto drawings started taking place at 11.15 P.M. ET starting on January 7, 2009 to give room for Powerball drawings to be done at 10.59 P.M. ET. Consequently, sales of the Florida Lotto were badly affected with some of the rollovers going up by just $2 million for each drawing.

Lotto Plus was forced to be discontinued in October 2009 because the existing features were unable to offer consolation prizes for getting a match on at least 3 of the numbers, and so it became hard to compete against Power Play, which offers prizes for each level of Powerball prizes but excluding the jackpot. Besides, Advance pay tickets with Lotto Plus carried on qualifying for a greater prize.

Florida Lotto introduced the Lotto Xtra tickets which when bought together wins a free play Lotto Xtra for a 2 of 6 matches. The minimum prizes for 3 of 6 were also raised from $3.50 to $5. In a deliberate attempt to help with promoting the Lotto Xtra additional feature, the Florida Lottery then guaranteed that a Lotto Xtra ticket that matches at least 3 of the 6 numbers would get a 5x multiplier until December 27 of 2009. The Lotto jackpot then got decreased and was $2 million in February of 2010 and on April 14, 2010, the Florida Lotto went on to produce their 19th consecutive rollover which broke its record before that which was 18, and that was set on April 3, 2010.

 How to play Florida Lotto?

Florida Lotto How to Play?

The minimum age to play the Florida Lotto is 18.

Florida Lotto was initially played by selecting 6 numbers from a field of 49. Each play cost $1 and the drawings are held on Saturday nights. When a player is able to match all six numbers, they then would win a jackpot that is paid in 20 equal yearly instalments but the cash option was not made available until 1998.

Florida Lotto with added Xtra allows a player the chance to win even more on non-jackpot prizes by anywhere from 2-5 times the original amount all for $1 more per day. Players are required to get a Florida Lotto playslip at a local retailer.

Each one of the playslips contains ten panels ranging from A-J. In each of the panels played:

  • A player selects 6 different numbers that range from 1 to 53, or you can opt to use the Quick Pick option in the panel and allow the machine to choose all of your numbers or just a select few.
  • In order to multiply winnings on y of the -jackpot prizes you can opt to choose the Xtra box. Chooseing this Xtra box will cost $1 more for each play. Florida Lotto and Xtra tickets will usually show .XTRA YES.. Note that, the Xtra box will apply to all of the panels on the playslip, Advance Plays, and also Quick Picks played that are also played on your playslip.
  • When a player wants to play the same numbers another day or so or for more than one drawing, they will have to make sure they inform the person helping them, and they will need to tell them how many additional advance draws they want to play. You can also do this in the Advance Play area of the playslip.
  • Hand in your completed slip together with your payment and give it to the retailer and take your printed ticket with your numbers, and also the draw date and the total cost of the ticket.
  • Always make sure your ticket details are accurate.
  • Make sure to check the results of the drawing to see if you are one of the lucky winners! Draw results can be located at any of the authorized Florida Lotto retailers, by phone at (850) 921-PLAY (7529), on the state television channel or on the Florida Lotto websites.
Florida Lotto drawings are held on Wednesdays and also on Saturday nights at 11.15 pm ET. Tickets can be purchased up until 10.40 pm ET on the actual night of the drawing. Any tickets that are purchased after the 10.40 pm stipulated time will go towards the next Florida Lotto draw.

If however, a player decides to claim a prize on winning an Advance Play ticket before all of the tickets have occurred, then they will be issued with a continuation ticket for the remaining draws with the same play numbers as in the original ticket.

If you are a winner you have 180 days to claim your winnings.

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