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California Super Lotto

Check the latest California SuperLotto Plus numbers from the past 10 draws right here. Use the results on this page to find out if you've won the jackpot or if it's rolled over, and click through to see a breakdown of winners and payouts for each draw.

California SuperLotto Plus is the main state lottery played across California, and is drawn every Wednesday and Saturday after ticket sales close at 7:45 PM PT. SuperLotto Plus is a two-drum game requiring players to match five numbers from a pool of 47, followed by one Mega number from a second pool of 27 in order to win the jackpot.

SuperLotto costs just $1 to play for nine ways to win exciting prizes, including a jackpot that starts at USD$7 million but regularly rolls over to generate sums that can run into tens of millions of dollars. There are an additional eight prize tiers offering secondary prizes to players who match fewer numbers.

Every non-winning SuperLotto ticket gets another chance to score $15,000 in a weekly SuperLotto Plus 2nd Chance draw. Every $1 spent equals one entry in the 2nd Chance draw, plus any additional promo draws.

Scroll down to see all the prizes available to be won and the odds of taking them home.

This California Super Lotto data includes all draws up to and including Saturday 13th August 2022. The last California Super Lotto draw number was 3,690.

Prize Draw Information

Last Jackpot

The last jackpot drawn on Saturday 13th August 2022 for California Super Lotto was $15 Million

The next estimated California Super Lotto jackpot is $16 Million
which will be drawn on Wednesday 17th August 2022

California Super Lotto

California SuperLotto Numbers (Last 10 Draws)

Draw Date Winning Numbers Draw Detail
Saturday 13th August 2022
  • 1
  • 12
  • 25
  • 42
  • 45
  • 9
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Wednesday 10th August 2022
  • 3
  • 11
  • 21
  • 23
  • 45
  • 14
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Saturday 6th August 2022
  • 19
  • 26
  • 28
  • 35
  • 39
  • 6
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Wednesday 3rd August 2022
  • 1
  • 10
  • 24
  • 25
  • 43
  • 5
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Saturday 30th July 2022
  • 2
  • 11
  • 28
  • 29
  • 33
  • 3
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Wednesday 27th July 2022
  • 2
  • 8
  • 11
  • 13
  • 21
  • 21
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Saturday 23rd July 2022
  • 2
  • 10
  • 24
  • 41
  • 47
  • 10
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Wednesday 20th July 2022
  • 7
  • 16
  • 30
  • 40
  • 44
  • 16
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Saturday 16th July 2022
  • 2
  • 14
  • 26
  • 35
  • 43
  • 27
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Wednesday 13th July 2022
  • 12
  • 19
  • 20
  • 36
  • 42
  • 3
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SuperLotto Odds & Prize Draw Breakdown

Lottery Odds

Players must pick 5 balls from a pool of 47 and 1 Mega Ball from a separate pool of 27. CA lottery prizes are pari-mutuel - prize values are based on a percentage of ticket sales and prizes are shared if there are multiple winners in a tier.

Numbers Matched Prizes Odds (Rounded)
5 Main Numbers + Mega Ball Jackpot 1 in 41,416,353
5 Main Numbers Pari-mutuel 1 in 1,592,937
4 Main Numbers + Mega Ball Pari-mutuel 1 in 197,221
4 Main Numbers Pari-mutuel 1 in 7,585
3 Main Numbers + Mega Ball Pari-mutuel 1 in 4,810
3 Main Numbers Pari-mutuel 1 in 185
2 Main Numbers + Mega Ball Pari-mutuel 1 in 361
1 Main Numbers + Mega Ball $2 1 in 74
Mega Ball Only $1 1 in 49

Approx. Overall Odds: 1 in 23
View the FAQs for an explanation of how overall odds of winning are calculated.

California Super Lotto Draw Details

California Super Lotto is drawn on the following days
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
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California SuperLotto Plus History

The California state lottery was created in November 1984 with the aim of generating additional funds for the state’s education fund. The first draw under its original name, California SuperLotto, was held in 1986 using a matrix of six from 49. In 1990, the matrix was changed to require players to match six numbers from a pool of 53 to win the jackpot. At the same time, a Bonus Ball was introduced, which was drawn from the same ball pool.

In 2000, the name of the lottery was changed to California SuperLotto Plus and the format changed from a single drum to its current two-drum set-up. This lengthened the odds against winning the top prize but meant that rollovers would generate much bigger jackpots.

The largest jackpot ever won on the California SuperLotto Plus was worth USD$193 million. This was won in February 2002, shared by three ticket-holders.

Californian law stipulates that all lottery prizes must be pari-mutuel; this means that prize values are calculated on the basis of a percentage of the ticket sales and the number of winners. This law applies to all lotteries played in the state, including Powerball and Mega Millions.

How to Claim a Prize

Winners have multiple options to claim, depending on the prize amount. The quickest way to redeem wins of $600 and above is at a Lottery District Office.

Lottery District Offices are open Monday through Friday from 8AM to 5PM PT for walk-in claims. No appointment is needed. Claims are no longer being accepted via drop box.

$599 and Below

There are three ways you can claim your prize - choose the most convenient one for you.

  • Cash your ticket at a CA Lottery retailer and get paid your winnings right there and then.
  • Claim at a CA Lottery District Office. Complete a claim form and also bring your signed winning ticket plus current ID such as a State ID, driver license, or passport.
  • Claim by mail. Fill out a claim form and send it with your signed winning ticket to:

    California Lottery
    730 North 10th Street
    Sacramento, CA 95811

    The Lottery recommends saving a copy of your claim form and ticket, and sending the originals by certified mail.

$600 and Over

Note that San Diego, Fresno and Sacramento winners can claim most prizes of $1,000 or below at their local Lottery District Offices and receive their checks immediately. The rest of the claim process is the same as below.

Individual winners should complete Claim Form CSL1242. A single player claiming on behalf of a group for wins of $600 to $999,999 should also complete this form, plus IRS Form 5754. For group prizes of $1 million or above, the group representative should complete form CSL 0896 and the remaining members complete CSL 0897.

If the prize is an annuity, a Payment Election form must also be completed by the winner and witnessed by a Lottery representative or notary.

Here are the claim options:

  • Claim at a CA Lottery District Office. Bring completed claim form(s), signed winning ticket, and current ID such as State ID, driver license, or passport. A group prize may be claimed by a single representative but they will need to have completed forms for all members.
  • Claim by mail. Follow the steps in the previous section.

2nd Chance Claims

2nd Chance winners will need to fill out a 2nd Chance claim form.

If you’ve won a 2nd Chance prize, you’ll receive an email from the Lottery asking you to sign in to your account, where you’ll find a link to the claim form. You have the option to claim at a Lottery District Office or by mail.

  • Claim at a CA Lottery District Office. Bring the completed claim form, signed winning ticket, and current ID such as State ID, driver license, or passport.
  • Claim by mail. Fill out the claim form and send with the signed winning ticket to:

    Attn: 2nd Chance Promotion
    California Lottery
    730 North 10th Street
    Sacramento, CA 95811

    The Lottery recommends saving a copy of your claim form and ticket, and sending the originals by certified mail.


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