Eighteen retailers sell $1,000 winning Cowboy Draw tickets

March 25, 2015

Check your tickets! While no one snagged the jackpot, 18 lucky WyoLotto players won $1,000 each in the first drawing of the Cowboy Draw game. And, the March 23 drawing had the highest number of winning tickets, at 9,750, and the highest number of total winnings, at $77,460, in WyoLotto history.

The winning numbers for the March 23 drawing were 5, 8, 14, 18, and 21. The Cowboy Draw jackpot now climbs to $325,000 for the next drawing on Thurs., March 26.  Remember, tickets for the Cowboy Draw game are only sold in Wyoming, giving WyoLotto players higher chances of winning prizes.

RETAILERS THAT SOLD $1,000 WINNING TICKETS

  1. ALPINE:  Texaco, located at 120 US Hwy 89 in Alpine, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 16.

  2. CASPER: Max’s, located at 706 North Center St. in Casper, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 15.

  3. CASPER: Albertson’s, located at 2625 E 2nd Street in Casper, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 15.

  4. CODY: Albertsons, located at 1825 18th Street in Cody, sold a $1,000 ticket on March

  5. CHEYENNE: Town & Country Liquors, located at 516 South Greeley Hwy in Cheyenne, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 15.

  6. CHEYENNE: Kum & Go, located at 4505 Ridge Rd in Cheyenne, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 17.

  7. FORT BRIDGER: TA Operating, located at I80 & Bigelow Rd near Fort Bridger, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 15.

  8. GREEN RIVER: Mansface Drive Inn Liquors, located at 777 Uinta Drive in Green River, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 18.

  9. JACKSON: Smith’s Food and Drug Centers, located at 1425 S Highway 89 in Jackson, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 18.

  10. LARAMIE: Kum & Go, located at 569 North 3rd in Laramie, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 20.

  11. PINEDALE: Ridleys Food Corp, located at 341 East Pine Street in Pinedale, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 15.

  12. RIVERTON: Maverik, located at 601 South Federal in Riverton, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 22.

  13. ROCK SPRINGS: Loaf ‘N Jug, located at 1310 Dewar Drive in Rock Springs, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 15.

  14. ROCK SPRINGS: Smith’s Food and Drug Centers, located at 2531 Foothill Blvd in Rock Springs, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 15.

  15. ROCK SPRINGS: Kelly’s Hitching Post, located at 1900 Yellowstone Road in Rock Springs, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 23.

  16. ROCK SPRINGS: Bombers Sports Bar, located at 1549 Elk Street in Rock Springs, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 23.

  17. TORRINGTON: Torrington Travel Terminal, located at 1500 East Valley Hwy 26 in Torrington, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 23.

  18. WORLAND: Loaf ‘N Jug, located at 1200 Big Horn in Worland, sold a $1,000 ticket on March 18.

Cowboy Draw, which launched on March 15, is a draw game similar to Powerball® and Mega Millions®. Players choose five numbers ranging from 1 to 45. A player who correctly matches all five numbers is the jackpot winner! Players who correctly match four, three and two numbers also win cash prizes of $1,000, $20 and $5, respectively. Each $5 ticket provides two chances to win. The weekly drawings for Cowboy Draw will be held every Monday andThursday at 2 p.m. MST. The jackpot starts at $250,000 and keeps growing until someone wins.

With the addition of the new game, WyoLotto players have more chances to win a jackpot! Mega Millions® jackpot is now at an estimated $15 million, Powerball® now at an estimated $40 million and Cowboy Draw at $325,000. So far, 279,587 WyoLotto players have won a total of $1,551,900 since the launch of the lottery in August 2014.

To receive updates and notifications about the upcoming Wyoming Cowboy Draw game, visit www.wyolotto.com/signup.