04/11/2021 Winning Numbers

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Previous Draw Numbers
04/11/202112 16 1 8
04/10/20213 12 14 17
04/09/20217 24 11 23
04/08/202110 13 8 10
04/07/20218 12 17 23
04/06/202115 25 2 5
04/05/20217 15 2 16
04/04/20214 9 18 25
04/03/20215 9 3 13
04/02/20219 18 18 19
04/01/20216 23 15 17
03/31/20213 17 7 14
03/30/202114 21 19 24
03/29/20212 15 10 26

It’s Two Fun!

2by2 is Wyomingʼs first daily draw game, and itʼs only $1! With phenomenal overall odds (1 in 3.59 wins) and the chance to win free plays, this is the perfect game for anyone who wants an easy game to play and the chance to keep playing.

2by2 has a grand prize of $22,000 (or $44,000 with 2by2 Tuesdays) and three other tiers of winning.

2by2 Tuesdays!

2by2 gives you the opportunity to double your prizes every Tuesday!

On any day of the week, all you have to do is purchase a multidraw 2by2 ticket for 7 or more consecutive days (increments of 7 draws: 7, 14, 21, 28, 35, or 42). Now your ticket is eligible for the 2by2 Tuesday Double Prize feature. All prizes won on Tuesday in that multidraw ticket will be doubled in value for you!

1. Find a Retailer

2. Pick Your Numbers

Or, you can always mark the QP box on your playslip and the ticket terminal will generate random numbers for you.
You can purchase up to 5 plays on a single playslip. Mark your numbers with a pencil or blue or black ink. If you make a mistake, mark the VOID box. DO NOT ERASE.



Save time and have even more fun. Play the same numbers for 2, 3, 7, 14, 21, 28, 35, or 42 consecutive drawings by marking the Multidraw box or telling the clerk how many draws you want.

3. Buy

2by2 tickets cost $1 for a set of 4 numbers. Hand your completed playslip to the clerk or simply tell them how many plays you want.

Remember, your ticket is your receipt. It will show your numbers for each play, the date of the drawing, and the dollar amount you paid. Be sure to confirm the accuracy of your number picks.


4. Sign Your Ticket

Your ticket is your property. Protect it by signing your name on the back. If your ticket is lost or stolen, the only way to prove ownership is through your name, address, and signature.

5: Check Your Numbers

Drawings for 2by2 take place every day at approximately 8:30 p.m. Mountain Time. Ticket sales close at 7:30 p.m. Mountain Time the evening of the drawing.

To see if you’ve won:

  • Take your ticket to a WyoLotto® retailer*
  • Download the WyoLotto app and use the ticket scanner feature
  • Visit wyolotto.com
  • Check your local newspaper or TV station to see if winning numbers are posted
  • Call 855-995-6886

*The Lottery terminal at retailers is the only official source of verified winning ticket numbers. The Lottery is not responsible for inaccurate listings in newspapers, online, or from any other source.

6: Claim Your Prize


Did you win with 2by2? Visit our If You Won page to get all the information about how to claim your prize. Players must redeem their tickets within 180 days from the draw date.

It’s fun! It’s easy!

For just $1, you can play Wyomingʼs first daily draw game. The 1 in 3.59 odds mean that there are tons of winners every day. With these odds and the chance to win free plays, this is the game to play if you want to keep playing!

All free plays will be on one ticket, up to five plays.

*The maximum prize liability per draw is $220,000; however, for the Tuesday draw the maximum liability is $440,000. If there are more than 10 grand prize winners in a draw among the state lotteries, the maximum liability is paid on a pari-mutuel basis among the winning plays.

2by2® FAQ | 2by2® Prizes and Odds | 2by2® Game Rules

The lottery is a form of entertainment. Please play responsibly. 2by2 is governed by state law and the rules, regulations, and directives of the Wyoming Lottery Corporation. Ticket purchasers must be at least 18 years of age. The Wyoming Lottery Corporation shall not be responsible for lost or stolen 2by2 tickets.