CA SuperLotto Plus

SuperLotto plus is a huge lottery game exclusive to CA that offers some of the biggest state lottery jackpots in the country. Draws take place on Wednesday and Saturday nights and offer players nine different prize tiers that start as low as just matching the Mega ball. Jackpots start at $7million and can rise into the tens of millions of dollars in just a few weeks.

CA SuperLotto Plus Numbers

Below are the latest winning numbers for the SuperLotto Plus draw along with those from the last three weeks.

Saturday May 18th 2024
25 27 32 35 37 22

Next Estimated Jackpot
$37 Million
Wednesday May 15th 2024
19 30 39 41 42 2

Saturday May 11th 2024
2 10 23 30 34 5

Wednesday May 8th 2024
2 3 26 32 33 23

Saturday May 4th 2024
5 12 24 32 43 5

Wednesday May 1st 2024
9 22 35 42 43 20

Saturday April 27th 2024
6 7 16 17 37 1

Game Details

How to Play

SuperLotto Plus tickets cost only $1 per entry, with up to five entries possible on each playslip. Just choose five numbers from 1 to 47 and one Mega number from 1 to 27 per entry. If you are struggling to decide which numbers to play then just mark the Quick Pick option which will randomly select your five numbers and Mega number once you pay for your entries at the counter.

You can also choose to play in advance and enter the same numbers into multiple draws in a row. Players can choose up to 20 consecutive draws to play when marking in the advance draws box, but it will cost you $1 per entry into each draw, so if you enter one set of numbers into 20 consecutive draws then it will cost you $20 to do so.

If you find you have made a mistake on your playslip then just mark the VOID box which will cancel that entry from being created. Once you have paid for your ticket, check the numbers and draws entered are correct, then store the ticket in safe place. It is also best to sign the back of your lottery ticket to make sure that even if your ticket is lost, the ownership will still be traced back to you should someone try and claim your winnings.

SuperLotto Plus 2nd Chance

For every $1 spent entering the SuperLotto Plus draw, you will receive an entry into the SuperLotto Plus 2nd Chance draw that takes place weekly. There are five $15,000 prizes to be won by entering the code you are given from your main draw entry.


SuperLotto offers some of the best lotto prizes in the entire country, not just in the state of California. Players can win $1 for matching just the Mega number and will rise for every other number matched all the way up to the jackpot prize for matching all five main numbers and the Mega number. All other the other prize tiers are pari-mutuel, meaning the prize per winner is dependent on ticket sales and the number of winners in that tier. Check out the table below for a full breakdown of CA SuperLotto Plus prizes and odds of winning.

CA SuperLotto Plus Prizes and Odds
Numbers Matched Prize Amount Odds of Winning
5 + Mega Number Jackpot 1 in 41,416,353
5 Pari-mutuel (est. $45,000) 1 in 1,592,936
4 + Mega Number Pari-mutuel (est. $1,500) 1 in 197,220
4 Pari-mutuel (est. $100) 1 in 7,585
3 + Mega Number Pari-mutuel (est. $55) 1 in 4,810
3 Pari-mutuel (est. $10) 1 in 185
2 + Mega Number Pari-mutuel (est. $10) 1 in 360
1 + Mega Number Pari-mutuel (est. $1) 1 in 74
Mega Number Fixed at $1 1 in 48

SuperLotto jackpots are either paid as a cash lump-sum or as annuity payments over the space of 30 years. The advertised jackpot amount is paid as 1.81% at the time of winning, then rises exponentially until the final payment of 5.56% is made in the 30th year. The cash option can be chosen when claiming your prize and will be paid as one lump-sum, minus the respective federal taxes. California is one of only 10 jurisdictions in the USA that does not have a state tax on lottery winnings.

Claiming Prizes

All prizes of $599 or under can be claimed from a normal lottery retailer or from any of the nine lottery district offices. Any prizes over $600 must be claimed from a lottery district office with a filled-out claims form. All lottery prizes must be claimed within 180 days of the draw taking place, after which the payout is transferred to the California Education Fund.