No Winner in Saturday’s Lotto Texas Jackpot, the Largest Prize in 12 Years Grows


There was no winner for Saturday’s $47.25 million Lotto Texas jackpot — the largest advertised jackpot in the state lottery in more than 12 years.

The numbers drawn Saturday were: 1, 4, 15, 26, 28, and 32. However, there was no winner in Saturday’s grand prize drawing, the Texas Lottery said online.

Monday’s drawing offers an estimated $48 million prize with an estimated cash value of $28.27 million.

If someone wins Monday night and takes the cash value option, they’ll pay approximately $7,065,500 in federal taxes and take home roughly $21,202,500. Texas lottery winners don’t pay a state tax on lottery winnings.

Saturday’s annuitized jackpot was the third-largest in North America and fifth-largest in the world going into the drawing. In North America, Lotto Texas was only eclipsed by Friday’s $126 million Mega Millions jackpot and Saturday’s $119 million Powerball jackpot — both of which also rolled over this weekend to jackpots of $145 million and $131 million, respectively.

Saturday’s drawing was the 69th in the current Lotto Texas jackpot run since starting as an estimated annuitized $5 million for the Sept. 19 drawing.

This is the largest Lotto Texas jackpot up for grabs since the drawing on May 29, 2010, when the advertised jackpot reached an estimated $97 million.

The last time the game had a jackpot winner of more than $40 million was for the drawing on Sept. 30, 2020, when an estimated $47 million prize was claimed by a Seguin resident.


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