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Pick 5

This exciting PA game has the chance to play and win up to a $50,000 cash prize twice every day. With the Wild Ball add-on, you get even more possible winning matches. Enter the Day draw at 1:35 pm ET, the Evening draw at 6:59 pm, or both. Ticket sales close just before each draw, at 1:05 pm and 6:57 pm, so make your purchase before then to enter the next game.

How to Play

Each game costs $1.00 and you can play up to five times on a playslip – one panel equals one play.

For every play, choose any five-digit number from 00000 to 99999. Alternatively, Quick Pick can randomly generate the numbers for you.

Your play type will determine the prizes you’re eligible for and the chances of winning – see “Prizes and Odds of Winning” below for more details. Straight play: Only an exact order match with the numbers drawn wins. Box play: A match in any order with the numbers drawn wins.

Select your draw time: Day at 1:35 pm ET, Evening at 6:59 pm ET, or enter both. You may also Advance Play your numbers and play type to enter up to seven future draws on one ticket.

Wild Ball

Wild Ball is an add-on for any Pick game that can create more chances to win. The Lottery draws a random one-digit Wild Ball before each Day and Evening draw. Use the Wild Ball number to replace one of the game numbers drawn for the chance to match extra winning combos (your ticket doesn’t change).

If you add Wild Ball, the cost of your play type will double and payouts will also differ from the base game. See “Prizes and Odds of Winning” below and visit the Wild Ball page for more information.

Pick 5 Prizes and Odds of Winning

Below you’ll find information on each Pick 5 play type, prize amounts plus chances of winning.

Adding Wild Ball changes the prizes and odds from the base game. Scroll down to the second table for information.

Pick 5 with Wild Ball Prizes and Odds of Winning

The Wild Ball option changes the prizes and chances of winning of the Pick 5 base game – the table below has details of a $1.00 play with Wild Ball.

PA Pick 5 with Wild Ball Prizes and Odds of Winning
Play Type* Pick 5 Base Game Prize Wild Ball Prize Wild Ball Odds of Winning
Straight $50,000 $12,000 1 in 20,000
Box (5-Way) $10,000 $2,400 1 in 4,000
Box (10-Way) $5,000 $1,200 1 in 2,000
Box (20-Way) $2,500 $600 1 in 1,000
Box (30-Way) $1,700 $400 1 in 667
Box (60-Way) $850 $200 1 in 333
Box (120-Way) $425 $100 1 in 167
Front Four $5,000 $1,500 1 in 2,500
Back Four $5,000 $1,500 1 in 2,500
Front Three $500 $200 1 in 333
Back Three $500 $200 1 in 333
Front Pair $50 $30 1 in 50
Back Pair $50 $30 1 in 50
*Pick 5 with Wild Ball, $1 per play.

Pick 5 Winning Examples

Learn more about how Pick 5 works with examples of winning plays using different play types.

Pick 5 is the Pennsylvania Lottery game that pays out 5,000 to 1 on a Straight play. With a Day and Evening draw every day, there are plenty of chances to hit it big – add the Wild Ball option to help make even more winning combinations. See how to play, play styles, winning examples, and prizes and odds.

Pennsylvania Pick 5 Evening Numbers

Check your numbers from the latest Pick 5 Evening Pennsylvania Lottery draw. You can also view winning numbers from the previous six draws, held every night at 6:59 pm ET. The results are updated just after the draw takes place, so bookmark this page and check back whenever you play.

Have you played the Day draw, held every afternoon at 1:35 pm ET? Go to the Pick 5 Day numbers page to check if you’ve won a cash prize.

If you haven’t played Pick 5 before, it’s easy to get started with this exciting game offering a $50,000 top prize to be won twice every day. The Wild Ball option adds even more chances to win. Check out the Pick 5 dedicated game page with information on how to play, play types, prizes, and chances of winning.

To visit the archive of past Evening results back to 2010, scroll to the bottom of the page and click “View Past Numbers.”

Pick 5 Evening numbers – check your tickets against results of the last seven PA Lottery draws and view an archive of past results back to 2010. ]]>