The Powerball jackpot now stands at $750 million. The Mega Millions big prize is just a few million short of $1 billion ($977 million).

You must match ALL six numbers drawn to win the jackpot for either of these two lottery games.

How To Win Without Matching ANY Numbers

There is a Texas Lottery game where you can win the jackpot payout, and not match any drawn numbers. The game is called 'All or Nothing', and it's simple to play.

Texas Lottery
Texas Lottery

Pick 12 numbers out of the 24 in play (1-24).  Twelve winning numbers are selected and you can win payouts depending on how many numbers you match...or DON'T match.

Match all 12 of your numbers and you win $250,000. That's the same payout if you don't match any of the numbers on your ticket.

Payouts and Odds of All or Nothing

As you might expect, the odds of matching all 12 or none of the numbers are very slim,

Texas Lottery
Texas Lottery

There is no payout if you match 5, 6, or 7 numbers on your card. The game has many similarities to keno and 'last man standing' bingo.

Two Winners So Far in 2024

Since the start of the year, two players have won $250,000. Both of them won their payouts by matching NO numbers on their card.

One of the winning cards was sold in Austin, and the other in Houston.

'All or Nothing' drawings are held every Monday through Saturday at 10:00 a.m., 12:27 p.m., 6:00 p.m. and 10:12 p.m. (morning, day, evening, and night). The cost for every play is $2.

Just like many other lotto-based games, you can choose your numbers or use the quick pick option.

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