Natural State Jackpot Grows Once Again

Natural State Jackpot Grows Once Again

No one matched all five numbers in the Natural State Jackpot last night. Just over 6-thousand people won from $1 to $300 dollars, but the big prize is continuing to grow.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- No one matched all five numbers in the Natural State Jackpot last night.

Just over 6-thousand people won from $1 to $300 dollars, but the big prize is continuing to grow.

Tonight the jackpot is $310,000.

The next NSJ drawing will be Saturday night at 8:00 p.m.

There were 6,384 lucky players who won prizes from $1 to $300, in last night’s NSJ drawing.

Prizes are won based on correctly matching numbers drawn, winning starts with two matched numbers.

The Natural State Jackpot game is only available in Arkansas.

There has been 47 consecutive nightly drawings without a Top Prize Jackpot Winner.

Drawings are held six nights a week (every night except Sunday) at 8:00 p.m.

The Natural State Jackpot has been won 20 times since the game began in August of last year.

The Largest Natural State Jackpot that has been won to date was $295,000 on January 14, 2014. 

Players choose five numbers between one and 39 and can play the same numbers for up to 20 consecutive draws. 

Each play costs $1.
 
Players matching two numbers will win $1; three numbers win $7; four matching numbers win $300, and all five numbers will win the jackpot, guaranteed to be worth at least $25,000. 

Each night in which there is no big winner, an additional $5,000 is added to the jackpot. 

If there is more than one jackpot winner, the prize will be equally divided among all the jackpot prize winners. 

The overall odds of winning are one in nine. 

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