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AZ The Pick Jan 14, 2023 Results & Winning Numbers

AZ The Pick Lottery Results For Jan 14, 2023, & Winning Numbers – Find in this post AZ The Pick Lottery Results for Jan 14, 2023, live drawing, top payouts, and updated winning numbers for today (Saturday) and the past 30 days.

Date AZ The Pick Numbers Payout
Saturday, Jan 14, 2023 1-14-24-32-38-39 $2.4 Million

AZ The Pick Lottery Results For Yesterday

Check here the Winning Numbers for Yesterday’s AZ The Pick Jan 11, 2023.

Date AZ The Pick Numbers Payout
Wednesday, Jan 11, 2023 6-7-18-29-33-42 $2.3 Million

How much price is Arizona The Pick Lottery Ticket?

The cost of tickets for AZ The Pick Lottery Ticket Cost is $1 per play. The cost multiplies according to your selected number of plays.

$1 or $2 for EXTRA!

What is the Next Draw Date & Time for Arizona The Pick?

16 January 2023 (Monday) at 7:00 P.M., (GMT-7:00) is the next draw date and time for AZ The Pick lottery.

AZ The Pick Jan 14 2023 - Arizona Live Draw

AZ The Pick Lottery Past Winning Numbers

Check here the Winning Numbers for today’s AZ The Pick Lottery and the past 30 days.

Drawing Date Lottery Name Past Winning Numbers Jackpot
14 Jan 2023   Arizona The Pick 1-14-24-32-38-39 $2.4 Million
11 Jan 2023   Arizona The Pick 6-7-18-29-33-42 $2.3 Million
09 Jan 2023   Arizona The Pick 4-8-22-32-33-43 $2.2 Million 
07 Jan 2023   Arizona The Pick 4-16-29-33-35-37 $2.1 Million 
04 Jan 2023   Arizona The Pick 3-7-18-32-36-39 $1.9 Million 
02 Jan 2023   Arizona The Pick 12-15-16-28-37-39 $1.8 Million
31 Dec 2022   Arizona The Pick 4-10-12-24-25-32 $1.7 Million
28 Dec 2022   Arizona The Pick 15-17-18-19-39-41 $1.6 Million
26 Dec 2022   Arizona The Pick 5-6-21-27-29-41 $1.5 Million
24 Dec 2022   Arizona The Pick 1-3-21-23-28-34 $1.4 Million
21 Dec 2022   Arizona The Pick $– Million
14 Dec 2022   Arizona The Pick 26-28-33-35-40-41 $1.2 Million
12 Dec 2022   Arizona The Pick 6-10-14-28-31-35 $1.2 Million
10 Dec 2022   Arizona The Pick 5-7-12-15-21-31 $1.2 Million
07 Dec 2022   Arizona The Pick 6-7-21-23-43-44 $1.1 Million
05 Dec 2022   Arizona The Pick 5-7-27-29-39-40 $1 Million
03 Dec 2022   Arizona The Pick 7-14-24-36-38-41 $1 Million
30 Nov 2022   Arizona The Pick 11-16-24-26-35-39 $1 Million
28 Nov 2022   Arizona The Pick 1-4-6-11-22-44 $1 Million
26 Nov 2022   Arizona The Pick 10-14-30-32-39-41 $1 Million
23 Nov 2022   Arizona The Pick 2-13-14-15-19-26 $1 Million
19 Nov 2022   Arizona The Pick 2-4-10-19-23-32 $6.8 Million
16 Nov 2022   Arizona The Pick 20-21-22-32-34-41 $6.8 Million
14 Nov 2022   Arizona The Pick 1-4-21-23-25-34 $2.4 Million
12 Nov 2022   Arizona The Pick 4-10-26-37-42-44 $2.4 Million
09 Nov 2022   Arizona The Pick 2-6-17-23-37-41 $2.3 Million
07 Nov 2022   Arizona The Pick 6-11-17-22-37-42 $2.2 Million
05 Nov 2022   Arizona The Pick 8-12-16-26-38-44 $2.1 Million
02 Nov 2022   Arizona The Pick 3-12-25-26-27-43 $1.9 Million
29 Oct 2022   Arizona The Pick 8-22-26-34-37-39 $1.8 Million

Note: We regularly update the above-prescribed previous results history list and daily Arizona The Pick results.

AZ The Pick Jan 14 2023 - Arizona Lottery Results

AZ The Pick Lottery Draw Time Schedule

View here AZ The  Pick Lottery Live drawing timing & sales closing Time is 06:59 P.M. Pacific Time, (GMT-7:00 am) for a whole week.

Draw Days   AZ The Pick Draw Time Sales Stop Time
Monday 7:04 P.M. 6:59 P.M.
Wednesday 7:04 P.M. 6:59 P.M.
Saturday 7:04 P.M. 6:59 P.M.
All times are Arizona local Time

Top Story and News About AZ The Pick, Powerball

World’s largest Powerball Jackpot Prize

November 17, 2022 – Johson County residents claim a recently estimated jackpot prize of $5 million Hoosier Lotto and an estimated $1 million Jackpot prize of Powerball.

November 14, 2022 – Wallingford Powerball Winners group celebrates $50,000 Prize winning tickets.  Rich Dipietro of East Hartford has worked for APS Technologies in Wallingford for the past 22 years. During that time he also headed up a lottery pool that included a number of his fellow employees.

November 10, 2022 – Powerball winner of Dana Pniewski, Stratford residents play her father’s old Roulette numbers and win $50,000 on November 09, 2022.

October 03, 2022 – A winning Powerball lottery $50,000 ticket is purchased in April 2022, set to expire on Monday, October 17, 2022. A Powerball lottery ticket was purchased at Pilot #650, located at 1401, Ripley Street, Lake Station, April 18, 2022 drawing.

October 01, 2022 – The Powerball lottery estimated jackpot prize for Saturday’s draw 10/01/2022 was $322 Million. That was with a cash draw option of $170.8 Million. In Michigan, only twelve Powerball lottery tickets were sold and $200 was won by the players.

The POWERBALL  lottery jackpot prize was the second-largest prize in the USA’s lottery history.

September 26, 2022 – There was no winner for the big jackpot prize of $330 Millions on this night. But more than $300M in tickets were sold in New York state. This was the third largest sale of the Powerball lottery in NY state.

April 18, 2022 – This was amazing in the history of the Powerball lottery that a jackpot-winning ticket was sold in Clarkson city but nobody come to claim it. There are a few days left on the expiry date of the ticket.

For Further latest news, information, and top stories about the Arizona The Pick, Powerball, and USA Lottery, Continue reading our page USA Lottery News.

What is the History of AZ The Pick?

In the southwest United States, the Arizona Lottery is a state agency of Arizona. The Arizona lottery started in 1981. It is a member of the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL). The Arizona Lottery depends on the voters. Arizona lottery started with a close majority of just 51% of voters.

Arizona became the first state west of the Mississippi River. On 1st July 1981, 41 years ago the Arizona Lottery’s first sale ticket was started.

Nationwide, Pick games are gaining traction. Arizona lottery has two such games for its loyal players. The most popular Pick games are Pick-3 & The Pick. The Pick launched in Arizona state on October 13, 1984.

The Pick is 6 of 44 matrix games. Three days a week (Monday, Wednesday, & Saturday) The Pick numbers are extracted from a plastic bubble. The Pick game has an add-on game called EXTRA that makes instant winners.

To play Arizona The Pick lottery game age must be 21 years of age or older. In 2007 The Pick lottery game’s largest jackpot was $13.5 million. Arizona The Pick game’s top prize starts at $1 million.

What is Arizona Lottery Commission?

Arizona’s State Lottery is approved by the lottery legislature Commission of Arizona State in 1980 and officially launched in 1981. The commission consists of five members appointed by the Governor (Doug Ducey). The Arizona Lottery Commission controls the Arizona Lottery members’ team to develop and market games.

The Commission supervises the Arizona State Lottery to generate the maximum amount of revenue. The Arizona Lottery Commission is also responsible for live drawings of other Arizona State Lotteries; Arizona Fantasy 5, Arizona Triple Twist, Arizona The Pick, Arizona Mega Millions, and Arizona Powerball. 

View here AZ The Pick and above mentioned Arizona state lotteries live drawing results, winning numbers, news, and payouts announced by the commission.

Where do the Arizona Lottery funds go?

The Arizona Lottery funds Arizona programs for the public benefit by maximizing proceeds in a responsible mode. Arizona Lottery weekly Proceeds from sales of tickets are nearly $4 million. Arizona lottery has total sales of $11 billion. From total sales, $3.5 billion goes into state funds and programs.

Arizona Lottery transfers over $205 million to these programs; Health and Human Services, Economic Development, Education, and environmental safeguarding, and provide safety to its public. About $1.8 billion goes to people who are homeless, victims of domestic abuse, and children in adoptive families.

Game and Fish Department Heritage Funds get $201 million. which supports outdoor entertainment and protects vital wildlife.

Reference: See for reference, how to claim the prize, play a jackpot prize game, and complaints www.irs.gov.

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