Tonight’s Jackpot is 320,000 the Second largest Natural State Jackpot’s in the game.

The largest Jackpot ever won (so far), was $410,000, won on April 10, 2014 by a player from Cabot. The game has not had a top prize winner in the last 59 draws. There has been 898 drawings since the game’s first on August 27th, 2012. The Natural State Jackpot hopes to celebrate the newest Jackpot Winner in the game tonight? The success of the game captures the imagination and anticipation of its players, the Natural State Jackpot will be won by a player who correctly match the five NSJ numbers drawn. In the Thursday night NSJ drawing there were 14 players who matched four of the five numbers drawn, each of those players were just one away from winning the Jackpot amount. The odds of matching four of the five numbers drawn are just 1 in 3,387. Arkansas this is the game to play!

With over 60,000 tickets sold Thursday and the over 575,000 possible NSJ number combinations that could be drawn, no player correctly choose or correctly matched the five unique numbers drawn in the Thursday, July 9th Natural State Jackpot drawing. Who will be the latest winner of the Arkansas Natural State Jackpot? That is the question of the day. The Arkansas Lottery Commission is thrilled for all the Arkansas players who make the NSJ game so exciting!

Along with the fourteen Thursday night NSJ 4 of 5 winners, there were 6,642 Arkansan’s who won a cash prize in the drawing ranging from $1 to $300. If you are checking your Thursday tickets now, the NSJ numbers drawn (7/9/2015) were: 01-12-20-24-38.

NSJ players choose just 5 numbers between 1 and 39 in this game and player’s can choose to play up to 20 consecutive draws in NSJ. Each play costs $1. The game is drawn six nights a week, Monday through Saturday, at 8:00 P.M.

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. *The Natural State Jackpot prize amount is pre-tax. Tickets sold based on sales data.

A portion of all game sales contribute directly to Arkansas education, approximately 50% of the NSJ game sales can be counted as return for the lottery to support scholarships in the state, for current and graduating high school seniors. Additional scholarship information can be found by visiting the Arkansas Department of Higher Education website at