There's A Magical World Waiting For You!

When the animals go to bed at night, the forests fill with art and light.

Gift Responsibly: Lottery Tickets Are For Adults Only

The Minnesota Lottery and the Northstar Problem Gambling Alliance (NPGA) are once again participating in a national responsible gambling campaign to raise awareness about the risks of underage lottery play during the holiday season.


We’re proud to throw our support behind the Gopher football team this season.

Celebrating 15 Years of Millionaires

Fifteen years of Raffle and there is one thing that has always stayed the same—two $1 million winners.

Lottery Dollars Help Preserve Deer-Hunting Lands

Since 1990, Lottery dollars (through the Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund) have enabled the purchase, restoration, enhancement, or protection of more than 100,000 acres of land across Minnesota that serve as habitats for the state’s deer and other game populations.

The Buzz About Minnesota’s State Bee

Did you know that Minnesota has a state bee? Read more about the rusty patched bumble bee.

Fact: Nature is Gopher 5’s Biggest Winner

Whether the Gopher 5 jackpot is $100,000 or over $1 million, a portion of every dollar played helps protect Minnesota’s great outdoors.

5 Minnesota State Trails Less Traveled

The time is now to get outside and embrace the season of color.

Brewing Up Some Fun

Over the years, the Lottery has teamed up with the Beer Dabbler to support Minnesota’s growing brewery community. This year, the folks at the Dabbler came up with a new twist on a local brew tasting event.

Minnesotans Say I’MN for a Record Lottery Sales Year

For the third year in a row, the Minnesota Lottery has ended the fiscal year with record sales.

Land of 10,000 Lakes

We didn’t get that moniker for nothing, after all.

It’s Game Day Any Day!

Vikings game day is always exciting! As much as we love game day at US Bank Stadium - the party on the Plaza, stadium food, heckling the visiting team fans - this year is going to be different. That’s not all bad, there are some unexpected benefits of game day at home.