Pick 2 is a draw game from the Pennsylvania Lottery with a top prize of $50 and drawings twice a day. There are a variety of play types so you’ll never get bored, and the Wild Ball add-on offers even more ways to win.
The Day draw is held at 1:35 pm ET seven days a week. Sales close at 1:05 pm, so be sure to get your tickets before then to enter that day’s draw. The Evening draw takes place daily at 6:59 pm ET. To enter that night’s draw, purchase your tickets before sales end at 6:57 pm.
How to Play
You can play up to five times on your playslip – each panel is a separate play and costs $1.00. Simply choose two numbers from 0 through 9. You can also use Quick Pick to have your numbers randomly generated for the next draw. Quick Pick numbers are automatically a Straight play unless you choose another type.
Choose your play type: Straight, Box, Straight/Box, Super Straight, Front Digit, or Back Digit.
Decide which drawings to play: Day, Evening, or both.
Advance Play lets you play your favorite numbers for up to seven consecutive Day and Evening draws.
Add the new Wild Ball option for even more chances to win. A one-digit Wild Ball number is randomly chosen before each Day and Evening draw. The Wild Ball number can replace one of the winning numbers that was drawn to give you a winning selection. Wild Ball doubles the cost of your play type and the payouts are also different.
Prizes and Odds of Winning
If you match both the Pick 2 numbers drawn, you can win up to the top prize of $50. The table below shows the prize payouts and odds for each play style. Note that although the cost is $1.00 per play, the total cost for the Super Straight or Straight/Box play types is $2.00, because they are combined plays ($1.00 per play times two plays).
Scroll down to the second table to see Pick 2 prizes and odds with the Wild Ball option added.
|Play Type||Match||Pick||Prizes||Odds of Winning|
|Straight||2 digits, exact order||Any 2 digits||$50||1 in 100|
|Box||2 digits, any order||Any 2 unique digits||$25||1 in 50|
|Front Digit||Your digit to the first number drawn||Any 1 digit||$5||1 in 10|
|Back Digit||Your digit to the last number drawn||Any 1 digit||$5||1 in 10|
|Super Straight||Both possible Straight plays||Any 2 unique digits||$50||1 in 100 (per play)|
|Straight/Box||A Straight play & a Box play||Any 2 unique digits||$50
|1 in 100
1 in 50
|Each play costs $1. The total cost for Super Straight & Straight/Box is $2 ($1 per play x 2 plays).|
Pick 2 with Wild Ball Prizes and Odds of Winning
Check the table below for the prize payouts and chances of winning Pick 2 with Wild Ball added, based on $1.00 per play.
|Play Type*||Pick 2 Base Game Prize||Wild Ball Prize||Wild Ball Odds of Winning|
|Straight||$50||$30||1 in 50|
|Box||$25||$15||1 in 25|
|Front Digit||$5||$6||1 in 10|
|Back Digit||$5||$6||1 in 10|
|Super Straight||$50||$30||1 in 50 (per play)|
|*Pick 2 with Wild Ball, based on $1 per play.|
Pick 2 Winning Examples
The table below illustrates more about how Pick 2 works with examples of winning plays and prizes.
The Pick 2 draw game from the Pennsylvania Lottery features Day and Evening draws every day and a top prize of $50 – add Wild Ball for even more ways to win. Learn how to play, the play styles available, and prizes and odds of winning.
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