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March 20, 2024

Winning $100,000 All or Nothing Ticket Sold in Elkhorn

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Madison, Wis. -- For the third time this month, a $100,000 top prize-winning All or Nothing ticket was sold in Wisconsin. The winning ticket matched 11 of 11 numbers for the March 18, 2024, Evening drawing. The winning ticket was sold at Kwik Trip on 6 W. Hidden Trail in Elkhorn. The winning numbers were 1-2-5-7-8-13-15-16-19-21-22.

All or Nothing players can win the $100,000 top prize by matching 0 of 11 numbers or 11 of 11 numbers. A total of five $100,000 top prize All or Nothing winning tickets have been sold in 2024, with three winning tickets matching 11 of 11 numbers, including the win in Elkhorn.

The Hidden Trail Kwik Trip is no stranger to selling big lotto ticket winners. In the last three years, the Wisconsin retailer has sold winning lotto tickets for $10,000 and $135,000.

Wisconsin Lottery retailers who sell winning tickets over $599 receive a two percent Retailer Performance Winning Ticket Incentive, up to $100,000.

Wisconsin Lottery winners have 180 days to claim prizes from the official draw date. Players can check to see if their ticket is a winner by going to wilottery.com or by using the Lottery's mobile app, available on the App Store or Google Play.

All or Nothing is a Wisconsin-only lotto game. The odds of winning the All or Nothing $100,000 top prize are 1 in 352,716. Tickets are $2 per draw. Drawings are held seven days a week, twice daily. Tickets must be purchased before 1:30 p.m. for the Midday drawing and before 9:00 p.m. for the Evening drawing.


The Wisconsin Lottery enriches communities statewide by giving back 93 percent of its revenue to winners, retailers, and Wisconsin homeowners. Since 1988, the Wisconsin Lottery has generated:

  • More than $19.1 billion in total revenue
  • Over $10.8 billion in prizes paid
  • More than $5.7 billion in funding for property tax credits to eligible Wisconsin homeowners.

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