You can play a variety of Michigan Lottery Instant games for the chance to win prizes immediately. Unlike a lottery, you don’t have to wait for a drawing to take place and then check your numbers afterwards. You can take part whenever you want and potentially win a huge prize within seconds.
Online Instant games are simple to play and there’s a wide range to choose from. Many offer top prizes that are worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
You don’t even have to visit a retailer to take part. You can play at home or on the go. Games usually involve trying to find matching symbols to win prizes, with many different themes available. You might want to go mining for gold in The Mother Lode, explore the forests of Autumn Cascade or go in search of another big jackpot.
A number of MI Lottery Instant games are shown below. Select the one you’d like to play to get started.
Scratch and Pull Tabs
In-store games include both Scratch Offs and Pull Tabs. Just like online games, there are a host of options for you to pick from. Some even offer the chance to win more than $1 million.
To take part, you have to scratch off the relevant sections or open the different tabs. You’ll uncover symbols and if you match enough of them you’ll win the corresponding prize.
Michigan Lottery players win big prizes on Instant games all the time, including some seven-figure payouts. In April 2022, a 75-year-old woman from Macomb County won the top prize in the $4,000,000 CA$H game. She purchased her ticket from a Kroger store in Warren while she was out getting groceries, and didn’t see any winnings when she scratched it. However, she scanned it at the store to be sure and then realized she had won $4 million, leaving her in a state of disbelief.
Another $4 million winner was a man from Wayne County who landed the top prize in the Extreme Ca$h scratch-off in March 2022. He purchased his ticket from a Marathon gas station and drove straight to his wife’s work to show her. The lucky man said he would take his family on a warm vacation but would save most of the money. He chose the cash option of about $2.7 million and opted to stay anonymous.