Beginning November 6, 2016, MyDaY will hold drawings Monday through Sunday, seven days a week. Click here for more information .
MyDaY is a new Nebraska Lottery Lotto game with a calendar theme. Players can win up to $5,000 by choosing a six-digit date for each $1 MyDaY play.
Pick one number from 1 to 12 for the MONTH and one number from 1 to 31 for the DAY by marking a MyDaY play slip. To select the YEAR (last two digits only), mark one number from 0 to 9 for the first digit and mark one number from 0 to 9 for the second digit. Or tell the clerk you want a MyDaY quick pick.
You may only use date combinations that are valid based on the standard twelve-month calendar. Invalid months and days that will be rejected include: 02/30, 02/31, 04/31, 06/31, 09/31 and 11/31. February 29 will only be allowed for years that are divisible by 4, including 00.
Each play costs $1. You can pick up to 5 different sets of numbers on each play slip. You can purchase the same numbers for up to 12 weeks worth of drawings when you use the multi-draw box on the play slip.
As of June 26, 2011, tickets can be purchased from 5:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. (Central Time) any day of the week except from 9:00 p.m. to 9:03 p.m. on drawing nights.
The winning numbers are announced Monday through Saturday in time for the ten o'clock news. Get winning numbers here, from nelottery.com, on your favorite radio or television station, at a Nebraska Lottery Lotto retailer, in your local newspaper, or on the Players Hotline at 1-800-244-LUCK (5825) or in Lincoln at 402-471-6139.
For each drawing of MyDaY, a liability limit has been set by the Lottery. When the maximum number of wagers has been placed on a specific date combination so that the limit would be met if those numbers were drawn, no further wagering will be allowed for that combination. You will be asked to select another date combination.
The maximum top prize liability for any single MyDaY drawing is $200,000 (the equivalent of 40 top prizes). In the event that 40 identical number (date) combinations are sold for any given drawing, the game system will stop accepting transactions for that combination for that drawing.
Overall Odds: 1 in 8.17