We all know that getting a ticket for Montana Millionaire Lottery is as stressful as a wedding day for a bride. You get up early and stand in line with the hopes of being one of the lucky one's who gets a ticket.

This is great news for those of you who didn't make the cut last year and didn't get the opportunity to buy a ticket in the less than 6 hours that they sold out in.

This year's Montana Millionaire is adding ANOTHER million dollar ticket to the mix. Last year they added an extra million dollar ticket, but that was just the beginning of what I believe to be a yearly add on going forward.

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They have also increased the number of tickets from 380,000 to 500,000. Tickets will still be $20, so that is staying the same which is great news.


The Montana Lottery Director, Bob Brown, made the following statement as to why the changes are taking place:

This year’s Montana Millionaire has been designed to build on last year’s success in a responsible way while combining feedback from players and sales agents with the extensive knowledge of the Lottery’s staff. -Bob Brown, Montana Lottery Director


In a nutshell, here is what is new this year:

Four $1 Million Dollar Grand Prizes

Instead of "Early Bird" drawings there will be a “Quarter Million Monday” drawing for $250,000 on Dec. 2.

200 more $500 instant wins

2,500 more $100 instant wins


Tickets go live November 1st, 2024. 

Good luck to anyone who is lucky enough to get the opportunity to be one of the ticket holders! Remember me when you win.

cc: Montana Lottery

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