Chances Are, You're Gonna Love It!
Lotto is the original in-state Draw Game that creates millionaires. The jackpot prize starts at $1 million and grows until someone hits all six numbers. The game also offers three additional ways to win cash.

MatchPrizeChances 1 In
6 of 6 numbersJackpot1 in 3,529,526
5 of 6 numbers$715 (average amount)1 in 15,480
4 of 6 numbers$29 (average amount)1 in 335
3 of 6 numbersFree Ticket (QP)1 in 21


To play Lotto...

Lotto playslip
   Select two sets of six different numbers between 1 and 44 and mark them on a Lotto playslip.

Options:

   
   Quick Pick:  Use Quick Pick ("QP") to allow the computer to choose your numbers randomly.
   Multi-Draw:  Play the same numbers for up to 15 consecutive drawings by selecting "MULTI DRAW." Lottocan be played for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 or 15 consecutive drawings..

Give your playslip to the retailer to process your ticket. Check your ticket to confirm that the numbers and date are correct. Sign your ticket, and store it in a safe place. Remember to check the next Lotto drawing to see if you've won!

 

 

The Lotto Doubler...

   
       
    doubler         Lotto Doubler gives you the chance to double your winnings whenever you purchase a Lotto ticket. Through a random process, the Lottery will designate certain Lotto tickets as Doubler Tickets. These will be identified with the message, "THIS IS A DOUBLER TICKET!" Whenever you purchase a Lotto ticket that has this message printed on it and you win a non-jackpot prize, your prize will be doubled!

Best of all... The Doubler is Free! There is no additional cost for having the Doubler feature, so you'll have the chance to double your non-jackpot winning all for still $1 per two plays.


Game details

Minimum Jackpot - $1 million

Cost - $1 for two plays

Drawings - Wednesday and Saturday, held at 8:59 p.m.

No Ticket Sales - Wednesday and Saturday, 8:59 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. (draw break); 2-5 a.m. daily

Cash or Annuity?
Jackpot winners have 60 days after the claiming date to decide if they would like to receive the prize in one payment (cash option) or spread over 25 annual payments (annuity option). If players do not choose an option after 60 days, payment automatically defaults to the annuity option. The cash option prize is approximately half of the advertised jackpot.

*All Lotto prizes are pari-mutuel. Ticket holders may only win one prize category per set of 44 numbers and shall be paid the prize in the highest category won. Lotto prizes are 50 percent of sales.

Discover the seven Ways to Get Winning Numbers to see if you're a winner. Plus, find out how to claim your Mega Millions prize When You Win.

 

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