Buying lottery tickets online can be a lot easier than buying them in person. Online lottery sites allow you to quickly purchase tickets, view winning numbers, and compare the odds for each draw. You can also enter major multi-state drawings from home, if you’re lucky enough to live in one of the states with online lottery.
The first US state to offer a lottery was New Hampshire in 1964. In addition to a variety of draw games, the state offers instant win games. These games are played on the Internet and offer payouts right away. They are similar to scratch-off tickets that are sold at gas stations.
The New Hampshire iLottery launched in late 2018, and offers players tickets to major draw games. The ticket prices start at $0.05 and cap out at $20 for some games. This allows players to purchase tickets from home, without having to worry about the cost of traveling to the lottery office.
The state of Iowa offers a variety of lottery games. In addition to the state-run game, the state also offers electronic scratch-offs online. In addition, the Iowa Lottery is a member of the Multi-State Lottery Association, which allows players from other states to play local and multi-state draw games.
In addition to a variety of draw games, New Hampshire also offers instant win games. These games offer a chance to win large prizes, like $100,000 or more, without having to wait for a draw. These games can be played from a desktop, tablet, or smartphone. You can also choose to participate in two multi-state draw games, Lucky for Life and 2by2.
The Connecticut Lottery is one of the oldest lottery organizations in the US. It began in 1986. In addition to local games, the state also participates in multi-state games, including the Mega Millions and Powerball. The lottery also contributes to education and environmental programs. In the year prior to the state’s first online lottery launch, the lottery reported a total of $4 billion in game sales.
The New Mexico Lottery offers a variety of games, including scratchers, instant win games, and several draw games. The lottery also participates in multi-state draw games, such as the Lotto America and Powerball. In addition to a variety of draw and instant win games, the lottery also offers several in-house games.
The Montana Lottery offers a variety of draw and instant win games. In addition to the Mega Millions and Powerball, the state also participates in several local games, including Powerball, Lucky for Life, and several other local draw games. The lottery also contributes to the state’s open space conservation and wildlife habitat programs.
The New Jersey Lottery offers seven draw games. The lottery also contributes to public employee pension systems, debt services, education, and general fund services. In addition to a variety of draw, instant win, and local games, the state also contributes to the state’s Common School Fund and other public programs.
The Michigan Lottery began selling lottery tickets in 1974. The lottery also offers a variety of electronic scratch-offs and jackpot game tickets online. In addition, the Michigan retail lottery continues to set sales records. In fact, the Michigan lottery has sold more than $8 million in tickets online each week in the past 18 months.