A growing number of US states are legalizing online lottery ticket sales. Unlike traditional lotteries, where all tickets are sold through a government-run lottery agency, online lotteries are run by private businesses.
Online lotteries have the advantage of offering more games, allowing players to choose from a wider variety of drawings. They also save players time.
In some cases, a winner may be required to go to the lottery office to claim their prize. If this is the case, the agent will scan the ticket for proof of ownership. However, prizes of more than $50,000 may be claimed online.
Before playing, check the official website of your state’s lottery. It may offer subscriptions that allow you to buy tickets for every drawing. The subscription fee depends on the number of draws you want. You can choose to pay the subscription for a set period of time or for an unlimited amount of time.
One of the biggest national lotteries in the United States is MegaMillions. Ticket prices range from $1 to $20. Depending on the game, the top prize can be as high as $200,000 or as low as $200,000.
Pennsylvania’s iLottery began in 2018. This lottery offers instant win scratch cards. New users can get 10 free games when they sign up using the code ONLINE10.