Buying lottery tickets is a great way to increase your chances of becoming a winner. You can also get your lottery tickets online. However, not all states allow online lottery ticket sales. Many states are considering allowing the sale of lottery tickets online. Some states are already allowing the sale of instant win scratch cards online, but they aren’t available to all lottery players. In other states, lottery players can purchase their tickets online but can only participate in state-level drawings. The table below outlines what lottery tickets are available in each state, and what they will pay out.
North Carolina’s lottery system was launched in 2005, and it has been contributing more than $5.5 billion to educational programs. The lottery proceeds are used to support public schools and educational programs, along with other education-related programs and services. Most of the lottery profits go to the state’s education fund. The lottery also pays out money to local businesses and the state’s school aid fund.
Michigan began selling lottery tickets in the fall of 2014. The lottery has a variety of games, including a multi-state draw game, Powerball, Mega Millions, and Cash4Life. The Michigan lottery also offers a selection of electronic online scratch-offs. There are also a variety of instant win games available online. These games offer a variety of prizes, ranging from a few dollars to several million. In order to win, you must be a resident of the state. In addition, you must be at least 21 years old.
North Dakota started selling lottery tickets in 2004, and the state’s lottery also offers an online purchasing option. Unlike other lottery states, North Dakota has no in-house games, though it participates in other multi-state draw games. In addition to the multi-state games, North Dakota lottery players can purchase lottery tickets for local games. Some of the multi-state games offered include Mega Millions, Powerball, Lotto America, and Lucky for Life. In addition, players can participate in the Multi-State Lottery Association, which offers four multi-state draw games.
New Hampshire’s lottery launched in 1964, and it features several draw games, including Powerball. In addition to Powerball, New Hampshire lottery players can participate in Megabucks Plus. The state’s lottery proceeds are used to support public safety, education, and law enforcement. In addition, the proceeds from the lottery also go to state parks and wildlife habitats. The lottery also supports problem gambling treatment.
Pennsylvania’s online lottery began in 2018. It began with a small collection of instant win games. Eventually, the state expanded its iLottery offerings to include tickets for real-world drawings. The iLottery has become the state’s largest online ticket seller, with total game sales of $4.2 billion in 2018.
Pennsylvania’s lottery profits are split among various programs and services, including low-cost prescription services, transportation services, and the state’s school aid fund. About 25 cents of every dollar collected on tickets goes to the state’s Common School Fund. The rest of the money goes to the general fund and commissions.