Some states are now experimenting with online lottery sales. The Minnesota Lottery, for example, started selling online subscriptions for up to a year last November. As of last week, 8,772 people had bought a subscription, generating $333,476 in revenue. The New Hampshire lottery also launched an online lottery website in the fall of 2018, allowing players to buy tickets for significant draws. The winnings from such tickets will be paid directly into the player’s bank account.
In Illinois, lottery subscribers have been able to purchase lotto tickets online since 2012. The Illinois Lottery allows players to play Powerball and Mega Millions games on the Internet, as well as Pick-3 and Pick-4, which are smaller versions of the more popular lottery draws. In addition, you can select your own numbers for a custom lottery ticket.
When playing online lottery games, you’ll need to be over the age of majority in the state where you wish to play. Some states allow players to be at least 18 years of age, while others have strict age restrictions. Be sure to check with your state’s lottery commission to determine what age is legal to play.
Licensed lottery sites offer a secure, safe environment for players. They are regulated by state gaming authorities and are 100% legal. Legitimate lottery sites also offer several benefits, including a variety of lottery games and promotions. Furthermore, they also provide easy access to results and ticket purchases.