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3 face charges in Indiana Lottery scam
Why not take the ticket to another place to cash? The only place you cash a ticket that big is at a lottery office. I'm assuming that it was a scratcher that had to be activated by the lottery retailer it was sent to in order to sell it. Because the owner died and the store was closed there was a bunch of unsold stock, including lottery tickets. Depending on how the lottery actually charges retailers for lottery tickets the unactivated ticket still belonged to the lottery and the store didn ...
Yesterday, 6:21 pm - KY Floyd - Lottery News forum

NY Lottery keep selling scratchers with no top prizes left
With the NY Lottery th have an end of game date and still sell tickets up to that point... Sometimes. Depending on the game they will still sell unless they notate on the website that they are recalling any tickets still out there. i believe they are still selling the Hit 1,000,000 game at some retailers as well.
Apr 20, 2015, 8:54 pm - Enigmas - Instant ("Scratch-Off") Games forum

CA Lottery - California Love - CA Lottery Scratchers
I haven't said this in awhile so I just wanted to reiterate here: Full disclosure: I'm a retailer. I think it's unrealistic to expect the CA Lottery to keep a database for the tickets. We're talking about hundreds of millions of tickets here. To have it constantly being updates in near real-time would take a massive undertaking. And per ticket sales aren't communicated to the CA Lottery since the retailers method of inventory tracking (whether electronic or otherwise) is kept in-house and ...
Apr 20, 2015, 6:24 am - DGinElMonte - Instant ("Scratch-Off") Games forum

CA Lottery - California Love - CA Lottery Scratchers
I really only read this forum from my (android) phone. So im not able to reply until i get on a computer... -There may be 1 or 2 employees at the 7-11 i was talking about that are paying extra attention to ticket numbers and wins. But for thee most part i do not believe the employees are in on any hawking scheme. I was talking about players at this location. Maybe i got the species wrong. Ha! I should call them vultures i guess? I would say GetReal720 and OCScratchDevil explained basically ...
Apr 19, 2015, 3:56 am - slurpee - Instant ("Scratch-Off") Games forum

CA Lottery - California Love - CA Lottery Scratchers
Where did you read that the CA Lotto claims that they have no way of knowing what games retailers have? They have a very accurate accounting of what games retailers currently have and what games they'll be getting. There are inventory reports broken down by game, dollar amounts, etc, to help the retailers keep track of their inventory. You can bet that CA Lottery also has access to this information as well. They know when a pack is activated, but don't have access to how many tickets have been b ...
Apr 15, 2015, 4:17 am - DGinElMonte - Instant ("Scratch-Off") Games forum

If you not in a lottery Pool at present. .
Sorry I wasn't clear. I know most pools play QPs. I was suggesting that as a body the group buys it's tickets from a variety of locations as opposed to buying 50 or 100 tickets from one retailer.
Apr 15, 2015, 12:36 am - Original Bey - Lottery Discussion forum

Powerball Matrix Change - April 15, 2015
They delayed it after reading the responses in this thread and especially those in the MMC threads. Just kidding You can read about the delay from April to July here: http://www.lafleurs.com/assets/LaFleursMagazineOnlineJanuaryFebruary/index.html#16 I don't know if Illinois had released the timeline for subscriptions/advance draws to their retailers before the delay was made, but I know Virginia and Florida did. Some states have actually already approved the new rules, just waiting on MUS ...
Apr 14, 2015, 6:16 pm - LottoMetro - Lottery Discussion forum

How has the Wyoming Lottery impacted on Utah?
We believe we ve got strategies in place that can defend that, Idaho Lottery Director Jeff Anderson said. Those include popular border retailers in Malad City and Franklin that draw big volumes of regular Utah customers. So we re the home of the Utah lottery, when it comes to that, he joked. The typical Idaho Lottery retailer has about $150,000 in lottery sales a year; two stores in Malad City, Top Stop and Kwik Stop, each have between $3 million and $4 million. Malad City doesn t have a lot of ...
Apr 13, 2015, 9:02 pm - myturn - Lottery Discussion forum

1 000 000$ a Year For Life Scratcher 1 big win left after 6 years
About an hour ago I stopped by a corner store to grab a drink, they usually have two rows of this game, they were up there yesterday but none today so I asked the retailer. He told me he sent them back to the Lottery because they have been sitting there for awhile and people weren't buying them because they started to get difficult to scratch off. What if the first or second prize was in one of those bundles? You think the lottery will inform the public?
Apr 10, 2015, 2:31 pm - Enigmas - Instant ("Scratch-Off") Games forum

New York Dream Team 4/1/15 - 4/30/15
20 straight individual tickets are $500 each, therefore, no taxes. Retailers can payout up to $600 in the store. I hope this answer helps.
Apr 8, 2015, 1:59 pm - Andis - Pick 3 forum

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