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States that offer winners the choice of anonymity
I don't know if this would make any difference to your plans but in DE you can only buy tickets for 10 draws and in MD you can currently buy for 15. So if you ever get in a situation where you are going to need an extra few weeks (say due to travel) you can drive a little more and get a longer date range on your tickets. And every time you buy tickets somewhere else I would tell your state lottery why you passed by their retailers! Good luck!
Mar 27, 2015, 3:19 pm - LottoLucy - Lottery Discussion forum

It Should Be Our Own Right
Who can play the Georgia Lottery? A. Anyone who is 18 years of age or older can play Georgia Lottery games except for Georgia Lottery employees, Board members and family members residing in the same household; vendors, subcontractors, employees and family members residing in the same household. There are no restrictions placed on retailers and their employees. I'm not following anyone 18 and over can buy lottery tickets in Georgia?
Mar 27, 2015, 12:33 am - Stack47 - Lottery Discussion forum

Wild Card Odds
The odds are based on a $1 play. The Game is Played In: Idaho, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota. You can purchase tickets by visiting one of the authorized retailers. Drawings every Wednesday and Saturday. http://www.powerball.com/wildcard/wc_howtoplay.asp
Mar 19, 2015, 12:44 pm - Raven62 - Lottery Discussion forum

Quest for lottery jackpot denied again
, just pointing out what he could do. His sister should have called lottery headquarters when she found the ticket or he could have signed it, get some witnesses and have the retailer where he bought it try to validate it. But he didn't do either.
Mar 18, 2015, 10:05 pm - Stack47 - Lottery News forum

Does anyone know if there is one central mainframe for pb and mm?
From the Missouri Lottery Website: Quick Pick tickets are generated randomly by the terminal at the retailer, and there is no central computer that is controlling ticket generation.
Mar 18, 2015, 2:45 pm - Raven62 - Lottery Discussion forum

Calif. man knew he won $1M but lost the lottery ticket
Sounds like something the stores could offer ticket buyers for a fee, like the extended warranties offered by retailer on TV's, computers and stuff.
Mar 16, 2015, 11:31 am - RJOh - Lottery News forum

North Carolina Unlimited $$
I did nail it last night STR8T! By my calculations (and per website and retailer) it should be $410 payout for 50/50 @$1 when you it it as a STR8T. Why is my tix only coming up as a $330 payout for the exact portion?
Mar 14, 2015, 8:48 pm - itpmguru - Pick 3 forum

The Lottery Truck
I wouldn't buy lottery tickets off anyone just driving through the neighborhood in a car or truck. Reminds me of that old scam of people standing outside a retailer selling winning lottery tickets because they didn't know how to cash them in.
Mar 14, 2015, 4:39 pm - RJOh - Lottery Discussion forum

CA Lottery - California Love - CA Lottery Scratchers
The retailer data that was available in the 2012 data plotting but it had only a few thousand dollar winners after that top prize. The part about closing shop and leaving the country was just a sense of humor speculation of what may have happened. I cannot find any relevant articles online or directly know people that can validate this occurence. Only few of the retailers will be able to sell a top ticket, let alone three of the same.
Mar 12, 2015, 5:58 pm - CAScratcher20 - Instant ("Scratch-Off") Games forum

CA Lottery - California Love - CA Lottery Scratchers
I was mainly responding based on the previous poster stating that retailer skipped town after he sold 3 winners at his store But reading the rest of the comments, what you're saying makes a lot more sense - that they merely split the prize 3 ways. Perhaps because we rarely hear about scratchers being split up is part of the cause of the confusion. But yeah I'd be screaming bloody murder if a local store sold 3 top prize winners in the same game and their volume was relatively small. ...
Mar 12, 2015, 3:31 pm - DGinElMonte - Instant ("Scratch-Off") Games forum

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