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Some people think $20 is too much for lottery ticket

Topic closed. 31 replies. Last post 10 years ago by basha12.

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January 23, 2005
933 Posts
Posted: December 7, 2006, 7:50 pm - IP Logged

I think the $20 is reasonable for one ticket on one yearly drawng. I'm hoping for $500 (or more, of course, but $500 would make me happy.) One thing is a little wrong in the story, to say the barcode (or the serial number) is "randomly generated". Being there are a limited number tickets sold and all prizes awarded on one drawing, it would make more sense (and is probably the case) to issue them in serial order. That is, I buy one at a store in North Jersey, and a second later one is sold in South Jersey. The # there is one higher than mine because it was the next ticket (timewise) sold. So that means if you hear a winner was sold where you normally play, it only matters what TIME it was sold, so calling them a "Lucky Location" would be erroneous and you won't know if you were "close" to buying a winner other than if the serial # is very close to yours.

PS- what is this about Hot Lotto going computerized?????? If Powerball or Mega did the same thing it would be a huge mistake!

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    Member #40056
    May 26, 2006
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    Posted: January 2, 2007, 8:04 pm - IP Logged

    I agree, I fell fro the trap, went in with a buddy we bought two of the Georgia Raffle!


    Not one number...like they say  I could have play Jumbo Bucks a Maybe  won, well it's

    a dollar ans dream.....this just wasn't the day....I still like Lotto, but not $20.00 anymore,


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