|Posted: July 25, 2008, 7:59 am - IP Logged|
In Ohio the play slip for MegaMillions has 5 sets of boards (one for 5 WB and one for the MB) so tickets are limited to 5 sets of combinations per ticket. However play slips for Classic Lotto have 10 boards and one combination per board so tickets can have 10 sets of combinations per tickets. It's just how the system is set up.
I would think if you could get a ticket similar to a cash register receipt with all your purchases, it could get all wrinkled and be harder for the terminal to check. Keeping all the tickets limited to 5-7 inches probably keep them neater and easier to read.
* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *