|Posted: November 6, 2015, 3:17 pm - IP Logged|
Pays 50 to 1. $50 per $1 wagered. It's possible to win $75 on the same ticket by adding a backup (boxing), but that costs a dollar more. Ie. playing 57 straight and boxed; if 57 came up, would pay $75.
Pick 2 tickets are only sold in $1 increments, which makes large wagers difficult and time consuming. An alternative to Pick 2, with same 50 to 1 payout, is playing Front Pair or Back Pair on Pick 3, which allows wagers up to $5 per ticket.
PA Pick 2 also offers for super-straight and front / back digit. Super-straight is basically same as playing two numbers; double the cost at $2.
Single digit pays to 5 to 1. Seems appealing, but one can only buy Pick 2 tickets in $1 increments, so to win anything meaningful on single digit will involve buying lots and lots of tickets. An alternative is playing Front Pair or Back Pair on Pick 3 for a sequence of numbers that covers all 10 of a digit (ie. 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, and 09), which is the equivalent of playing Pick 2 single digit, but allows for larger wagers with less tickets.