DC-3 is a three-digit lottery game that features three ways to play and nine ways to win with a jackpot of $500 for each draw. Additional lottery prizes may vary from $25 to $330 with odds that increase your chances of winning. DC-3 holds its draws twice a day thereby offering you multiple chances to win every week. However, the wager you select determines how big a prize you can win.
Playing DC-3 is plain sailing. You have to select three numbers from a field of 0 to 9. You can either manually pick your numbers or opt for Quick Pick to get your numbers randomly generated or you also have the option to use a playslip and choose one digit, 0-9 from each column and have your lottery numbers. After picking the lottery numbers, you must select the draw time - Midday or Evening, or both and pick your playstyle from different ways of playing i.e. Box, Straight, Straight/Box, Combo, Front, and Back Pair and also select the wager amount from $0.50 to $1.00.
The DC-3 drawings are held twice a day, daily at 1:50 p.m. ET for the Midday draw and at 7:50 p.m. ET for the Evening draw. You are eligible to purchase the DC-3 Midday Lottery tickets till 1:49 pm ET and DC-3 Evening Lottery tickets till 7:49 pm ET.
With DC-3 you have the option of playing the same numbers for up to seven consecutive draws. By marking Multi-Draw you can play the same numbers on your lottery ticket consecutively for seven draws. Multi-Draw actually turns out a good opportunity as the game offers quite favorable odds of winning. Start your mindful selection of numbers and bag the jackpot!
If you want to play for a specific future draw up to seven days in advance, you can simply opt Advance Play, mark the selected date and draw time and notify your agent the start and end date of your play. Ensure to check the accuracy of your playslip and sign the back of your ticket for authentication.
The DC-3 drawings are held twice a day, daily.
Yes, you can purchase DC-3 lottery tickets for up to seven consecutive days in advance for DC-3 midday and evening drawings.
Prizes won on a single DC-3 Lottery ticket is paid to a single identity. This single identity may be one individual or legal organization. However, if there is more than one winner to the jackpot, the winners share the prize equally.
According to the rules and regulations of the District of Columbia, specific information about the lottery winner is a public record.