Kentucky Lottery came into force in April 1989 after 60% of voters cast ballots in favor of it in November 1988. The sale of lottery tickets began on April 4, 1989, with the first day sales of over $5 million for the two available instant games. Kentucky 5 Card Cash is one of the hot favorite lotteries played in the state of Kentucky. The game replaced the 3 Line Lotto game after its final drawing held on February 10, 2012. The structure of the game follows a poker theme and allows players to instantly win if the five cards make up a ranked poker hand. The Lottery encapsulates some other highly renowned and rewarding games like Powerball, Mega Millions, Lucky For Life, Cash Ball 225, Cash Pop, Keno, and many more fulfilling the dreams of many to become a lottery winner.
To affirm your win, dive into The Lottery Lab and confirm your Kentucky Lottery numbers with us. Lottery prizes up to $600 or less, should be claimed at any authorized Kentucky Lottery retailer. You can also visit the Kentucky Lottery Office to claim winnings up to this amount. You can also claim your lottery winnings up to $600 by getting the prize amount directly credited to your bank account. Winning amounts above $600 can be claimed at authorized cashing agents or Kentucky Lottery Headquarters in Louisville. The Kentucky Lottery winnings above $600 can also be mailed to the Kentucky Lottery office for claiming. All the claims sent through the mail should fill out a claim form available on the official website. You need to fill in the back of your winning ticket, complete the Winner Claim Form and mail it to the Kentucky Lottery P.O. Box address along with your signed original winning ticket, and copies of your valid government-issued photo ID and social security card. You can claim your lottery prizes within 180 days from the date of the drawing. It is advised that you take your time, assemble a professional team of tax attorneys, finance managers, accountants, etc before claiming your winnings. Confirm if your state allows you to claim your winnings anonymously.
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The Kentucky Lottery began in April 1989. Wallace G. Wilkinson, the then governor, touted the introduction of a state lottery in a heavily funded campaign that ended up being one of the biggest gubernatorial victories in Kentucky history.
The mission of the Kentucky Lottery is to fund education for all Kentuckians. This is done through lottery proceeds funding college scholarship and grant programs with over $3.3 billion in funding since 1999, including every dime ever awarded in the popular KEES Scholarship program.
Proceeds from Lottery ticket sales and unclaimed prizes go back to the community for -Grant and Scholarship programs to help defray Kentuckian's college educational costs
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