2by2 is a superbly thrilling game played across multiple lottery states including Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, and Wyoming. The game is a hot favorite among lottery players for the amazing game structure and the payouts it offers. The game is popularly known to give you the chance of bagging a fixed jackpot of $22,000 against really favorable odds of 1 in 105,625, with an exclusive option of doubling the won lottery prizes every Tuesday.
Playing 2by2 is super easy and highly amusive. Just grab a lottery ticket worth $1. Each 2by2 playslip comprises 5 boards. Each board costs $1. Each board on the playslip contains 2 sets of numbers from 1 to 26. To play a single board you need to pick two numbers from the first set of 26 numbers and mark in the Red play area and two numbers from the second set of 26 numbers and mark in the White play area. Or you can opt for Quick Pick (QP) if you wish to play numbers, randomly generated by the terminal. If your selected 2by2 numbers match the drawn numbers, you bag the winning lottery prizes.
Want to play the same 2by2 numbers for multiple draws? Well, the Kansas Lottery allows you to play the same numbers for up to 28 consecutive draws on the same ticket by marking the appropriate number of draws in the Multi-Draw box.
You need to hand over your completed playslip and payment to the retailer. In return, you will get a ticket for selected numbers and add-on options. Your lottery ticket is your only receipt. Ensure to check the accuracy of the numbers and sign at the back of your ticket for authentication.
The 2by2 drawings are held once every day.
To play a single board on a 2by2 playslip, you need to pick two numbers from the first set of 26 numbers and mark in the Red play area and two numbers from the second set of 26 numbers and mark in the White play area. Or you can opt for Quick Pick.
The 2by2 drawings are held once every day at 9:30 P.M. You are eligible to purchase tickets before 9:00 P.M. for each drawing.
The 2by2 ticket costs $1. Each playslip consists of five boards. Each board costs $1 so if you decide to play all 5 boards on your playslip, the cost of your ticket will increase to $5.