Washington Lotto is one of the state’s longest-running pick 6 lotto games, established on October 24, 1990. For just $1 for 2 plays, you can play Washington Lottery’s value for money game to win a jackpot of $1,000,000, which keeps on rolling until there’s a winner. The lottery is known to have produced numerable jackpot winners to date. Who knows you’re the next! Along with great odds of winning i.e. 1 in 6,990,000 the game also offers multiple adds on options like Multi-Draw and Advance Play to boost your chance of winning. So, what are you thinking about!
Why would anyone miss such a game!!
Playing Washington Lotto is quite plain sailing and highly rewarding! By spending just $1 for two plays, you can bag the lottery jackpot worth $1,000,000, which keeps on rolling until there’s a winner. You need to select 6 numbers from a pool of 1 to 49 and mark them on your playslip or mark the Quick Pick option on your panel and let the terminal randomly generate the numbers for you.
If you wish to bet your numbers for multiple drawings, select the multiple drawings option, and play your numbers for up to 25 consecutive drawings. Marking this option will let you have access to multiple drawings so that you do not miss that lucky chance of winning.
Not stagnating your chances to win, the Washington Lottery also offers an option of “Advance Play”, wherein you can play for a future draw date. Your future draw date must be in between the current draw date and the twenty-fifth consecutive draw date.
Your lottery ticket is your receipt. Ensure to check the accuracy of the numbers and sign at the back of your ticket for authentication.
Washington Lotto is a drawing game exclusively available in Washington. The Washington Lotto drawings are held every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday!
Your Washington Lotto prizes can be claimed within a period of 180 days from the date of the drawing. If not redeemed within the stipulated time, the winnings are fortified.
The Washington Lottery is liable to withhold 24 percent federal withholding tax for prizes greater than $5,000 if the winner is a citizen of the U.S. with a valid Social Security number.
Washington Lottery winners cannot remain anonymous by any chance, because the lottery is subject to the public records. The lottery provides the winner’s name, city of residence, game won, date won and amount won.