The Pennsylvania Lottery recently unveiled their $30 scratch-off game called Three Million at 9,100 retailers throughout the state. As their third $20 or more instant game, Three Million is anticipated to become popular among local players; however, therapists treating gambling addiction fear it could lead to problems for some individuals.
Pennsylvania Lottery also offers online eInstant games, designed specifically to be played on smartphones and tablets. There are currently three such mobile eInstant games: Powerball app, iLottery app and online iLottery site – these allow players to check results while on-the-go as well as purchase tickets directly through these channels.
Powerball is a multi-state lottery game with the potential to offer large rewards. The minimum jackpot for Powerball stands at $40 million and rolls over until someone matches all six numbers; sometimes this prize value reaches billions of dollars!
Players purchasing Pennsylvania Lottery tickets have the choice between selecting their own numbers and marking them off on a pay slip, or using Quick Pick, where computer terminals randomly generate numbers for them. Tickets can be found at any of 9,000 Pennsylvania Lottery retail locations across Pennsylvania; prizes of $2,500 or greater can be claimed from retailers directly; for larger prizes like those found in Mega Millions or Powerball lottery games as well as Cash 4 “lifetime prizes”, players must file claims directly with Lottery headquarters.
Remember that PA Lottery tickets expire one year from their respective drawing. Therefore, it’s vital that you don’t lose or misplace them! Furthermore, winning tickets must be signed as they are legally owned by whomever holds them until signed – otherwise they become invalid documents and become legally owned by someone else!
If you’re lucky enough to purchase a winning Powerball ticket, make sure to double-check it as soon as possible. iLottery app’s ticket checker feature makes this simple; any potential winnings are highlighted for easy identification. Alternatively, PA iLottery website lists current winning numbers and prize amounts.
Before purchasing any game, be sure to review its terms and conditions carefully. Some games have specific regulations you must abide by when purchasing tickets; such as minimum age for ticket purchases or retailers offering it; in some instances you may even need to reside within Pennsylvania in order to take part – the Pennsylvania Lottery website contains an exhaustive listing of all its games with their rules.