Question: Can You Play California Lottery Online??

“That’s more convenient.” Lottogopher.com is the first website in California where lottery players can order Powerball, Mega Millions and Superlotto Plus tickets, legally online.

“We go to the store for you, we’re not offering lottery services, that’s why it’s legal.” California residents can pay a monthly fee of $12.

How much do you win if you get 3 numbers on the Super Lotto?

SuperLotto Plus has a minimum jackpot of US$7 million, which can be won by matching all five numbers plus the Mega Ball number.

California SuperLotto Plus Prizes.

Match Odds of Winning Estimated Prize
Match 3 + Mega Ball 1 in 4,810 Pari-mutuel
Match 3 1 in 185 Pari-mutuel
Match 2 + Mega Ball 1 in 361 Pari-mutuel
Match 1 + Mega Ball 1 in 74 $2.00

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Which California lottery game has the best odds of winning?

The odds of winning the first prize Super Lotto jackpot are a horrendous 1 in 41,416,353. But that is an odds bargain compared to the Mega Millions game which has odds of 1 in 302,575,350! Of course, Fantasy 5 is California’s best bet.

Which lottery game has the best odds?

Which Lottery Has The Best Jackpot Odds?

Odds of Winning Jackpot
EuroMillions 1 : 139,838,160
PowerBall (US) 1 : 292,201,338
MegaMillions (US) 1 : 302,575,350
SuperEnaLotto (Italy) 1 : 622,614,630

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Can you buy California lottery tickets with credit card?

A credit card cannot be used to buy lottery tickets. Depending on store policy, the retailer may allow a check or debit card for the purchase of tickets, according to the state’s FAQs page. Yes. Also, Ohio Lottery self-service ticket vending machines now accept cash and credit and debit cards.

Can I purchase lottery tickets online?

Buy Lottery Tickets Online at theLotter. Here’s how it works: You choose the lotteries you wish to play and purchase your tickets on our website. Our local office staff all over the world purchases tickets from official lottery retailers on your behalf and you see scanned copies of your tickets before the draw.

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