Simply tell the Retailer how many draws you’d like your Quick Pick ticket for, or mark the number of draws you want to play on the Selection Slip. For a number not shown on the slip, leave it blank, and the Retailer can enter any number up to 25.
For PICK Games, this option is not available. You can only play 1, 2, 5, 10 or 25 draws using the selection slip.
For KENO, you can play up to 99 draws.
Important: The maximum amount the Ticket Terminals can process in a single transaction must be less than $1,000. So some Advance Play options may not be available.
You can wait until all the draws are finished. Scanning it at a Ticket Checker or by a Retailer will check all eligible draws and indicate any prizes won.
If you check a ticket before all the draws are complete, the following will happen:
If you win a prize you will receive:
If you win a prize you will receive a replacement ticket good for the remaining draws – this is now your valid ticket. It has the same selection(s) and the ticket number will end in -01 or -02, etc., depending on the number of times the ticket has been replaced.
The original ticket back, which is no longer valid.
A validation slip stating the prize that was won, along with the prize.
If no prize was won you will receive:
The original ticket back – this is still the valid ticket.
Your non-winning validation slip
IMPORTANT: If checked on a Ticket Checker, the message will read “NO WINNER YET, DRAWS NOT COMPLETE”