how does the new illinois lotto game work

Illinois Lottery players now have the chance to win $10 Million! A $50 “$10 Million” Instant Ticket game promises players this chance and will go on sale this Thursday at participating retailers, such as Walgreens and Walmart. Illinois Lottery already offers more than 50 Instant Ticket games with top prizes of up to $30,000 awarded for matching six numbers or three combinations of letters or symbols on one ticket.

To be eligible to play the Illinois Lottery, players must be 18 or over and resident in Illinois when purchasing. Furthermore, individuals must possess a valid Illinois driver’s license or non-driver ID card from their State government at time of purchase. Furthermore, this lottery provides several online options as well as in-person services at its headquarters and regional offices for players’ convenience.

How Can I Check Illinois Lottery Winnings To see if you’ve won in the Illinois Lottery, visit its website and log into your account. There, you will see a complete record of all winnings that have been deposited directly into your bank account.

If you’re new to the site, signing up can be done for free by visiting and creating an account on its website. From there you’ll be able to check your winnings, manage your profile, play other games with prizes to be won as a member and check your balance!

How Does Illinois Lotto with Extra Shot Work? Illinois Lotto with Extra Shot is an enjoyable and straightforward game to play, where players select six numbers between one and 52 or opt for Quick Pick, which randomly selects them for them. An Extra Shot feature enables players to increase non-jackpot prize amounts by adding an additional number from 1-25 next to their official drawn number on their playslip or playslip.

The jackpot for IL Lotto starts at $2 Million and keeps increasing until someone claims it. There is also a second-tier prize of $1 Million as well as smaller awards ranging from $25 to $500 available at participating retail locations and online. Drawings take place every Wednesday; tickets can be found both there and through participating retail locations online. Ultimately, proceeds from Lottery sales are distributed according to an arrangement determined by Illinois General Assembly which currently supports education across public school systems across Illinois.