Several states in the US offer online lottery sales. These states include Illinois, Minnesota, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Washington DC, and District of Columbia. In fact, Illinois became the first state to launch online lottery sales in March 2012.
New York State has no official online lottery sales, but its website offers access to lottery games. New Yorkers can buy tickets from nearly 17,000 retail locations. The lottery directs around $1 billion per year to the state’s school aid fund. In addition, the state offers a mobile lottery app that can be downloaded on Android and iOS devices.
Michigan Lottery offers players nearly 100 different instant win games. Players can choose to play three multi-state games, or purchase tickets to eight in-house games. Players can choose to play the Take 5 game, which offers prizes for matching three to five numbers.
Players can also choose to purchase subscriptions to the Cash4Life and MegaMillions lotteries. These subscriptions allow players to play every draw for as long as they like. They include the option of buying a seventh ticket for free.
Players can also purchase lottery tickets from the Virgin Islands, which has been conducting lotteries since the 1700s. The lottery is drawn twice a day. Players may purchase tickets for $1 or 50c.
In addition to lottery tickets, the Pennsylvania Lottery offers several online games. Players can choose from a variety of draw games, such as Match 6 Lotto, eInstant games, and Treasure Hunt. Players can also play the Pennsylvania Keystone Cash instant win game for a chance to win up to $300,000.