What is Thai Lotto?

Thai Lotto is a form of legalized gambling in Thailand. It is organized by the Government lottery office, which distributes lottery tickets to wholesalers and retail vendors. The legislative framework of Thai Lotto determines the operations of the lottery, including the payouts for prize winners.

There are two main types of lottery tickets: the first one is the “Jackpot” which has a total prize of B30 million or more. If you win this ticket, you need to visit the GLO office in Nonthaburi to claim your prize. However, the smaller prize amounts can be cashed out at authorized retail venues.

Before playing, you should check your numbers. You can find a list of the lucky numbers of the lottery on the official website of the GLO. This will help you avoid buying suspicious lottery tickets. Make sure you do not get a lottery ticket from a storekeeper who does not look Thai. Those who do not look Thai are a prime target for scams.

You should also be wary of lottery tickets that have been sold by people who are not legitimate lottery agents. They might be able to sell you a ticket for a much higher price than you should pay.

In Thailand, there are only two forms of legalized gambling, the Thai Lotto and horse racing. Although both are regulated, they have different methods of paying out prizes and the results are not the same. For the Thai Lotto, the legal framework is well-established. A percentage of ticket sales is allocated to charitable organizations, disability organizations and other national causes.

Tickets can be purchased at the offices of the government lottery office, the Krung Thai Bank, or through retail venues. After purchasing, หวยลือลั่น สนั่นเมืองงวดนี้ will need to provide your passport or ID card and fill out the back of the ticket. The tickets are then printed and sent to the customers. ลือลั่น สนั่นเมือง who win a prize must also pay stamp duty.

If you win a prize, you will have to claim your prize within two years from the date of the drawing. You can contact the Department of Prize Payments at 02-528-96-21.

Tickets are printed on special yellow paper. There are two-tone watermarks on the tickets. These allow you to identify fraudulent tickets easily. When a Thai person misunderstands the watermark, he or she will likely recognize the fraudulent tickets.

Tickets are distributed to more than 14760 registered retail vendors in the nation. A broker puts a certain percentage on top of your ticket, and then distributes it to the retail venues. Those who are winners must present their winning tickets and their passports or ID cards at the nearest GLO offices.

In 2014, 76 million baths were paid out in the Thai Lotto. This translates to US$2.3 billion. Despite the unfavorable payout ratio, the Thai Lotto is still popular. With the newest lottery scheme, the number of lottery tickets will be increased by 7-8 million.

Getting a ticket is relatively simple. Anyone can play the Lottery.