Who is in charge of the North Dakota Lottery?

Who is in charge of the North Dakota Lottery?

The North Dakota Lottery is responsible for administering, regulating, enforcing, and promoting the state’s lottery. The North Dakota Lottery encourages players to be responsible in their amount of play. Do not spend more than you can afford on any lottery product. Remember, it’s just a game.

Where do you mail winning lottery tickets in North Dakota?

In North Dakota, you can purchase tickets for up to 9 draws in advance. Here’s the normal process for claiming prizes in North Dakota. Option 1. Option 2. Mail the winning ticket (signed and filled out on the back) to the North Dakota Lottery, P.O. Box 204, Bismarck, ND 58502-0204.

How old do you have to be to play the lottery in North Dakota?

Anybody over the age of 18 can purchase and redeem lottery tickets in the state of North Dakota. What lottery games can I play in North Dakota? The North Dakota Lottery offers some exciting daily and jackpot draws, including Powerball, Mega Millions, Lotto America, Lucky for Life, and 2by2.

Where was the largest lottery prize ever won in North Dakota?

The largest prize ever won in the history of the North Dakota Lottery was sold at a Kum & Go store in Williston. In the past year a new multi-state lottery game concept where the top prize pays out over the lifetime of the winner has swept across the United States.

Where can I find the latest lottery numbers?

At Lottery Post’s lottery results pages, you can get the latest winning lotto numbers, game information, current jackpot prize amount, statistics including hot/cold/overdue numbers, search past drawings, payouts, frequency chart, lotto wheels, lottery predictions, and odds of winning.

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