Here are the latest winning lottery numbers for Kentucky : KY Winning Lotto Numbers
About the Kentucky Lottery
The state of Kentucky is as exciting a place to play the lottery as there ever was. There literally is a lotto game for everyone and every play style. Lottery players can go for the mega bucks by playing a multi-state mega jackpot lotto game like the PowerBall lottery. Players can keep it in Kentucky and play Lotto South lottery or Kentucky’s Cash Ball lotto. There are the daily lottery games like Pick 3 lotto, Pick 4 lotto and the Tic Tac Cash lottery game. No lottery would be a lottery without Instant Scratch Tickets and/or Pull Tabs. Kentucky has those too! There’s ton’s of cash to be won in Kentucky!
Kentucky Scratch Lotto Games & Pull-Tab Lotto Games
Win instant cash playing Instant Scratch lotto games and Pull Tab lotto games. There are a wide variety of styles to choose from with games ranging in cost from twenty-five cents ($.025) to twenty dollars ($20). Scratch tickets start at one dollar ($1) with two dollar ($2), five dollar ($5), ten dollar ($10) and twenty dollar ($20) tickets available as well. Pull-Tabs start at twenty-five ($0.25) with fifty cent ($0.50) and one dollar ($1) games available as well.
Players can win big cash prizes playing Pull Tab and Scratch games! Pull-Tab players can win as much as three hundred dollars ($300). Scratch tickets can pay out cash prizes in excess of two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000).
Please remember to play the lottery games responsibly.
Kentucky Pick 3/Pick 4 Lotto
Kentucky Pick 3 lotto and Pick 4 lotto are very similar games in structure and payout pattern. There are a few differences and they will be outlined accordingly as follows:
For starters, both games are daily games. What’s more, they are drawn twice daily! Lotto Results: Midday drawings occur at approximately 1:25 p.m. EST and the evening drawing takes place at approximately 11:00 p.m. EST.
Pick 3 lotto players begin by choosing their lucky numbers. They are to choose three (3) numbers between zero and nine (0-9) or have the computer choose by requesting a Quick Pick. The player must then decide the amount they would like to wager. Players can play fifty cents ($0.50) or a dollar ($1). Once these two things are established, players are to select a play style. Play styles to choose from are Straight, Box, Straight/Box, Front Pair, Back Pair, Split Pair or Super Straight.
In Pick 4 lotto, the steps are the same so far minus a few small details. Firstly, players are to select four (4) numbers. Secondly, players of Pick 4 only have three (3) play styles to choose from. Straight, Box and Straight/Box are the only play style options available in Pick 4.
The breakdown is as follows: A Straight play is won by matching all three numbers in the exact order as they were drawn. In Pick 3, the odds of this win are 1:1,000 and you can win up to six hundred dollars ($600) with a one dollar ($1) wager. In Pick 4, the odds are 1:10,000 and you can win up to five thousand dollars ($5,000) with a one dollar ($1) wager.
A Box play still requires matching all of the winning numbers, but they can be in any order. In Pick 3 there are two (2) cash prize payout categories to win in. If the winning numbers are all unique numbers, the cash prize is one hundred dollars ($100) and if two (2) of the numbers are the same the cash prize is two hundred dollars ($200). In Pick 4 there are four (4) payout categories in Box play. There is a 4-Way Box when three of the winning numbers are the same. The cash prize for the 4-Way Box win is twelve hundred dollars ($1,200). A 6-Way Boxed win requires the winning numbers be in two (2) pairs. In the event a player wins a 6-Way Box play, the cash prize is eight hundred dollars ($800). When the winning numbers contain only one pair of numbers, players can win a 12-Way Box. Te payout for this win is four hundred dollars ($400). When all four (4) of the winning numbers are unique numbers, players can win a 24-Way Box, which fetches a two hundred dollar ($200) cash prize.
Pick 3 lottery players as well as Pick 4 lottery players may choose to play Straight/Box, which as one might imagine, is the combining of the two play styles. For each game, the Straight/Box plays have all the Box variables of the particular game, respectively.
That’s the end of the line for Pick 4 lotto players. Pick 3 lotto players on the other hand are just getting started. Pick 3 players may still play Front Pair, Back Pair, Split Pair and Super Straight. Pairs play, as the name so cleverly suggests involves matching either the first two (2) numbers drawn in Front Pair play, matching the last two (2) numbers drawn as in Back Pair play or matching the first and last numbers drawn as in Split Pair play.
Super Straight play requires a wager of one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50), but players can match the numbers in any order and still receive the Straight win cash prize.
Both Pick 3 lottery and Pick 4 lottery players may play their numbers up to seven consecutive drawings in advance by selecting the appropriate number of drawings on the play slip in the Multi-Draw section or asking the retailer.
Pick 3 lotto and Pick 4 lotto players have only one hundred and eighty (180) days from the date of the drawing to collect their winnings. Cash prizes up to six hundred dollars ($600) can be claimed at any Kentucky Lottery Retailer. Winning tickets up to five thousand dollars ($5,000) may be redeemed at any authorized cashing agent.
Kentucky Cash Ball Lottery
Kentucky Cash Ball lotto is not only fun and exciting, but it is profitable as well. With eight (8) different ways to win cash prizes, the Cash Ball practically throws money at its players.
To play this lottery, simply select four (4) numbers between one and thirty-three (1-33) and mark them in the section headed “MARK 4” on their play slip. Then one (1) number is selected between one and thirty-one (1-31) and marked in the section headed “MARK 1”. To further simplify playing Kentucky’s Cash Ball, players can request a Quick Pick and the numbers will be selected by the computer terminal.
The only thing easier than playing Cash Ball lotto is winning! There are eight (8) ways to win cash!
Lotto players who match all four (4) of the Kentucky Balls as well as the Cash Ball, will win two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000). That’s a wad of cash! The odds of that cash being yours are 1:1,268,520. Without the Cash Ball the player would still walk away with two grand ($2,000), which ain’t too bad either. The odds of matching the Kentucky Balls only are 1:42,284. Players will win three hundred dollars ($300) if they can match three (3) Kentucky Balls and the Cash Ball. The odds of that are 1:10,935. The odds of that without the Cash Ball are 1:365 and pays out fifty bucks ($50). Match two (2) Kentucky Balls and the Cash Ball and win twenty-five dollars ($25). Those odds are 1:521. The odds of that without the Cash Ball are 1:17 and pay a buck ($1). Match one (1) Kentucky Ball and the Cash Ball…or even just the Cash Ball by itself and win two bucks ($2).
Kentucky Cash Ball Lotto Results: Six days a week, Monday through Saturday, Kentucky Cash Ball drawings occur.
Players have one hundred and eighty (180) days from the date of the drawing to collect their cash prizes.
Kentucky Lotto South
Lotto South is not only easier to play, but even more exciting. The starting jackpot for Lotto South is two million dollars ($2 million). Each drawing that does not produce a jackpot winner produces a bigger jackpot! They can get huge!
Players must only select six (6) numbers between one and forty-nine (1-49). Quick Picks are available and players can play up to twenty-six (26) consecutive future drawings. To do so, players simply make the appropriate mark on their play slip or ask the retailer.
Now all you do is wait for the drawing and cross your fingers. The odds of winning the jackpot are 1:13,983,816. The odds of matching five (5) of the winning numbers are 1:54,201. The odds of matching four (4) numbers are 1:1,032. The odds of matching three (3) of the winning numbers and the final way to win a cash prize are 1:57.
Jackpot winners have the option of receiving the cash prize in one lump sum or annual payments over the course of thirty (30) years.
Kentucky PowerBall Lotto
The jackpots just keep on getting bigger! Kentucky PowerBall lotto, which is a multi-state jackpot lottery, has a starting jackpot of fifteen million dollars ($15 million)! That’s a LOT of money! There are twenty-seven (27) other state lotteries participating, making PowerBall one of the largest jackpot lotteries in the world!
Tickets only cost one dollar ($1) and drawings are held twice a week. For more on how to play, and the cash prize structure, be sure to read the informative review on Powerball Lotto.
Kentucky’s Tic Tac Cash Lottery
Tic Tac Cash lotto is where it’s at! Remember playing Tic-Tac-Toe? Well, this is better. Did you ever win money playing Tic-Tac-Toe? No! Well, playing Tic Tac Cash lotto can win you twenty-five thousand bucks ($25,000). How ‘bout that?
Tic Tac Cash lottery costs one dollar ($1) to play.
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