FAQ

Q: How late can I purchase KAILOTO tickets?!

A: Sales cut-off times vary by five minutes before the drawings on everyday evenings, depending on the selling jurisdiction.!

Q: Can I purchase KAILOTO tickets over the Internet?

A: Some lotteries sell KAILOTO® tickets over the Internet, but the service is only available to residents of that jurisdiction. The sale of KAILOTO tickets over the Internet or by mail across jurisdictional borders is restricted. Lotteries may refuse to pay out prize money on KAILOTO tickets purchased on any website other than their own. Please contact your lottery with any further questions.

Q: How long do I have to claim my prize?

A: Ticket expiration dates typically vary from 30 days to one year depending on the selling jurisdiction. The expiration date is often listed on the back of your ticket. If the expiration date is not listed, check with your lottery.

Q: Can KAILOTO winners remain anonymous?

A: Every jurisdiction has its own law on winners remaining anonymous. Some jurisdictions are required by law to provide the winner's name, city of residence, game won and prize amount to any third party that requests the information. Other jurisdictions allow winners to create trusts to shield their names from the public, or otherwise claim prizes anonymously. Check with your lottery to see if taking a photo of the winner is required and what its rules are on prize claims. Even if you keep your identity secret from the media and the public, you will have to be known to the lottery so officials can confirm you are eligible to play and win, as well as other legal requirements.