A lottery number is a set of numbers that is chosen by a random draw. The winning numbers are printed on the ticket and the winning player receives a prize.
The numbers on a lotto ticket can be from three to seven digits. Each lottery game has its own unique set of numbers.
Six-Number Games – A type of lottery in which a player must match all six regular numbers drawn to win the top prize. These games are popular in the United States and have a long history of paying out huge jackpots.
Powerball – A $2 multi-jurisdictional lottery game with an extremely large jackpot that is offered by many American lotteries. It is drawn twice weekly, often Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Ticket – A ticket in which numbers are selected on a computer terminal. This is the most common kind of lottery ticket.
Pull Tab – Also known as break opens, these tickets have a little perforated flap that is pulled back when the winning number is chosen. These tickets can be purchased at most convenience stores and are similar to scratch tickets.
Quick Pick – A method of playing numbers or online lottery games where players purchase a ticket where the numbers are randomly generated for them by the computer terminal.
Rollover – A jackpot that rolls over to the next drawing if not won in the current drawing. This is the biggest and most lucrative jackpot in a lottery game.