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How to Play Lotto:

Amount:
$1 for two games.

Bigger money:
Jackpots start at $2 million and grow daily. Plus there are 3 other ways to win (see chart).

Choose:
Ask for a Play Slip and pick 6 unique numbers, 1-52. Or, ask
for a Quick Pick (automatic selection).

Drawing:
Ask for either Monday, Wednesday or Saturday's 9:22 p.m. draw, broadcast live on WGN-TV. Winning numbers are also published in most local newspapers.

WIN!
If the numbers you pick match the drawing numbers, you could be a winner.

Prize Payout:

HOW TO WIN LOTTO**

CHANCES

AVG PRIZE*

  ($1 play)  
GRAND PRIZE: 1:10,179,260 $2 Million starting jackpot***
Match all six numbers in any order    
SECOND PRIZE: 1:36,881 $1,000*
Match five of the six numbers in any order    
THIRD PRIZE: 1:656 $33*
Match four of the six numbers in any order    
FOURTH PRIZE: 1:34 $3

Match three of the six numbers in any order

 

   
OVERALL CHANCES OF WINNING A PRIZE: 1:32

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