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How to Play Pick 4:

The Kentucky Lottery's Pick 4 is a daily numbers game! Match the four numbers drawn and win up to $5,000 cash!

Three easy ways to play:

  • Straight - Match all four numbers in exact order.
  • Box - Match all four numbers in any order.
  • Straight/Box - Match all four numbers in exact or any order.

How to fill out the play slip:

  1. Choose 4 lucky numbers from 0 to 9, or mark "Quick Pick" and the computer will randomly select your numbers for you.
  2. Choose the amount you wish to wager.
  3. Choose the way you wish to play by selecting Straight, Box or Straight/ Box.
  4. Choose the number of drawings you wish to play. Play up to seven consecutive draws per play slip.
  5. Choose the drawing time you wish to play. Play the Midday drawing (approximately 1:25 p.m. e.s.t.), the Evening drawing (approximately 11:00 p.m. e.s.t.), or play both drawings.
  6. Save your ticket to claim your winnings.

Prize Payout:

PICK 4 Match Prize Odds Per Play
1 of 10
4 times Daily
$1 per play
$.50 (half prize)
Straight $5,000 1:10,000
Box
4 way
$1,200 1:2,500
Box
6 way
$800 1:1,667
Box
12 way
$400 1:833
Box
24 way
$200 1:417
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