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Pick10 - How to play
 
Play Pick 10 today and you could be $500,000 richer tomorrow.
 
 

Go to any New York Lottery retailer and pick up a playcard.

Select 10 numbers from 1 through 80 and fill in your chosen squares as instructed on the playcard. Or save time by choosing Quick Pick and letting the computer randomly select numbers for you.

Each playcard has 5 game panels, each with squares numbered 1 through 80, so you can play up to 5 times on each playcard.

The minimum play is $1 for 1 game. Or you can play up to $5 on the 5-game playcard.

Select the number of drawings in which you wish to participate. You can play up to 7 drawings in advance - all on one ticket.

If you want to play for more than one day, select a number of days. If the next draw is desired, no mark is required. You can play up to 7 days.

Present your completed playcard to any New York Lottery retailer for processing.

Check your ticket(s) to verify that the numbers and the dates printed are correct. That's it!

 

 


When to play
 
  Play daily by 7:30 p.m. for that night's drawing.
Pick 10 - Odds  

Winning Numbers
Matched Per Game
Prize

Chances of Winning
on one Game Panel

10

$500,000*

1:8,911,711
9

$6,000

1:163,381
8

$300

1:7,384
7

$40

1:621
6

$10

1:87
0

$4

1:22

Overall Odds are 1 in 17

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