The Play at the Pump program allows people to use a credit or debit card to play several lotto games without ever stepping into the gas station.
Play At The Pump allows customers to buy Quick Pick tickets from the pump with a credit or debit card, rather than stopping inside a convenience store to buy tickets.
The California Lottery wants to make it easier for you to buy tickets by making them available through a device all of us use.
More people are playing California’s lottery after years of decline because more money is being pumped back into the prize pool and that has increased the jackpots.
California Lottery officials say the second of two winners of the $636 million Mega Millions jackpot has come forward to claim the prize.
While the identity of the person who purchased one of two Mega Millions lottery winning tickets is a mystery, lottery officials said Friday that big prize winners often delay coming forward until after getting advice.
The San Jose store owner who sold a winning ticket for the Mega Millions jackpot says he expects the news to boost his business.
Two lucky winning tickets were sold in Tuesday’s near-record $636 million Mega Millions drawing: one at a tiny newsstand in Atlanta, and the other more than 2,000 miles away in California.
A Powerball ticket worth $487,000 was sold at a West Sacramento gas station.
A ticket sold in an Orangevale 7-Eleven store hit it big in the Mega Millions drawing Friday night, matching five of six numbers. That means the lucky buyer who paid $1 is holding a ticket worth $427,749.
A simple scratch satisfies the itch as a local lottery player hits the Christmas jackpot.
It’s too late for California residents to try to cash in on this week’s $588 million Powerball jackpot, but state lottery commissioners voted Thursday to start selling tickets for the game next year.