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The Singapore Lottery made this infographic to advise on how to safeguard your lottery ticket.
The Singapore Pools website went on to say this: A winning ticket must not be torn, mutilated, defaced or disfigured in any way. If the ticket cannot be read by our terminals, you will not be able to claim your prize.Read More
When finance firm Ameritrade did a survey on lottery winners, there were a few surprises. Most people expect lottery jackpot winners to spend lavishly. Check out the video and see what the survey reveals…Read More
THIS infographic shows the survey results of lottery ticket buying habits of 400 Japanese men and women. It clearly shows that superstition plays a big part.
At last - all your worries are over with your $20 million Mega Millions or Powerball win. You've made a list of all the things that you're going to buy.
What is going to make you the happiest on that list? If you follow the advice from these happyness experts, I think you'll be quite surprised!Read More
One of the more important tasks when you win the jackpot is to quietly disappear. While you can do this physically, getting rid of your internet presence is another problem altogether. But it's not impossible.
Here's how you can disappear from the internet in a few steps. If you don't have the time or skills to follow it through, you can ask someone to follow the steps on sites like JustDeleteMe.
The lottery is full of surprises. Most of us see just the lotto store and view the prizes, but there's far more to the lottery than that. For starters, we spend a heap of money on tickets... so where does it go?
This attractive infograph shows the power of the lottery in the USA...
Players are fleeing the USA Mega Millions in droves. And all because the organisation increased the odds of playing. Last October 19th they increased the field of 5 numbers from 1 through 56, up to 1 through 75.
The odds rocketed up from 1-in-176 million to 1-in-259 million.
The proof of a serious drop in player sales is here in the graph. This shows two similar jackpots, one before the number change, and one after. Take a look at the ticket sales. They show a big slump: