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Ohio Lottery 17+

Marcus Thomas LLC

Designed for iPhone

    • #59 in Reference
    • 2.5 • 452 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

The official app of the Ohio Lottery. This app provides the information Ohio Lottery players want most, including:
– Current and past winning numbers for all draw games
– Jackpot amounts
– Ticket Scanning
– MyLotto Rewards
– Random number generator
– Info on Scratch Off games
– KENO drawings on-demand
– Retailer locator
– ePlaySlip
– Contact info and more

Lottery players are subject to Ohio laws and Commission regulations. Please play responsibly.

Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

What’s New

What’s New in Version 7.1.0:
– EZPLAY Countdown Series Games discontinued.
– Bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

Bogus rewards program

It only allows you to enter a limited amount of tickets for points a month. I feel if you’ve spent the money to buy the tickets why would you not be allowed to enter as many tickets as humanly possible. Not to mention anything remotely valuable in the rewards catalog starts at 10,000 points, so they limit you to 1000 points a month, it’ll take almost a year to get to obtain enough points to get yourself a $50-$60 item. So that’s about $50 back on $2500 spent. Good looking out for your customers Ohio Lottty!

It’s my favorite app!!

I use it all the time. I love that the mobile cashing is now and option and I’m excited to start using it. If I had a wishlist, I would most definitely want to purchase my tickets through the app. I am confined to my house during covid-19 and have very very limited access to an authorized lotto printer. The town is shut down and very limited hours if they are open. If I link my info to the account to cash in my tickets,wouldn’t it make sense to let me purchase them through the app too? Just a thought!! I love the app either way! Thanks for having it!

Poorly Written App

This app is poorly written and confusing. It appears to say one thing but mean another with the whole Ticket Cashing Option. ONLY tickets of $50 up to $5,000 can be cashed. Since the majority of prizes given out by the Ohio Lottery fall well below this threshold, not many customers will be able to utilize this option. An option to accumulate more than $50 and utilize the option. Whoever writes the instructions and promo was NOT clear on this “option”. Again, a very THIRD RATE APP and poorly written and executed instructions. When you call in, the Ohio Lottery Representatives are smug, sarcastic and very off putting. Another TYPICALLY RUN STATE AGENCY. If they had to make it in the real world this would FAIL MISERABLY.

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Ohio Lottery Commission
Address: 615 WEST SUPERIOR AVENUE CLEVELAND, OHIO 44113-9885
Internet: http://www.ohiolottery.com
Phone: (216) 774-5671
Fax: (216) 787-3313
Population: 11,542,645 (U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division)
Lottery Director: Pat McDonald
Year Lottery Founded: 1974
Gross Sales FY2015:
Gross Sales FY2016:
$3,664,999,513
$3,928,515,957
Sales Per Capita: $233
Number of Employees: 345
Retailers: 9,828
On-line Vendor Contract: INTRALOT
July 1, 2011 June 30, 2013
Instant Ticket Vendor Contract: Scientific Games
July 1, 2011 June 30, 2013
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July 1, 2011 June 30, 2013
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Games Offered: Mega Millions, KICKER, Powerball, Classic Lotto, Pick 3, Pick 4, Pick 5, Rolling Cash 5, Instants and KENO at traditional Lottery retailer locations; video lottery terminals in operation at licensed racetracks.
Beneficiaries: All Lottery Profits are transferred to the Lottery Profits Education Fund.
Jurisdiction: State of Ohio, USA


BACKGROUND

Ohio voters approved a constitutional amendment to establish a state lottery by a two-to-one margin in May 1973. Operations began in early 1974 and the first ticket, the weekly passive game Buckeye 300, went on sale August 13, 1974.
The Ohio Lottery introduced instant tickets for the first time in June 1976 with the game Ohio Instant Lottery. Tickets flew off the shelves and by its tenth week, sales had surpassed $51 million.
The Lottery’s first numbers game, the three-digit, The Number (which would become Pick 3), was launched in December 1979, followed by Pick 4 in April 1981. Two years later, Ohio Lotto made its debut. A multistate game joined the product mix for the first time in 2002 when Mega Millions tickets went on sale in May. And fast-draw keno began in August 2008, limited to bars, taverns and other approved outlets.
Currently, the Ohio Lottery offers the draw games Mega Millions, Powerball, Classic Lotto, Rolling Cash 5, Ten-Oh, Pick 3 and Pick 4, plus the monitor game Keno with a Keno to Go option. EZPLAY games are also available through the retail terminals.
In 2012, the Lottery is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Cash Explosion TV show, the only TV show still remaining among U.S. lotteries. It is paired with the continuously-running Cash Explosion instant game.
The Ohio Lottery entered a new era in June 2012 with the debut of video lottery terminals at Scioto Downs, one of the state’s seven commercial racetracks eligible for the machines. VLTs were originally approved in 2009; the legislation was finalized in 2011 and upheld in court in 2012.
Lottery proceeds have historically been used for education, and in 1987 voters approved a constitutional amendment permanently earmarking Lottery profits for education. Legislation the following spring created the Lottery Profits Education Fund to provide a clear separation of Lottery revenue from the State’s General Revenue Fund. Since 2007, the Lottery has offered the Partners in Education program, recognizing outstanding students and teachers, K thru 12, with Academic All Star and Teacher of the Month awards.

News Archive for CY2020
July 27, 2020 Ohio Lottery Reports Sales of $4.3 Billion with Profits of $1.13 billion for Education
June 17, 2020 Ohio Lottery Scratch-Off Tickets Commence Flowing Again to Retailers
June 17, 2020 Ohio Lawmakers Call on Lottery to Supplement School Funding
June 14, 2020 State Lottery Ticket Sales Have Surged During the Pandemic

News Archive for CY2019
August 5, 2019 Ohio Lottery Reports Record Sales of $4.4 Billion
July 11, 2019 Lottery Report Racino Slot Machine Revenue Tops $1B for First Time
April 29, 2019 Legislator Pushes Sports Gambling Plan That Would Fall Under Ohio Lottery Commission
April 5, 2019 Ohio Lottery Eyeing Launch of Mobile and Online ‘iLottery’ Games
February 7, 2019 Governor Names New Director of Ohio Lottery Commission

News Archive for CY2018
October 8, 2018 Mobile Lottery App Aims to Begin Selling Ohio Lottery Tickets in 2019
September 26, 2018 Ohio Lottery and INTRALOT Team with Visa and Worldpay to Showcase Cashless Lottery Play at 2018 NASPL Annual Conference
August 1, 2018 Ohio Giant Eagles Offering New Mobile Way to Play the Lottery
February 15, 2018 Skill Games to be Regulated by Ohio Casino Control Commission
February 13, 2018 The Ohio Lottery is Undertaking Several New Initiatives
January 22, 2017 City Goes After Taxes on Ohio Lottery Winnings

News Archive for CY2017
October 27, 2017 Ohio Lotto to Accept Credit Cards for Scratch-Off Tickets
September 13, 2017 Ohio Lottery to Soon Accept Credit Cards at Self-Service Vending Machines
September 11, 2017 Ohio Lottery Extends Contract with IGT to Provide Instant Ticket Printing Services
August 21, 2017 Ohio Lottery Offers 3D Mobile Phone Instant Game Option
Aug. 15, 2017 Ohio Lottery Commission Extends Primary Instant Games Contract with Scientific Games
July 17, 2017 Ohio Lottery’s Annual Profit Exceeds $1 Billion for the Second Year
June 19, 2017 Ohio Lottery Teams Up With Cleveland Indians Francisco Lindor for the InspiredOH Initiative
April 21, 2017 Ohio Lottery Game Highlights Ohio-Made Products and Fun
January 23, 2017 Ohio Lottery Seeks More State Money to Stay Competitive

News Archive for CY2016
December 19, 2016 Lottery Looks to Improve Struggling Instant Ticket Sales
November 17, 2016 Ohio Introduces New Gambling Legislation to Increase Oversight of Pools, Online Fantasy Sports Contests and Other Money Drawings
September 26, 2016 Research Firm Presents Draft of Business Assessment Report of the Ohio Lottery
July 12, 2016 Ohio Lottery Celebrates Historic $1 Billion Profit Transfer
July 11, 2016 Ohio Lottery Reports Record Profit of $1 Billion for K-12 Education
July 6, 2016 Ohio Court of Claims Dumps Lawsuit Against Lottery Commission for Wrongful Dismissal

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