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10 Best Illinois Lottery Scratch Offs RANKED

How did you pick your last Illinois Lottery scratch off? Did you go for that flashy new instant game or was a certain ticket calling your name?

However you picked it, chances are you wasted your money. Sorry. It’s not your fault. No one told you there was a better way.

What if you knew which scratchers had the best odds of winning?

Wouldn’t that be amazing? You wouldn’t be guessing which game to play. You’d have an advantage. Your very own lotto edge.

Keep reading because your luck is about to change.

Illinois Lottery Scratch Off Odds

IL Lottery scratch off tickets vary from one game to the next. Not just the catchy names or ticket price either.

Each game has its own odds of winning. Those odds vary from game to game and even between similar prizes. No two instant games are the same.

Knowing these odds can give you an advantage!

Wouldn’t you want to buy scratchers that give you the best chance of winning? Let the sucker behind you in line waste his money.

About Overall Odds

The simplest way to compare Illinois Lotto scratch off odds is using the “overall odds”.

The overall odds of winning are the odds of winning ANY prize in a scratch off game.

The overall odds remain the same throughout the life of a game and are typically printed on the back of a scratch ticket.

If you want to know the best chances to win anything on your scratch off, the overall odds are the way to go.

The overall odds are available from the IL Lottery website. If you had spare time, you could collect the overall odds on each game. Create yourself a ranked list.

Just make sure to update your list as new games come out. Let’s be real. Nobody has time for that.

Fortunately, we do the hard work for you. At least for the top 10 best games!

Keep scrolling for the Top 10 List of Illinois Lottery scratch off games with best overall odds of winning this month.

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Lottery Ticket Worth $100K Sold At Mobil In South Chicago Heights

The lottery ticket is the largest win sold at the convenience store in Chicago Heights, according to clerk.

By Yasmeen Sheikah , Patch Staff
Sep 23, 2020 9:51 a m CT | Updated Sep 23, 2020 10:13 a m CT

CHICAGO HEIGHTS, IL — The Illinois lottery said it awarded more than $14 million to winners around the state this week. One of those winners bought a ticket worth $100,000 in Chicago Heights, according to the lottery.

The individual who bought the ticket played the game “Ultimate Millions” and claimed their prize on Sept. 14, according to the lottery. The ticket was sold at a Mobil convenience store, 2802 Chicago Road in Chicago Heights, according to the lottery.

A clerk of nine years told Patch she has never seen anything this large sold at the location, adding “this is the biggest win the station has ever received in my time working here.”

Last week, the lottery reported over 546,000 winners across the state, in all lottery jackpot games combined. The largest drawing was $750,000 from the Lucky Day Lotto jackpot, in the Tuesday, Sept. 15 midday drawing. This ticket was sold at BP Midway, 4759 S. Cicero Ave., Chicago, according to the lottery.

Here are other big lottery wins in Illinois this week:

Sept. 20 — Lucky Day Lotto, $450,000, Route 3 Fuel and Liquor in Sauget, Illinois.

Sept. 16 — Lucky Day Lotto, $150,000, Lenny’s Food N Fuel in Frankfort.

Sept. 18 — Triple 7 Max, $100,000, Thornton Gas and Food Market in Galesburg.

Sept. 17 — Full of $500s, $250,000, 7-Eleven in Streamwood.

Sept. 15 — $100 Million Cash Extreme, $500,000, Dry Dock Inn in Darien.

All Illinois residents 18 years or older can purchase a lottery ticket on the Illinois Lottery mobile app, in-store or the Illinois Lottery website. The Illinois lottery was founded in 1974.

Lottery Ticket Worth $100K Sold At Mobil In South Chicago Heights – Chicago Heights, IL – The lottery ticket is the largest win sold at the convenience store in Chicago Heights, according to clerk.