If You Play the Lottery, Play it Safe

Numerous options available for responsible Lottery play
While Maryland Lottery tickets can still be purchased during the coronavirus pandemic, we strongly encourage Lottery players to take necessary precautions and practice social distancing to keep the virus from spreading. Here are some suggestions:
Use playslips and your own pen or pencil: Paper playslips are available at all Lottery retailers. Fill out your playslip completely before getting in line to make your purchase. Retailers are permitted to require Lottery customers to use playslips, which quicken the pace of Lottery transactions and ensure that you receive exactly the numbers and options you want.
Use ePlayslips: Android and iPhone users can download the free Maryland Lottery app, which will allow you to create electronic playslips and store them on your phone. Each ePlayslip has a barcode, and the retailer will print your ticket after they scan the barcode from your phone’s screen.
Skip playslips and use quick pick: The “quick pick” option available on the Lottery’s terminals and vending machines can save you time by randomly generating your numbers – no playslips needed. Just select your game and choose quick pick.
Check tickets at home: The Maryland Lottery app and the My Lottery Rewards app will both allow you to scan your tickets to find out if they are winners.
Try advance play options: By using a playslip and marking the number of draws, Powerball, Mega Millions and Cash4Life players can purchase up to 15 drawings in a row. Multi-Match players can purchase up to 10 drawings in a row.

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