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archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20120603053301 https: valottery.com promotion teacher drawings.asp archivedate 2012-06-03 title Super Teacher publisher Virginia State Lottery accessdate 2013-12-17 Games The Virginia Lottery gives top-prize winners of certain games a choice of cash or annuity. When a top-prize winner of Powerball, Mega Millions, or ''Decades of Dollars'' is claimed, the Lottery purchases sufficient US Government bonds to cover the prize. If the cash option

Official Rules publisher lottery.com accessdate 2010-07-02 Cash 5 Virginia's Cash 5 game draws five numbers from a pool of 34. The minimum wager is $1; games can be played for 25 and or 50 cents providing the total is $1 or more. The top prize on a $1 single-game wager is $100,000; that pool's liability limit is $2,000,000.

of Dollars is a drawing game currently available only in Virginia, offering a top prize of $250,000 per year in 30 annual installments ($7.5 million total) or a cash option of $4 million. Drawings are twice a week: on Monday and Thursday. Each play costs $2. Players choose six numbers from 1 through 47. Any ticket matching at least two numbers wins. Matching two numbers (on a Virginia-generated ticket) wins a $2 quick-pick Decades of Dollars ticket; three numbers wins $10, four numbers wins $100


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: www.valottery.com promotion raffle archivedate 2012-04-16 title Official Home of the Virginia Lottery publisher Virginia State Lottery accessdate 2013-12-17 Multi-jurisdiction draw games Mega Millions Mega Millions is a drawing game played in Virginia and most other U. S. states (Virginia is one of the original six states to first offer the game in 1996 when it was then known as "The Big Game"). Jackpots start at $15 million


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child2_agency keydocument1 website http: www.valottery.com footnotes map map_width map_caption The '''Virginia Lottery''' is an independent agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia. It was created in 1987 when Virginians voted in favor of a state lottery. The first ticket was sold on September 20, 1988. All profits from Virginia Lottery ticket sales go to K-12 public education. In Fiscal Year 2014, the Lottery's profits totaled $538.6 million, which accounted

. Starting in 1999, a provision in Virginia's budget called for all proceeds to be assigned exclusively to education. In November 2000, Virginia voters approved the creation of the State Lottery Proceeds Fund by an 83.5-point margin. The measure, which is a permanent part

of Virginia's Constitution, directs the General Assembly to use all Lottery profits for educational purposes. The Lottery does not control how its profits are spent. Under Virginia law, all unclaimed prizes go to the Virginia Literary Fund, which is also used for educational purposes. Virginia Code § 58.1–4020. As of 2014, more than $244 million in unclaimed prizes have been transferred to the Literary Fund. In 2004, retired truck driver J. R. Triplett


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-digit games that are similar to those of other US lotteries. The maximum prize on a $1 play are $500 in Pick 3 and $5,000 in Pick 4.

official_rules.cfm GameID VA3M title Lottery Official Rules accessdate 2010-07-02

: www.valottery.com cash5 howtoplay.asp archivedate 2009-02-28 title Game Information: Cash 5 publisher Virginia State Lottery accessdate 2013-12-17 $1,000,000 Moneyball $1,000,000 Moneyball replaced ''Win for Life'' on September 17, 2014. Moneyball is drawn Wednesdays and Saturdays. Players choose Fantasy 5


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child2_agency keydocument1 website http: www.valottery.com footnotes map map_width map_caption The '''Virginia Lottery''' is an independent agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia. It was created in 1987 when Virginians voted in favor of a state lottery. The first ticket was sold on September 20, 1988. All profits from Virginia Lottery ticket sales go to K-12 public education. In Fiscal Year 2014, the Lottery's profits totaled $538.6 million, which accounted

for approximately 8 percent of school funding in Virginia. That brought total Lottery profits in Virginia (from 1989 to June 2014) to more than $9.5 billion. Daily draw games include Pick 3, Pick 4

. The Lottery's headquarters is in downtown Richmond; additional customer service centers are in Abingdon, Farmville, Hampton, Harrisonburg, Henrico, Roanoke, and Woodbridge. History Lotteries date back to the earliest days of Virginia. "The Great Virginia Lottery" was held long before Virginia became a state. It began in 1612 to help raise funds for the struggling Jamestown Settlement; it raised ₤29,000 for the Virginia Company.


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subscriptions archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20120623143903 http: www.valottery.com subscriptions archivedate 2012-06-23 title Mega Millions and Win For Life: Subscribe! publisher Virginia State Lottery accessdate 2013-12-17 Virginia-only draw games Within Virginia, the Lottery offers "Pick 3", "Pick 4," and "Cash 5." Each game is drawn twice a day (at 2PM and 11PM), seven days a week. Pick 3 and Pick 4 Virginia offers three- and four

-digit games that are similar to those of other US lotteries. The maximum prize on a $1 play are $500 in Pick 3 and $5,000 in Pick 4.

official_rules.cfm GameID VA3M title Lottery Official Rules accessdate 2010-07-02


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Decades of Dollars is a drawing game currently available only in Virginia, offering a top prize of $250,000 per year in 30 annual installments ($7.5 million total) or a cash option of $4 million. Drawings are twice a week: on Monday and Thursday. Each play costs $2. Players choose six numbers from 1 through 47. Any ticket matching at least two numbers wins. Matching two numbers (on a Virginia-generated ticket) wins a $2 quick-pick


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-digit games that are similar to those of other US lotteries. The maximum prize on a $1 play are $500 in Pick 3 and $5,000 in Pick 4.

official_rules.cfm GameID VA3M title Lottery Official Rules accessdate 2010-07-02

: www.valottery.com cash5 howtoplay.asp archivedate 2009-02-28 title Game Information: Cash 5 publisher Virginia State Lottery accessdate 2013-12-17 $1,000,000 Moneyball $1,000,000 Moneyball replaced ''Win for Life'' on September 17, 2014. Moneyball is drawn Wednesdays and Saturdays. Players choose Fantasy 5

Virginia State Lottery

The '''Virginia Lottery''' is an independent agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia. It was created in 1987 when Virginians voted in favor of a state lottery. The first ticket was sold on September 20, 1988. All profits from Virginia Lottery ticket sales go to K-12 public education. In Fiscal Year 2014, the Lottery's profits totaled $538.6 million, which accounted for approximately 8 percent of school funding in Virginia. That brought total Lottery profits in Virginia (from 1989 to June 2014) to more than $9.5 billion.

Daily draw games include Pick 3, Pick 4, and Cash 5 (Fantasy 5); each of which is drawn twice daily. The Virginia Lottery also offers numerous scratchers. It is one of 46 lotteries which sells Mega Millions tickets, and one of 47 offering Powerball. ''Decades of Dollars'' is drawn Mondays and Thursdays; Mega Millions (#Mega Millions) is drawn Tuesdays and Fridays, while Powerball (#Powerball) is drawn Wednesdays and Saturdays. The Lottery maintains elaborate security procedures to protect the integrity of its games.

The Lottery's headquarters is in downtown Richmond; additional customer service centers are in Abingdon, Farmville, Hampton, Harrisonburg, Henrico, Roanoke, and Woodbridge.

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