What Is Lucky for Life? Lucky for Life lottery game is an engaging way to win big cash prizes that continue delivering over time, such as $1,000 daily payout and $25,000 annually payouts. Drawings take place each night of the week at $8 a ticket – starting in Connecticut first before expanding across 23 states and the District of Columbia three years later.
To play, select five white numbers between 1-48 and one yellow Lucky Ball number between 1-18 using either a Playslip or by marking the QP (Quick Pick) box at a Lottery terminal. Tickets can be found at most Colorado retailers such as gas stations and convenience stores; alternatively you can purchase an iLottery online Lucky for Life ticket.
Once you win, your prize will be distributed over 20 years or until its annuitized payment runs out, whichever comes first. If a first or second prize is split among multiple winners, it will be distributed equally among them; and total amount paid out for winning combination of numbers displayed at top.
Lucky for Life game provides nine prizes from $3 up to a lifetime of cash! To win big, match all five white and yellow numbers or the Lucky Ball; each play costs $2.
Chances of winning the top prize are 1 in 308214 and the second prize of $25,000 per year for life are 1 in 1,813,028; maximum payout is $10 Million.
Iowa and Nebraska require their top prize winners to be at least 18; Ohio and North Carolina set minimum age requirements at 19, while ticket purchasing laws differ between states; so check local requirements before playing. Winners may be required to sign an affidavit attesting that they meet the minimum age for participating in a lottery, in most cases as individuals and not corporations or trusts, and claim their ticket within 180 days from its drawing date. If a prize goes unclaimed, it will be donated to charity. By accepting their prize, winners grant the lottery permission to use their name, city, state, age and photo/likeness for promotional purposes in any medium and agree to pay any applicable federal, state and local taxes on it.