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Florida Lottery Introduction

The Florida Lottery is one of the best known and the most played regional lotteries in the United States. It is massive in its home state of Florida, and is also revered throughout the US thanks to its big jackpots and small odds.


The Florida Lotto was first drawn in 1988 following a constitutional amendment that called for the creation of a lottery in order to boost state coffers. In the years since the Florida Lottery has helped to generate billions of dollars for education and other services in the state of FL.


How to Play Florida Lottery

In the early days of the Florida Lottery all jackpots were paid out as an annuity, which means that the lucky winners received their cash in 30 yearly instalments. In 1998 this changed when a cash option was introduced, giving players the option of one or the other. As with other US lotteries, the majority of Florida Lottery jackpot winners choose the cash option, taking a slightly reduced sum in order to get all of the money in one go.


Florida Lottery follows a 6/53 format, which means players need to choose 6 numbers from 1 to 53, claiming the jackpot when they match all 6. It costs just $1 per line and there are many other games for Floridians to play as well, including something known as EZMatch that costs an extra $1 per play for a chance to win instant cash or to multiply their non-jackpot winnings.


Jackpots and Records

Florida Lottery was breaking lottery records long before the Powerball was even a thing. Way back in 1990 it broke the $100 million mark for the first time with a jackpot of $106.5 million that was split between 6 lucky ticket holders. This September 14 rollover draw attracted so much attention and generated so much excitement that Florida Lotto is said to have sold over $30 million worth of tickets on the day of the draw alone.


Winning Odds of Florida Lottery

There are 4 prize tiers on the Florida Lottery, with the jackpot returning odds of 1 in 22,957,480. The smallest prize, paid to players who match 3 numbers, returns odds of 1 in 71.


Florida Lottery Introduction

The Florida Lottery is one of the best known and the most played regional lotteries in the United States. It is massive in its home state of Florida, and is also revered throughout the US thanks to its big jackpots and small odds.


The Florida Lotto was first drawn in 1988 following a constitutional amendment that called for the creation of a lottery in order to boost state coffers. In the years since the Florida Lottery has helped to generate billions of dollars for education and other services in the state of FL.


How to Play Florida Lottery

In the early days of the Florida Lottery all jackpots were paid out as an annuity, which means that the lucky winners received their cash in 30 yearly instalments. In 1998 this changed when a cash option was introduced, giving players the option of one or the other. As with other US lotteries, the majority of Florida Lottery jackpot winners choose the cash option, taking a slightly reduced sum in order to get all of the money in one go.


Florida Lottery follows a 6/53 format, which means players need to choose 6 numbers from 1 to 53, claiming the jackpot when they match all 6. It costs just $1 per line and there are many other games for Floridians to play as well, including something known as EZMatch that costs an extra $1 per play for a chance to win instant cash or to multiply their non-jackpot winnings.


Jackpots and Records

Florida Lottery was breaking lottery records long before the Powerball was even a thing. Way back in 1990 it broke the $100 million mark for the first time with a jackpot of $106.5 million that was split between 6 lucky ticket holders. This September 14 rollover draw attracted so much attention and generated so much excitement that Florida Lotto is said to have sold over $30 million worth of tickets on the day of the draw alone.


Winning Odds of Florida Lottery

There are 4 prize tiers on the Florida Lottery, with the jackpot returning odds of 1 in 22,957,480. The smallest prize, paid to players who match 3 numbers, returns odds of 1 in 71.