Lottery Online

Lottery Online is an online lottery service that allows you to buy tickets and participate in national draws. These sites are regulated by the state gambling commission and offer safe, secure transactions. They also protect your identity by using encryption technology to prevent hackers from accessing personal information. You can use these services on your computer, tablet or mobile phone.

Unlike traditional lottery games, Lottery Online lets you purchase tickets and play at any time of the day or night. You can choose the numbers yourself or have the site do it for you (via quick pick options). The website will also publish previous results and give you information about jackpots.

When you win, Lottery Online will usually transfer the money directly to your bank account. However, if the amount is larger than a certain minimum, you may have to go to your local lottery office to claim it. You can even hire someone to do it for you, though this will cost a bit more.

New Hampshire became the latest state to allow online lottery sales in September 2017. Its multi-state lottery games include Powerball and Mega Millions, and players can also choose local draw games like Lucky for Life. In addition, the site offers a number of online instant-win games from NeoPollard Interactive.

Pennsylvania, meanwhile, updated its gambling laws in October 2017 to permit online lottery games. Its iLottery interactive offerings are similar to casino games and feature jackpots that can reach a quarter of a million dollars.