Rhode Island iLottery Terms and Conditions
Updated: September 7, 2021
- Use of the Rhode Island iLottery Application, Website and Materials
- geolocation requirements
- Purchases/Win/Prize Claims
- Payment methods
- Actions the Rhode Island Lottery Can Take
- Notices and changes to these terms and conditions
- Additional Terms
- Links and Third Parties
- Comments and other submissions
- use of information
- Ownership of Intellectual Property
- Disclaimers and Limitation of Liability
- Applicable law
- Internet Privacy and Security
- Potential interruption of services
- Contact Rhode Island iLottery Player Support
Download age restriction- You must be eighteen (18) years of age or older to download the Rhode Island iLottery Application and/or use the Website. Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully before using the Rhode Island iLottery application and/or website.
Meanings- For purposes of these Terms and Conditions, the "Rhode Island iLottery Application and/or Website" means the Lotteries Division of the Rhode Island Department of Revenue, including its agents, contractors and any parties involved in creating, producing or delivering the application Rhode Island iLottery and/or website on behalf of the Rhode Island Lottery, including, but not limited to, IGT Global Solutions Corporation and its successors and assigns.
For purposes of these Terms and Conditions, "iLottery Account" means a Rhode Island iLottery Account opened by a player.
For purposes of these Terms and Conditions, "you" and "your" means each person, group of individuals, entity or entities using the Rhode Island iLottery Application and/or Website to purchase lottery products through the Rhode Island Application iLottery and/or website.
For purposes of these Terms and Conditions, "Services" means all services, functions and features provided by the Rhode Island iLottery Application and/or Website as described in these Terms and Conditions.
For the purposes of these Terms and Conditions, "Online" refers to using the Internet or any other means of accessing the Services.
Purchase age restriction– Lottery purchases using the Rhode Island iLottery application and/or website are strictly limited to persons who are at least eighteen (18) years of age. By submitting your application for an iLottery account, you consent to the use of any age and identity verification technology or method that the Rhode Island Lottery deems appropriate. You may be required to show additional evidence of your age and identification, provide copies of documents and/or appear in person at the Rhode Island Lottery Headquarters. The Rhode Island Lottery does not guarantee that our age and identity verification technology and methods will be able to locate all persons' records. Your application for an iLottery account will be denied if your age and identity cannot be verified. The Rhode Island Lottery is not responsible for any damages or losses resulting from your refusal of entry.
Ways to Deposit- You must have an iLottery account to purchase Rhode Island iLottery products using the app and/or website. All purchases are made against funds in your iLottery account, and any prize payouts of five hundred and ninety-nine dollars and ninety-nine cents ($599.99) or less will be credited to the same iLottery account used to fund the original purchase . Players can register on the mobile app and/or website with deposits to the iLottery account via Automated Clearinghouse (ACH) or debit card. Purchases can be made up to the amount loaded into the iLottery account and within established limits.
location requirements– You must be physically located within the geographic boundaries of the state of Rhode Island to use the services of the Rhode Island iLottery application and/or website. Any deposit of funds, ticket purchase, or attempt to deposit or withdraw funds through the Services while physically located outside of Rhode Island is strictly prohibited and may violate state or federal law. You understand and agree that any ticket purchased while physically located outside of Rhode Island is void and that you waive any claim to a prize or portion of a prize you may have won. If it is determined that you made a deposit or purchased a ticket through the Services while located outside of Rhode Island, the Rhode Island Lottery reserves the right to deem your deposit invalid, purchase invalid, refuse to award a prize , claim a prize that has been won, close your iLottery account and escalate the matter to law enforcement, where applicable.
Use by iLottery counter- Access and use of your iLottery account is strictly limited to you as a registered and authorized user. Accordingly, you must not share your username and/or password with anyone. Before making a purchase using the Rhode Island iLottery application and/or website, you must check a box certifying that you are (1) the authorized and registered user of the iLottery account, and (2) at least eighteen (18) years of age. . Those who fail to comply will be subject to the Rhode Island iLottery Rules and Regulations regarding games and prizes, as well as the law of the State of Rhode Island. You are prohibited from opening more than one (1) iLottery Account.
right of withdrawal- The Rhode Island Lottery reserves the right to terminate, suspend or cancel any iLottery account for suspected fraud of any kind, any purchase or attempted purchase of selected lottery products by anyone under the age of eighteen (18) and/or violations of any applicable rules, regulations, state or federal laws.
If a purchase is determined to have been made by an individual under the age of eighteen (18), by someone other than the registered owner of the iLottery account, or by any other fraudulent or illegal means, such purchase will be subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Rhode Island iLottery, as well as state and federal laws.
Responsible gaming exclusions– You may temporarily or permanently exclude yourself from the use of your iLottery account through the Rhode Island iLottery responsible gaming tools or by contacting the Rhode Island iLottery Player Support Line at 800-288-2485. During deletion, you will not be able to log into your iLottery account to participate in iLottery activities. You understand and agree that the Rhode Island Lottery may temporarily or permanently restrict access to your iLottery Account if the Lottery deems it necessary to promote responsible gaming. A deletion cannot be reversed and you cannot open more than one (1) iLottery Account. After the expiry of an exclusion period, you will be asked to manually reactivate your iLottery account; and your deposit limit may be lowered. During the exclusion period, the Rhode Island Lottery will not directly send any iLottery marketing materials to you.
Personal information- The Rhode Island Lottery encourages registered players to ensure that persons under the age of eighteen (18) do not have access to personally identifiable information (PII) that could be used to open an iLottery account and/or make a lottery purchase . using the Rhode Island iLottery app and/or website. For purposes of these Terms and Conditions, PII means information about a natural person that is readily identifiable to that specific individual. In this case, PII includes, but is not limited to, an individual's name, address, telephone number, date of birth, password information and any other information used to identify an individual as the registered owner of the Rhode Island iLottery account. A domain name or Internet Protocol address is not considered PII.
Agreement to Fulfill- These Terms and Conditions are a legally binding agreement between you and the Rhode Island Lottery. By using the Rhode Island iLottery application and/or website, you agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions.
Changes to the Terms and Conditions- The Rhode Island Lottery may change these Terms and Conditions at any time without notice by posting the changes on the Rhode Island iLottery Application and/or Website. The Rhode Island Lottery encourages you to review these Terms and Conditions from time to time. Your continued use of the Rhode Island iLottery application and/or website following the posting of any changes will signify your acceptance of the revised Terms and Conditions.
If you do not agree to these Terms and Conditions, you must immediately stop using the Rhode Island iLottery application and/or website.
2. Use of the Rhode Island iLottery Application and/or Website and Material
The Lottery reserves the right to:
change or remove (temporarily or permanently) the website or any part thereof without prior notice and you confirm that Lottery will not be liable to you for such change or removal; It is
change, remove or discontinue any software, service or promotion as advertised on this website at any time without notice and you confirm that Lottery will not be liable for any such change or removal.
3. Geolocation requirements
geolocation technology– The Rhode Island lottery uses a variety of geolocation technologies and methods to verify your location. Any use of software or other methods designed to provide a false location is prohibited and may violate state or federal law. The Rhode Island Lottery does not guarantee that our geolocation technology will verify the location of every person physically located in Rhode Island. If the Rhode Island lottery cannot verify that you are physically located in Rhode Island, your access will be blocked; and you are prohibited from making deposits, withdrawals or purchasing any iLottery tickets through the Services. The Rhode Island Lottery is not responsible for any damages or losses resulting from your ability to access or make a purchase on the Service.
Default location check– By registering for and using an iLottery Account or the Services, you agree to have your location verified by the Rhode Island Lottery's standard geolocation check. The Rhode Island Lottery's standard location check is automatically activated whenever you attempt to log into your iLottery account and use the Services. Your location will not be verified after you are no longer using the Services.
mobile location service– In some cases, your location may need to be verified via browser location services. Your location will only be obtained from the browser with your additional consent. If verification via your browser is required, an interactive message will appear when you attempt to deposit funds into your iLottery account or purchase an iLottery ticket via the Services. To consent and accept the browser's location service, press the "Allow" button in the interactive message.
location privacy– Your privacy is extremely important to the Rhode Island lottery. Information relating to your location and/or the location of your mobile device may be shared with Rhode Island Lottery contractors, subcontractors, affiliates and other third parties for a variety of reasons, including but not limited to (1) providing the product, services, or transaction you requested, (2) legal purposes, and (3) marketing purposes. Due to Rhode Island lottery prize claim requirements, a record confirming your location at the time of purchase may be retained for at least twelve (12) months.
4. Purchases/Win/Prize Claims
Registered Players– You are required to sign up for an iLottery account in order to make a lottery purchase using the Rhode Island iLottery app and/or website. The amount of purchases you are permitted to make may be subject to limitations established by the Rhode Island Lottery. At any given time, you may maintain only one (1) iLottery Account.
shopping– Initiating any purchase through these Services constitutes your consent to deduct the cost of that purchase from your iLottery Account. Purchases will first be deducted from funds deposited into your iLottery account. If no funds are deposited, purchases will be deducted from any winnings in your iLottery account. The Rhode Island Lottery does not guarantee the timeliness of any purchase and reserves the right to refuse any attempted purchase for any reason. The Rhode Island Lottery is not responsible for any damages or losses resulting from any delay or denial of processing a purchase.
Sales are final– You are solely responsible for ensuring that you have selected the correct iLottery game and all options related to that game, including but not limited to game ticket, number of tickets, price of tickets and numbers played. All sales are final and purchases made in error will not be refunded. The Rhode Island Lottery is not responsible for any damages or losses resulting from any error you make in selecting your purchase.
Games Offered– The Rhode Island Lottery does not guarantee that any specific Rhode Island iLottery game will be offered through these Services. The Rhode Island Lottery may limit purchases of any game, ticket and/or bet to a particular set of numbers at any time and without notice. The Rhode Island Lottery is not responsible for any damages or losses resulting from any purchase limitations or game cancellations.
game disputes– All tickets, transactions and claims are subject to the Rhode Island Lottery Rules and Regulations, directives, state and federal laws, and any amendments thereto. Printouts, photographs, screenshots and other images are not and will not be accepted as proof of purchase or result of a ticket. The only evidence of a ticket purchase or result is data contained in the Rhode Island Lottery's system which passes all security tests, including, but not limited to, verification against third party systems and transaction history. In matters involving ticket validation, the Rhode Island Lottery's determination is final. In the event of a dispute for any reason, the Rhode Island Lottery may, at its sole discretion, either substitute a disputed ticket for an unplayed ticket of equal value or refund the retail price. The Rhode Island Lottery's decision to replace or refund a ticket is the purchaser's exclusive remedy.
Bonuses and promotional offers– The Rhode Island Lottery may offer special promotional offers to players. Each promotion is subject to its own terms and conditions, to be determined by the Rhode Island lottery. Players who do not wish to receive any promotional offers should contact the iLottery Player Support Line at 800-288-2485.
Promotional offers are discretionary and players are not entitled to receive or redeem any specific offer. Promotional offers can be canceled at any time and without prior notice. If there is a discrepancy between a player's iLottery account information and a giveaway notification, the player's iLottery account information will prevail. The Rhode Island Lottery is not responsible for any damages or losses resulting from any delay, error or failure to accept or qualify for any promotional offer.
Bonuses awarded to players cannot be withdrawn.
Free games– Players may receive free games from time to time. Requirements to obtain free games will be stated by the Rhode Island Lottery and may be by logging in, playing a minimum requirement in a specific game or games, depositing a minimum requirement into your iLottery account or by other means determined by the Rhode Island Lottery. Free games have no monetary value and cannot be exchanged for real money. Free game offers may be limited to one (1) game and cannot be changed by the player. The denomination of a free game cannot be changed by the player. Free games will expire as determined by the Rhode Island Lottery and will be stated in the free games offer.
free bonus money- Players can receive a fixed amount of free bonus money or a percentage of free bonus money based on Rhode Island Lottery requirements such as making a deposit or logging in. Free bonus money has no cash value and cannot be withdrawn. Free bonus money requirements and explanation will be included in the offer.
promo codes– Some players may receive a promo code, which will entitle them to free games or free cash bonuses when creating an iLottery account or making a deposit. Promo codes are limited to one (1) use per player and may expire at any time. Each promotional code will have its own terms and conditions as determined by the Rhode Island lottery.
Prize Claims– Subject to these Terms and Conditions and all applicable state and federal laws, prizes earned through the Services may be claimed as follows:
- winnings of five hundred and ninety-nine dollars and ninety-nine cents ($599.99) or less are automatically deposited into your iLottery account; It is
- prizes of six hundred dollars ($600.00) and greater must be claimed in person at the Rhode Island Lottery Headquarters.
Prior to the payment of any prize, the Rhode Island Lottery may require you to provide additional information, provide copies of documents, or appear in person at the Rhode Island Lottery Headquarters. The Rhode Island Lottery may change methods available for claiming a prize at any time and without notice. If the Rhode Island Lottery suspects any illegal conduct or violation of these Terms and Conditions, the Rhode Island Lottery may withhold payment of a prize pending the conclusion of an investigation. You agree to cooperate with the Rhode Island Lottery in any investigation. The Rhode Island Lottery does not guarantee the payment of a prize within a specific time period. The Rhode Island Lottery is not responsible for any damages or losses resulting from any delay in the payment of a prize.
Tax Obligations– A lottery prize is considered income and a taxable event when claimed or received. The Rhode Island Lottery reports all winnings of six hundred dollars ($600.00) or more to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). A Form W-2G is generated for all awards of six hundred dollars ($600.00) or more. The Rhode Island Lottery is required to withhold state and federal taxes on all winnings over five thousand dollars ($5,000.00). These withholdings are estimates only and do not necessarily satisfy a player's tax liability.
security hold– Withholding refers to the process whereby a person or entity that makes payments to you must, under certain conditions, withhold and pay a percentage of those payments to the IRS. Your prize may be subject to security withholding if you fail to provide us with your correct Social Security Number, fail to certify your Social Security Number when required, the IRS notifies the Rhode Island Lottery that you provided an incorrect Social Security Number, or IRS notifies you that you are subject to withholding tax because you failed to report all of your interest and dividends on your tax return; or you do not certify to us that you are not subject to withholding tax. For more information, visit the IRS website atwww.irs.gov.
complaining personally– If you are asked to claim a prize in person at the Rhode Island lottery, you will need to provide valid government-issued photo identification and proof of your social security number.
Interception of iLottery winnings– Prior to paying any prize of six hundred dollars ($600.00) or more, Rhode Island General Laws § 42-61-7.1 and 42-61-7.2 require the Rhode Island Lottery to check for child support delay, overpayment of benefits and unpaid taxes. If such debts exist, the Rhode Island Lottery is legally obligated to match its prize for the amount of the debt. If you believe that prize money has been withheld for a debt that has already been paid, it is your responsibility to contact the appropriate agency reporting the debt and request a refund. The Rhode Island Lottery is not responsible for any damages or losses resulting from any compensation of a prize for the payment of a debt.
Failure to claim a prize– A prize must be claimed within one (1) year of the draw date in the case of iKeno and within one (1) year of the announced end of a specific eInstant game.
earnings- By opening an iLottery account, you are authorizing the Rhode Island Lottery to deposit your winnings of five hundred and ninety-nine dollars and ninety-nine cents (US$599.99) or less into your iLottery account.
You may use winnings deposited into your iLottery account to make lottery purchases using the Rhode Island iLottery app and/or website. As long as the funds remain in the eWallet, only lottery purchases are supported; but you can withdraw and transfer your earnings to your bank account via an Automated Clearing House (ACH) transaction and use the earnings as you wish.
Winner Information– If you win a prize of one hundred dollars (US$100.00) or more, you understand and agree that the Rhode Island Lottery may use your first name, city or county, and prize amount for promotional, advertising and/or publicity purposes. or advertisers. You understand and agree that the Rhode Island Lottery may freely use, reproduce and display the information in whole or in part, alone or in conjunction with other information, through any and all forms of media, in any manner, in any place. , in perpetuity and without restriction, reservation or limitation.
iLottery Account Funding Limits– There are limits on the amount you can deposit into your iLottery account during a certain period of time. The Rhode Island Lottery reserves the right to change these limits at any time. You have the option to set lower or higher limits by logging into your iLottery account and going to "My Limits". If you set lower limits, for example, from one hundred dollars ($100.00) to fifty dollars ($50.00), this change will take effect immediately. If you increase your limits, for example, from Fifty Dollars ($50.00) to One Hundred Dollars ($100.00), there will be a twenty-four (24) hour waiting period before this change takes effect. . Individual limits may not exceed the limits established by the Rhode Island Lottery. Deposited winnings do not count towards this deposit limit.
game limits– There are limits on the amount you can buy using your iLottery account during a given period. The Rhode Island Lottery reserves the right to change these limits at any time. You have the option to set lower limits by logging into your iLottery account and going to "My Limits". If you set lower limits, this change will take effect immediately. If you set higher limits, there will be a twenty-four (24) hour waiting period before the change takes effect. Individual limits may not exceed the limits established by the Rhode Island Lottery.
Deposit Transfer– Unless required by law, funds deposited into your iLottery account cannot be transferred to another account. You agree that you will not attempt to deny, reverse, reverse, recredit, block or attempt to invalidate, recover or deny receipt of a deposit by the Rhode Island Lottery. You authorize the Rhode Island Lottery to withhold and collect any amount due to the Rhode Island Lottery as a result of such fees or penalties from your deposits or winnings. The Rhode Island Lottery reserves the right to seek any other means to recover such losses. Any player deposit and/or bonus offered by the Rhode Island Lottery is non-cashable unless required by law. Any purchases made against funds, which are subsequently charged or otherwise voided, may be cancelled.
iLottery account structure, deposit insurance– Funds in your iLottery account (deposits and winnings) will be segregated from Rhode Island lottery funds. Neither party, including the Rhode Island Lottery, will use your funds for any purpose other than payment of winnings. All funds are insured by the FDIC and are held for payouts to players. Any funds in an iLottery Account are subject to the Abandoned Ownership provisions described below.
closing your account– You can close your iLottery account at any time by calling the iLottery player support line at 800-288-2485. You may be asked to provide certain information to verify your identity before closing your iLottery account. You are responsible for paying any outstanding balance due on your iLottery Account. The Rhode Island Lottery does not guarantee a specific time at which your iLottery account will be closed.
5. Payment Methods
Funding your iLottery account– The Rhode Island Lottery wants to make the Rhode Island iLottery App and/or Website a convenient way for you to make lottery purchases. Upon initial activation, the Rhode Island Lottery allows you to deposit funds into your iLottery account using additional deposits via ACH, debit card or from winnings deposited into your iLottery account. You may be required to provide certain financial account information in order to fund your iLottery account, including, but not limited to, your bank account number, routing number, debit card account information, etc.
Third-party transaction fees and penalties– You agree to comply with all applicable terms and conditions required by your financial institution or payment processor. You are solely responsible for any transaction fees or penalties of any kind imposed by any financial institution, payment processor or other third party associated with the processing of your transaction. You are obligated to reimburse the Rhode Island Lottery for any losses incurred as a result of any transaction fees or penalties of any kind associated with your transaction. You authorize the Rhode Island Lottery to withhold and collect any amount due to the Rhode Island Lottery as a result of such fees or penalties from your deposits or winnings. The Rhode Island Lottery reserves the right to seek any other means to recover such losses.
Authority– By providing a valid Rhode Island lottery payment method, you confirm that you are authorized to use that payment method. By funding a transaction, you authorize the Rhode Island Lottery (and Rhode Island Lottery's designated payment processor) to charge the full amount to the payment method you designate for the transaction.
By initiating a deposit, you represent and warrant that:
- understand that funds deposited into your iLottery account cannot be withdrawn or refunded unless required by law;
- have authority to use the source and method of payment you select;
- are not depositing funds derived from any fraudulent or illegal source;
- will not attempt to reverse, reverse, block, cancel or in any way attempt to prevent the Rhode Island Lottery from receiving the deposit;
- as a Registered Player, you consent to the Rhode Island Lottery sharing your personal information with any third parties that the Rhode Island Lottery uses to process your requested deposit; It is
- as a Registered Player, you consent to the Rhode Island Lottery conducting any background checks or investigations that the Rhode Island Lottery deems necessary to ensure that your source and method of payment are authorized.
The Rhode Island Lottery is under no obligation to review your authority to use a payment source or method and is entitled to assume that you have authority. The Rhode Island Lottery may require you to provide additional information and provide copies of documents if necessary. The Rhode Island Lottery does not guarantee that a deposit will be processed and made available in any particular time period. The Rhode Island Lottery does not guarantee that a deposit will be error free. The Rhode Island Lottery reserves the right to deny any deposit at any time and without notice. The Rhode Island Lottery is not responsible for any damages or losses resulting from any delay, denial or error in processing a deposit.
Disputes -Any dispute arising out of or relating to the Services with respect to Global Payments, its Service Providers (including, but not limited to, Certegy) or any of their affiliates, shall be ultimately resolved by arbitration administered by the American Arbitration Association under its Rules of Commercial Arbitration, and judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court of competent jurisdiction. The arbitration will be conducted in the English language in accordance with United States Arbitration Law. There will be 1 (one) arbitrator, appointed in accordance with such rules. The arbitrator will decide the dispute in accordance with the substantive law of the State of Rhode Island. The arbitrator's award shall be accompanied by a statement of the reasons on which the award is based. Any arbitration arising out of the Services shall proceed solely on an individual basis, without the right for any claims to be arbitrated in a class action or involving claims brought in a purported representative capacity on behalf of others. Claims cannot be joined or consolidated unless agreed to in writing by all parties. No award or decision shall have any preclusive effect on issues or claims in any dispute with any person other than a named party to the arbitration.
Authorization- You expressly authorize Global Payments, its Service Providers (including, but not limited to, Certegy) and their affiliates to contact you, via autodial, pre-recorded messages or any other method, in any of your cell phone numbers or emails. You also acknowledge that the email addresses provided are not shared or accessed by others and are not employer related email addresses.
6. Actions the Rhode Island Lottery Can Take
surveys– By registering and using the iLottery Account, you acknowledge and agree that the Rhode Island Lottery may ask any questions the Rhode Island Lottery deems necessary, directly or through third parties, about your identity.
information sharing– The Rhode Island Lottery may contact your financial institution, law enforcement or affected third parties (including other users) and share details of any payments or transactions associated with your iLottery account and the purchase of iLottery products if the Rhode Island Lottery believes who is doing so can prevent financial loss or a violation of law.
abandoned property– If there is no activity on your iLottery Account for a period of three (3) years, the funds in the iLottery Account will be considered abandoned pursuant to Chapter 33-21.1 of the General Laws of the State of Rhode Island (see Rhode Island General Statutes Island 33- 21.1 et seq.); and the Rhode Island Lottery will process your balance in accordance with its obligations under Rhode Island law. After the Rhode Island Lottery transfers the funds to the Rhode Island Office of the Treasurer General, the Rhode Island Lottery will have no further liability to you for the funds; and you must contact the Rhode Island Office of the Treasurer General to retrieve your funds.
7. Notices and Changes to these Terms and Conditions
notice for you– By registering for an iLottery account, you agree that the Rhode Island Lottery may communicate with you electronically to provide any important information regarding your purchases or your iLottery account. The Rhode Island Lottery may also provide notices to you by posting them on the iLottery app and/or website, or by sending them to an email address or address that you previously provided to the Rhode Island Lottery. Email notices from the iLottery Application and/or the Rhode Island Website will be deemed received by you within twenty-four (24) hours of the time posted or submitted; postal mail notices will be deemed received within five (5) business days of the date sent.
Aviso at Rhode Island lottery– Unless otherwise stated, you must provide notices relating to your iLottery Account by calling the iLottery Player Support Line at 800-288-2485.
Change guidelines– The Rhode Island Lottery may update these Terms and Conditions at any time without notice as the Rhode Island Lottery deems necessary to the maximum extent permitted by law. The Terms and Conditions in effect at the time you confirm a transaction will govern that transaction.
8. Additional Terms
Courtesy Translations– These Terms and Conditions are written in English (United States). To the extent that any translated version of these Terms and Conditions conflicts with the English version, the English version will prevail.
email practices– By creating an iLottery account, you acknowledge and agree that the Rhode Island Lottery may send you emails containing information about Rhode Island Lottery products such as games and promotions.
In most cases, the Lottery will allow you to opt-in to any or all of these communications by updating your notification preferences in your "VIP Club" profile on the Site. You can also unsubscribe or request that the Lottery deactivate your account.
Text messages (short code, SMS and MMS):You can also enable the text messaging service by updating your "VIP Club" notification preferences. The Rhode Island Lottery will send you a message to confirm your entry. Data and messaging fees may apply. Message frequency varies by usage. Text "HELP" for help. Type "STOP" to cancel.
If at any time you forget which keywords are supported, simply text "HELP" to 84399 for instructions on how to use the service and how to unsubscribe.
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T-Mobile is not responsible for delayed or undelivered messages.
If you have any questions about your text plan or data plan, it's best to contact your wireless provider.
For all questions about the services provided by this shortcode, you can send an email topromoções@rilot.comor call 1-833-486-7170.
9. Links and Third Parties
third party websites– The Rhode Island iLottery app and/or website may contain links to third party websites. These links are provided only as a convenience to you. If you click on any of these links, you will leave the Rhode Island iLottery application and/or website. The Rhode Island Lottery does not control and is not responsible for any third party websites or their content. Therefore, the Rhode Island Lottery cannot endorse or make any representations about third party websites or any information, products or materials found on them. If you access any of the third party websites linked to the Rhode Island iLottery website and/or application, you do so entirely at your own risk.
10. Comments and other contributions
Ownership of comments/suggestions– The Rhode Island Lottery may claim ownership of any comments or suggestions you submit to the Rhode Island Lottery. By submitting a comment or suggestion or any other material to the Rhode Island iLottery application and/or website, such as through the "Contact Rhode Island Lottery" section, you authorize and grant the Rhode Island Lottery the non-exclusive and the license to use, display, reproduce, modify and distribute the comment, suggestion or material, in whole or in part, anywhere in perpetuity in any and all media, alone or together, or as part of any material from any kind or nature. Without limiting any of the foregoing, the Rhode Island Lottery shall have a non-exclusive right and license to use, copy, display, perform, distribute, modify and reformat the comment, suggestion or material in any manner that the Rhode Island Lottery can determine. You waive any claim for compensation for such right or license. By submitting a comment, suggestion or material, you represent and warrant to the Rhode Island Lottery that you have all necessary rights in all comments, suggestions or materials provided and all information contained therein, and that such comments, suggestions, or materials will not infringe any proprietary rights or other rights of any third party or contain any libelous, unlawful or otherwise unlawful information.
11. Use of Information
Use of information –O The Rhode Island Lottery may use information about your use of the Rhode Island iLottery app and/or website, our services and technical information, including about your device or where you are accessing the Rhode Island iLottery app and/or website, to optimize our Services. and to improve the Rhode Island iLottery application and/or website, games, services, direct and indirect marketing, advertising, player relationships, behavior profiling, experiences and/or any other uses permitted by law.
12. Ownership of Intellectual Property
Intellectual property– The Rhode Island Lottery and licensors (and each of their respective successors and assigns) own the copyrights, trademarks, service marks and trade dress rights in all materials and content displayed on the Rhode Island App and/or Website iLottery and/or website (collectively referred to as "Intellectual Property"). You may not reproduce, modify, create derivative works from, display, frame, perform, publish, distribute, disseminate, transmit, broadcast or circulate such materials or content to any third party (including displaying or distributing the Intellectual Property using a third-party website). without the prior written consent of the Rhode Island Lottery and/or licensors, as applicable, other than to use the Rhode Island iLottery application and/or website for its intended purpose. The Rhode Island Lottery retains all rights not expressly granted in these Terms and Conditions.
Licensed Products -Licensed products used by the Rhode Island Lottery with permission include, but are not limited to, the following:
Powerball® and Power Play® are registered trademarks of The Multi-State Lottery Association.
Mega Millions® is a registered trademark of the Illinois State Lottery. Megaplier® is a registered trademark of the Texas State Lottery.
Lucky for Life® is a registered trademark of Lucky for Life® Lotteries.
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13. Disclaimer and Limitation of Liability
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He tries to run an insurance scam, but that goes wrong as well and he is out another $10,000. Finally he and his girlfriend figure out a way to rig the lottery to get her cousin to buy the winning ticket. Their winning numbers were: 22–70–16–9–27–07.
Some like to analyze past draws to spot any patterns, while others look to the Zodiac for the answers. Of course, no matter how you pick your lottery numbers, the draw is always totally random. While there is no method to guarantee a win (otherwise we'd all be millionaires!) there's no harm in having one, either.What is the formula for predicting the lottery numbers? ›
If the order of the lottery number matters, then each lottery number is called a permutation of numbers, and the formula we use to calculate the probability of winning the lottery when this is the case is as follows: a n P r , where nPr is the number of permutations possible of the lottery number, and. ( n − r ) ! .What numbers are the most winning numbers in the lottery? ›
However, some of the most frequently drawn numbers across a variety of lottery types are: 23, 34, 7, 5, 69, and 33. In the Powerball lottery, for example, it has been reported that the most popular numbers are 32, 41, 16, 22, 23, and 29.What are the 4 luckiest numbers? ›
The top 10 are: 11, 7, 17, 27,19, 23, 12,13, 9 and 18. So how do you pick lucky numbers? For those who use birthdays, five of the most commonly drawn numbers are more than 31, meaning they are not likely to have picked them. Another approach that is commonly used is to look for numbers that have not come up in a while.What is the luckiest 3 digit number in the world? ›
They are: 3, 7, 13, 31, 37, 43, 67, 73, 79, 127, 151, 163, 193, 211, 223, 241, 283, 307, 331, 349, 367, 409, 421, 433, 463, 487, 541, 577, 601, 613, 619, 631, 643, 673, 727, 739, 769, 787, 823, 883, 937, 991, 997, ...
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There are 12,103,014 possible combinations of the first five numbers ranging from 1 to 70. Multiply that by the 25 options for the final ball and you get 302,575,350 possible Mega Millions tickets.Is it better to pick random lottery numbers? ›
Picking your own numbers doesn't change the odds of winning. But, picking random numbers does increase the odds that if you win, no one else wins.What is the math behind winning the lottery? ›
Lottery mathematics is used to calculate probabilities of winning or losing a lottery game. It is based primarily on combinatorics, particularly the twelvefold way and combinations without replacement.
The software consists of an algorithm into which some initial value – known as a seed – is fed. Through a process of iteration, it produces a sequence of pseudo-random numbers. The seed specifies the starting point when a computer generates a random number sequence; this can be any given number.What is the probability of winning lottery problem? ›
For example, the odds of claiming the jackpot in a Powerball drawing are 1 in 292.2 million. 1 To put this in perspective, you have a: 1 in 1,222,000 chance of death or injury from lightning in a given year2. 1 in 57,825 chance of dying from a hornet, wasp, or bee sting during your lifetime.What are the top 5 luckiest numbers? ›
In the Realm of Numerology, the Five Luckiest Numbers are Considered to be 3, 7, 9, 11, and 13.Which scratch off ticket wins the most? ›
As one can see from the first table, we tried the best we could to have equal values for each of the different types of scratch-off lottery tickets. The most amount of wins came from the $1 scratch-off tickets, but that is because $1 tickets were the most common type of lottery ticket by a wide margin.What are the top 6 hot numbers for Mega Millions? ›
But some players will look at the statistics and try to choose the numbers that come up most often. According to LottoNumbers.com, the most drawn Mega Millions numbers are 31, 17, 39, 48, 4 and 10. The most drawn Mega Ball number is 3.What is the luckiest number of all time? ›
Perhaps part of the answer lies in a seminal paper published in 1956 by the psychologist George A Miller called “The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two”. Miller claims that it is more than just coincidence that the number 7 seems to be all around us.How can I increase my chances of winning the lottery? ›
Buy More Tickets
Buying more tickets might have the most significant impact on your lottery odds. It's elementary math. If each ticket has a 1 in 100,000,000 chance of hitting the lottery, then playing 100 tickets improves the odds to 1 in 1,000,000.
Since the origin of Numerology, numbers 11, 22, and 33 are considered the Master numbers. Numerologists believe that these numbers have a superior presence in the Universe.What are no 1 lucky numbers? ›
Numerology Number 1 LUCKY NUMBERS: Their most important numbers and dates are “one', “twos”, “fours” and “sevens” and all their series, such as the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 7th, 10th, 11th, 13th, 16th, 19th, 20th, 22nd, 25th, 28th, 29th and 31st.What is the success 3 digit number? ›
The largest 3 digit number is 999. [0. 5 mark]Therefore, the successor of 999 is, ⇒ 999+ 1 =1000 [0. 5 mark]The smallest 3 digit number is 100 [0.
We have the digits from 0 to 9 to fill in each of the places such that the final number is the greatest 8 digit number. Hence, the greatest 8-digit number is 99999999.What number is most likely to be picked from 1 to 100? ›
The most random two-digit number is 37, When groups of people are polled to pick a “random number between 1 and 100”, the most commonly chosen number is 37.What are the most picked numbers between 1 and 10? ›
drum roll… 7! Almost half of all people chose numbers between 1 and 10. The second-place number was 3, followed by 8, 4, 5, 13, 9, 6, 2, and 11, to round out the top ten choices.When was the last time 666 came out in the lottery? ›
The 6-6-6 combination came up once each in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2015. The only triple to come up more during that period was 9-9-9. The number of times that 6-6-6 has been drawn — along with the publicity it receives each time — may influence players.What are good numbers for Powerball? ›
- 24: Drawn 45 times.
- 18: Drawn 42 times.
- 4: Drawn 36 times.
- 13: Drawn 34 times.
- 21: Drawn 34 times.
- 10: Drawn 33 times.
- 6: Drawn 33 times.
- 26: Drawn 33 times.
- The Powerball - $4. ...
- 1 number plus the Powerball – still $4. ...
- 2 numbers plus the Powerball - $7. ...
- 3 numbers - $7 again. ...
- 3 numbers plus the Powerball - $100. ...
- 4 numbers - $100.
Mega Millions® tickets cost $2.00 per play. Players may pick six numbers from two separate pools of numbers - five different numbers from 1 to 70 (the white balls) and one number from 1 to 25 (the gold Mega Ball) - or select Easy Pick/Quick Pick. You win the jackpot by matching all six winning numbers in a drawing.Has anyone ever won Mega Millions with quick pick? ›
$522 Million (California) A San Diego woman claimed this half-billion dollar prize on June 7, 2019. Once again, this winning ticket was a result of a Quick Pick.Do quick picks win more? ›
Winning the Powerball requires a lot of luck, but there is no evidence to suggest that optting for quick pick rather than choosing your own numbers gives you any greater chance of winning. The odds remain the same, no matter which method you choose to pick your numbers.Do quick picks win Mega Millions? ›
Which Option Is Better? The odds of winning the lottery will stay the same regardless of whether you use Quick Pick or not.
Lotteries are games of chance. Your odds of winning are determined by a number of factors, including how many winning numbers or combinations you need to get and how many people are playing the game.Why is Powerball easier to win? ›
Today, Mega Millions uses 70 white balls and 25 bonus balls, whereas Powerball uses 69 white balls and 26 bonus balls. Powerball has 292,201,338 outcomes, making it slightly easier to win than Mega Millions.Has anyone won the lottery with math? ›
Stefan Mandel is a Romanian mathematician who famously developed a method in the 1950s that would increase his chances of winning the lottery. Did it work? He won at least 14 times that it is known of. It took him several years of calculations before he achieved his first windfall.Do most lottery winners use random numbers? ›
Chances of winning the lotto between playing quick picks or selecting your own numbers are both equal. “Around 70 to 80 percent of Powerball players use Quick Pick tickets, and the same percentage of winning entries are Quick Picks,” one report said.Do most lottery winners pick random numbers? ›
In general, most jackpot winners come from quick picks, in which players opt to have the machine choose their numbers randomly rather than picking numbers themselves. For example, there have been a dozen winning Powerball tickets sold in Florida since 2009.Is the lottery truly random? ›
People don't pick randomly. There are distinct patterns in the choices they make. They play their age, their children's birthdays, even the numbers they find in a fortune cookie. With 69 balls in play (ignoring the red powerball for now), each ball has an even chance of being drawn.Which lottery has best odds? ›
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You have an 11 million-to-1 chance of dying in a plane crash and a 9 million-to-1 shot of being struck by lightning twice, for example. You're also more likely to win an Olympic medal (662,000-1), hit a hole in one in golf (12,500-1) or find a four-leaf clover (10,000-1) than you are to win the Powerball.What were the lottery numbers in the movie It Could Happen to You? ›
It Could Happen to You (1994)
Much to his wife's irritation.) The lucky $4M winning numbers? 06, 12, 16, 27, 48, 64.
In the Realm of Numerology, the Five Luckiest Numbers are Considered to be 3, 7, 9, 11, and 13.
On the Island
Looking at some of the documents Sayid found in Rousseau's camp, Hurley notices repeated notations of "4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42," the same numbers he used to win the lottery.
Based on the true story about long-married couple Jerry and Marge Selbee, who win the lottery and use the money to revive their small town. Based on the true story about long-married couple Jerry and Marge Selbee, who win the lottery and use the money to revive their small town.How do you win the lottery movie? ›
A Midwestern couple figured out how to beat the lottery. Then Hollywood called. Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening star in “Jerry and Marge Go Large.”What numbers hit the most in Powerball? ›
The most frequently appearing Powerball numbers are: 1, 26, 18, 10, 10, 2, 12, 11, 9, 6 and 20. The most common primary numbers were also released: 10, 42, 39, 28, 22, 23, 23, 32, 16, 41 and 26.What are the least common numbers in the lottery? ›
The least commonly drawn numbers are 49 and 51, each drawn 25 times. U.S.A. Mega found that 22 is the most frequently drawn Mega Ball with 32 occurrences, followed by 11 (28 times), and 9 (26 times). The numbers 10, 18 and 24 each came up 25 times. The least common Mega Ball is 8 (16 times).What is my lucky number calculator? ›
To begin with, add the digits in your birth date until you get a single-digit number. For example, if your birthday is January 28, 1992, you would add 1+2+8+1+9+9+2 to get 32. Then, you would add 3+2 to get 5. So, in this case, five would be your lucky number.What is the rarest lucky number? ›
Just as 13 is considered one of the unluckiest of all numbers, 12 is considered the rare lucky number that happens to also be even. The origins of this superstition are sketchy, but some sources suggest that 12 gained its lucky rep simply because it's so nicely divisible.