How do I contact the Pennsylvania Lottery?

The Pennsylvania Lottery 1200 Fulling Mill Road, Suite One, Middletown, PA 17057 Call: 1-800-692-7481 | More Contact Options © 2021 PA Lottery. Players Must Be 18 Years or Older. Players must be located within Pennsylvania for online play. Please Play Responsibly.

Can I play the iLottery in Pennsylvania?

However, the Pennsylvania iLottery is limited to Pennsylvania residents. What games can I play in Pennsylvania? You can purchase lottery tickets for Pick 2 (Day, Evening), Pick 3 (Day, Evening), Pick 4 (Day, Evening), Pick 5 (Day, Evening), Cash 5, Cash4Life, Treasure Hunt, Match 6, Mega Millions, and Powerball.

What are the lotteries available in Pennsylvania?

There’s a fantastic range of lotteries available in Pennsylvania with players able to check the lottery results of nine state games. In addition to this, players can also buy Mega Millions and Powerball tickets, as both of these lotteries can be played in Pennsylvania.

What is the history of the Pennsylvania Lottery?

About the Pennsylvania Lottery The Pennsylvania State Lottery was established in 1971, and the first game was held in 1972. Pennsylvania is the only state lottery that designates all its proceeds to programs that benefit older residents.

What is PA iLottery?

Pennsylvania Lottery’s official online gaming site with safe and secure play. Register to play from anywhere in PA and get started with exclusive rewards and bonuses. PA iLottery JoinLogin Play Online Games

What does the Pennsylvania Lottery do for me?

The proceeds of the Pennsylvania Lottery are used all around Pennsylvania to support programs for older Pennsylvanians. The Pennsylvania Lottery benefits older Pennsylvanians. *PA Lottery text messages are free. However, standard text messages and data rates from your carrier may apply.

Are the winning numbers on the Pennsylvania Lottery’s websites accurate?

Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the winning numbers, prize payouts and other information posted on the Pennsylvania Lottery’s websites. The official winning numbers are those selected in the respective drawings and recorded under the observation of an independent accounting firm.