In 1988, the Kentucky Lottery gained approval from voters.
By 1989, tickets were available for purchase, and on the very first day, instant game ticket sales exceeded $5 million. The state introduced Powerball in 1992 and welcomed Mega Millions in 2010.
Over the years since 1989, the Kentucky Lottery has contributed billions to the state's general fund and has also funded numerous tuition grants and scholarships.
What's the minimum age to participate in the Kentucky Lottery?
What's the timeframe to claim my lottery prizes?
Where are the proceeds from the Kentucky Lottery directed?
Which lottery games are available for play in Kentucky?
Do I need to pay taxes on Kentucky Lottery winnings?
Is it possible to keep my identity confidential if I win a lottery reward in Kentucky?
Is it possible to purchase lottery tickets ahead of time in Kentucky?
What should I do if my ticket gets damaged or goes missing?
Is it possible to buy Kentucky Lottery tickets through mail, phone, or online?