About the North Carolina Lottery
In 2005, the North Carolina Education Lottery was sanctioned by the state legislature. Subsequently, the revenue generated from ticket sales has been dedicated to fostering education in North Carolina. This financial support spans a wide range of initiatives, extending from preschool programs to college scholarships.
Expanding its participation, the North Carolina Lottery became a part of Powerball in 2006 and subsequently joined Mega Millions in 2010. Additionally, the lottery offers a selection of its own daily draws, jackpot games, and scratch-off options.
What is the minimum age to engage in the North Carolina Lottery?
What's the duration to claim my lottery prize?
What should I do if my ticket is lost, stolen, or damaged?
Is it possible to retain anonymity if I win a lottery jackpot?
Which lottery games are accessible to play in North Carolina?
Are North Carolina Lottery winnings subject to taxes?
Is it possible to purchase lottery tickets beforehand?
How are North Carolina Lottery funds utilized?