Win Lotto in Thailand

Founded on King Chulalongkorn’s birthday in 1874, Thailand’s official national lottery is one of the only two forms of gambling that are legal in the country. เลขนกตาทิพย์ is drawn twice a month and is followed by horse racing in Bangkok.

หวยนกตาทิพย์ love the thrill of a flutter. As a result, 70% of the country’s population gambles regularly. Despite the government’s ban on gambling, illegal operators have created a lucrative business.

Tickets are sold through lottery agents and retailers. Each ticket is sold for 80 baht. Tickets are coated with chemicals to make them stain-resistant. Tickets are also sold in pairs. The tickets feature six-digit numbers printed on special yellow paper. They are also covered with a two-tone watermark. The special paper is printed with silk thread. The silk thread is visible with the naked eye and under ultra-violet light.

The Thai Lottery is a state-run entity. It is administered by the Government Lottery Office (GLO) and draws on two dates every month. The drawings are broadcast live on TV. They take place at the GLO head office in Nonthaburi.

A Thai ID card or passport is required to claim a prize. All winnings must be presented in a claim form along with a winning ticket. Stamp duty is applicable on all winnings.

Tickets are sold at more than 35,000 registered lottery vendors across the country. The ticket price rises over the years. The number of lottery tickets sold per year has also increased.