When was the first New Jersey Lottery?
When the first New Jersey State Lottery tickets went on sale in December 1970, Gov. William T. Cahill was the first to buy one. It was a ceremonial gesture from Lottery Division officials.
How many NJ lottery winners were in the last 365 days?
Over the last 365 days to date, the New Jersey Lottery says there have been 92,726,721 winners, who’ve won a collective total of $4,783,351,129.
What area has the most lottery winners?
Indiana has been home to the most Powerball winners. With 39 winners, this represents over 10% of all jackpot winners.
Here are the 10 states with the most Powerball winners:
- Minnesota (22)
- Kentucky (18)
- Pennsylvania (18)
- Louisiana (17)
- Wisconsin (17)
- Arizona (13)
- Florida (13)
- Kansas (11)
How do you play NJ Super 50?
Super 50X – $ 10
Find a “20X” symbol, win 20 TIMES the prize shown automatically. Find a “50X” symbol, win 50 TIMES the prize shown automatically. GAME 2, GAME 3, GAME 4 and GAME 5: For each GAME, reveal 3 like amounts, win that amount. Multiply your prize by the number in the MULTIPLIER spot for that GAME.
What numbers hit the most in Pick 4?
The numbers 1-0-1-0 are one of the most popular combinations of numbers played in the Pick 4 game.
Where was the winning Cash 5 ticket sold last night?
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) – Hoosier Lottery tickets should be checked carefully, as one entry matched all five numbers in Tuesday night’s CA$H 5 jackpot drawing.
What is the tax on lottery winnings in NJ?
The withholding rates for gambling winnings paid by the New Jersey Lottery are as follows: 5% for Lottery payouts between $10,001 and $500,000; 8% for Lottery payouts over $500,000; and. 8% for Lottery payouts over $10,000, if the claimant does not provide a valid Taxpayer Identification Number.