Financial Future With the Lottery Win for Life Game Satta Matka
Want to ensure your financial future while still doing charitable works? Then why not try your luck with the VA Lottery Win for Life lotto game? If you win the grand prize, you’ll receive $1,000 a week, with a guaranteed payoff of at least ten years. And one-third of total lottery sales go towards supplementing funding for state public education from Kindergarten to the 12th grade. In fiscal year 2010, this amounted to $430 million. And you have two opportunities a week to win, as Win for Life draws are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
How do you play VA Lottery Win for Life game? Pick six numbers from one to 42 in the play area of the playslip or ask the computer to pick numbers for you using the Easy Pick option; each play costs $1. You can also choose the multi-draw option which allows you to play for up to 26 consecutive drawings on one ticket, starting with the next draw, as well as the Future option that allows you to play for any scheduled future draws and Repeat, which lets you repeat your play for more than one ticket. And you can ensure that you’ll never miss a draw by playing Win for Life through a three month (26 draws), six month (52 draws) or one year (104 draws) subscription that you can buy or renew online. You can even give away subscriptions as gifts to friends and loved ones.
During the draw, six winning numbers are drawn plus a seventh Free Ball number. Satta 786 You win the grand prize if your numbers match all the winning numbers. If you match five numbers plus the Free Ball number, you win $1,000 for a year or $52,000. You can also win minor prizes ranging from $600 to $2 depending on how many numbers you match and whether they include the Free Ball number. If you have a winning ticket, make sure you sign it immediately since it is as good as cash. Once you sign the ticket, it represents proof of ownership and no one else can claim your prize.
If you’ve won the grand prize, you can visit any of the Virginia Lottery Customer Service centers or the main Lottery Headquarters at Main Street in downtown Richmond. Or you can claim your winnings by mail by sending your signed ticket to the Virginia Lottery Claims office using certified or registered mail for your own protection. Minor prizes can also be claimed at Virginia Lottery Prize Zones located in Lottery offices. Be sure to bring at least two photo IDs and proof of your Social Security number. Prize checks can be cashed at any Bank of America branch. If you’re a subscriber and you win the grand prize, however, a representative from the Virginia Lottery office will contact you with instructions as to how to claim your prize. For the secondary prizes ranging from $52,000 to $30, a check for the amount you’ve won will be sent to you within three weeks of the winning draw. For $2 prizes, however, a check for the total amount you’ve won will be mailed to you at the end of your subscription.