New Hampshire (NH) Lottery results and winning numbers
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About the New Hampshire Lottery
In terms of age, the lottery in New Hampshire is the oldest one. The first draws took place in 1964 setting the trend for next state lotteries which appeared later.
As you may have guessed, over the course of more than 50 years many significant changes have been introduced to keep the lotteries relevant. The one that should be mentioned is that players can purchase tickets now for a diversity of games, not just few. Consequently, many people are deeply interested in the results of every drawing and this is why a special online channel was launched some time ago.
When it comes to single-state games, you can’t find enormous jackpots. But it doesn’t mean it’s not worth having a go! Nonetheless, the key to the success of this state lottery were multi-state games ready to be played by any resident of New Hampshire. Powerball and Mega Millions are available but the fun goes even further with lotteries such as Megabucks, Weekly Grand and Hot Lotto which give away huge jackpots on a regular basis.
There was a notable win in 2010 when Frank Sullivan became the winner of over $12 million after he had bought a ticket at one of the stores in Dalton. Later, he shared a story from which we learnt that there was another winner in the past in his family. In the year of 1995, his cousin was lucky enough to win $8 million playing Megabucks. And the second cousin formed a group of $500,000 winners! That’s interesting family luck!
If you can’t manage to win jackpots, there’s another way to get cash. You can take advantage of this even if you didn’t pick any correct number. This is a service that’s usually referred to as NH Lottery Replay – it is a ground-breaking solution. The aim of this is letting players with non-winning tickets get prizes in form of vouchers and holidays. Up till now, over 600,000 prizes went to their winners.
The New Hampshire Lottery has always been a trendsetter and invented a way to promote and finance good causes concerning local communities with income contributing to the education in the state. More than $1 billion was donated in 2009 and this fact is not going to change, fortunately.