Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the Big Game States?
- New Jersey
- What are the Power Ball States?
The following states participate in Power Ball:
- District of Columbia
- New Hampshire
- New Mexico
- Rhode Island
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
- How do I play the contest on the Pick Your Numbers Page?
There currently is no contest on that uses our number generator. The number generator is only a tool for picking numbers.
- Where do I file complaints about my state's lottery?
You should direct any complaints, comments, etc. to your state's lottery commission. The best way to learn how to contact them is by visiting the official web site for that lottery. We provide links to the official sites at: Click Here for Links to State Lottery Sites
- Isn't AllLotto.com my state's official site?
No, AllLotto.com is not the official site for any state lottery. We do hope that you will make us your official site!
- How Far Back do the Archives Go?
AllLotto.com has archieved data for most games as far back as April of 1998. Unfortunately, some game archives are less complete. Our archive page will say if there aren't any results for a particular month or game.
- Can I Buy Lottery Tickets Online?
No, federal law prevents sale of lottery tickets across state lines. While it would be legal for a state to sell to it's own residents online, it is not currently happening.
- Can I Buy Lottery Tickets via the Mail?
If you live within the state where you wish to buy tickets, you might be able to. Virginia, for example sells subscriptions, via the US Mail, to residents of the state. Unfortunately, federal law prevents selling lottery tickets across state lines. So, if you want tickets from an out of state lottery, you must visit that state to buy the tickets.