It’s the perfect photo opportunity to snap with friends and family, or take a group photo with a loved one.
But if you’re looking for something a little more luxurious, here are 10 things you need to know about the $5 Million Holiday Lottery tickets, which come in a variety of designs.1.
How much does it cost?$5 million, which is about $2 million for a family of four, will give you access to a casino, a restaurant, a hotel and the best of the state’s best attractions.
It also gives you a choice of a variety different games and a prize of $1 million.2.
How do I get tickets?
You can buy lottery tickets online, by calling 1-800-5-LUCKY (1-800) 4-LUCAS (1/800-487-3672) or online at www.lottery.gov/buy.
You can also purchase them at participating stores, including Target, Walmart and Dollar General.3.
What is a lottery ticket?
A lottery ticket is a digital ticket with a digital code that gives you the chance to win a prize.
The ticket can be redeemed for any number of items, such as cash, food or gift cards.4.
How does it work?
The first person to complete the form will receive a lottery prize.
This includes a number of different prizes ranging from $500 to $10 million.
The first person who gets a ticket wins the prize.
If you don’t receive a ticket by May 1, you can still redeem your prize by visiting a participating store and filling out the form to claim the prize online.5.
What if I don’t want to pay for tickets?
If you’re not able to afford the ticket, you’re still able to play the lottery.
You’ll need to send the lottery number to a lottery office to redeem your ticket online.
The office will then contact you via phone to confirm the number.6.
Do I need to pay taxes on lottery tickets?
Yes, you will need to report any taxes paid on lottery winnings to the state of Michigan, which will issue you a tax identification number (TIN) to collect on the prize if you qualify for it.
The lottery can collect taxes from you up to $1,000 per prize.
If you have an annual income exceeding $25,000, you may be able to claim a $1 credit on the TIN if you have not previously paid taxes on that amount.7.
Is the lottery going to be a big hit?
Lottery revenue has grown from $2.6 million in 2009 to $5.2 million in 2016, and the jackpot was worth an estimated $15.6 billion last year.8.
Will it make my life easier?
The lottery will allow you to earn points at the participating stores for purchases made with cash, gift cards or a combination of cash and gift cards, but there are no plans to add loyalty cards to the lottery or to give consumers a chance to get rewards.
The games and prizes are being designed to appeal to a broad audience, including adults who like to gamble and families who want to spend money.9.
Will the lottery be online?
The state lottery website will be online starting this weekend, but the state lottery is only offering lottery tickets to residents of the city of Flint.
If anyone wants to go to the games, they must register online.10.
Can I redeem my prize online?
You may be eligible for a cash or gift card prize, but you won’t be able use those to pay the ticket’s price.