Two Types of Thai lottery tickets and Tips for 17-1-2017
There are two types of Thai lottery tickets. The first is the Thai Government Lottery (TGL) ticket. The second is the Thai Charity Lottery (TCL) ticket. These titles are printed at the upper left of each ticket. Aside from the names, the two differ only in their first prize payouts and the amount of tax to be paid on winnings. TGL tickets have a first prize of three million baht, a bonus prize of 30 million*, and are taxed at 0.5%. TCL tickets have a first prize of three million baht, a bonus prize of 22 million*, and are taxed at 1%.
Bonus prize was taken out
Bonus prize was eliminated by the government after 1 Aug 2015.
Thai lottery tickets, whether TGL or TCL, are pre-printed, include a number of anti-counterfeiting features, and can only be purchased in “ticket-pairs”. Each individual ticket is priced at 40 baht, and the ticket-pair at 80 baht. Single tickets are not sold, only ticket-pairs.
Each ticket in a ticket-pair is identical except for:
The pictograms (centre of each ticket)
Bar codes (lower right)
Unit (Thai: ชุด, rtgs: chut) numbers (2-digit numbers, lower centre. In the examples shown, “09” and “10”, and “81”, “82”). A “unit” consists of one million 40 baht tickets. Published prize amounts are honoured if the unit sells out. If it does not, prizes are reduced proportionately.
On the verso of each ticket is the schedule of prizes, ancillary information, and conditions.
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