Win Lotto in Thailand

Originally, the Thai Lottery was organized by the Government Revenue Department. It was created as a means of collecting funds to help Thailand cope with the economic hardships of World War I. In 1932, the lottery was used to raise funds for social benefits. After a 10-year hiatus, the lottery resumed in 1934.

The lottery has been legalized by law for almost a century, but it has also been protested as a symbol of political corruption. The first draw of the lottery was made on the birthday of King Chulalongkorn in 1874. It has been a popular pastime among Thais, who love the thrill of a flutter.

The lottery is held on two occasions per month. The first draw usually occurs on the first day of the month, while the second draw occurs on the sixteenth. The results are released around 5 pm on the lottery dates. Unlike other lotteries, the Thai national lottery is not based on a record of results.

เลขนกตาทิพย์ is administered by the Government Lottery Office (GLO). There are more than 35,000 vendors who sell tickets. These vendors are required to be at least 20 years of age. The government lottery office has plans to computerize the lottery services.

Tickets can be purchased at various locations throughout Thailand. The smallest prize is B1,000, which is awarded to 10,000 lucky ticket owners. The third prize is 40,000 baht. There are 100 prizes available.

The lottery is also a good way to support charities. The Thai Red Cross and Thai Charity Lottery use the lottery funds to help meet their expenses.