(1)Price — Clerk-Operated Terminal: The price of a ticket for a single drawing purchased through a clerk-operated terminal shall range from a minimum of $1.00 to a maximum of $7.00 in $.50 increments.
(2)Price — Player-Operated Terminal: The price of a ticket for a single drawing purchased through a player-operated terminal shall range from a minimum of $1.00 to a maximum of $7.00 in $1.00 increments. When a player requests a Quick Pick from a player-operated terminal the only wager possible is $1.00.
(3)Tickets for Multiple Drawings: A player may purchase a ticket for a single drawing or for future consecutive drawings up to the maximum permitted by the Lottery. The price of a ticket is determined by multiplying the number of drawings in which the ticket will be played by the total wager for each drawing. The minimum ticket price for a ticket containing consecutive drawings is $2.00 ($1 x 2 consecutive drawings = $2). A game slip indicating a price of less than $1.00 or a price greater than that permitted by the Lottery shall be automatically rejected by the terminal.
(4)Whole Dollar Amounts: Notwithstanding sections (1) through (3) of this rule, the price of a ticket for consecutive drawings purchased through a player-operated terminal must be in whole dollar amounts. For example, a $1.50 wager placed for two consecutive drawings is permitted because it equals a $3.00 total game play wager. A $1.50 wager placed for three consecutive drawings is not permitted because it equals a $4.50 total game play wager.
Rule 177-081-0020 — Price,