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Mega Millions tickets cost $2.00 per play. Players may pick six numbers from two separate pools of numbers - five different numbers from 1 to 70 (the white balls) and one number from 1 to 25 (the gold Mega Ball) - or select Easy Pick/Quick Pick. You win the jackpot by matching all six winning numbers in a drawing. A play can be purchased for as little as $0.25. Select your bet type. The Numbers Game includes multiple ways to play, and you can select one or more bet types. See Odds & Prizes for more details. Select number of drawings. To play the same numbers for multiple drawings, mark the number of drawings you want. Select time of draw.

1. What is PICK 4™?
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PICK 4 is a twice-daily Draw game where players select four numbers to win prizes of $50 to $5,000!
2. How do you play PICK 4?
Select four numbers, each from 0 through 9, or mark the Quick Pick box to have the terminal randomly pick any or all of your numbers. Select the play type: Straight, Box, Straight/Box, Combo, Front Pair, Mid Pair, or Back Pair. Select the amount you want to play: $0.50 or $1 (all Straight/Box plays are $1; Combo plays are $2 to $24). Add FIREBALL® for more chances to win for double the price of your base play. FIREBALL applies to all panels. Select the draw time: midday, evening, or both. To play the same numbers for more than one draw, simply tell the retailer how many advance draws you wish to play or select the number of draws in the Advance Play section of your playslip.

Hot pants bingo game. To enter your PLAY 4 bets, give your completed playslip to the Retailer or you may use a PHD terminal. The computer processes your playslip and issues your tickets. Your Retailer will tell you the total amount. Hold on to your tickets; you'll need them if you win! To enter your PLAY 4 bets, give your completed playslip to the Retailer or you may use a PHD terminal. The computer processes your playslip and issues your tickets. Your Retailer will tell you the total amount. Hold on to your tickets; you'll need them if you win! Today I go through a winning pick 4 lottery strategy that has so far hit 5 winning numbers in the pick 4 Florida lottery in a single week. I walk through how.

3. How much do PICK 4 tickets cost?
Tickets cost $0.50 or $1 per play.
4. Where can I purchase PICK 4 tickets?
Players can purchase PICK 4 tickets at any authorized Florida Lottery retailer.
5. When are PICK 4 drawings held?
The Florida Lottery will hold PICK 4 drawings twice daily at 1:30 p.m., ET and 9:45 p.m., ET. Tickets for each drawing may be purchased up to 10 minutes prior to the applicable drawing – (1:20 p.m., ET for the midday drawing, and 9:35 p.m., ET for the evening drawing).
6. How much can I win playing PICK 4?
On a $1 ticket, players can win a top prize of $5,000 for a Straight play, $1,198 for a Box play, $3,099 for a Straight/Box play, and $50 for a Front Pair, Mid Pair, or Back Pair play.
On a $0.50 ticket, prizes are 1/2 of the $1 play prizes
7. What is FIREBALL?
FIREBALL is an add-on feature that allows players to increase their chances of winning by creating more combinations. The FIREBALL number is drawn immediately following the PICK Daily drawings and can be used to replace the numbers drawn.
8. How much does FIREBALL cost?
Adding FIREBALL to a PICK 4 ticket doubles the price of the base game played and applies to all panels played.
9. How much can I win with FIREBALL?
Pick 4 How to Win Using FIREBALL®
Play Type and Numbers
Drawn NumbersWinning ComboFIREBALL® Prize*
Straight – 12341234 FB 21234$1,500
4 Way – 11121112 FB 21112$380
6 Way – 1122 1212 FB 21212, 1212$504
12 Way – 11231134 FB 21132$126
24 Way – 12341435 FB 21432$62
4 Way Straight/Box – 11121112 FB 21112$940
6 Way Straight/Box – 11221212 FB 21212, 1212$252
12 Way Straight/Box – 11231134 FB 21132$63
24 Way Straight/Box – 12341435 FB 21432$31
Front Pair – 12XX1234 FB 212XX, 12XX, 12XX$45
Mid Pair – X22X1234 FB 2X22X$15
Back Pair – XX241234 FB 2XX24$15
4 Way Combo – 11121112 FB 21112$1,500
6 Way Combo – 11221212 FB 21212, 1212$3,000
12 Way Combo – 11231134 FB 21132$1,500
24 Way Combo – 12341435 FB 21432$1,500

*Examples above use $1 PICK 4 plays. Combo play examples are $4, $6, $12 and $24 plays.

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FIREBALL prizes can be won in addition to the base game prizes.
10. What are the odds of winning PICK 4?

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Odds of Winning and Prize Payouts
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FIREBALL® Game Odds and Prize Payouts
Play TypesOddsPrize PayoutsOddsPrize Payouts
STRAIGHT50¢ Play$1.00 Play50¢ Play$1.00 Play
BOX50¢ Play$1.00 Play50¢ Play$1.00 Play
4-WAY1:10,000 & 1:2,500$599$3,0991:2,500 & 1:625$190$940
6-WAY1:10,000 & 1:1,666.67 $400$2,9001:2,500 & 1:417 $126$876
12-WAY1:10,000 & 1:833.33$200$2,7001:2,500 & 1:208$63$813
24-WAY1:10,000 & 1:416.67$100$2,6001:2,500 & 1:104$31$781
PAIRS50¢ Play$1.00 Play50¢ Play$1.00 Play
FRONT PAIR1:100$25$501:25$7.50$15
MID PAIR1:100$25$501:25$7.50$15
BACK PAIR1:100$25$501:25$7.50$15
1:2,500$2 Play$4 Play1:625$2 Play$4 Play
6-WAY1:1,666.67$3 Play$6 Play1:416.67$3 Play$6 Play
1:833.33$6 Play$12 Play1:208$6 Play$12 Play
24-WAY1:416.67$12 Play$24 Play1:104$12 Play$24 Play
*Combined straight and box payouts

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Unlike the Lottery's other Draw games, which are pari-mutuel in design (that is, players are vying for a portion of what is in the prize pool), PICK 2, PICK 3, PICK 4, and PICK 5 offer set prize payouts. Therefore, the Lottery has established a $7 million liability limit for PICK 4 for any particular four-digit number in each drawing. Should any four digit combination (for example 7777) be purchased often enough in a single drawing that would result in the liability limit being exceeded, the Lottery will 'cut off' further sales of that specific number combination. In addition, no Front Pair, Mid Pair or Back Pair that involves the first two, middle two or last two digits, respectively, of the four digit number will be allowed for that drawing. Players that have already played those numbers will still win the full amount of the set prize even if the liability limit has been met. For more details on this issue, please refer to the Pick 4 game rule, subsection (1)(i).