Despite the Thai government’s ban on gambling, one in four Thais buy lottery tickets every year. In fact, the Thai government lottery is one of the only two forms of gambling that is legally sanctioned in the country.

The official Thai national lottery is administered by the Government Lottery Office (GLO), which also handles the printing of tickets. The lottery is a lucrative revenue source for Thailand. The government collects over B2 billion a year from lottery tickets.

Tickets are sold to the general public and are sold at over 14,700 authorized retail outlets throughout Thailand. These tickets are printed on a special paper that features two types of silk thread. They are also coated with chemicals to prevent stains from appearing.

In addition to the ticket’s special features, the Thai lottery has a legislative framework that ensures prize payouts and operations. The lottery is a good way for Thais to better develop and earn extra money. The government spends 28% of its profits on the lottery, with the remaining 12% going to charity organizations.

The Thai government lottery is drawn twice a month, usually on the first and 16th of the month. เลขนกตาทิพย์ are announced live.

The first prize in the Thai lottery is a six-digit number. เลขนกตาทิพย์ receives B30 million. The second prize is B100,000, while the third prize is B40,000. The fourth prize is B5,000, and the fifth prize is B10,000.

The government also distributes seven million lottery tickets to charity organizations. These tickets are sold to disabled people through disability organizations.

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