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Thailand Lottery

The Thailand lottery is a legal form of gambling, administered by the Government Lottery Office. เลข 7 เซียน is drawn twice a month. It is one of only two forms of legalised gambling in the country. However, the odds of winning are not good and you can lose a lot of money. Nevertheless, many people enjoy playing the lottery.

To claim your prize, you must fill in a claim form and bring your ticket and Thai ID or passport to the lottery center. In addition, all lottery winners are required to pay stamp duty. เลขเจ็ดเซียน is due on prizes of B20,000 or less. The lottery vendors are obliged to collect the tax on your behalf.

Thai lottery tickets have six-digit numbers printed on them. They are made from special yellow paper with a two-tone watermark and a silk thread. These watermarks can be seen with the naked eye or by using ultraviolet light. In addition, the paper is coated with special chemicals that prevent stains from showing. Hence, you should be careful when handling the lottery tickets.

The Thai Lottery is the official national lottery of Thailand. It is the most popular form of gambling in Thailand. The winners are declared on the first and sixteenth days of every month. The winning numbers and the winning tickets can be obtained from the lottery website. Aside from the winners, the website also offers tips for new players.

Tickets can be bought for the Thai lottery or the charity lottery. Both tickets have different odds for winning, and the top prize is three million baht. Tickets can also be bought for second prizes, which are worth ten thousand baht. The lottery is also broadcast on the National Broadcasting Services of Thailand, and the Spring News.

The government regulates the sale of lottery tickets. They are legally mandated to cost 80 baht each. Ticket vendors who sell tickets above this price should be reported to the GLO. However, there are street vendors who sell them at higher prices. These vendors can sell two tickets for 120 baht, while others may charge up to 130 baht.