Touch & Win games are a style of EZPLAY® games that are based on the traditional Keno game and include a touch screen play style. These games are highly interactive and visually entertaining.
No, the Touch & Win Games are designed to be sold through a Touch & Win terminal only. Therefore, only Ohio Lottery Retailers that have Touch & Win will be able to sell these games. Click here to find a retailer near you.
Touch & Win games can be purchased 24 hours a day depending on individual location business hours.
Touch & Win games will be offered throughout the year. Each game will include multiple price points starting at $0.25 per play with fantastic top prizes.
No, the wager and game are instantaneous and cannot be cancelled.
The Play It Again feature is not available on these games.
You will match your numbers to the numbers selected. See individual game descriptions for game rules and winning prize amounts or select the Help button on the Touch & Win terminal when playing.
The winnings are displayed on the terminal until played or printed out on a voucher. The voucher can then be cashed in or used for play. A customer may not hold more than $599.99 on a terminal, the system will require a voucher to be printed before game play can resume.
Up to $599 - Present your voucher to any Ohio Lottery Retailer for validations and immediate prize payment.
$600 to $5,000 - Present your voucher to any Ohio Lottery retailer for validation and receive a Pay-to-Bearer receipt and a Claim form for check processing OR present the Pay-to-Bearer receipt and completed claim form to an authorized bank cashing location and receive payment the same day.
Over $5,000 - Present your ticket to an Ohio Lottery office for validation and check processing. For more information, contact your regional office (link: .ohiolottery.com/About/Regional-Offices) or call 1-800-686-4208.
Yes. The voucher you receive from the Touch & Win machine may be used at any Ohio Lottery terminal, except for the Instant Ticket Vending machine.
A "spot" represents the amount of numbers chosen by a player. The "spot" chosen by the player establishes the prize structure level that will be used to determine whether the player has purchased a winning ticket for that drawing.