I bought a ticket for the Illinois State Lottery (ILSL) 4 digit Lottery in November 2015.
I had been a member of the ILSL since 2008, and had been able to play a 4 digit ticket for over three years.
The ticket was sold on sale day on November 10, 2015, for $1,299.99.
I bought my ticket from the official lottery website, the Illinois Lottery Ticket Exchange (ILTX), for a total of $1.49.
The official ILTX website says that the ticket is for the 4-digit lottery.
I tried to buy the ticket on the official ILLX website, and the ticket did not work for me.
I then contacted the Illinois Department of Public Safety and asked for assistance, which they provided.
The ILT’s ticket was for the 3-digit ticket, which is now being phased out.
The Illinois Lotteries website says, “3-digit tickets are for sale now.
To buy a 3-Digit Ticket, please call (630) 534-3535.
You can also check the IL Lottery ticket status on our website.”
The ILL site states that you will need a valid photo ID and a driver’s license to buy tickets.
I was able to use my driver’s ID, and purchased a 3 digit ticket.
I can confirm that I was on sale, which means I was still able to purchase a ticket that day.
However, the official website does not say that you can only buy a 4-Digits ticket.
It also does not specify that you must have purchased the ticket.
The 4-DIGIT ticket is not a valid ticket.
The official lottery site also states that tickets are sold at random and the number of tickets sold per day is variable.
I was able a ticket and was able buy it.
I paid $1 and received a ticket.
If I was lucky, I could also buy a lottery ticket with a higher value than the actual ticket price.
This story was updated on November 19 to include the ILT site’s 4-digits ticket sale rules.
The story has been updated to include a link to the IL State Lotterys ticket sales page.