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Almost a third of the Thai population is involved in lottery games. They enjoy a flutter and a chance to win big. The lottery is an economic and cultural phenomenon in Thailand. It is a form of government revenue that has been authorized by law for almost a century.

หวยนกตาทิพย์ is purchased from a ticket vendor or agent. These vendors sell the tickets for a small profit. นกตาทิพย์ นกตาทิพย์ can also claim their winnings from unsold tickets. However, some locals are wary of buying from sub-vendors.

Tickets are usually printed on special yellow paper, and feature a six-digit number and silk thread. These tickets are also coated with chemicals. The silk thread can be seen with the naked eye, and under ultra-violet light. The ticket also has a two-tone watermark of Wayupak.

Traditionally, the first prize was B22 million or B30 million. The military government eliminated the “jackpot” prize and reduced the first prize to B100,000. The first prize is still available, but the military government has eliminated the bonus prize.

The Thai lottery has religious and social roots. Buddhists glean numbers from monks, and many Thais have faith in luck. Many also interpret signs of destiny as omens or coincidences.

The lottery has also been a political tool for some dictators. In 1973, activists burned down the GLO building in protest. In August, the military government took power and eliminated the bonus prize. The military government also introduced a maximum price for lottery tickets.