Despite its name, the Thai lottery is not a scam. In fact, it is a popular form of gambling in the country. It is legalized and organized by the government.

The Thai lottery consists of a number of different prizes. The first prize is B22,000, the second prize is 100,000 baht, and the third prize is 40,000 baht. Each prize consists of six numbers, which are drawn in a draw.

To be eligible for the lottery, a person must have a Thai identification card. They can also purchase tickets from lottery agents or from vendors. The tickets are sold in pairs for a fee of 80 baht.

The Thai lottery is one of the only legal forms of gambling in the country. While หวยนกตาทิพย์ of the country is banned from gambling, 70% of the population continues to participate.

เลขนกตาทิพย์ is drawn twice a month. Each lottery session starts with a new set of ticket digits. The numbers are printed on a special chemical paper. The tickets are distributed through an underground system.

There are more than 35,000 lottery vendors in Thailand. Each ticket vendor must be at least 20 years old. These vendors buy tickets from the Government Lottery Office (GLO) and then sell them to retail retailers. In return, the vendor receives a copy of their ID card.

The Thai government aims to computerize lottery services in the future. However, the government still uses paper-printed material to sell tickets.