Does anyone know what consecutive play means on a keno ticket?
Does that mean you can keep trying until all your numbers won.
Question posted by: kingcq20
Consecutive play on a keno ticket means that you’re playing the same set of numbers for a predetermined number of consecutive games. When you choose consecutive play, you’re essentially using the same ticket and numbers for multiple games without having to fill out a new ticket each time.
For example, if you choose to play five consecutive games with the same numbers, you’ll pay for those five games upfront, and the same set of numbers will be played for all five games in a row.
Consecutive play does not mean that you can keep trying until all your numbers have won. You’re simply playing the same numbers for the selected number of consecutive games. After the specified number of consecutive games has been played, the ticket will be no longer valid, and you’ll need to purchase a new ticket if you want to continue playing.
No, you have the option of playing the same numbers for how ever many draws in a row that you want to. You have to prepay for the number of draws that you select.
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