‘Combination Tickets’ are a special type of keno ticket. Here are a few tips on how to use the.
As the name suggests, keno combination tickets combine a number of different selections on the same ticket. For instance, with combination tickets you may pick a 3-Spot (ie a set of 3 numbers) and a 5-Spot (5 numbers) for the same draw. Instead of filling in two separate tickets you can show them on the same one.
How to Mark a Combination Ticket
To do this you simply mark all 8 numbers as normal, then indicate clearly that they are to be divided into two groups. You could do this by drawing a line round the numbers in each group, or putting a thick line through the grid so that you have 3 numbers on one side and 5 on the other.
Then you show your choice by completing your keno card as in this example:
Some keno tickets don’t have specific boxes to show the numbers of ways you are playing. In this case just write the information the boxes. Then you show your choice by writing on the card: