Numbered tickets upon which the winning ticket(s) are selected by lot.
Tickets with five windows displayed on its face that players open to find the hidden winning symbols. Each ticket costs twenty-five cents to two dollars and has various payouts, depending on the ticket type. Lottery agents tend to carry several different kinds of pull-tabs.
Playing Lotto 6/49 in Ontario wherein the cashier of a participating store sets a computer to randomly pick one's numbers upon the player's request, rather than independently choosing numbers.
Lottery tickets that have hidden prizes. Players have to scratch off the cover of boxes to determine whether or not they have a winner