BitLife, the life simulator game, lets you start a second reel life. The text-based simulator lets you do pretty much everything imaginable. Just as in real life, you have to get a job in BitLife to get money. In fact, the game also has options for some part-time jobs and freelancing gigs.

However, once in a while, you might be tempted to make millions overnight by hitting a jackpot. In such cases, here’s how you can get a lottery ticket.

BitLife: How to Win a Lottery

Let us get this right off the bat – you cannot win a lottery for sure. However, when compared to real life, the chances of hitting a jackpot are more in BitLife.

To buy a lottery ticket. head over to the ‘Activities’ tab and look for the ‘Lottery’ option. Under the lottery option, you can purchase one ticket or 10 tickets.

To increase your chances of winning, you can buy 10 tickets at a go. Each ticket costs you $5. To win this way, you will have to buy the tickets over and over until you hit the jackpot.

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Each year when you age, some text appears underneath your age. When you see text like “A fortune cookie told me to play the lottery” go and buy a lottery ticket immediately. Here, the chances of you grabbing the jackpot are almost 100%.

Another interesting way of making sure that you win something from the lottery is to enable BitLife notifications. Every day, the game sends out notifications for fun. However, when you see something like “You received a lottery tip” it’s your lucky day. Go and get some tickets and pray that you win millions.


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