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Lottery ticket

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Lottery ticket
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Weight0
Value1 (common)
10 (valuable)
QuestsThey Went That-a-Way
Base ID0015fe13 (common)
0015fe47 (valuable)
 
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The lottery ticket is a miscellaneous item in Fallout: New Vegas.

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

Lottery tickets appear as small, gold-embossed square pieces of paper bearing text "Nevada State Lotto", with "Big Ranch" below it.

These tickets were given to Nipton inhabitants when Caesar's Legion's "cleansed" the town, using them to determine who would die in what fashion and, more rarely, who would live. The tickets come in two varieties: a version worth 1 cap, and a rarer version worth 10 caps. There are 51 copies of the "common" ticket and 16 copies of the "valuable" version, including a "valuable" ticket carried by Nipton survivor Oliver Swanick.

Lottery tickets are similar to pre-War money in that, while they serve no true purpose, they can be sold to vendors for a reasonable price considering they have no weight and lack any practical application.

Locations[edit | edit source]

  • Tickets can be found scattered throughout Nipton, usually near the bodies of the town's murdered inhabitants.
  • There is also a small stack of valuable lottery tickets sitting on a shelf behind Mayor Steyn's reception desk, located on the top floor of Nipton Hall.
  • A single valuable lottery ticket can be found in front of a train tunnel maintenance door located almost due south of the Mojave Drive-in. Although the placement of the ticket would seem to indicate a person or persons traveling through, the door is boarded up and cannot be used.

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

  • The State of Nevada has never had a State Lottery. A provision in the original draft of the state constitution prohibits state-run lotteries, and has remained in effect since the constitution's signing in 1864. However, the real-life town of Nipton (located in California) experienced a small boom in the 1980s due in part to it having a California State Lottery Office in town — the closest lottery office to the Nevada state line.
Icon cut content.pngThe following is based on Fallout New Vegas cut content and has not been confirmed by canon sources.
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