How It Works, Lucky Numbers And Prizes Thailand Lottery

The Economics of the Thai Lottery

The street vendor carting around a brown wooden box full of lotto tickets strapped to a bicycle is an image synonymous with Thai street trade.

But despite the popularity of the Thai lottery, these traders face a battle to make ends meet. A battle many traders are losing.

When Thailand’s military government took power in May 2014, lottery reform was one of many topics on their agenda.

All Thai lottery tickets are sold in pairs with the same numbers repeated, meaning that any prize you win is effectively doubled.

A standard lottery ticket pair was supposed to cost ฿80, but you’d have been searching a long time to find one at the retail rate with many being hawked for as high as ฿120.

From last summer, it was mandated that the price of a ticket pair be capped at ฿80, with fines threatened against any vendors caught inflating prices.

The concept of a lottery ticket with a variable price may be foreign to some, but it shouldn’t come as a surprise to those living in Thailand.

Here, the most basic market goods are subject to negotiation. A lottery ticket sold on the street was no different.

The going rate for a pair used to be ฿100 outside major supermarkets.

A street vendor might try for ฿110-120 baht.

The famous Thai superstition was monetised with premium prices demanded for tickets that contained what the locals might consider to be ‘lucky numbers’.

In turn, the tickets that contained ‘unlucky numbers’ would be subject to a discount. Perhaps ฿85-90 baht. A rare slashing at the coffers to get cursed numbers out of the brown suitcase.

Indeed, for many years, the best chance a foreigner had of catching a fair lottery price was to pursue tickets with numbers that an ordinary Thai wouldn’t touch with a barge pole.

The number superstition continues today, even after the crackdown; just without the mark-ups in price.

How Thais Choose Lottery Numbers

It is often said in Thai culture that tragedy precedes good fortune.

Perhaps this explains why some Thais can be found perusing the license plate numbers of recently crashed vehicles, or the highway numbers where accidents have occurred.

There is no event too morbid for hunting a number that is about to come good.


Another unlikely source of cosmic guidance is the shrine of Mae Nak, one of Thailand’s most famous ghosts, a young woman who died in childbirth.

Head to her shrine on Sukhumvit Soi 77 and you will find a small crowd asking Mae Nak for her divine intervention: for guidance in a tough decision, for help in an exam, for a boost of fertility.

But also for winning lottery numbers.

Next to Mae Nak’s shrine lies a small clay jar full of numbered ping pong balls.

From this pot, if you are lucky, the numbers will guide you to lottery fortune.

And if you’re not?

Hey, maybe somebody else was luckier.

Lucky Thai Numbers

You don’t have to travel to a ghostly shrine to find lucky numbers: many Thais prefer to draw on their dreams or messages from the cosmos disguised in seemingly ordinary events to choose their numbers.

For instance, the following sights have been known to spur the choice of certain lottery numbers:

  • A cat with four spots
  • A figure in the tree bark
  • A sighting of a rat (linked to number 1)
  • A large snake (number 5)
  • A small snake (number 6)
  • The registration plate numbers on Yingluck Shinawatra’s car (when she was in office)
  • “The number just came to me…”

The capacity to calculate short odds for numbers marked by life’s oddities knows no bounds.

This writer recalls his own grandfather taking a slightly more pragmatic approach to the UK lottery.

Of the six numbers between 1-49, for twenty years without fail, he would choose:

1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.

“Same odds,” he’d insist, to no avail. The old bugger never won.

His was a poor choice… regardless of the odds.

Even if he’d won, he’d have had to share the prize with 10,000 other punters who took the same distinctly less spiritual approach to numbers and fate.

Well, there’s no such risk with the Thai Lottery…

One of the quirks of the Thai Lottery is the way that tickets are pre-printed and sold in fixed batches.


Pakistan tops list of most porn-searching countries: Google

SAN FRANCISCO:According to the data released by Google, Pakistan tops the list of most porn-searching countries and leads the way in porn searches for animals like pigs, donkeys, dogs, cats and snakes, news website Salon reported on Thursday.

It further revealed that six of the top eight porn-searching countries were Muslim states. The country at number two in the list was Egypt, while Iran, Morocco, Saudi Arabia and Turkey came in at numbers four, five, seven and eight, respectively.

The fact that porn trends within the region can even be tracked was impressive, given that the sale of pornographic material has been banned in nearly every Arab country except Lebanon and Turkey.

More recently, the Saudi Arabian government also announced that it had hacked and disabled about 9,000 Twitter accounts associated with the publication of pornography and arrested many of the handles’ owners. The Aku Seorang Perempuan move was organised by the Commission for the Promotion and Prevention of Vice, also known as Haia, the Saudi religious police.

Many Muslim states declare that cemented social morals should not be violated. The data out there, however, suggest their public may feel otherwise.




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Social networks have transformed marketing and, as this post shows, their popularity is still growing in our latest global social media statistics research summary for 2020 . Networks vary in popularity with different demographics and they’re still evolving. Research by Global WebIndex that we reference in this article shows that globally,

Social media users are now spending an average of 2 hours and 24 minutes per day multinetworking across an average of 8 social networks and messaging apps.

Just five years ago TikTok hadn’t launched, but now it features in our top 10 of the most popular social networks. Understanding these differences in popularity and understanding consumer behaviour and preference when using different social networks is important when targeting specific audiences.

This post uses statistics from different sources to answer these key questions which are important to understanding consumer use of social networks:

  • Q1. What is the overall popularity of social media compared to internet use globally?
  • Q2. Which are the most popular social networks by demographics (age and gender)?
  • Q3. Which are the fastest-growing social networks?
  • Q4. How do social users interact with brands when selecting products and services?
  • Q5. What are the different engagement metrics based on consumer behaviour when using social media?
  • Q6. How do consumers interact with different post formats in social media?
  • Q7. What are the most popular times for consumers to use social media suggesting the best times to post?

2020 social media stats update

We’ll keep this post updated during 2020 as the latest statistics are published drawing on our recommended top 10 digital marketing statistics sources. We’ll be pointing to new data on the popularity of social media from Global Web Index (worldwide), Pew Internet Surveys (US) and OfCom (UK).

Q1. What is the overall popularity of social media compared to internet use globally?

Each year, near the start of the year, Datareportal update their massive global compendium of stats which gives some great insights into the world of social media. It’s a great download for including slides for your presentations. It’s particularly interesting how far some countries are diverging in terms of social media use, and surprising that Western Countries are lagging a fair way behind in adoption rates.

75+ Social Media Sites You Need to Know in 2020

As socially inclined creatures, human beings have embraced technology that connects us with others. Every year, there is an increasing number of people signing up for and using social media. While there weren’t even a billion people using social media back in 2010, the number exceeded more than 2 billion within just five years.

In 2019, there were around 2.77 billion people using social media. And, with smartphones and internet connectivity becoming cheaper and easier to access, we should expect to see these numbers grow even higher. By 2021, more than 3 billion people will be using social media.

What this means for marketers is that there is huge potential to reach a massive and engaged audience on social media. And that’s not just limited to the popular social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

In this post, you’ll discover 75+ social media sites that you can include in your social media marketing strategy for 2020. Some of these platforms could even help you build valuable connections in your areas of interest.

20 Popular Social Media Sites Right Now

What are the most popular social media sites right now? Social media networks are a major resource for both small and big businesses that are looking to promote their brands on the Internet. And figuring out the most popular social media sites for the audience you are trying to reach is extremely important.

For example, Facebook is losing ground with teens, while Snapchat is the preferred platform for this demographic. To properly utilize the power of social media, you need to know the most popular social media sites and identify the ones that work best for your business to avoid spreading yourself too thin.

The platforms are easy to use and some of them even have paid advertising options for businesses that want to reach new audiences. However, just because your business needs to be on these platforms doesn’t mean that it has to be on every other social media site.

To make this easy for you, we profiled 20 of the most popular social media sites so you can make informed marketing decisions.

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The 7 Top Social Media Sites You Need to Care About in 2020

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New social media sites, like TikTok and Vero, are springing up and attracting millions of users like never before.

While on one hand, this explosion of social media platforms presents brands with unprecedented opportunities to reach growing audiences on emerging platforms,there’s also an increasing challenge around how to best allocate time, resources, and attention among the sea of options now at the disposal of marketers around the world.

Social Media in 2020

Should you go all in on Instagram? Maybe place half of your social media budget into Facebook and split the rest between YouTube and LinkedIn? What about Pinterest? These are the kinds of questions plaguing small businesses and marketing teams alike.

To help you decide which social media platforms are going to be right for your brand this year, here are our picks for the top social media sites you should care about (and invest in) during 2020 and guidance on where to place your bets.

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