If you live in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), you can play online by registering for an account on the official website.

You will need to provide details of valid photo identification, such as a passport number. This ID will be required to claim any prizes you win, so it is important that you enter your details correctly.

After you have registered, you will be able to purchase tickets using a debit or credit card, or Cash on Delivery (COD). Online tickets will be delivered to you via email within 24 hours.

When you are buying Dubai lottery ticket from India during the first week of the month may take between 24-48 hours to be delivered at the end of each month and the time it takes to process them.

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You buy tickets from Abu Dhabi International Airport, Al Ain Duty-Free, Ghweifat Duty-Free, Abu Dhabi City Terminal, and the ADNEC Expo Check-In. You will need to present valid photo identification, such as a passport.

Your ticket will be issued straight away. Non-residents of the UAE are not playing online but youcan buy tickets from these locations.

Tickets for the cash draws cost AED 500, while tickets for the dream car draws vary depending on the value of the prize. These tickets are costing either AED 50, 100 or 200. How to Claim your Prize?

Winners will be invited to claim their prize from the Etihad Catering Office at Abu Dhabi International Airport. The office is open from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Gulf Standard Time (GST).

To claim a prize, you will need to present the photo identification that you used to buy Dubai lottery from India.

If you live outside of the United Arab Emirates, you can arrange for your winnings to be paid via bank transfer. This is subject to rigorous security checks and on the condition that you provide the following documentation:

A copy of your passport, certified by the UAE embassy in your country of residence

Bank address, account number, swift code or sort code, and a letter from the bank confirming that you are the owner of the account

A letter signed by you and addressed to DFS (the lottery operator) confirming that you want the cash to be transferred to the requested bank account

The original winning ticket if purchased in-store, or a print out of your e-ticket if purchased online.