Currently, the Thai lottery has a legislative framework that governs its operations and prize payouts. Its ticket sales are used to support national causes. The Thai Red Cross uses lottery funds to pay for its operations.

The Thai lottery is one of the two legal forms of gambling in Thailand. The other is horse racing. In 2014, 67 million people played the lottery, spending 76 million baths (US 2.3 billion). The lottery is organized by the Government lottery office (GLO). GLO is a government administration body. It distributes tickets to a network of 14,700 authorized retail venues.

The Thai lottery has 100 prizes. The first prize is six million baht. It is divided into two categories, the lower prize numbers and the higher prize numbers. The higher prizes are not paid out in cash, but can be cashed out at authorized retail venues.

The Thai lottery is operated by the Government lottery office. It transfers over four thousand million baht a year to the government treasury. It also provides scholarships to undergraduate students.

The Thai lottery is a legitimate way to support the Thai government. However, the Thai public has criticized brokers for overpricing lottery tickets. It has a legislative framework that prohibits lottery tickets from being sold by other individuals or companies.

The government lottery office prints tickets for every draw. นกตาทิพย์ นกตาทิพย์ distributes the proceeds to various charities. The office provides 20 million baht a year to the welfare fund and civil service.