PA Lottery second chance winners
RULES FOR THE PENNSYLVANIA LOTTERY'S SECOND–CHANCE GAME FOR THE WIZARD OF OZ™Second-chance drawing: Pennsylvania Lottery’s Second-Chance Game for The Wizard of Oz (hereafter, the “Game”). Qualifying Tickets: Non-winning PA-1133 The Wizard of Oz ($10) instant lottery tickets (“Qualifying Tickets”) are eligible for entry in the Game. Participation and Entry: Entrants must be members of the Pennsylvania Lottery VIP Players Club to participate in the Game. To join the VIP Players Club, visit Becoming a VIP Players Club member is free. To enter the Game, entrants must submit the identifying information from at least one non-winning Qualifying Ticket via the Game’s promotional website, available at or the Pennsylvania Lottery’s official mobile application during the entry period. The identifying information from a Qualifying Ticket may be submitted only once in the Game. No other method of submission will be accepted, and entries submitted using any other method, including entries mailed or hand-delivered to the Pennsylvania Lottery, are not valid and will be disqualified. The entry period for the Game begins after 11:59:59 p.m. March 22, 2015 and ends at 11:59:59 p.m. August 27, 2015. All time references are Eastern Prevailing Time. Each entry must be complete and the information supplied by the entrant must be accurate. Incomplete entries cannot be submitted. Only one claimant per entry allowed. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older. Players may submit the identifying information from an unlimited number of Qualifying Tickets in the Game. Game Description. Each entrant will have the opportunity to play a virtual non-prize-determinative The Wizard of Oz themed game that may reveal a predetermined cash prize or a predetermined prize that doubles the number of Grand Prize drawing entries the entrant receives by entering a Qualifying Ticket (the "Entry Doubler Prize"). Each Qualifying Ticket will have a predetermined ticket file assigned at the time the ticket is printed that will determine the outcome of the non-prize-determinative game play. The number of entries an entrant will receive for the Grand Prize drawing is determined by the purchase price of the Qualifying Ticket entered, and the Entry Doubler if applicable. The respective purchase price and corresponding number of entries for the Qualifying Ticket is as follows: PA-1133 The Wizard of Oz ($10) = 10 entries. Players may review prizes won and their entries for the Grand Prize drawing via the Game’s promotional website.
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