During the holidays, scratchcards make perfect gifts. If you’re stuck when it comes to picking out a present for a friend or a colleague, you can’t go wrong with a stocking full of instant-win tickets – and the Pennsylvania Lottery has launched a number of holiday-themed scratchcards for the occasion.
There is a long list of holiday instant-wins available from the Pennsylvania Lottery. The full list can be found below:
- $1 Million Merry & Bright ($20)
- Secret Santa ($10)
- Holiday Cash Blowout ($5)
- Jingle All The Way ($3)
- Snowball Bucks ($2)
- Oh, What Fun ($1)
The PA Lottery reminds players that lottery tickets are not suitable gifts for children. The organization has come together with the National Council on Problem Gambling to ensure that all players are 18 years of age or older.
Any non-winning tickets can be entered into the Holly Jolly Second-Chance Draw. The top prize available is $100,000, and there are over $1 million in payouts on offer. There are even 5x and 10x multipliers available on random payouts. You can submit your tickets into the Second-Chance Draw until January 2, 2020.
Expanding the Second Chance Draw
The Pennsylvania Lottery has expanded its Second-Chance draw. Starting soon, more players will be eligible to take part.
On November 5, the draw will also accept non-winning tickets from the following Fast-Play tickets:
- Holiday Tree Farm
- Snow Much Fun
- Ho Ho Ho Tic-Tac Toe
Then, on November 12, non-winning keno tickets will also be accepted into the Second-Chance Draw. So, many more players will have the chance to win one of the many amazing prizes available in the contest.
An Exciting Week for the PA Lottery
This week has been quite an exciting time for the Pennsylvania Lottery. Just a few days ago, it was announced that two tickets were sold for the Cash 5 jackpot were sold. The winners, who will receive $325,000 each, have yet to come forward, but they have one year to claim their prizes.
The retailers that sold the tickets will also receive payouts. They will get $500 each for selling the winning tickets.
Over 36,000 other Cash 5 tickets were sold in last week’s drawing. The Pennsylvania Lottery has reminded everyone who has purchased a ticket to double check that they have won, as lower-tier prizes can sometimes go unclaimed.