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Game Start:
Ticket Price:$2
Top Prize:$10,000
Game End:TBA
Last Day To Redeem:TBA
Total # of Tickets:4,060,200
Overall Odds:1 in 3.81
Game Status:Active

HOW To PLAY

Scratch the CALLER’S CARD to reveal 28 Bingo Numbers. Scratch the corresponding numbers on ALL 4BINGO CARDS. Scratch the FREE space on each CARD. In each CARD, if you match all 5numbers or 4numbers and the FREE space to form one of the winning patterns shown below, win the corresponding PRIZE shown beside that CARD. MULTIPLIER: If you win aprize on any CARD, multiply prize(s) won by multiplier shown! Each CARD plays separately. Only highest prize won paid per CARD. Multiplier does not apply to FAST $20 SPOT.

FAST $20 SPOT: Reveal a"MONEYBAG" in the FAST $20 SPOT, win $20 instantly!

CLICK HERE FOR PRIZE BREAKDOWN

REMAINING UNCLAIMED PRIZES AS OF 05/25/2024

Prize AmountTotal PrizesUnclaimed Prizes
$10,00065
$5,00065
$1,0004540
$5009485
$200606545
$1002,2362,002
$4016,25414,468
$2032,47428,949
$1081,20972,455
$5162,350145,039
$3284,154254,606
$2487,246436,446

Probability based on number of tickets available for a game rather than on individual purchases.

The “Overall Odds” represent your likelihood of winning any prize in aspecific game. For instance, if ascratch game has overall odds of 1in 4, it indicates that, on average, approximately 1out of every 4tickets should secure aprize. It's important to note that these odds are calculated by dividing the total number of tickets in the game by the total number of tickets that are actual prize winners. However, because prizes are randomly distributed throughout the entire game, it does not guarantee that every fourth ticket in apack will be awinner.

EXAMPLE:
Total tickets in the game: 1,000,000
Divided by total tickets that are prize winners: 250,000
Equals the Overall Odds: 1in 4

Click here for Odds of Winning

This information can be found in the SCRATCH game section of our website or on our mobile app. You can also can ask any CT Lottery Retailer for a"Remaining Top Prizes" terminal report.

The CT Lottery may end aScratch game for various reasons. The primary reason for ending agame is that the last top prize has been claimed, at which point the CT Lottery instructs retailers to remove all tickets from their dispensers and self-service machines. Other reasons for ending aScratch game may include, but are not limited to:

  1. Depletion of Ticket Inventory: If there is no remaining ticket inventory to be distributed, the game may be ended. This can include a scenario where a game has an unclaimed top prize.
  2. Decline in Sales Levels: If sales levels drop below an acceptable range, the CT Lottery may choose to end a game. This is done to replace it with a new game that customers may find more appealing.
  3. Quality Control Issues: If significant quality control issues affecting player satisfaction are identified (e.g. difficult to scratch, poor print quality), the CT Lottery may decide to end the game.

These measures are implemented to ensure the integrity, appeal, and player satisfaction of the lottery games.

Select agame listed in the SCRATCH section of our website and it will tell you if agame end date has been established and its expiration date. This information is also available on our SCRATCH GAMES TABLE list. (Please note, if aScratch Game has ended, and is past the last day to claim awinning ticket, the game will no longer appear among the games listed on this website.) You can also ask aLottery Retailer for a“Game Ended” report, which will show aticket’s expiration date, or access this information on the Lottery’s mobile app.

No. Once awinning Scratch Game ticket expires it is no longer valid for claim, and the game will no longer appear among those listed on this website.

The distribution of winning Scratch tickets is designed to be random and unpredictable. The process involves scattering prizes throughout the entire print run using arandom number generation system. Neither the lottery nor the ticket printing vendor knows where the winning tickets are placed, ensuring adouble-blind system.

Once Scratch Game tickets are printed, they are shipped to our warehouse in packs for distribution. The ticket packs are randomly selected for shipment, and retailers receive them in arandom order, based on their orders. This randomness in the distribution process is intended to maintain the integrity and fairness of the lottery system.

The perception that certain areas have more winning tickets is attributable to chance and sales volume. If more tickets are purchased in aparticular area, it naturally follows that there would be more total winners in that area. Additionally, retailers who sell asignificant number of tickets are more likely to receive packs with winning tickets simply due to the higher frequency of replenishing their inventory with new ticket packs.

For game security and integrity, the CT Lottery is prohibited from researching requests from the public as to where specific active Scratch ticket packs are located within the Retailer network. This is to ensure afair and equal chance of winning for all who play our Scratch games.

From time to time, the CT Lottery may offer aScratch Game with a2nd Chance Drawing opportunity. These Scratch Games are clearly marked with a“2nd Chance” drawing logo on the front of the ticket, and “How to Enter” instructions on the back. To see a list of those games, please visit the2ND CHANCE DRAWINGS section on our website.

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The CT Lottery works within the international Lottery industry and relies on suppliers within the industry for its game designs. Individuals who are interested in putting forth new games should consult with industry experts. To protect your product or intellectual property you should also seek appropriate legal advice from aprofessional. The CT Lottery does not compensate individuals for game ideas or designs that are submitted for consideration. Any ideas submitted become the property of the CT Lottery.


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