The four Holiday Scratchers deliver delight!
It’s a great time of year! The Lottery’s Holiday Scratchers and Virginia’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle tickets are on sale and ready to usher in the holiday season.
There are four Holiday Scratchers in this year’s lineup; the price of each game is in parentheses after the game name. Holly Dough! ($1) gives you a chance to win up to $1,000, Holiday Cheer ($2) features 15 total chances to win, and Winter Winnings ($5) features the chance for you to win up to $500! All three games are colorful and sure to put you in the season’s spirit. Don’t forget Winfall ($10) either. That Scratcher offers players the chance to win up to $500,000, and each ticket features three Cash Spots!
The Lottery also has a 2nd Chance promotion that includes three of the Holiday Scratchers this year. If you don’t win on your Holly Dough!, Holiday Cheer or Winter Winnings Scratcher, you can enter it into the Holiday Cheer 2nd Chance Promotion. In each of the promotion’s 12 separate drawings, 157 players each will win $100.
It wouldn’t be November and December at the Lottery without Virginia’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle and its four $1 million top prizes. One Raffle ticket costs $20 and gives you a chance to win one of the four top prizes, one of the six $100,000 prizes or one of the 500 $500 prizes.
The Lottery’s Holiday Scratchers and Raffle tickets give you different ways to play and a variety of ways to have fun. Don’t miss the chance to win.
Enjoy the games and the holidays!
Odds of winning top prize in each game: Holly Dough!: 1 in 2,040,000; Holiday Cheer: 1 in 1,305,600; Winter Winnings: 1 in 4,896; Winfall: 1 in 1,550,400. Odds of winning in the Holiday Cheer 2nd Chance Promotion depend on the total number of entries received. Odds of winning any prize in the eXTRA Chances promotion depend on the total number of entries received. Odds of winning in Virginia’s New Year’s Millionaire Raffle: $1,000,000 top prize: 1 in 125,000; $100,000 prize: 1 in 83,333; $500 prize: 1 in 1,000. PLAY RESPONSIBLY. Lottery games are not for minors.
Last updated 11/12/21