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ALL TOP PRIZES HAVE BEEN CLAIMED
END SALE DATE - FEB. 1, 2010
LAST DAY TO CLAIM PRIZES - FEB. 1, 2011
The top prize of $1,000 a week for life is paid in annual installments of $52,000 less appropriate federal withholding, which currently is 25 percent. Since the initial version of this game, $1,000 A Week For Life, went on sale in July 1995, the Pennsylvania Lottery has had more than 80 top-prize winners.
Each new WIN FOR LIFE ticket features three separate games and a “FAST CASH BONUS” box. In GAME 1, win the prize shown under the matching number when any of YOUR NUMBERS match either LUCKY NUMBER. When the prize shown under the matching number is “LIFE,” the prize won is $1,000 a week for life. In GAME 2, three “Keystone” symbols (KYSTN) in a row (across), column (up and down), or diagonal win the prize shown. When the prize shown is “LIFE,” the prize won is $1,000 a week for life. Three like prize amounts win that prize in GAME 3. Three “LIFE” symbols win $1,000 a week for life. A prize amount from $4 to $500 in the “FAST CASH BONUS” box wins that prize automatically.
WIN FOR LIFE has more than $55 million in total cash prizes. There are nine chances to win on each ticket.
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