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END SALE DATE: JAN. 19, 2009
LAST DATE TO CLAIM PRIZES: JAN. 19, 2010
American Idol™ is a $5 game that is patterned after the popular FOX television show hosted by Ryan Seacrest. There are 10 top prizes of $50,000; more than 3,700 prizes from $400 to $5,000; and more than $20 million in total cash prizes in the game. Win the prize shown under the matching number when any of YOUR NUMBERS match any of the IDOL NUMBERS. A “MICROPHONE” symbol (MCROPHN) wins the prize shown under it automatically. A “TV SET” symbol (TV SET) wins double the prize shown under it.
Through a second-chance drawing, players also will have a chance to win one of 10 trip prize packages for two persons. The 10 prize package winners and their guests will attend the AMERICAN IDOL™ final Competition Show in Hollywood, California, on Tuesday, May 20, 2008. One of those 10 winners also will attend the AMERICAN IDOL™ Grand Finale Show on Wednesday, May 21, 2008. Dates are subject to change. Second-chance drawing details are available from licensed Lottery retailers and on the Lottery’s official Web site at www.palottery.com
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