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END SALE DATE FOR THIS GAME - FEB. 1, 2010
LAST DATE TO CLAIM PRIZES - FEB. 1, 2011
LUCKY DOG doubler / FAT CAT doubler features whimsical designs for the pet-lover on this $2 ticket. This game features two different alternating scenes and offers 10 top prizes of $20,000;more than 6,500 prizes from $100 to $1,000; and more than $7 million in total cash prizes. Players can win up to 10 times on each ticket. For LUCKY DOG doubler, win the prize shown under the matching number when any of the DOG BONE NUMBERS match either WINNING NUMBER. A “PAW” (PAW PRINT) symbol wins the prize shown under that symbol. A “TWIST” (TWIST) symbol wins double the prize shown under it. For FAT CAT doubler, win the prize shown under the matching number when any of the FISH NUMBERS match either WINNING NUMBER. A “PAW” (PAW PRINT) symbol wins the prize shown under that symbol. A “MOUSE” (MOUSE) symbol wins double the prize shown under it.
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