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In time for Mother’s Day on May 9, the Pennsylvania Lottery is offering Mother’s Day Surprize as a new $5 ticket. The game features five top prizes of $50,000, more than $4.5 million in prizes of $40 to $1,000 and more than $13.5 million in total cash prizes. Players can win up to nine times on each ticket. In the SURPRIZE BONUS section of the game, reveal prize amount from $5 to $200 and win that prize. In GAME ONE, get three like amounts, win that prize. In GAME TWO, get one “HEART” (HEART), win $10. Get two “HEARTS” (HEART), win $20. Get three “HEARTS” (HEART), win $30. Get four “HEARTS” (HEART), win $40. In GAME THREE, when any of YOUR SYMBOLS match either MOTHER’S DAY SYMBOL, win prize shown below that symbol. The overall odds of winning a prize in Mother’s Day Surprize are 1-in-3.64.
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