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Lucky EweThe chores don’t stop when ewe are down on the farm. But when you’re done rounding up the livestock, go discover the latest country craze, Lucky Ewe Scratch-its. It’s the one with that little animal with a sheepish grin. One dollar could win you a $1,000 top prize. Ewe could get out of a whole lotta chores with that kind of money.
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If you dream in binary code, then flex your hacking fingers because Money Numbers is for you. There’s no glitch here, this glimmering teal ticket is the numerical adventure you’ve been waiting for. But there’s no complicated coding needed for Money Numbers, you’ve just gotta match one of your numbers to the winning number for a chance to win up to $50,000. To get swept up in this sci-fi delight, get down to your local store and pick up a Money Numbers Scratch-it.
There’s two ways to change a dollar bill into $1,000: use permanent marker to write in some zeros or take a chance with the Grand Scratch-it. Just one dollar gives you a shot at winning $1,000 with none of the forgery charges. Pick one up and take a chance on a Grand. Even if your ticket doesn’t come up a winner, you can always enter it into the Second Chance drawing for another chance at the top prize.
Look into the crystal ball and imagine what you would do with some extra cash. The Magnificent 9s Scratch-it will have you daydreaming about magical possibilities. Ten dollars gives you a shot at winning a top prize of $100,000. Pick one up and take a chance on a bit of magic. Remember to enter non-winning tickets into Second Chance for another shot at the top prize.
Uncover the hieroglyphs to discover a falcon-headed statue of Horus and symbols of antiquity hidden away in the Pharaoh’s Tomb. Prizes start at $40 and work all the way up to a pyramid-sized $250,000 as you seek to match your colorful scarabs, felines, crowns, ankhs and more with the winning symbols. No need to charter a plane or Nile riverboat, your $20 ticket to the Pharaoh’s Tomb awaits at a grocery or convenience store in your neighborhood.
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Multiplication has never been so exciting than it is with this flashy red and silver dazzler. The 5X Scratch-it gives you 20 chances to win, and the possibility of a multiplier adds to the anticipation. Five dollars gives you a shot at winning a top prize of $50,000 and over $500,000 in multiplied prizes. Even if it doesn’t come out a winner, remember to enter the Second Chance drawing for another shot at the top prize.
Fortune cookies often come with “lucky numbers” on the back of the message. That’s one way to play the lottery, but we have an even better one! $50,000 Fortune Scratch-its will have you scratching to reveal all kinds of good-luck symbols. Find the right ones, and win prizes, possibly even the top prize of…how much? You guessed it — $50,000!!! Now THAT’s a fortune in fun!
The Oregon Lottery attempts to ensure that the remaining ticket numbers for each game are posted correctly on our website. However, posted numbers are unofficial. Top prizes are counted as unclaimed until the prize is claimed by the winner, which could be after the ticket is no longer for sale. Percentage of tickets sold is based on pack inventory at the start of each day. This number will automatically show on the site as 100% sold on the date that the game is scheduled to be no longer for sale. Some tickets may still be available for purchase after this date if the individual retailer still has tickets in stock. Odds displayed on the site are retrieved from the system at a precision level of ten decimal places and converted to the nearest integer in a 1 in n format. Because of this, a small amount of rounding can occur and the sum of prize tier odds on the site might not equal 100%.