Five Days to Enter January Play it Again Draw.

Jan 21, 14 Five Days to Enter January Play it Again Draw.

Jan. 21, 2014 – This Saturday, Jan. 26, is the last day that Georgia Lottery players can enter for their chance to win the featured prize in the Lottery’s monthly Play it Again drawings.

The Play it Again drawings are special second-chance contests that the Lottery has been offering its players since July, when the Lottery began its year-long celebration of its twentieth anniversary.

Each month, the Lottery has offered players a featured prize like an Extreme Shopping Spree or a Family Thrills Vacation to any theme park in the U.S.  Four players are chosen as featured prize winners in each drawing.

Up for grabs this month is the “Bon Voyage” prize package, where featured prize winners can build their dream-luxury cruise.  Winners will have their choice of three cruise lines, and can pick any destination they’d like.  The Lottery will supply airfare and $2,000 cash, and any of the $7,900 total prize value left over after the cruise is all paid for is the winners’ to keep.

Of course, not everyone has sea legs.  Just like every other month, if the featured prize isn’t what the winners were hoping for, they can choose any of the other twelve featured prizes or just cash in hand.  Check out the Prizes and Drawings page on the Play it Again website to see the whole list.

Along with the four featured prize winners, one lucky Grand Prize winner will score a $100,000 cash prize, and another 1,000 winners will receive 10,000, 20,000, or 40,000 points towards the Lottery’s Prize Store.

Only non-winning Georgia Lottery $1 and $2 scratch-off tickets are eligible for the Play it Again drawing; there are more than 20 $1 and $2 scratch-off games available in Georgia Lottery retailers.

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Written by Matt Isaacs

Matt is the Editorial Manager for the LotteryHUB News Team. Matt graduated from Rutgers University’s School of Journalism and Media Studies in May 2013

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