Forever Fabulous Second Chance Winners Announced

Mar 05, 14 Forever Fabulous Second Chance Winners Announced

March 5, 2014 – The Florida Lottery today announced the winners from the second drawing in their Forever Fabulous Second Chance promotion, the second chance promotion to go along with their Las Vegas-inspired Flamingo scratch-off game.

After today’s drawing, players have just one more opportunity to win one of the grand prize trips to Las Vegas for two.

Ten winners scored the vacation package in today’s drawing, along with another 100 winners who won the Forever Fabulous promotion’s second prize.

The grand prize trip to Vegas includes ground transportation and airfare to and from Las Vegas, a three-night stay at the Flamingo hotel, $1,000 in food and beverage credit at the hotel, $250 in spending cash two VIP tickets to the Donny and Marie show and a Flamingo merchandise prize package.

The second prize for the Forever Fabulous promotion is a Flamingo merchandise prize package, which includes a polo shirt, a set of golf balls, a visor, a beach towel and more, all emblazoned with the Flamingo’s iconic, hot pink logo.

The third and final drawing will be held April 2, and the entry period began yesterday.  There are 10 more VIP vacation packages to Las Vegas and another 100 Flamingo merchandise prize packages to be won in the final drawing.

To enter into the Forever Fabulous second chance promotion, players need to enter non-winning Flamingo scratch-off tickets through the Florida Lottery’s Second Chance website.  Players will have to sign in or register to enter into the second chance drawing, but registering is simple and completely free.

Of course, to find a non-winning ticket, players will have to play the Flamingo scratch-off game, which costs just $5 and offers a top prize worth $250,000.

There are still three of the big $250,000 prizes waiting to be won – good luck!

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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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