Georgia Lottery Giving Away Kias for 21st Birthday

Jul 23, 14 Georgia Lottery Giving Away Kias for 21st Birthday

July 23, 2014 – The Georgia Lottery officially celebrated its twenty-first birthday Tuesday, announcing a new family of instant games, the 21 Black series, and a partnership with Kia Motors.

The new game and the Lottery’s new partnership go hand-in-hand; players can enter non-winning 21 Black series scratch-off tickets online for a chance to win a brand new Kia Soul.

The Georgia Lottery will give away 12 new Souls over the next 12 weeks through special second chance drawings for 21 Black players.  The first drawing will be held about a week from now on July 31, so start entering non-winning tickets!

The 21 Black series offers four different tickets at $1, $2, $5 and $20 price points.  Top prizes on the games range from $20,000 to $2.5 million.

The 21 Black series games are all simple matching games, though each has different multipliers and special prizes.  You can learn more about each game in the 21 Black series on the Georgia Lottery’s instant games page.

For lots of players, a brand new Kia Soul might be more enticing than an instant cash prize – here’s how to enter for your chance to win.

First, you’ll need to register or log in to the Georgia Lottery’s Player’s Club.  Once you’re in, enter the codes found on non-winning 21 Black series scratch off tickets into the 21 Black Second Chance contest, and then… wait.  It’s really that easy.

The contest officially opened yesterday, when the 21 Black series tickets went on sale, and 12 lucky Georgia Lottery players will score a brand new Kia, valued at about $19,000, over the next few months.

The Lottery will also pay all the taxes and fees you could expect, bringing the total prize value to about $27,000.

The final day to enter tickets into the 21 Black Kia contest will be October 14, so if you don’t win a new Soul this week, you’ve still got some time.

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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