Green Bay Packers Scratch-offs Now on Sale

July 29, 2013 – The Wisconsin Lottery launched its new line of Green Bay Packers-themed scratch-off tickets Monday morning, simultaneously kicking off the entry period for a second-chance drawing with likely the hardest-to-win NFL fan prize out there.

The three new Packers tickets are $1, $3, and $5 tickets called Winning Season, Titletown Touchdown, and Green Bay Packers, respectively.

The $1 Winning Season ticket gives players four “downs” to make a first down.  If the numbers (yardages) a player scratches off under each down symbol add up to 10 or more, they’ll win the prize above.  Revealing a referee signaling touchdown wins that prize automatically.

The top prize on Winning Season tickets is $100, and the overall odds for the game are just better than 1 in 5.

The $3 Titletown Touchdown game is an exciting style of scratch-off play where players need to complete rushing plays, rather than matching numbers, to win.

The $3 Titletown Touchdown game is an exciting style of scratch-off play where players need to complete rushing plays, rather than matching numbers, to win.

To win on the $3 Titletown Touchdown ticket, players get five runs starting from their own 10 yard line.  Scratching up the field will reveal football symbols until players either reach the endzone or uncover an “X”, which means they’ve been tackled and must move to the next run.

Once all five plays have been completed, players must count the number of football symbols revealed and win the prize that corresponds with that total in the bottom right of the ticket – up to $30,000.

The last of the Green Bay Packers-themed offerings from the Wisconsin Lottery is the simply named Green Bay Packers ticket, which costs $5 and offers players the chance to win up to $45,000.

With odds of 1 in 3.7 against them, players must match any of their 15 numbers to any of the five “champion numbers” at the top of the play area.

Uncovering a symbol that looks like field goal uprights will automatically win double the prize amount underneath, and scratching off a “TD” symbol automatically wins all 15 prizes on the game board.

Bought all together, the three new Packers tickets cost $9 and give players a chance at $75,100, but many Packers fans will probably be crossing their fingers they don’t win the first time around.

That’s because the second chance bonus drawing for non-winning Packers-themed scratch off tickets is offering one Grand Prize winner two season tickets in Lambeau Field’s club seat areas.

While regular season tickets for Lambeau field have been sold out since 1960, and the wait is nearly 30 years for the opportunity to buy tickets, club seat season tickets have a shorter, five-year waiting period.

Club seat season-ticket holders get some incredible opportunities, like training camp and mini-camp visits, pre-game field visits, and they can even hold the giant American flag for the National Anthem.  See all the extras of club seat season tickets here.

And the best part about the Grand Prize is that it’s not a one-and-done season ticket deal.  The winner will get to keep his or her season tickets for five years, all the way through the 2018 NFL season, and will then have the ability to buy the tickets for themselves.

In all, the five year club seat season ticket grand prize is worth an estimated $65,175, according to the Lottery’s bonus drawing details.

The second chance bonus drawing will be sending 96 other Packers fans to an indoor suite experience.  48 bonus drawing second-prize winners will receive two tickets to a home game, along with food and non-alcoholic beverages paid for.

They will also win an unforgettable experience, as they’ll get pre-game field passes to hold the giant American flag, and two free footballs to fill with autographs – as Packers alumni “meet and greet” with them in the suite.

Finally, the Packers bonus drawing will choose 100 third-prize winners to receive $300 gift cards to the Packers Pro Shop at Lambeau Field, or at

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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