Hoosier Lottery begins sales for Halloween Raffle
Tickets for the Multi-State Raffle went on sale in Indiana yesterday, giving Hoosier Lottery players the chance to win $1 million.
The Multi-State Halloween Raffle is the first ever multi-state lottery raffle. It promises more chances at $1 million than any previous raffle from the Multi-State Lottery Association, MUSL. The Multi-State Raffle is being offered in six states in addition to Indiana. The other states are New York, Michigan, Ohio, New Jersey, Oklahoma and Iowa. Tickets are already on sale in Oklahoma, Michigan, New Jersey, Iowa, and Ohio. New York has not announced when they will begin selling tickets. Tickets will be sold until midnight on Oct. 31 in all states. Tickets for the Halloween Raffle cost $10 and each state is promised to have at least one $1 million winner.
If you play the Halloween Raffle early with the Hoosier Lottery, you have more ways to win. The Hoosier Lottery will have three Early Bird drawings on Sept. 30, Oct. 7, and Oct. 14. Each drawing will have 1,000 winners of $50 each. Early Bird winners will still be in the running to win $1 million from the final drawing on Nov. 1. Winners will be chosen by their Halloween Raffle ticket number.
Be sure to get your tickets early for a chance to win $50 in the Hoosier Lottery Early Bird drawings. And don’t miss out on the chance to win $1 million from the Hoosier Lottery and MUSL. All tickets must be purchased by 11:59pm on Oct. 31 to be eligible for the Nov. 1 drawing.