Louisiana Lottery Teams Up With the Black & Gold

Aug. 5, 2013 – The Louisiana Lottery launched its newest New Orleans Saints-themed scratch-off ticket today, the fifth time the Lottery has teamed up with Louisiana’s NFL team.

The game is called Black & Gold Saints, and for just $5 offers overall odds of 1 in 3.96, with four top prizes of $100,000.

One game [our players] look forward to year after year is our Saints ticket… I think it’s safe to say our players’ blood runs black, gold and green, so they will be very pleased with this game’s cash payouts,” said the Lottery’s president Rose Hudson.

Football fans will also be pleased to hear about the VIP ticket packages the Louisiana Lottery will be giving away through four second chance drawings.

The first three drawings will each choose one winner, who will be sitting in Plaza Club Sideline seats with three friends. The prize package also includes two rooms in a hotel for a one-night stay, a $200 dinner allowance, $500 cash, plus a parking pass and a pregame field pass.

The winner of the fourth and final drawing will get the ultimate Saints prize – Plaza Sideline season tickets for the 2014 NFL season including parking and pregame field passes, as well as a tour of the team’s practice facility and lunch with the Saints’ head coach.

Along with those four lucky second-chance winners, each of the first three drawings will choose nine winners who will receive autographed Saints jerseys, helmets, or footballs.

For more information on drawing dates, prizes, and official rules, visit the Louisiana Lottery’s website, or read the announcement on the Saints’ website.

The 2013 NFL season is only days away from kickoff, so for all those football fans who missed out on season tickets this year, maybe it’s your lucky season – grab a Black & Gold Saints ticket from the Louisiana Lottery for a chance at VIP prizes or big money.

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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