New Year’s Eve Super Draw Sales Past Halfway Point

Nov 22, 13 New Year’s Eve Super Draw Sales Past Halfway Point

Nov. 22, 2013 – There is just a few days more than six weeks left before ticket sales close for the Connecticut Lottery’s New Year’s Eve $1,000,000 Super Draw.  Unless tickets sell out beforehand, Dec. 31 will be the last day for players to get in on the action.

With 1,311 guaranteed winners, the Connecticut Lottery’s $1 million Super Draw is the perfect chance to kick off the New Year with a hunk of extra cash in your pocket.

The Super Draw is played like a conventional raffle – tickets are sold in sequential order from 100001 to 375000, and if your Super Draw ticket matches any of the winning numbers drawn New Year’s Day, you’re a winner.

Only 275,000 tickets will be sold, and sales opened way back on Sept. 29 – there could only be a few left.

Each ticket costs $10 and offers some of the best odds at winning huge cash prizes.  The odds of winning the $1,000,000 top prize are just 1 in 275,000 – more than 600 times better than your odds of matching all six Powerball numbers on any given drawing.

And along with the one lucky Connecticut Super Draw player with $1 million in their future, another 1,310 winners will start off the new year the right way – richer!

Ten players will win $20,000 second prizes, 50 players will score $1,000 third prizes, and 1,250 winners will be able to celebrate $100 wins.

Six weeks might seem like plenty of time to pick up a ticket, but you never know when the Lottery will sell out of chances to win some New Year’s cash.

All three previous New Year’s Eve Super Draws have sold out, so don’t make your New Year’s resolution “play the Super Draw next year.”

 

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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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