May 20, 2013 – The Wisconsin Lottery is offering a second chance to win for all those players who came up short of a prize on Saturday’s Powerball drawing.
The Super 2nd Chance Drawing is a promotional drawing conducted each week by the Wisconsin Lottery. Every Thursday, 10 losing tickets pay back $1,000 to players who lost on games the first time around.
After Saturday’s record-setting $590 million Powerball jackpot created a nationwide buying frenzy, now is a great time for disappointed players to enter the Super 2nd Chance.
Here’s how it works:
To enter, you must collect at least $5 worth of tickets that did not win any prize.
These can either be scratch-off or jackpot tickets, as long as they total to $5 and have not expired; Wisconsin Lottery tickets expire in 180 days.
Once you’ve gathered your losing tickets, put your name, address, and phone number on at least one of them, and send them off in the mail to the Wisconsin Lottery.
If you win the Super 2nd Chance, $1,000 prize, the Wisconsin Lottery will notify you by mail a week later.
For official rules and the Wisconsin Lottery mailing address, visit the Super 2nd Chance page on their website