Win a Nebraska “Ultimate Basketball Experience”

Jan 17, 14 Win a Nebraska “Ultimate Basketball Experience”

Jan. 17, 2014 – The Nebraska Lottery wants to help welcome the Nebraska Cornhuskers basketball team into their new home, Pinnacle Bank Arena, and they’ll be sending one lucky fan to get acquainted with the new building as well.

In a drawing on Feb. 10, one winner will be chosen to receive the “Ultimate Basketball Experience” in the Huskers new home, which will include a private tour, a pre-game visit to the locker room, and club seats with passes to the Private Club Lounge during the Feb. 23 game against Purdue.

The Lottery will also put the winner and one guest of their choosing up in a hotel for their night out in Lincoln.  The winner and their lucky guest will be joined for dinner by Nebraska broadcasters Matt Davison and Kent Pavelka.

On top of that unforgettable night, the winner will also receive a basketball autographed by Huskers head coach Tim Miles, a $200 Visa gift card, and 50 of the Nebraska Lottery’s new $3 Electric 3s scratch-off tickets.
To enter, players should log in or register for the Lottery’s MVP Club – it’s free to join and provides players with great promotions and opportunities to win second-chance prizes.
Once in the MVP Club, players can enter into the “Ultimate Basketball Experience” second chance promotion using the codes from non-winning tickets from any $3 scratch-off game currently on sale in Lottery retailers.
Along with the grand prize, the Lottery will also award two second prizes.  Each will include two tickets to watch the Huskers, ranked 11th in the Big 10, take on the Purdue Boilermakers, currently ranked 7th.
On top of tickets to the Feb. 23 game, the two second prize winners will receive $100 cash and 50 of the Lottery’s new Electric 3s tickets.
The Lottery will accept entries into the promotion until Feb. 9, the day before the drawing.

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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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