True fact - There are only two playing surface types for the Olympic Winter Games, snow and ice. In celebration of the history winter sport, the Idaho Lottery offers a unique game experience that’s as timeless as the Games themselves. Introducing Ice Gold, a $2 Scratch Game with a hot top prize of $10,000.
While the world watches athletes from around the globe compete for gold, players of the Idaho Lottery have the chance themselves to “Go for the Gold” by entering non-winning Ice Gold Scratch tickets for a chance to win one of seven, $1,000 prizes drawn weekly ahead of and during the Games.
Beginning on January 8, 2018 and running through February 28, 2018, players may enter any non-winning $2 Ice Gold Scratch ticket through the Lottery’s VIP Club website at idaholottery.com, or via tele-entry at 208-334-4656, for your chance to “Go for the Gold” and win one of seven, $1,000 prizes. Entries close Wednesday night’s at 11:59 PM with the winners announced on Fridays beginning on January 19, 2018.
Players may enter as many times as they wish. Entries are non-cumulative, meaning you’ll have to enter each week for your chance at gold, make that the $1,000 weekly prize. Plus, you could still win up to $10,000 on Ice Gold!
Cheer on Team USA this winter during the Games, play to win $10,000 on Ice Gold, and “Go for the Gold” to win one of the seven weekly $1,000 prizes!
Scratch Games can be purchased from most Idaho Lottery retailers. Scratch tickets can be located at the checkout counter or in a Winstation lottery vending machine.
Reveal a “GOLD BAR” symbol, win PRIZE shown for that symbol. Reveal a “GOLD” symbol, win all 10 PRIZES shown!
Redeem any prizes won, under $599, at any Idaho Lottery retailer. Any prize won $600 and over, can be redeemed at the Lottery headquarters, in person or via mail.
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All tickets, transactions, and winners are subject to Lottery Rules and State Law. Prizes must be claimed within 180 days after the official end of game. Persons altering tickets are subject to prosecution. You must be at least 18 years old to purchase a ticket.