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NEW VERSION OF POPULAR JUMBO BUCKS JOINS GAME LINE-UP; JUNIOR JUMBO BUCKS, FAST 50'S, AND WINNING PAIRS ARRIVE IN STORES
Tuesday, September 06, 2005
Media Contact:  Rachel Petrie
(615) 324-6555 Office
(615) 351-6972 Mobile
 

The Tennessee Lottery’s “Jumbo Bucks” game has a new baby brother named Junior. Players will welcome “Junior Jumbo Bucks” this week as the Lottery unveils three new instant ticket games, one of which is a $1 version of the popular $2 Jumbo Bucks instant ticket game. The game is one of three new instant games introduced this month and available at retailers across the state.

To play Junior Jumbo Bucks, simply match any of your numbers to the serial number to win the prize shown for that number. Get a “Jumbo” symbol and automatically win five times the prize shown for that symbol. The top prize is $10,000. Overall odds are 1 in 4.69.

Other new instant games include:

“Fast $50’s,” a $2 game in which players can win up to $20,000 instantly, including over $1,200,000 in $50 prizes. Match any of your numbers to either winning number and win prize shown for that number. Get a bill symbol and instantly win the prize shown for that symbol. Get a money stack and instantly win all 10 prizes shown! Overall odds are 1 in 3.68.

“Winning Pairs,” a $2 game with a top instant prize of $25,000. Players scratch to see if they get 2 like cards in the same hand, then they’ll win the prize shown for that hand. Get a joker symbol in any hand and instantly win all 8 prizes shown. Overall odds are 1 in 4.40.

The Tennessee Lottery began selling its first tickets on January 20, 2004. As of June 30, 2005, the Lottery has raised more than $359 million to fund specific education programs, including college scholarships, pre-kindergarten and after-school programs. For more information, please visit www.tnlottery.com. For information about Lottery-funded scholarships, visit www.collegepaystn.com.

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