Everyone likes another opportunity to win. DC Lottery’s Second Chance program allows you to turn a non-winning ticket into another chance to win. Look for the 2 nd Chance Charm and enjoy double the fun.
Grand Prize: (1) $20,021
Win For Just Playing
During the contest period (10/4/20-2/28/21) every purchased DC Lottery ticket, excluding DC Scratchers and Tap & Play games (“Qualifying Ticket”) will bear a twenty (20) digit 2nd Chance Prize Code that can be used to enter the contest.
Sleigh Ride to Riches
Players will take an interactive sleigh ride journey across DC that will conclude at the bank vault. Each non-winning ticket will be associated with a certain number of points:
$1: Snow Bank- 10 points
$1: Candy Cane Cash- 10 points
$2: Holiday Magic- 20 points
$5: Make it Rein- 50 points
Points needed to make it to the bank: 2020
We Are One
The DC Lottery is proud to partner once again with locally-founded media conglomerate Radio One to celebrate its 40th anniversary of broadcasting the beat and voice of the city! On its A-side, our Radio One commemorative scratcher features more than $800,000 in total prizes, TWO top prizes of $40,000, and a winning roster of instant prizes ranging from $40 to $400! On its B-side, the hits keep coming with a catalogue of great Second Chance winning opportunities including at home dining experiences, cash and a grand vacation at the Salamander Spa and Resort .Everyone likes another opportunity to win. DC Lottery’s Second Chance program allows you to turn a non-winning ticket into another chance to win. Look for the 2nd Chance Charm and enjoy double the fun.
DC Lottery’s 2nd Chance Winners Announced
Published June 5, 2013 • Updated on June 6, 2013 at 8:31 am
Two D.C. area residents have something to celebrate.
Earl Frank Holsendorff of Northeast Washington was named the $1 million grand prize winner of the DC Lottery’s Second Chance Drawing Thursday morning. Terry Jacobson of Silver Spring, Md., will take home the Golden Getaway, a trip to either Hollywood, Las Vegas or San Francisco.
The DC Lottery made the announcement on New4 Today.
Holsendorff and Jacobson have 30 days to claim their prizes, a lottery official said.
But if you were hoping to win, all is not lost.
There’s still one $1 million prize left; and with 90 percent of DC Gold scratchers sold, your odds of winning are pretty good.Earl Frank Holsendorff of Northeast Washington was named the $1 million grand prize winner of the DC Lottery’s Second Chance Drawing. Terry Jacobson of Silver… ]]>