The $2-$3 Spring/Summer Play it Again Promotion is now underway
Get your eligible non-winning $2 and $3 tickets back in the game for a chance to win $30,000! Deadline to enter is midnight CT on August 26, 2015. On August 28, 2015 we'll randomly draw one lucky player to win a $30,000 grand prize in our second chance drawing. See the draw rules for more information.
To participate in Play It Again, you must be a member of the free Players Club. Not currently a member? Join now! Once you've joined, log in to the Players Club website as you normally would and click on the "Play It Again" button on the left side menu to access the homepage featuring ticket art for all current eligible games. Select the ticket art for the game you want to enter to go to the submission page. Once there, you'll see your specific contact information along with entry boxes in which to enter the 13-digit numbers from the front and the back of your non-winning scratch tickets. Be sure to enter ALL 13 digits for each number. Then just click submit to enter your ticket. Once your non-winning ticket is in the system, you don't even have to keep it!
March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month
The game is just a game; it's how you play that makes the difference. If someone you know is gambling for more than fun, it's time to have the conversation. If they have a problem, help is available. Learn more about the warning signs to watch for and who to contact on the Problem Gambling Help page on our website or the National Council on Problem Gambling website.
Want to know if you have a winning scratch ticket?
Our tickets feature a Failsafe barcode under the latex coating below the play area. Carefully scratch off the latex to reveal that barcode. Then take your ticket to your favorite lottery retailer and scan the barcode yourself in the ticket checker. You'll find out instantly if you're a winner! Winning tickets worth $100 or less can be presented to any lottery retailer for payment. Winning tickets of $101 or more must be redeemed at one of our validation centers in Pierre, Rapid City or Sioux Falls.