Those who enter our Twitter contest will have the chance to win one of three “Game Book” tickets, worth $20 each.
The Game Book is a new concept for us. It’s a booklet containing several of your favorite scratch games and a few new ones, too (eight games in all)! That’s why it’s worth $20.
Just remember this very important point as you play your Game Book: Don’t tear the pages apart! You must keep the booklet as a whole to claim any prizes won on any of the games.
In our Twitter contest this month, you’ll have 15 minutes to submit your answers to be entered, with the contest beginning at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 22.
To be eligible to enter, just follow us on Twitter – it’s free to create an account if you don’t already have one. Then give us the correct answer to our super-easy contest question and you’ll be entered for a chance to win one of the three ticket prize packages.
At 2 p.m. next Tuesday, we’ll pose our question on Twitter. Reply with your answer within the 15-minute time limit and you’ll be entered in the contest! Reply to @ialottery on Twitter. (Don’t direct message us on Twitter, as direct messages aren’t eligible for entry.)
We’ll select the three winners in our contest, then blog about the results and link to that blog entry on Twitter and Facebook.
If you win, you’ll need to contact us with your name, date of birth and mailing address so we can send out your tickets. Winners will have until 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 29, to contact us with their information in order to claim their prize.
A few other details:
• You must be at least 21 years old to enter.
• You must live in Iowa to participate.
• There’s no purchase necessary to enter or win!
• Only one entry per person. The first entry from each person will be accepted. Duplicates will be removed.
And now for the fine print: This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Twitter. You understand that you are providing your information to the Iowa Lottery and not to Twitter. The information you provide will only be used for the lottery’s Twitter Contest. The risk of loss for electronic misdelivery, late delivery or failure of receipt for information entered electronically remains with entrant regardless of the cause of the transmission failure.