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November 06, 2014


Only if someone wins the Top Prize, which is at $21 million for tonight's drawing, will the Millionaire's Club drawing be triggered (The one that begins with IA 0000-0000-0000 on your ticket). If no one hits the Top Prize, then no second drawing will occur. Your ticket is only good for the one drawing it was purchased for. That includes the first two set of numbers on your ticket. The first set which is for Friday night's drawing, and the second number, also only for that night's drawing - will only be needed if the Top Prize is hit. Those numbers are no longer good after the drawing in which your ticket was purchased for, occurs. And since no one has hit the Top Prize yet, that's why there aren't any Millionaires' Club winning numbers on our website yet. However, your third number on your ticket, the webcode, you have 365 days from the date you purchased your ticket, to enter it online for a chance to win a trip to Las Vegas! If you haven't already done so, you may want to check out our How to Play MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES' CLUB video: http://bit.ly/IALOT_HowToPlayMMCVideo Thanks for playing and good luck!

My MMC question is this: For clarification, the MILLIONAIRE'S CLUB number on your ticket- the one that begins with IA 0000-0000-0000:

It is only good for the drawing listed on the ticket. If there is not a jackpot for the drawing listed on this ticket, the Millionaire's Club number is no good- it is not used for the "Shower of Millionaires" drawing that will happen whenever the jackpot is won.

Only "current" tickets (i.e. tickets for the drawing when the jackpot is won) go into the "Shower of Millionaires" drawing, correct?


What determines the numbers drawn for the millionaires club and what determines how many winners there per drawing

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