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October 11, 2019

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Hi, Ann. I blogged about that last week in a post about the odds in our holiday games. It comes down to an issue of space, in that there are only so many slots for games in our dispenser and our self-service kiosks, so at the holiday times, our "regular games" are cycled out and our holiday games replace them for the holiday season. Our regular games will come back onto the market in mid-January. Here is a link to that blog post, if you would like to read it: https://www.ialotteryblog.com/2019/10/player-mail-what-about-the-odds-in-your-holiday-games.html

Why is 442 suspended during Holiday games?

I uaed to work for Disney I tell everyone to make their day happy
Hakuna Matata it's from Lion King

Have a good day

I liked the older $3.00 crossword better I won more I can't wait until it comes back

Hi, Daniel. Sorry you don't care for that game. We know that today's consumers like choices, so we keep a big variety of games on the market. If you don't like one of them, you can always try a different one. Or, you always have the option of not playing the lottery. Our products are a discretionary purchase, and we're glad you've chosen to buy our tickets, but if it's making you unhappy or causing you stress, then please don't do it. We wish you the best, either way.

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As the lottery’s vice president of external relations, I’m a member of the senior management team at the Iowa Lottery, where I’ve worked since 1999. I’ve spent my years at the lottery learning as much as I can about all the ins and outs of the lottery industry. I’ll put that knowledge to work here so I can share the behind-the-scenes details with you!