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November 21, 2022

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Hi, Jeff. From what you have described, it sounds like you purchased a total of 13 tickets. Each ticket contained multiple plays, is that right? The promotion was keyed upon TICKETS, not plays. It produced a free play with each Lotto America ticket purchased statewide, regardless of the value of the ticket. The promotion ended on Friday, so it is no longer in effect.

I purchased $305 of lotto America today and only got 1 free ticket I bought 2 10 plays for 10 draws $100 each and $105 10 10 play and 1 5 play surely there should've been more than 1 free ticket

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