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Nebraska Lottery October Update
ENTER TO WIN TICKETS TO NEBRASKA VS. PURDUE!
Want to see the Nebraska vs. Purdue volleyball game on November 10? We’re giving
away a pair of tickets to one lucky Facebook fan and it could be you! Just
“like” the Nebraska Lottery on Facebook and complete the entry form for your
chance to win. MVP Club members will receive two additional entries in the contest when
they verify their membership on the entry form. This contest will run until 11 p.m. CT on
Click here to enter on Facebook.
Mobile users: Click here to enter.
Click here for
complete contest rules.
'ALL ME' SHOPPING SPREE
The holidays are fast approaching, and the Nebraska
Lottery is giving players a chance to shop ‘til you drop with the ‘All
Me’ Shopping Spree Second-Chance Promotion.
Through Sunday, January 6, 2013, enter any combination of five non-winning $1 Bad Gifts,
$1 Holiday Quick 7’s, or $1 Quick 7 tickets online at nelottery.com for your chance
to win a $10,000 shopping spree. A drawing will be held on January 7, 2013, to select
To enter, submit five non-winning $1 Bad Gifts (game #704), $1 Holiday Quick 7s (game
#723), or $1 Quick 7s (game #677) tickets at
nelottery.com for a single entry. Tickets may only be entered once, but players can enter
as often as they like. Entries must be recieved by 11:59 p.m. (C.T.) on January 6,
To enter online, log in to the
MVP Club then click the “Contests” button.
Click here for
more information about the ‘All Me’ Shopping Spree.
PROTECT YOURSELF FROM LOTTERY SCAMS
In an effort to prevent Nebraskans from becoming victims of
scammers, the Nebraska Lottery is launching a comprehensive campaign to educate the
public about the dangers of lottery scams.
The Nebraska Lottery has set up a new website, stoplotteryscams.com, with information
consumers can use to identify a lottery scam before they hand over any personal
information. Additionally, the Lottery has developed public service announcements for
radio and television, and a brochure available at Lottery retailers, that contain
valuable tips for dealing with lottery scams.
There are four main points to remember if you are presented with a suspicious lottery
- The Lottery would never charge you to get your prize;
- A Lottery official would never personally contact you about winning a jackpot;
- A Lottery official would never ask you for money up front; and
- There’s no way to win a Lottery prize if you didn’t play a Lottery
Anyone who receives a questionable phone call, email or mailing, or notices a
suspicious website, is encouraged to contact Nebraska Lottery Security at