Illinois Lottery Launches New Instant Games

Saturday August 17th 2013 – The Illinois Lottery has released four new instant games this month, with top prizes ranging from £2,000 to $200,000.

The new games join more established instant games such as Free Gas, where players can win up to $15,000 in gas cards, and The Good Life, which gives away a top prize of $10,000 a week every week for the next 20 years.

The four new scratch off cards are:

Bingo Boogie – A $3 bingo themed scratch off which has a top prize of $50,000.
Icy Hot 7-11-21 – A $2 game where scratch off lines must equal 7, 11 or 21 in order to win up to $30,000
$500 Frenzy – A $5 scratch off which has over $5 million in $500 prizes to be won plus top prizes of $200,000
$2,000 Spin – A $1 game which has prizes of up to $2,000 for players who match the Spin numbers

New Instant Games

The new instant game range from the Illinois Lottery

These new games are available for purchase from any of the 8,100 Illinois Lottery retailers across the state and all profits benefit the Common School Fund and the Capital Projects Fund. Since its inception in 1974, the Illinois Lottery has contributed $18 billion towards the Common School Fund, which assists K-12 public schools and millions more to the Capital Projects Fund.

The lottery also runs a range of instant games aimed at raising money for specific organisations. These include Veterans Cash, which has raised over $10 million for Veteran Organisations in the state since 2006, and Spread the Word, which has raised over $4 million for HIV/AIDS-prevention charities since 2008.

To learn more about the Illinois Lottery and to get the latest numbers from the Lotto with Extra Shot, visit Illinois Lottery Numbers.

Other Lottery News

The Powerball jackpot tonight is estimated at $60 million after rolling over for the second time midweek. The Florida Lottery also continues to roll, and tonight is estimated at an incredible $53 million.

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