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Nov. 2 is last chance to purchase tickets for Packers & WI Lottery raffle

Top prize is trip for four to all 2012 packers regular-season road games


The last chance to purchase raffle tickets for this year's Green Bay Packers and Wisconsin Lottery's game is Wednesday, Nov. 2. The top prize is a set of four tickets to all 2012 Packers regular-season road games, accommodations included.

Tickets cost $2 each, or three for $5, and are available across the state. Winners will be drawn Nov. 3 and prizes may be redeemed on Friday, Nov. 4.

Other prizes include a 75 tailgate ticket packages, which includes game tickets, tickets to the Packers MVP tailgate party, pre-game field passes, and more, and 100 Packers Pro Shop $300 gift cards.

The top prize accommodations include airfare, hotel, game transfers and tailgate party passes. Should the Packers play on the road for the first or second round of the playoffs, two tickets and travel accommodations will be provided. Additionally, should the Packers host any playoff games, the winner will receive four tickets to each home playoff game.

The odds of winning will be determined by the number of tickets sold. The maximum number of tickets available for sale is 9,999,999. There will be one winner of the Grand Prize valued at $69,889, seventy-five winners of the 1st Prize, each valued at $1,900, and one-hundred winners of the 2nd Prize, each valued at $300. This year's game is the first raffle-style game to be offered by a state lottery and NFL team.

Wisconsin Lottery ticket revenues are returned to the state to help offset property taxes.  Last year's Packers game generated nearly $2 million in tax relief. Previous Packers games included cash prizes, club seats at Lambeau Field, suite prize packages and Packers Pro Shop gift cards.

More information on the Packers Wisconsin Lottery game is available online at

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