Postseason opportunities available through second-chance promotion
Purple fever is sweeping across the state after the Ravens won the AFC North Division last night, ensuring at least one home playoff game in Baltimore. Players can enter for the chance to win a Ravens postseason game-day package and cash through the Maryland Lottery’s Ravens second-chance promotion.
Lottery players who submit non-winning $2 or $10 Ravens scratch-offs into their My Lottery Rewards accounts by Monday, Dec. 16 will have the chance to enter the Pass for Cash Playoff Game Day Experience prize category. The Lottery will randomly select two winners — one for the guaranteed home playoff game and a second winner in anticipation of another home playoff game.
The first winner will receive:
- A $5,000 cash prize;
- Two (2) lower level-tickets and a parking pass to the specified playoff game;
- A customized Baltimore Ravens Jersey;
- Two (2) pre-game hospitality passes for winner and guest; and
- Participation in the Ravens Pass for Cash Promotion with the chance to win $25,000.
If there is an additional Ravens home playoff game, the second winner will receive the above-mentioned items for that specified game. If there is not an additional home playoff game, the second winner will still receive the $5,000 cash prize.
“We are excited to offer our players the chance to see the Ravens play in the postseason,” said Maryland Lottery and Gaming Director Gordon Medenica. “It has been such an amazing season for the Ravens and we will be cheering them on all the way to the big game.”
This is the 11th year in a row that the Maryland Lottery and the Baltimore Ravens teamed up to launch Ravens-themed scratch-offs and a second-chance promotion. The $10 Ravens ticket still has seven top prizes of $100,000 and the $2 ticket has five top prizes of $20,000 remaining.
In addition to the Pass for Cash Playoff Game Day Experience being drawn on Dec. 17, players can enter to win Seats for 20 Years, $10,000 cash and Season Tickets for 2020. The final drawing will take place on Jan. 14.