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As of July 29, 2014, Lucky for Life Lifetime Prizes have been won 33 times
since the new game began on September 21, 2013.

Top Prize Cash Option
1 winner Five million, seven hundred fifty thousand dollars ($5,750,000.00)
2 to 14 winners Five million, seven hundred fifty thousand dollars ($5,750,000.00)*
  *divided by the number of winners
Top Prize Lump Sum Cash Payment
15 or more winners Seven million, one hundred twenty five thousand dollars ($7,125,000.00)*
  *divided by the number of winners
Second Prize Cash Option
1 to 20 winners Three hundred ninety thousand dollars ($390,000.00)
Second Prize Lump Sum Cash Payment
21 or more winners Nine million, four hundred thousand dollars ($9,400,000.00)*
  *divided by the number of winners



New England's Lucky for Life game offers a top prize of up to $1,000 a DAY for LIFE! The second prize is now a recurring prize of $25,000 a YEAR for LIFE! There are eight other ways to win prizes up to $3,000! Lucky for Life's top prize is guaranteed to be paid to winners for a minimum of 20 years!

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Another $25,000 a year winner in
“Lucky for Life”

Christmas winnerJune 21, 2014

Kathleen Kelly of Plymouth is the winner of a $25,000 a year for life prize in the “Lucky for Life” drawing held Thursday, July 17, 2014. She is the fourth Massachusetts resident to claim the multi-state game’s second prize in the last two months.

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Litchfield Resident Claims Lucky for Life “$25,000 a Year for Life” Prize for June 5

Christmas winnerJune 11, 2014

The CT Lottery announced today that Ann Marie Gay of Litchfield has claimed the Lucky for Life $25,000 a Year for Life second prize for the June 5, 2014 drawing.

Gay’s Lucky for Life “Quick Pick” ticket missed the Lucky Ball number, 24, but matched five of the winning numbers drawn; 6-7-22-27-29 for the game’s $25,000 a year for life second prize.

Across New England, 41,275 winning Lucky for Life tickets were purchased for that date, including 13,002 tickets in CT alone. Since 2013, there have been a total of 27 lifetime wins in New England, including 10 wins in Connecticut alone.

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West Hartland Man Gets “Lucky” and Wins $25,000 a Year for Life

Christmas winnerJuly 10, 2014

Jeffrey Clapp claims Lucky for Life® lottery draw game’s second highest prize for July 7th

In a single moment, one small decision can change a life forever. Take Jeffrey Clapp of West Hartland, for instance. He found a lottery retailer, picked up a “Lucky for Life” lottery draw game ticket, and two days later—he was $25,000 a year, every year, for life richer.


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CT Sells Two “$25,000 a Year for Life” Winning Tickets for July 28th “Lucky for Life” Drawing

 winnerJuly 29, 2014

Last night’s “Lucky for Life”lottery drawing for July 28 resulted in TWO second prize winning tickets for Connecticut—one ticket was sold in Fairfield County and the other in Hartford County.

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Unclaimed “Lucky for Life” 2nd Prize Winning Ticket for Feb. 27 Expires Soon

 winnerJuly 25, 2014

Only 30 days left to collect $25,000 a year for life second prize—check your tickets!

Someone bought a CT Lottery “Lucky for Life” ticket in New Haven County for the February 27, 2014 drawing that matched the first five numbers drawn for the game’s $25,000 a year for life second prize.

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Ice cream leads to cool cash in “Lucky for Life”

 winnerJune 17, 2014

Michael Skrzek of Worcester turned a trip to get ice cream into a $25,000 a year for life prize in the multi-state “Lucky for Life” drawing held Monday, June 16, 2014.

While out to get ice cream, Skrzek decided to purchase some “Lucky for Life” tickets. By matching the first five numbers in the drawing correctly, Skrzek scored the game’s number two prize and selected the one-time cash payment option of $390,000 (less taxes).

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March 26, 2013

In March of 2012, for the first time in history, the six New England Lotteries joined together to offer their players a great new opportunity to win BIG! Now they want to join forces again…

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To review inquiries and responses relating to the RFI, click here.