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Play the $10,000,000 Cash Extravaganza!

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Posted: Oct 12, 2020 / 03:35 PM CDT / Updated: Oct 13, 2020 / 08:27 AM CDT

Join the Extravaganza for a chance to win your part of more than $10 MILLION in total cash prizes! The all new $10,000,000 Cash Extravaganza scratch-off ticket from the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery is available now for $10 and features a top prize of $200K! It’s also loaded with more than $4 million in $50-$500 prizes!

Here’s how to play: Scratch to reveal the six winning numbers. Then scratch your card for 20 chances to match and win. You can win up to 20 times on a single play, or uncover a bonus symbol or multiplier to win the prize instantly, no matching required.

In Arkansas, someone wins a lottery prize every 1.3 seconds. You could be next! Find the all new $10,000,000 Cash Extravaganza scratch-off at your local lottery retailer. Good luck!

Visit MyArkansasLottery.com/$10MCashExtravaganza for game odds and details. Always remember to play responsibly. If gambling is causing a problem for you or someone you know, help is available. Call or text the 24-hour confidential National Problem Gambling Helpline at 1-800-522-4700.

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Join the Extravaganza for a chance to win your part of more than $10 MILLION in total cash prizes! The all new $10,000,000 Cash Extravaganza scratch-off ticket from the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery is available now for $10 and features a top prize of $200K! It’s also loaded with more than $4 million in $50-$500 prizes!

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The winner has 180 days from September 5 to claim their prize.

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The winner of a $2 million Powerball lottery ticket has not come forward yet to claim their prize. The ticket was purchased at Ma Food Mart on South Hazel Street in Pine Bluff for the September 5th drawing. The winning numbers were 15, 21, 22, 27, and 47. The Powerball was […] ]]>