There was as second-level Lucky for Life prize winner in Massachusetts last night. Some lucky player will collect $25,000 a year for life. You could win the top prize of $1,000 a day for life. Here’s how to play Lucky for Life.
Today is the day! Tickets are now available for the newest Draw Game from the Missouri Lottery. Play Lucky for Life fro the chance to win up to $1,000 a day for life! Check out the new commercial promoting Lucky for Life, available now at your favorite Missouri Lottery retail location.
Meet two A+ Scholarship students who recently passed the Missouri Bar and began practicing law. Paemon and Ashley Aramjoo began their education on the A+ Scholarship at Maplewood Community College. Hear more about their path to becoming attorneys.
The Missouri Lottery has a new Draw Game that begins Oct. 19. The $5 game features three different ways to become a millionaire: You could win the Top Prize of $15-25 million in the weekly drawing; you could win $1 million when you match a Club Number provided on your ticket when the top prizes is won; and you could win $1 million on the TV game show.
Sales of the Missouri Lottery MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES’ CLUB begin on Oct. 19, and the first drawing will take place on Friday, Oct. 24. Drawings will continue every Friday thereafter, and the game show will begin early next year. Watch for more details coming soon.
The Missouri Lottery is proud to partner with our sports teams in Kansas City and St. Louis to promote outstanding teachers in Missouri. Through the “Stars of the Classroom” program with the St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis Rams, Kansas City Royals and Kansas City Chiefs, quality educators are recognized on the fields, and selected schools even get classroom visits from team mascots.
The Missouri Lottery is proud to help education every way we can, so thank you for Playing It Forward.
Meet Rick White, a teacher, farmer and father from Eldon. He knows about the A+ Scholarship first hand, through his daughter and students who have taken the opportunity to get two years of education at a Missouri community college. Missouri Lottery proceeds help fund the A+ Scholarship Program. Hear what Rick has to say about what it means to a small town like Eldon.
Meet another Missouri student and A+ Scholarship recipient. Casey Martinez used an A+ Scholarship to begin his college education on the way to becoming an M.D. Now, he's giving back as a medical professional. Missouri Lottery proceeds help fund the A+ Scholarship Program, helping Missourians like Casey get up to two years of paid schooling at a community college or technical school in Missouri.