|By Marketwired .||
|May 20, 2014 08:46 PM EDT||
PHOENIX, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 05/20/14 -- The Arizona Lottery announces that the first $25,000 top prize winning ticket for All or Nothing was sold at the Safeway located at 1637 N. Trekell Road in Casa Grande.
The winning ticket matched none of the 10 drawn numbers for the morning draw on Tuesday, May 20, which was only the third draw in the new game's history.
"We are thrilled that there has already been a top prize winning ticket for All or Nothing," said Karen Bach, director of budget, products and communications for the Arizona Lottery. "It is exciting that this will be the first time we get to present a check to a player who didn't match any numbers for a draw game."
All or Nothing is the first Arizona Lottery game offering players the chance to win twice daily, Monday through Saturday, with drawings at approximately 10:30 a.m. and 6:59 p.m. Players have the option of manually picking ten numbers between 1 and 20 or choosing a computer-generated Quick Pick®. Players who match all or none of the selected numbers win the top prize of $25,000. There are eight ways to win, with other prizes ranging from $2 to $250. Tickets cost $2 each.
For more information about the new All or Nothing draw game, please visit ArizonaLottery.com.
Players must be 21 years or older to purchase or redeem tickets. Winners have 180 days from the drawing date to claim their prize at an Arizona Lottery office or by mail. Overall odds vary by game. All sales are final. In accordance with the ADA, these materials may be made available in an alternative format. Gambling Problem? Call 1.800.NEXT STEP (1-800-639-8783). Please Play Responsibly.
About the Arizona Lottery
The Arizona Lottery operates entirely from the revenue it generates through the sale of its products; it receives no General Fund dollars from the State. Proceeds from sales of Lottery tickets -- nearly $3.4 million per week -- fund a variety of state programs. Since July 1981, the Arizona Lottery has paid out more than $5.4 billion in prizes to players, more than $3 billion in net funding to the state and more than $638 million in commissions to retailers. Learn more at ArizonaLottery.com.