The lottery also offers a $1 “Jingle Bucks” Quickster that features top prizes of $100. In Quickster games, players circle or mark matching numbers or symbols with a pen or pencil to identify prizes. Tickets print from the same machines that print tickets for drawing games such as Powerball® and Mega Millions®.
At the holidays, New Mexico Lottery games are popular stocking stuffers, gift tags and party favors.
In the spirit of the season, the New Mexico Lottery is offering several player promotions. Until Feb. 8, players that purchase a minimum $10 Powerball® ticket have a chance to attend a VIP tailgate party with more than 100 athletes from the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Now until Dec. 3, players with two non-winning tickets from current $3 Scratcher games have an opportunity to win one of 100 prizes of $1,000. Information about all New Mexico Lottery promotions is available at “Second-Chance City” at www.nmlottery.com.
The New Mexico Lottery reminds players that they should not buy lottery tickets as gifts for children.
Legislative Lottery Scholarships
The sale of all New Mexico Lottery games funds a college tuition-assistance program. Since its inception in 1996, the New Mexico Lottery has raised $583 million for education and more than 82,600 students have attended college on Legislative Lottery Scholarships. More information about Legislative Lottery Scholarships is available at www.nmlottery.com.