Sales in MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES’ CLUB™ Lottery Game to Be Suspended


ALBUQUERQUE – Sales in the MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES’ CLUB™ lottery game will be suspended nationwide after the Dec. 26 drawing.

Since the game’s debut on Oct. 19, sales nationwide have been below industry projections.

“In any industry, innovation is the name of the game,” said New Mexico Lottery CEO David Barden. “We will continue to innovate on behalf of players who have asked for a game that shares the wealth among many winners rather than makes only a few people extraordinarily rich.”

In New Mexico, players can purchase tickets until 8 p.m. MT for the MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES’ CLUB drawing on Dec. 26.

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