The Pennsylvania Lottery is again offering its Second-Chance Drawing, called the $100,000 Wish List Second-Chance Drawing. It gives players a chance to enter qualifying eligible tickets to win additional prizes. Players can submit non-winning 2020 holiday-themed Scratch-Off and Fast Play tickets, as well as qualifying winning and non-winning Draw Game tickets, including Keno.

“This year, the player gets the option to select the drawing they would like to enter for each product category. Players may submit their qualifying tickets into either the Naughty List Drawing or Nice List Drawing for their respective game. The prizes for the Nice List Drawing are known ahead of time and are featured prominently on the website, but the prizes for the Naughty List Drawing are not visible before the drawing, adding an extra element of excitement for our players,” said Kara Sparks, Director of Products, Pennsylvania Lottery.

Three player-favorites from last year are being relaunched this year: Snow Me the Money, Frosty Fun, and Walrus Winnings. “By offering a variety of different game themes and mechanics, we give our players a variety of seasonal games to play, which most appeal to them during this very popular time period for our players,” explained Sparks.

The lottery is partnering with select Pennsylvania Lottery retailers for Second-Chance Drawings specific to their stores. There are no promo codes required.
The lottery’s holiday Scratch-Offs and Fast Play games have a bonus code printed on them informing players that if they play holiday games online from the lottery, they then could be awarded bonus money by using the bonus code on the Scratch-Off or Fast Play game.

The lottery is also tying purchases of its nine eInstant holiday games to a free scratch-off ticket offer at retailers.

“Our Pennsylvania Lottery online holiday games had a play-get offer. Payers who played a certain amount on the online platform (iLottery) received a coupon for a free PA Lottery Holiday Scratch-Off ticket,” said Kelley Grimm, iLottery Games Product Manager, Pennsylvania Lottery.