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BOISE, Idaho – The Idaho Lottery is partnering with outdoor store Cabela’s on a new Scratch Game this spring. The new, $5 Cabela’s Cash Cooler game is debuting this week across Idaho Lottery retail locations and features two top prizes of $50,000, along with scores of $250 and $500 Cabela’s gift cards.
“Idahoan’s love the outdoors. Hiking, hunting, fishing, camping, and more. The $5 Cabela’s Cash Cooler Scratch game celebrates Idaho’s outdoor spirit with two top prizes of $50,000,” said Jeff Anderson, Idaho Lottery Director.
As part of the game, the Idaho Lottery is also partnering with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game during a series of spring kick-off events at Cabela’s stores across Idaho. These are the first in-store events Cabela’s has offered in two years. Idaho Fish and Game staff will be available to answer questions about Idaho hunting and fishing opportunities in the Gem State while the Idaho Lottery will host a promotional event. Players who purchase two Cabela’s tickets, or two of the $5 Cabela’s InstaPlay tickets, will win additional prizes and be entered to win a Cabela’s 22-quart cooler. Those who show a current 2022 fishing or hunting license will receive an additional entry to win the cooler.
Cabela’s Spring Events will occur on the following dates, times, and locations:
March 12, 2022 – Boise Cabela’s from 10 AM to 6 PM (MT)
March 19, 2022 – Post Falls Cabela’s from 10 AM to 4 PM (PT)
March 26, 2022 – Ammon Cabela’s from 10 AM to 4 PM (MT)
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The Idaho Lottery responsibly provides a variety of entertaining games featuring Powerball, Mega Millions, Scratch GamesTM, and PullTabs with a high degree of integrity to maximize the dividend for Idaho public schools and the permanent building fund. Since their inception in 1989, the Idaho Lottery has sold over $4.6 billion in products, awarded more than $2.8 billion in prizes to players, returned $270.9 million in retail commissions, and distributed $1.034 billion in Lottery dividends to Idaho public schools and buildings. To learn more, please visit www.idaholottery.com.
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