since the new game began on September 19, 2013.
|Top Prize Cash Option|
|1 winner||Five million, seven hundred fifty thousand dollars ($5,750,000.00)|
|2 to 14 winners||Five million, seven hundred fifty thousand dollars ($5,750,000.00)*|
|*divided by the number of winners|
|Top Prize Lump Sum Cash Payment|
|15 or more winners||Seven million, one hundred twenty five thousand dollars ($7,125,000.00)*|
|*divided by the number of winners|
|Second Prize Cash Option|
|1 to 20 winners||Three hundred ninety thousand dollars ($390,000.00)|
|Second Prize Lump Sum Cash Payment|
|21 or more winners||Nine million, four hundred thousand dollars ($9,400,000.00)*||*divided by the number of winners|
LEARN MORE ABOUT LUCKY FOR LIFE
New England's Lucky for Life game offers a top prize of up to $1,000 a DAY for LIFE! The second prize is now a recurring prize of $25,000 a YEAR for LIFE! There are eight other ways to win prizes up to $3,000! Lucky for Life's top prize is guaranteed to be paid to winners for a minimum of 20 years!
Bridgeport Woman’s Lucky “$25,000 a Year for Life” Second Prize is Second to None
Nancy Levine takes the "Lucky for Life lump-sum cash prize option worth $390,000
When is learning that you didn’t win first prize a totally awesome experience? When you’re Nancy Levine of Bridgeport and you’ve just found out that you’ve won the CT Lottery’s “Lucky for Life” draw game’s second prize worth $25,000 a year for life.
Norwood man ‘Stoked’ after
doubling his luck
When Kenneth J. Stokes of Norwood received a call from a Massachusetts Lottery representative notifying him that his Lucky for Life season ticket won a $25,000 a Year for Life prize in the Monday, October 20th drawing, he was predictably excited to learn of his good fortune. As it turns out, when the phone conversation ended, he literally didn’t know the half of it.
Moments later, it occurred to Stokes that he forgot all about the season ticket he received as a gift from his family, so he also played a second ticket for that evening’s drawing bearing the same six numbers as his season ticket, all representing family birthdays. Now doubly excited, Stokes promptly called the Lottery representative back to inform her of his second lucky ticket.
Lucky Andover Couple Are Two Time “Lifetime” Lottery Prize Winners
Mary and Gary Sherman have each won lottery prizes that will pay out for the rest of their lives
How lucky can two people get? In the case of Gary and Mary Sherman of Andover, very, very lucky.
In March 2009, Gary revealed a top prize winning game symbol on a “Win for Life 15th Edition” instant ticket worth $5,000 a month for life, with a minimum total payout of $1,000,000. Yesterday, Gary returned to Lottery headquarters in Rocky Hill with his wife, Mary. It was Mary’s turn to claim a “Lucky for Life” draw game second prize – worth $25,000 a year for life – for the October 20th drawing.
Withrow wins in Winthrop
Robert Withrow of Winthrop is the winner of a $25,000 a Year for Life prize in the multi-state “Lucky for Life” drawing held Monday, September 29, 2014.
Withrow’s Quic Pic ticket matched the first five numbers in the drawing to claim the game’s number two prize. He chose to receive his winnings in a one-time cash payment of $390,000 (less taxes).
Dorchester resident wins “Lucky for Life”
Alice Ryan of Dorchester is one of two Massachusetts residents to win a $25,000 a year for life prize in the multi-state “Lucky for Life” drawing held Thursday, September 4, 2014.
Ryan used birth dates to come up with her winning combination. She opted to receive her winnings from the Lucky for Life game’s second prize in the form of a one-time cash payment option of $390,000 (less taxes).
NEW ENGLAND LOTTERIES JOINTLY ISSUE A REQUEST FOR INFORMATION
In March of 2012, for the first time in history, the six New England Lotteries joined together to offer their players a great new opportunity to win BIG! Now they want to join forces again…