Washington’s Lottery and the Seattle Seahawks have launched a new scratch ticket this month in honour of their long-standing partnership.
The two have worked side-by-side since 1998, collaborating on tailgate events, meet and greets, and much more.
This new scratch ticket – the 13th Seahawks scratch ticket from Washington’s Lottery – for the 2022/23 season will give supporters the chance to win up to $50,000.
Additional prizes include 2023 Seahawks season tickets and an ‘ultimate gameday experience’ including a meet and greet with Cliff Avril and Kam Chancellor, icons of the NFL side.
“We’re thrilled for another year of working with the Seahawks on fan engagement and are proud to continue our partnership with them this season,” said Marcus Glasper, Director of Washington’s Lottery.
“We enjoy finding new ways to bring fans excitement as we celebrate both the Seahawks and lottery, so that every day feels like it’s game day.”
The new scratch tickets launch today, August 15, and cost $5 each from official, authorised retailers of Washington’s Lottery.
The second chance drawings will take place on October 12 and November 30, as well as on January 11, 2023. To be eligible for the October 12 drawing, entries must be received by October 8; for the November 30 drawing, entries must be received by November 26; and for the January 11 drawing, entries must be received by January 7.
Non-winning Seahawks scratch tickets may be mailed-in for three second chance drawings to win cash and prizes.
“The Seahawks are excited to continue our long-standing partnership with Washington’s Lottery to bring unique and fun Seahawks-themed prizes to our fans,” added Seahawks Chief Revenue Officer Amy Sprangers.
“We are proud that campaigns like Seahawks Scratchhelp support the lottery’s efforts to fund important community programmes, including education initiatives for youth across the state.”
Since 1982, Washington’s Lottery has generated more than $4.5bn to support several important state programmes, including providing much-needed funds for the Washington Opportunity Pathways Account (WOPA).
Last month, the lottery celebrated its 40th anniversary with the unveiling of a new scratch ticket game to reflect on its contributions to educational causes over four decades.