When lotteries make mistakes, it often benefits the players. This is because many lotteries are willing to offer concessions in order to preserve the integrity of the games they offer.
The New Year’s Day Super Draw of the CT Lottery suffered a glitch when 100,000 ticket numbers were inadvertently excluded from the draw. To make things right, the CT lottery has announced that there will be a second draw. This time the entire range of eligible tickets will be included.
The CT lottery has advised each ticket buyer to hold on to their tickets as all of them will be eligible to win the prize. Those who have discarded their tickets may contact the lottery who will then investigate their claims. To the benefit of lottery players, all winning numbers from both draws will be honored. The prize money for the second draw will be taken from unclaimed winnings.
Read more in https://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/Second-Super-Draw-Lottery-Planned-Due-to-Error-in-Range-of-Tickets-467561443.html
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