Michigan Lottery Players Encouraged to Earn Points from Non-Winning Tickets Before Jan. 2; All-In Giveaway Gives Players Chance to Win $25,000

Michigan Lottery players are encouraged to enter codes from any remaining non-winning tickets they have before the Players Club program ends Jan. 2.

Beginning Jan. 2, players will be able to use their remaining Players Club points for entries in the Lottery’s All-In Giveaway. Players who go “All-In” will be entered in a daily drawing Jan. 3 through Jan. 14 for a chance to win $500 gift cards, $500 in instant game tickets, event tickets, and a $25,000 grand prize. The sooner a player goes “All-In” the more prizes they are eligible to win.

Any unused points as of 11:59 p.m. on Jan. 14 will be converted to entries into the $25,000 grand prize drawing.

Beginning in mid-January, players will be able to earn free play easier than ever with the Michigan Lottery’s new rewards program.

The new program is based on research that found Lottery players want more chances to earn free play without entering non-winning ticket codes online, as required by the Lottery’s Players Club. To receive updates on the coming changes, players should visit www.MichiganLottery.com/email to opt-in for email.

The Cashword, Bingo, and Wild Time second chance games have been updated, and no longer award reward points. Instead, they award players free play coupons, and entries into weekly drawings for free instant tickets. These games will remain the same after the new rewards program begins.

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