Two Drawings on Tuesday Nights = Two Chances to Win.
MIDDLETOWN, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 30, 1999--
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During May, It's Two-for-Tuesday at the Pennsylvania Lottery The Pennsylvania Lottery is the state lottery of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It was created by the Pennsylvania Legislature on August 26, 1971 and that October, Henry Kaplan was appointed as its first Executive Director. The Lottery premiered on March 7, 1972. and that means a bonus for Daily Number players.
Lottery lottery, scheme for distributing prizes by lot or other method of chance selection to persons who have paid for the opportunity to win. The term is not applicable when lots are drawn without payment by the interested parties to determine some matter, e.g. will conduct a bonus drawing of The Daily Number each Tuesday in May 1999 -- four drawings in all -- May 4, May 11, May 18 and May 25.
During the Two-for-Tuesday player promotion, the Lottery drawing official will select the three balls a pawnbroker's sign or shop.
See also: Ball for the The Daily Number drawing. However, on Tuesday evenings in May after the drawing of the first three-digit Daily Number game, the Lottery official will release the previously selected balls back into their respective machines.
The Lottery official then will draw a second, three-digit Daily Number for that evening.
Players will use their same set of numbers for both Daily Number drawings. There is no need to purchase a second ticket. The Lottery will pay the established prize structure for each set of numbers drawn.
Each Daily Number combination is unique and independent of the other Daily Number combination drawn. There can be no cross-use of any numbers selected. To win, players may not use a number from the first Daily Number drawn in combination with numbers in the second Daily Number drawn.
The Pennsylvania Lottery remains the only state lottery A game of chance operated by a state government.
Generally a lottery offers a person the chance to win a prize in exchange for something of lesser value. Most lotteries offer a large cash prize, and the chance to win the cash prize is typically available for one dollar. that exclusively targets its proceeds to benefit older citizens.
The Lottery began 26 years ago and now is approaching the $11 billion-mark in contributions to program benefits that have expanded to support property tax and rent rebates, free and reduced-fare transit for older Pennsylvanians, a co-pay prescription drug prescription drug Prescription medication Pharmacology An FDA-approved drug which must, by federal law or regulation, be dispensed only pursuant to a prescription–eg, finished dose form and active ingredients subject to the provisos of the Federal Food, Drug, program (PACE and PACENET) and the 52 Area Agencies on Aging located throughout the Commonwealth. Players must be 18 years of age or older.