Ohio Lottery second-chance drawing

Posted Oct 28, 2009

Today marks the entry deadline for the Ohio Lottery's $5 Cincinnati Bengals Instant Game second-chance drawing.

Players with non-winning Bengals instant game tickets can enter online by clicking here.

The drawing will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 4, with 117 prizes to be awarded. Prizes include game-worn jerseys, autographed merchandise, away-game trips, suite tickets and more.

This is the second of four second-chance drawings. Below is an itemized list of prizes that will be given away in Drawing No. 2:

» 12 Game Worn Jerseys
» 12 Autographed Footballs  
» 8 Autographed Helmets
» 8 Autographed Jerseys
» 25 Merchandise Packages
» 5 Pairs Season Tickets (2010 Season)
» 3 Pairs Club Seat Season Tickets (2010 Season)
» 35 Pairs Individual Game Tickets (11/29/09)
» 3 Pairs Pregame Sideline Passes and Game Tickets (11/29/09)
» 4 Suites (Two for 11/29/09, and two for 12/06/09)
» 1 Training Camp Experience (2010 season)
» 1 Road Trip to an Away game (12/13/09)

Since 1974, the Ohio Lottery has raised more than $16 billion to support K-12 education across Ohio. In Fiscal Year 2009, the Ohio Lottery transferred $702.3 million to the Lottery Profits Education Fund. For more information, please visit



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