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LEGAL NOTICE:
These Texas Lottery Commission Scratch-Off games will close on July 3, 2013. You have until December 30, 2013, to redeem any tickets for these games: #1386 Hit $100 ($2) overall odds are 1 in 4.38, #1402 Amazing 8’s ($1) overall odds are 1 in 4.69, #1424 Dallas Cowboys ($5) overall odds are 1 in 3.67, #1425 Houston Texans ($5) overall odds are 1 in 3.66, #1458 Lucky 3’s ($3) overall odds are 1 in 3.72, #1472 Double Action ($10) overall odds are 1 in 3.18, #1475 Wild Doubler $$ ($1) overall odds are 1 in 4.56, #1479 Match 3 Tripler ($1) overall odds are 1 in 4.43, #1481 Wild Cherry ($1) overall odds are 1 in 4.56, #1482 Neon 9’s ($2) overall odds are 1 in 4.14, #1484 $100,000 Winnings ($5) overall odds are 1 in 3.83, #1485 $100,000 Cash ($5) overall odds are 1 in 4.20, #1489 Blackjack Tripler ($2) overall odds are 1 in 4.21, #1503 $50,000 Fast Cash ($5) overall odds are 1 in 3.11. The odds listed here are the overall odds of winning any prize in a game, including break-even prizes. Lottery retailers are authorized to redeem prizes of up to and including $599. Prizes of $600 or more must be claimed in person at a Lottery Claim Center or by mail with a completed Texas Lottery claim form; however, annuity prizes or prizes over $1,000,000 must be claimed in person at the Commission Headquarters in Austin. Call Customer Service at 1-800-37LOTTO or visit the Lottery Web site at txlottery.org for more information and location of nearest Claim Center. The Texas Lottery is not responsible for lost or stolen tickets, or for tickets lost in the mail. Tickets, transactions, players, and winners are subject to, and players and winners agree to abide by, all applicable laws, Commission rules, regulations, policies, directives, instructions, conditions, procedures, and final decisions of the Executive Director. A Scratch-Off game may continue to be sold even when all the top prizes have been claimed. Must be 18 years of age or older to purchase a Texas Lottery ticket. PLAY RESPONSIBLY. The Texas Lottery supports Texas education.

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