Deadline Established to Claim Prizes in Those Games That Are Ending
DES MOINES, Iowa - As part of its standard procedures, the Iowa Lottery is officially ending 12 instant-scratch games and 15 pull-tab games and has established the deadlines by which players must claim prizes in them.
The lottery has announced the end date for the following 12 scratch games: "White Ice 9s," "Hot $50,000," "Win Pigs Fly," "Holiday Crossword," "Peppermint Super Crossword," "Merry Monopoly™," "Happy Howlidays," "Cash on the Spot," "Awesome Aces," "Triple Tripler," "Casino Royale" and "Bass Pro Shop®." Players have until the close of business on July 31 to claim prizes in those 12 games.
Players may visit an Iowa Lottery retailer or one of the lottery's offices in Council Bluffs, Storm Lake, Des Moines, Mason City and Cedar Rapids to claim scratch-game prizes.
The lottery has also announced the end date for the following 15 pull-tab games: "Big Lumber," "Top 10," "Forever Free," "Catch 'Em!," "Stack 'Em Up!," "Veterans Amazing 8s," "Cash Club," "Rock N Roll 7s," "Feline Da Blues," "Midnight Bells," "Deuces & Dice," "Riverboat Queen," "Easy Streak," "Gems & Cherries" and "Blazin' Cherries." Players have until the close of business on June 25, 2015, to claim prizes in those 15 games.
Winning pull-tab tickets must be redeemed at the same retailer where they were purchased.
The lottery replaces ending games with new games throughout the year. A complete list of current scratch and pull-tab games can be found on the lottery website at www.ialottery.com.
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