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Social Media & Website Contest Results

Here are the results of our latest social media and website contests!

FacebookFacebook Contests

May 18-19, 2015: Congratulations to the winners in our May Facebook contest! Our three lucky winners each get $20 in the $5 "30 Somethings" scratch game and some cool lottery swag. And don't forget, any nonwinning 30 Somethings scratch tickets are eligible for the 30 Somethings Play It Again® promotion!

  • Kate Lemon, Keokuk
  • Kathryn Bohlen, Newton
  • Paul Rimmert, Centerville

This month's question was: What type of ticket did the Iowa Lottery first offer when it began sales in August 1985? The answer: Scratch Ticket - It was a $1 game called 'Scratch, Match & Win!'




April 20-21, 2015: Congratulations to the winners in our April Facebook contest! Our three lucky winners each get $20 in the $1 "Lucky 7s" scratch game and a lottery T-shirt:

  • Pam Bennington, Grinnell
  • Amanda Wiederien, Urbandale
  • Kathrine Hammen, Rockwell

Our question for this month's contest was: If you win one of the Lucky 7s top prizes of $2,000, which of the lottery's five offices will you visit to claim your prize? All answers - Cedar Rapids, Clive, Council Bluffs, Mason City or Storm Lake - were accepted.

TwitterTwitter Contests

May. 12, 2015: Congratulations to the following players selected in our May Twitter contest, who each won $20 in the $5 "30 Somethings" scratch game, which is eligible in our 30 Somethings Play It Again® promotion:

  • @SteveKuehn1 (Steve Kuehn of De Witt)
  • @kordog71 (Kori Cunningham of Newton)
  • @barelyberlee (Kimberly Boggs of Cedar Rapids)

Thanks to everyone who entered the contest. The correct answer was 1985. (The Iowa Lottery got its start in what year?)




Apr. 14, 2015: Congratulations to the following players selected in our April Twitter contest, who each won $20 in the $1 "Lucky 7s" scratch game:

  • @jyray2 (Jeannine Ray of Des Moines)
  • @scoochnew (Scott Neuroth of Webster City)
  • @SusanDryden (Susan Dryden of Clarence)

Thanks to everyone who entered the contest. The correct answer was Cedar Rapids, Clive, Council Bluffs, Mason City or Storm Lake. (The Iowa Lottery has offices in five communities across the state, name one of them?)