There’s a new lottery in town and it wants you to be Manitoba’s newest millionaire.
The 2017 HSC Millionaire Lottery launched Thursday, benefiting the Health Sciences Centre Foundation to acquire new life-saving and cutting-edge technology for the hospital.
Among the prizes are two stunning custom-built homes. A North River Heights home built my Pioneer Building is part of a package valued at $1.43 million, which also includes all furnishings, two BMWs, a trip to the Galapagos and Peru, and $220,000 cash.
If that isn’t your style, a $1.36 million package features a Headingley riverfront home by Maric Homes spanning 2,757 square feet and includes a BMW and $50,000 cash.
Does an ocean view tickle your fancy? A surfside yacht suite at an ocean cottage resort in Sooke, British Columbia can also be yours as part of a $1.36 million package. The prize includes with two BMWs, a trip to Bali and $210,000 cash.
“As Manitoba’s flagship hospital, we make a profound impact on the lives of patients across the province,” said Jonathon Lyon, president and CEO of the HSC Foundation. “By supporting the lottery, you’re helping us bring more life-saving technology, world-class programs, and services to HSC.”
If money is all you’re after, $1.1 million in tax-free cash can also be yours, along with 2,750 other smaller prizes.
Tickets for the lottery can be purchased at HSCMillionaire.com, by calling (204)253-5688 or 1-855-999-5688, in-person at the HSC Foundation, London Drugs in St. Vital Centre, Red River Co-op stores, and select Shoppers Drug Mart locations.
- Main lottery tickets are priced at one for $100, two for $175, four for $300, and eight for $500.
- 50/50 Plus ticket prices are: single ticket for $15, 6-Pack for $30, 20-Pack for $60.
- Big Passport Plus ticket prices are: single ticket for $20, 4-Pack for $40, and 8-Pack for $60.
ChrisD.ca live-streamed today’s media launch featuring lottery spokesperson and Winnipeg Blue Bombers great Milt Stegall. Watch a replay below from our Facebook page.