Imagine winning $1,000 a day for life with Daily Grand, Canada’s newest lottery18/10/2016
Poll shows most would buy a house, travel the world and donate to charities
What would you do if you won a $1,000 a day for the rest of your life? British Columbians over the age of 19 now have the chance to imagine what that would feel like with the launch of the new national lottery game, Daily Grand! This exciting new game has a true for life grand prize of $1,000 a day, empowering winners to make the most of every day.
BCLC asked players across B.C. what they would do if they won Daily Grand through a Vision Critical survey. 40 per cent of players said they would buy a new house, 54 per cent would donate to charity, 52 per cent would celebrate by travelling the world, and 37 per cent would ditch household chores by hiring a cleaner.
Daily Grand at a glance:
- Game launches on October 18, 2016 with the first draw on October 20, 2016
- Cost: $3 per selection
- Daily Grand will be drawn every Monday and Thursday and players can buy tickets up until 7:30 PT on draw day at their favourite lottery retailer or on PlayNow.com
- The grand prize for the game is $1,000 a day for the life of the winner
- The grand prize winner can also opt for a single cash payment option of $7 million
- Six numbers are drawn – five main numbers from 1-49 and one Grand number from 1-7
- To win the top prize, a player must match all five main numbers and the Grand number
- Odds of winning the top prize are 1 in 13,348,188 per $3 play
- Odds of winning the second prize are 1 in 2,224,698 per $3 play
- Odds of winning any prize are 1 in 6.8 per $3 play
To celebrate the launch of this new national game, BCLC is launching a contest asking people how they would spend $1,000 in a day. Beginning October 21st, those 19 years of age and older can enter their written submissions on DailyGrandContest.com. Winning entrants will be awarded with $1,000 and asked to submit a video of how they would spend $1,000 to make their day grander.
BCLC offers socially responsible gambling entertainment while generating income to benefit British Columbians. Remember, play for fun, not to make money. For more information visit GameSense.ca.