Year of Fortune
Celebrate the Year of Fortune
It's going to be a great year to play Year of Fortune Scratchers. With 30 Chances to WIN UP TO $5,000,000, a 10X and 20X multiplier, this just might bring luck to your day.
Game Number: 1494
Overall odds: 1 in 3.00
Cash odds: 1 in 4.29
Odds and Available Prizes
Last Updated Aug 19, 2022 02:31:03 a.m.
This table reflects all Scratchers prizes for this game. After game start, some prizes, including top prizes, may have been claimed. Odds are rounded to the nearest whole number.
Go to Scratchers 2nd Chance program to submit your non-winning tickets for another way to win!
|Prizes||Odds 1 in||Prizes Remaining|
|$5,000,000||3,086,130||4 of 6|
|$100,000||117,941||65 of 157|
|$2,500||3,977||2,170 of 4,656|
|$500||464||14,693 of 39,872|
|$250||355||19,176 of 52,212|
|$100||89||76,700 of 208,440|
|$75||60||113,396 of 308,779|
|$50||30||228,092 of 617,226|
|$40||30||227,908 of 617,226|
|$30||15||458,627 of 1,234,452|
|$25||15||458,851 of 1,234,452|
|Ticket||10||699,664 of 1,851,678|
- Match any of "YOUR NUMBERS" to any of the eight "WINNING NUMBERS," win that prize.
- Uncover a “10X” or “20X” symbol to automatically multiply and win that corresponding prize.
- Uncover a “TIGER” symbol, WIN ALL 30 PRIZES AUTOMATICALLY!
$100,000 TOTAL in Scratchers 2nd Chance Weekly Pool Draws
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