DENVER,Sept. 26, 2013 – Since the April 28 launch of the Colorado Lottery’s newest game, Pick 3, retailers in El Paso County have sold approximately $367,000 in winning Pick 3 tickets and 430 top-prize Pick 3 tickets of $250 and above!

The Murray Sinclair at 943 N. Murray Blvd., in Colorado Springs is El Paso County’s luckiest Pick 3 retailer – they have sold 13 Pick 3 top-prize tickets. 

Statewide, Pick 3 has been generating approximately 16 top-prize winners a day ($250 and above).

Playing Pick 3 is easy. To play, pick three numbers from 0-9 or choose “Quick Pick,” choose your bet type and choose your bet amount ($.50 or $1). Drawings are held daily at 7:36 p.m.

In FY13Colorado Lottery retailers located in El Paso County sold 362 winning Lottery tickets worth more than $599! Those high-tier winning tickets were collectively worth $6,331,362! El Paso County sold two BIG winners last year; each ticket was worth $1,000,000. Both tickets were Mega Millions winners sold in Colorado Springs, one purchased at a Diamond Shamrock and the other at the Everyday Store.

Since the inception of the Lottery $163.1 millionhas been returned to El Paso County.

During the calendar year of 2012, Lottery retailers in the City of Colorado Springs have collectively produced more 13.8 million in Lottery proceeds to improve the quality of life within the state.

Examples of these Lottery contributions can be seen in the $650,000 spent to develop the Clear Spring Ranch Trail/Fountain Creek - Rivers Initiative in 2012, and the $39,700 that went towards the Blodgett Peak Open Space Fire Restoration in the City of Colorado Springs in 2013.

For a complete list of projects in Larimer County that were funded with Lottery dollars, please visit our website at http://www.coloradolottery.com/GIVING-BACK/PROJECTS-BY-COUNTY/COUNTY-DETAILS/county/ElPaso

About Colorado Lottery
Proceeds from the Colorado Lottery’s games – Lotto, Cash 5, Pick 3, Mega Millions, Powerball and Scratch - stay in Colorado to improve the quality of life in the state. The Lottery has returned more than $2.5 billion to the state of Colorado since it was established. Through Great Outdoors Colorado, the Conservation Trust Fund and Colorado State Parks, the Lottery has provided funding for new trails, precious open space and wildlife protection. For more information, visit www.coloradolottery.com.


September 26, 2013
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