Which Full House Dream Home is your favourite?

EDMONTON, ALBERTA, January 19, 2024 — This year Full House Lottery is offering three prize homes – which means you have three chances to win a home, plus dozens of chances at vacations, luxury cars and cash.

Three homes. Three locations. Three different lifestyles!

A warm welcome in Southwest Edmonton

This four-bedroom home by Legacy is located in Keswick, one of most sought-after communities in Edmonton. With four bedrooms, it combines chic modern design with cozy living for a family or couple. You’ll never tire of the special features, like the stunning 2-story fireplace, perfect for snug evenings in.

And for the first time ever, you can choose the dream home OR $1,000,000 cash.


Sophisticated living in St. Albert

This prestigious Executive Townhouse by Averton, with an enormous outdoor terrace and rooftop firetable, is urban sophistication at its finest. Just steps away from nature and the Red Willow Trails, Midtown’s community plaza buzzes with live events and neighbourly conversations. (Plus a dog park for your four-legged friend).

Choose this spacious townhome and its three bedrooms, or take the $1,000,000 cash prize option. The choice is yours!

Your retreat in the Okanagan

The third prize home is a gorgeous vacation condo in the heart of Kelowna’s Central District, where you can escape to exquisite wineries, sun-kissed beaches and the downtown foodie paradise on the waterfront, all nestled beneath scenic mountains – plus the nearby golf courses and ski resorts.

Whether you come home again is up to you.

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Support the Royal Alex and University of Alberta Hospitals

Every Full House Lottery ticket supports the Royal Alexandra and University of Alberta Hospitals, and millions of patients across Alberta that receive care there –  from Fort McMurray to Edmonton, Calgary and beyond.

Patients like Bryce Bezooyen, a father of four from Edson, who was transported to the University of Alberta Hospital after a hunting accident ruptured his femoral artery. The hospital is host to Northern Alberta’s only Level One trauma centre, meaning all the most critical cases end up there.

The specialized trauma team lept into action and less than an hour later, Bryce received life-saving surgery. Because of support from ticket buyers like you, a 39-year-old dad got to go home to his kids.

Support your hospitals in providing life-saving care to Albertans like Bryce.


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