Grand Prairie Dream Home Lottery final ticket sales cut-off is this Sunday, April 24th.

GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alberta, April 20, 2016 — This week will be your last chance to buy tickets for the Grand Prairie Dream Home Lottery, as ticket sales close on Sunday at midnight! The lottery sold out last year, and tickets are already 83% sold out.

The dream home this year, located in Taylor Estates, is valued at $1.4 Million and features a stunning solid wood custom staircase, triple car garage, floor to ceiling windows, glass walled fitness room, a covered deck and large yard complete with fire-pit and landscaping. Here’s a snippet from their website describing the kitchen: “[it] is the jewel of the large, open concept living space, featuring custom cabinetry, granite countertops, and a massive island with a unique hammered copper sink. The open butler’s pantry is beautiful and functional, featuring a sink, built-in coffee maker, and custom shelving. Top-of-the-line Jenn-Aire appliances are found throughout.” Visit the lottery website to peruse photos, blueprints and to read the full description of the home.

According to the website, the following ticket options are available for purchase:

Dream Home:  Still available are one for $100 or three for $250.
Cash Jackpot 50-50™:  Still available are five for $40. ** current jackpot is at $302,000 (winner takes half)**
Cash Cow Calendar:  Still available is three for $50.  (One for $20 sold out).

The Cash Cow Calendar gives the chance to win up to $10,000 (tax free) a day on weekdays in May. The winners will be announced on local media between 7-7:30am- the specific radio stations to tune into are listed on the lottery’s website.

Triple Play Pack (best value):   3 Dream Home tickets, 5 Cash Jackpot 50-50 tickets, and 3 Cash Cow Calendar tickets:  $340.

Tickets can be purchased online at:; by telephone: 780-513-8887, toll free outside of Greater Grande Prairie 1-855-230-8887; or in person at the Dream Home or the Prairie Mall outlet by Coles Bookstore.

Raffle manager Kevin Hilgers says “we’re making money for our community and feel good about that considering the economic challenges our region faces.” The annual fundraiser has been in existence since 1993, raising millions of dollars for the community through the Rotary Club of Grande Prairie projects. One of these projects is the Rotary Wellness Centre at the new Grande Prairie Regional Hospital, “a home away from home when you need it most.” Proceeds will also support many partner groups in the community who help sell tickets for the lottery. For more information, visit the lottery’s Proceeds page.

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