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Washington’s Lottery giving Seahawks fans a chance to attend saturday’s postseason game

12s are invited to celebrate Seattle’s postseason run this Tuesday and enter to win a Postseason Away Game Prize Package for Jan 14 match-up against San Francisco

Olympia, Wash. (January 9, 2023) – To celebrate the Seattle Seahawks’ incredible win in overtime against Los Angeles on Sunday, Washington’s Lottery will host a Seahawks postseason event tomorrow, January 10, from 4:45 to 7 p.m. at Tacoma Mall, where two lucky fans and their guests will win a trip to cheer on the Seahawks as they go up against San Francisco on Saturday, January 14, in the postseason game.

During the Lottery event, Seahawks legend Lofa Tatupu will be signing autographs, and Blitz will pose for photos.

Guests who purchase $10 worth of Washington’s Lottery $75,000 Cash Scratch tickets during the event will receive an entry to be entered for the chance to win one of two Postseason Away Game Prize Packages. Each package includes the following:

  • Roundtrip airfare for two
  • A two-night hotel stay
  • Two tickets to the Seahawks vs. San Francisco game
  • A $400 Visa gift card

Six second-place winners will receive a $200 Pro Shop Gift Card, and six third-place winners will receive a $100 Pro Shop Gift Card.

Guests who purchase one pack (50 tickets) of Washington’s Lottery $5 – $75,000 Cash Scratch tickets for $250 will receive 25 entries for the drawing and a guaranteed win of $150.

The event will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 4:45 p.m. at the Macy’s Court inside Tacoma Mall, 4502 S Steele St. Tickets will be on sale from 4:45 to 6:45 p.m. and the drawing will be held at 7 p.m. You do not need to be present at the drawing to win, but the selected winners of the trip must be available by phone by 9 p.m. on January 10, 2023, or they will be disqualified.

For event details and official rules visit

Making a Difference in Washington State
Since 1982, Washington’s Lottery has generated more than $4.5 billion to support several important state programs, including providing much-needed funds for the Washington Opportunity Pathways Account (WOPA). In FY21, WOPA received $185.7 million from the Lottery, enough to pay college tuition for more than 18,000 Washington residents. It also provided approximately 25% of the annual budget for the state’s Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program, which provides critical services to more than 15,000 children at 440 locations across Washington.

Washington’s Lottery Beneficiary Fact – April 2022
Washington’s Lottery is very proud to be a financial supporter of the state’s Early Childhood Education & Assistance Program (ECEAP). The $40 million annual investment the lottery makes in ECEAP has lasting effects. Children who participate in ECEAP are more likely to be kindergarten-ready than non-participants, and those who participate five or more hours per day are especially prepared in reading and math.* Children in state-funded pre-K programs like ECEAP see long-lasting positive effects, including increased grade progression, high school graduation and college enrollment.**

About Washington’s Lottery: The state’s Lottery offers consumers several types of games, including Mega Millions, Powerball, Lotto, Hit 5, Match 4, Pick 3, Daily Keno and Scratch. For more information, visit or find us on FacebookTwitter and Instagram at @walottery.

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Dan Miller (Curator on behalf of Washington’s Lottery)

Xiamara Garza (Curator on behalf of Washington’s Lottery)


* Early Learning Feedback Report.

** Boston Public Schools Department of Early Childhood. (n.d.). Boston universal pre-K. Retrieved June 9, 2021, from