Est. Cash Value: $18.6 Million
Scratch Ticket Details
Game No. 1628 – Weekly Grand
- Over $39 million in prizes in this game!
- You could win $1,000 per week for 20 years!
- Win up to 4 times!
- Pack Size: 125 tickets
- Guaranteed Total Prize Amount = $114per pack
- ***Not to exceed $1,040,000 total
( Scratch Ticket Prizes Claimed as of January 25, 2021. )
There are approximately 30,595,750* tickets in Weekly Grand.
* The number of actual prizes available in a game may vary based on the number of tickets manufactured, testing, distribution, sales and number of prizes claimed.
Overall odds of winning any prize in Weekly Grand are 1 in 3.96** (see back of ticket for complete odds disclaimer).
**Overall odds are based on the End of Production Prize Structure.
NOTICE: Game closing procedures may be initiated for documented business reasons. These games may have prizes unclaimed, including top prizes. In addition, game closing procedures will be initiated when all top prizes have been claimed. During closing, games may be sold even after all top prizes have been claimed. For more current information about scratch tickets, call 1-800-375-6886.
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Fort Worth Man Claims “Weekly Grand” Texas Lottery Prize
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – A big payoff for a Fort Worth man who “scratched” his way to a lottery win worth more than $800,000.
George West claimed the top prize of $1,000 per week for 20 years after buying a winning Weekly Grand scratch off ticket. Instead of waiting until 2037 to get his dough, West opted for a cash value, lump payment of $828,089.60.
(credit: Texas Lottery)
West bought his winning ticket at the No. 7 Food Mart at 1201 Country Club Lane in Fort Worth. The retailer there is eligible for a $10,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket.
This is the 3rd of five top prizes available in the Weekly Grand game, which offers more than $49 million in total prizes.A big payoff for a Fort Worth man who "scratched" his way to a lottery win worth more than $800,000. ]]>