Lucky Number Tickets

Fundraiser based on the PA Daily Lottery Pick 3 Evening Drawing

Support Beth El Sisterhood in our fundraising campaign.   All proceeds support our families and our community. Each ticket purchased buys you 365 chances at cash winnings.

You choose your own numbers. Each number from 000 to 999 may be purchased by up to three individuals and all will receive the full payout. Winning numbers are determined by the Pennsylvania Daily Lottery Pick 3 evening drawing.

Lucky Numbers make great holiday gifts!

 

Payouts are as follows:

$100 days: First day of each month, plus July 4 and every day in December

$50 days: 5th, 10th, 15th, 20th, 25th and the last day of each month

$30 days: All remaining days

All winnings are mailed out within two weeks.

Deadline to Order:  December 31, 2017

Complete the online form (below) to choose your numbers and pay. We will let you know if your chosen number is sold out (a number can only be sold up to 3 times) and give you the chance to choose another number or receive a refund. If you are paying by check of credit card, payment is due within 7 days of placing your order.

Questions? Cheryl Kirshner at email hidden; JavaScript is required

Numbers that are No Longer Available (Sold Out)  

  • 104
  • 105
  • 279
  • 303
  • 412
  • 523
  • 613
  • 619
  • 720
  • 826

 


 

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