Lottery's biggest prizes still up for grabs
London, Ontario - Those with visions of plum new home (or $1 million in cash) dancing
in their heads, only have a few days to get the ticket that can make those dreams
a reality. Dream Lottery's final deadline is Thursday at midnight. The final draw
prizes for Dream Lottery will be announced a little more than two weeks after Christmas
- on January 10, 2019.
Whether the dream is a furnished, $1.8 million Millstone Silverleaf Dream home in
Southwest London, or a furnished, downtown Tricar Azure Dream condo with $500,000
cash, or the $1 million all-cash option, it's the only way to stuff a new home into
a holiday present. In addition to the home-or-cash top prize, there are vehicles,
vacations, cash and gift cards to be won in the final draw.
Tickets are still available for London's largest 50/50, which sits at more than
$841,000 (winner takes half), and the Riches & Relaxation Calendar with chances
at a prize every day in February 2019. The 50/50 winner will also be announced on
January 10. You must order a Dream ticket before you can order a 50/50 ticket or
a calendar. 50/50 and calendar sales will also close Thursday at midnight.
In addition to the ticket sales closing, this is the last week to visit the Millstone
Dream home in person, with extended hours this Thursday from noon to 7 p.m. (the
Tricar Azure Dream condo is now closed). The homes will remain closed after the
Each purchase of a Dream Lottery ticket helps change the lives of patients from
across the region who need the specialized services of London Health Sciences Centre,
Children's Hospital at LHSC and St. Joseph's Health Care London. Dream Lottery has
raised more than $33.6 million (net) since 1996 for innovative technology and equipment,
ground-breaking research, and continuing medical training that enables doctors,
nurses and staff to provide exceptional, patient-centred, life-changing care.
To see how Dream Lottery helps these hospitals make a difference, read about our
three featured patients online at dreamitwinit.ca/proceeds/.
Dream Lottery is a joint venture of London Health Sciences Foundation, Children's
Health Foundation, and St. Joseph's Health Care Foundation. Together, London Health
Sciences Centre, Children's Hospital at LHSC and St. Joseph's Health Care London
receive more than 1.9 million patient visits from across Southwestern Ontario and
beyond each year. In addition to caring for London-area residents, the hospitals
are referral centres providing specialized services in support of the excellent
care of the region's community hospitals.