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Scratch-Off Tickets to go on Sale Nov. 25

This Thanksgiving, Mississippians can nibble on a turkey leg with one hand and scratch-off lottery tickets with the other now that the Mississippi Lottery Corporation announced scratch-off tickers will go on sale starting Nov. 25.

“The earlier start date reflects our rapid progress,” said MLC President Tom Shaheen.

In anticipation, the MLC has started mailing acceptance letters to the first approved lottery retailers. Letters will continue to be mailed as more retailers are approved. Approvals are based on retailers meeting the requirements in the Alyce G. Clarke Lottery Law and providing all the requisite information in the retailer package. They must also successfully pass required background, financial, tax and credit checks.

“We are beyond excited about working with such a great group of retailers,” Shaheen said. “The acceptance letter includes next step information addressing retailer training and store preparation for lottery terminals and equipment. Retailers will also receive a lottery certificate, which is required to be visibly posted in their location.

“The pillar of the lottery is having successful retailers on board,” he continued. “We are working with retailers to ensure they are well-prepared for launch.”

For those potential retailers who have not signed up and are interested, visit www.mslotteryhome.com and click on “Retailer Resources.” There is no limit to the number of retailers the MLC may accept.


Courtesy of the Mississippi Lottery Corporation

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