Pair of $2M Okanagan homes grand prizes in Hometown Heroes Lottery
This year’s Hometown Heroes Lottery is offering two grand prizes in the Okanagan.
Participants could win a Kelowna condominium worth over $2.4 million or a Penticton house worth more than $2.4 million. Those are two of nine grand prizes.
The Kelowna condo is 2,436 square feet and contains three bedrooms and three bathrooms, along with a 1,200 square foot rooftop patio. It includes bonus prizes of $50,000 cash in lieu of furnishings, a Porsche Cayenne E-hybrid and $650,000 in cash.
The Penticton prize home contains 3,137 square feet along with four bedrooms and four bathrooms and a two car garage. It also comes with $50,000 cash in lieu of furnishings, a 2021 BMW 745LE sedan and $1.2 million in cash.
Other grand prize homes are located in South Surrey, Langley, Vancouver, Sooke, Courtney and North Vancouver.
Tickets for the 2021 Heroes lottery can be purchased online, by mail or in person. The cost is 3 for $75, 6 for $126 and 20 for $300. There’s also a 50/50 Plus draw and a Daily Cash Plus Draw. More details are available here.
The Hometown Heroes Lottery supports health care teams on the front lines at Vancouver General Hospital and University of B.C. Hospital Foundation. Tickets also support the programs of the B.C. Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund
Draw date is Tuesday, June 22.
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