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Two Okanagan homes in $2.5M prize pool for hospital lottery

This home at The Ledge on the Rise in Vernon is one of two grand prize options in the Okanagan.
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Two of the eight grand prize home options for B.C. Children’s Hospital's 2023 lottery are in the Okanagan.

Each package is valued at more than $2.5 million and includes numerous other benefits along with the homes.

The winner will also have a ninth option: $2.3 million in tax free cash.

Other home choices are in Surrey, Langley, Vancouver and Vancouver Island.

The Sunset Ranch in Kelowna package includes a 2,225 square foot, four-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home at 57 Trickle Creek Drive in Kelowna.

The Sunset Ranch in Kelowna package includes a 2,225 square foot, four-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home at 57 Trickle Creek Drive in Kelowna.
The Sunset Ranch in Kelowna package includes a 2,225 square foot, four-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home at 57 Trickle Creek Drive in Kelowna.
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The prize package also includes gas and groceries for a year ($15,000 Save-on-Foods gift card or $11,000 cash, and $10,000 ESSO gift card or $7,500 cash), $50,000 in furnishings, a 2023 BMW IX Xdrive50 Electric, 2023 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 High Country Edition, a 2022 Renegade Vienna 25FWC Motorhome, and $1 million in cash for a total value of $2.6 million.

Another option is the Ledge at the Rise in Vernon package worth more than $2.5 million.

It’s a 2,436 square foot, four-bedroom, three bathroom house at #9-7735 Okanagan Hills Boulevard.

That prize package also includes the same gas and groceries for a year and $50,000 in furnishings but the vehicles are a 2023 Tesla Model X Long Range, a 2023 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 High Country Edition, a 2023 Crownline 200SS Motorboat, $45,000 in travel from Travel Best Bets, and $1 million in cash.

Along with the grand prize, there are 51 early bird prices worth more than $300,000. One of those early bird winners can choose between two prize packages worth $250,000. The others will get $1,000 each

Tickets, which are on sale until April 13, can be bought by phone, mail, online or in person at London Drug and Save-On Foods.

Grand prize tickets cost $100 for a package of three, $175 for six, $250 for nine and $500 for 20.

Another option is 50/50 Plus. That gives the winner half the jackpot created from those buying the tickets. Last year that was more than $2 million. Those tickets are two for $15, six for $30 or 16 for $60.

A third option is the Daily Cash Plus where three winners will get $25,000 each and there are numerous smaller prizes. Those tickets cost $25 for two or $50 for six.

Proceeds go to the B.C. Children’s Hospital that is visited by 138,000 children needing specialized care each year.

For more information or to buy tickets, go here.


To contact a reporter for this story, email Rob Munro or call 250-808-0143 or email the editor. You can also submit photos, videos or news tips to the newsroom and be entered to win a monthly prize draw.

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