The newest version of the Houston Texans scratch-off game from the Texas Lottery® is back with instant-win prizes up to $100,000 and second-chance prizes perfect for any football fan.
"The Houston Texans and their fans know how to celebrate game day," said Texas Lottery Commission Executive Director Gary Grief. "We are glad to add the fun of scratch-offs to this proud football tradition."
This is the fifth version of the game. To date, the Houston Texans scratch-off games have resulted in $92.8 million in sales with $62.7 million in prizes awarded to winners. The new $5 game offers more than $19 million in total prizes.
This year, the Houston Texans game features 10 instant-win top prizes of $100,000 each. Players who don't win instantly may enter their tickets into any of the five promotional second-chance drawings to be held throughout the run of the game. More than 300 prizes will be awarded in each of the drawings. The promotional second-chance drawing prizes are:
• Private Plane Away Game Trip – Owner for a Weekend- Prize package includes travel by private plane to and from an away game, hotel accommodations, police escort to game, suite tickets, pregame sideline access, opportunity to meet the team's owner and more.
• Texans Tailgate – Prize package includes travel, hotel accommodations, a Texans tailgate with refreshments and entertainment, a Texans-branded gas grill, 10 tickets to a home game with pre-game sideline passes and a Texans merchandise gift bag.
• VIP Texans Season Tickets Package- Prize includes two sets of season tickets located between the 30 yard lines for the next two complete seasons of Texans home games, a Texans merchandise gift bag and two pregame sideline passes to a preseason game.
• Autographed authentic jersey from a Texans star player.
"We are excited to offer winners of the Houston Texans scratch-off games the opportunity to participate in some unique behind-the-scenes experiences this fall," said Texans President Jamey Rootes. "We are also proud to support public education throughout the state of Texas through the lottery's Foundation School Fund."