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Washington's Lottery Giving Away Seahawks New Jersey Bound Prize Package

NBCRightNow.com - The Seahawks are New Jersey bound. So now Washington's Lottery is giving the NFL's loudest fans a chance to cheer on their favorite team.

Thanks to Safeway stores, one Seahawks fan has the opportunity to win two tickets to see the Hawks take on Denver in New Jersey on Sunday, February 2nd.

Fans can buy a $10 Lotto ticket at any Safeway store or Safeway Fuel Center in the state between Monday, January 20th and Wednesday, January 22nd. The purchaser will then receive a mail-in voucher for a chance to win a Seahawks New Jersey Bound Prize Package.

There is only one package to win and includes the following:
- Two tickets to the game in New Jersey on Sunday, February 2
- Airfare for two
- Hotel stay (double occupancy)
- $500 VISA gift card

Additional prizes will also be awarded, including:
- 12 winners will receive a $500 Seahawks Pro Shop gift card
- 12 winners will receive a $200 Seahawks Pro Shop gift card

Fans must adhere to the following guidelines in order to be eligible to win the Seahawks New Jersey Bound Prize Package:
- Multiple entries per envelope allowed
- Entry voucher must be complete and legible
- Make voucher to:
WL-NEW JERSEY BOUND
PO BOX 43012
OLYMPIA WASHINGTON 98504-3012

For more information, click here.

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