Ok, so for my readers here in NJ or people visiting NJ you have to try out NJ Fast Play. I bought $15 worth of tickets. I went to my local 711 and bought the following:
I decided to purchase one Fast Cash game which are each $1. You can win up to $500 and the odds are 1 in 4. In order to win you have to match three winning symbols in any verticle, horiztonal, or diagnal line and you win the prize for that line. I didn’t win with this particular one.
The second game was one Red Hot numbers, each game is $1. You can win up to $1,000 and odds are 1 in 3.9. With this game you have to match your numbers to the hot numbers. In the prize legend, you have to find the total amount of matching numbers and win the corresponding prize. Win only the highest number of matches. If you find the symbol in your numbers you win $25 instantly. I didn’t win anything on this game either.
Next up I picked one Bling Bucks ticket for $5 and you can win up to $25,000 with odds being 1 in 3.2. In order to win you have to match three like prize amounts and win that amount. You also have a lucky diamond bonus where in either bonus game, get two like prize amounts and win that price automatically. Each bonus game has to be played separately. I didn’t win with this one either.
Last, but not least, I picked four Slots of Fun with games for $2 per ticket. You can win up to $5,009 and odds are 1 in 3.8. Find 3 winning symbols in a single spinn to win the prize shown. Find 2 winning symbols and a (insert sign on your ticket here) in a single spin, win double the prize shown. For this you can win multiple times on the ticket. I won a total of $5 with this game!
This was my first time playing any NJ lottery games, I’m usually the one purchasing them for my mom, but it was nice to have a winning ticket my first time!
**Please note that I was provided $15 to purchase the NJ Fast Play tickets as a sponsored post.
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