Wait what? Kroger, Walmart giving out cash ball coupons


According to the news update, the statement shows that the Kentucky Lottery officials announced a program. In which anyone over the age of 18 who received their first or second COVID-19 vaccine dose at Kroger or Walmart would receive a voucher for a free lottery ticket.


Yup you heard it right! The lottery is offering vouchers for 225,000 free Kentucky Cash Ball tickets for this ongoing promotion. Kentucky Cash Ball is a night draw game with a grand prize of $ 225,000.

Wait what Kroger Walmart giving out cash ball coupons

Here is the official statement “We hope that by literally injecting a little fun into the process, more people will be vaccinated,” said Mary Harville, Kentucky Lottery President and CEO. “This is good for Kentucky business, it’s good for the Kentucky Lottery. And it’s good for the University of Kentucky students who rely on us through scholarship and grants programs that finance our earnings.” I hope this $ 225,000 shot will be the catalyst for more Kentucky residents to get a vaccine. Kentucky Governor Andy Peshire said. “Helping keep Kentucky communities safe and a free chance to win hundreds of thousands of dollars is a win-win for everyone involved. Thank you, Kentucky Lottery, Walmart and Kroger, for this wonderful example of Team Kentucky Spirit.”

Now, you must be wondering how it works? This promotion is valid at all Kentucky Kroger locations that have a pharmacy or small clinic and at all Kentucky Walmart locations that sell lottery tickets. Each of these retail partners includes more than 170 locations throughout the Commonwealth. When someone goes to one of these locations to get the COVID-19 vaccine, they’ll receive a voucher for a free Cash Ball 225 lottery ticket while supplies run out. Participants must be 18 years or older. While, the offer is valid until next Friday (May 21) or until 225,000 tickets run out. Coupons can be redeemed at any KFC Lottery retailer from now until June 1st.

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While, Our goal at Kroger is to nourish the human spirit, which means we are called to do more and help improve the lives of those around us,” said Ann Reed, chief of the Kroger Louisville division. The significance of this has never been more evident over the past year. Our industry, like others, stepped up to serve every day throughout the pandemic and our teams were truly heroes. So far, Kroger has vaccinated more than 200,000 Kentucky residents, but we know there is still a lot of work to do. When Governor Bashir asked for support, Kroger was ready and willing to help. Our longtime Kentucky Lottery partners have created a fun and innovative way to encourage more Kentucky residents to get their vaccinations and have fun while doing it. ” Now, what is your take on this? Let us know in the comment section below!

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