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Sum IT UP!

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Posted: February 14, 2013, 8:15 am - IP Logged

We are getting sum it up added to our pick 3 starting on the 24th of this month. If you have it in your state will you please tell us if you play it or win much with it or any tips you can think of.

They're not adding the option to the playslip at first so the cashier will have to ask if you want it after each number prints...they're not too happy about that because it will be time consuming...think at first I might add it to all of mine.  NCEL wants to see how it goes over before they make it permanent.

Thanks for any info you can give us about it!

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    Posted: February 14, 2013, 10:44 am - IP Logged

    Vergie..i copied this from NCEL

     

    OK Pick 3 and Pick 4 players, the lottery is excited to give you a preview of the new SUM IT UP play feature. Choosing to add SUM IT UP to your ticket for day or evening drawings gives you another way to win prize money. If the sum of the numbers you pick matches the sum of the numbers drawn, you win!

    So, how do you play with SUM IT UP? The first step is the same as before. Choose your numbers, and your play type: Exact, any, exact/any (also known as 50/50), or combo.

    Next, give your playslip to your lottery retailer and ask for SUM IT UP to be added to your ticket. Note that SUM IT UP will be added to each play you’ve filled out - A through E - on your playslip. Adding SUM IT UP costs an additional $.50 for each $.50 play and an additional $1 for each $1 play.

    Finally, sit back and watch the afternoon or evening drawing your ticket is for. By adding SUM IT UP, now you’ve got two ways to win: either by matching the winning numbers according to your play type, or when the sum of the numbers drawn is the same as the sum of the numbers you picked.

    How much can you win playing with SUM IT UP? Pick 3 players can win as much as $500 and Pick 4 players can win as much as $5,000. It depends on whether you play for $.50 or $1, as well as the odds of winning for your sum. The odds of winning SUM IT UP vary depending on the numbers you play. For Pick 3, matching the sum of the winning numbers wins a prize of $3 to $250 on a $.50 play, and between $6 and $500 on a $1 play. For Pick 4, matching the sum of the winning numbers wins a prize of $4 to $2,500 on a $.50 play, and between $8 and $5,000 on a $1 play.

    More details about playing Pick 3 and Pick 4 with SUM IT UP are available in how to play brochures at lottery retailers. In those brochures, you will find complete prize payout charts and information about odds. Additional information will also be available on the lottery’s website.

    The SUM IT UP promotion will run from Feb. 24 through May 25. Once it begins, it’s a feature you have to ask for to win a prize for matching the sum. When your ticket is a SUM IT UP ticket, it will display the words “SUM IT UP” and the sum of your numbers. Best of luck!

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      Posted: February 14, 2013, 11:12 am - IP Logged

      Thanks for the info Ace...I wasn't even thinking about it being on p4 too!

      I really hope some posters who are already playing it will post here to tell us how often they hit with it or any other info they wish to share.

      156 have viewed this thread so surely some of those have played p3 or p4 with sum it up before.

      Come on yall...tell me about your experiences with playing it!Idea

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        Posted: February 14, 2013, 4:26 pm - IP Logged

        Thanks for the info Ace...I wasn't even thinking about it being on p4 too!

        I really hope some posters who are already playing it will post here to tell us how often they hit with it or any other info they wish to share.

        156 have viewed this thread so surely some of those have played p3 or p4 with sum it up before.

        Come on yall...tell me about your experiences with playing it!Idea

        Well, I guess nobody plays sum it up!Thud


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          Posted: February 14, 2013, 4:29 pm - IP Logged

          Well, I guess nobody plays sum it up!Thud

          No.  There is your tip.  Dont play it. You might as well use your dollar to play another number, play your favorite number twice, (or buy a mcchicken sandwich)

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            Posted: February 14, 2013, 5:09 pm - IP Logged

            No.  There is your tip.  Dont play it. You might as well use your dollar to play another number, play your favorite number twice, (or buy a mcchicken sandwich)

            Thanks LottoBoner!...and I love chicken sandwiches!