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CA Lucky for Life

A buck could mean

$500 a Week

For 25 Years! So don't let this opportunity pass you by, run to your nearest Lottery retailer and pick up a California Lucky for Life Scratchers® game. You might just LIVE the LUCKY LIFE!

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Ticket Price: $1 | Overall odds: 1 in 4.50 | Cash odds: 1 in 8.18 | Game Number: 800

How to Play

Scratchers 2nd Chance

Every 2nd Counts!

Your non-winning ticket could win you $500 a week for 25 years!

Multiply your chances to win by entering your non-winning Lucky for Life Scratchers ticket into Scratchers 2nd Chance.

Have a non-winning ticket?

Submit your ticket code into 2nd Chance now »

Odds and Available Prizes

Prizes Odds 1 in Total # of Winners Prizes Claimed Prizes Available
$650,0006,000,00017152
$1,000750,00013612214
$10012,0008,5007,963537
$406,66715,30014,602698
$20500204,000189,33514,665
$101001,020,000939,67280,328
$5591,734,0001,599,448134,552
$3342,958,0002,685,041272,959
$2166,528,0005,732,618795,382
Ticket1010,200,0009,031,2131,168,787

Winning tickets are still out there! This table reflects all the instant-win prizes awarded and remaining for this Scratchers game. One (1) top prize is reserved and awarded for this game in its 2nd Chance End of Game draw. This ADDITIONAL top prize is not listed above. Click Scratchers 2nd Chance program to submit your non-winning tickets for another way to win!

Due to the popularity of some Scratchers games, Lottery Retailers may risk running out of these tickets.  When this happens, more tickets are printed and shipped to Retailers. The number of prizes increases in proportion to the increase in the number of tickets printed. The odds of winning a prize remain the same when more tickets are printed.