Play the $10 Boston Red Sox™ Monster Money instant game (#45) to win up to $3,000,000 instantly!
If you don't win instantly, enter non-winning tickets for a chance to win one of ten prizes consisting of $3,500 cash and ten pairs of Boston Red Sox® regular season game day tickets in the Monster Seats™ section, plus 13,000 other prizes. Each entry requires one non-winning Boston Red Sox™ Monster Money ticket.
The Lottery will conduct five (5) drawings during the sales period of the game. In each of the five drawings, the Lottery will select two (2) Monster Seats™ winners and two thousand six hundred (2,600) Boston Red Sox® Gear winners. The Lottery will post the dates of each drawing and publish the names of the winners at this website.
ENTER BY MAIL
To enter by mail, send one (1) non-winning Boston Red Sox™ Monster Money instant game ticket in an envelope no larger than 4½ x 9 ½ inches. Legibly print your name, address, telephone number and e-mail address on the back of the ticket. One entry per envelope.
1005 Boylston Street
Newton, MA 02461
ENTER ON THE INTERNET
You may submit entries via the Internet from a computer located in Massachusetts. To enter on the Internet, click the REGISTER link to create a Mass Lottery Red Carpet VIP Club account if you have not done so previously.
Log in to the VIP Club any time you wish to submit an entry for the second chance drawings.
If your e-mail address or any other contact information changes, log in to the VIP Club with your old e-mail address and password and go to MY INFO page to update your account as needed.
NOTICE TO INTERNET ENTRANTS
Winning Internet entrants must provide the original ticket from a selected entry to claim their prize. Photocopies of the ticket will not be accepted. Failure to provide the ticket results in disqualification. On occasion, a second chance drawing winner is disqualified, and the Lottery selects an alternate winner. Whether selected in a second chance drawing or as an alternate, Internet entrants must produce the original ticket entered into the drawing. Accordingly, the Lottery strongly advises all Internet entrants to hold onto their tickets until the game is closed.