This Abbotsford home is one of eight grand prize packages featured in the 2020 Millionaire Lottery. (Submitted)

This Abbotsford home is one of eight grand prize packages featured in the 2020 Millionaire Lottery. (Submitted)

VIDEO: Abbotsford home one of eight Millionaire Lottery grand prize packages

Eagle Mountain property part of package worth over $2.9 million, tickets on sale now

The 2020 Millionaire Lottery has officially kicked off and one of the top prizes is an Abbotsford home.

The local prize is located at 35442 Verado Court on Eagle Mountain and the 4,977-square-foot property contains four bedrooms, five bathrooms and a two-bedroom legal suite. The package also includes over $85,000 in furnishings, a 2020 Porsche Cayenne e-Hybrid, a 2020 GMC Sierra Denali and $900,000 cash.

The total grand prize package is valued at over $2.9 million.

The Millionaire Lottery supports the VGH and UBC Hospital Foundation and money raised goes to funding innovative research, advancing specialized adult health care, and purchasing critical medical equipment at Vancouver General Hospital, UBC Hospital, GF Strong Rehabilitation Centre, Vancouver Community Health Services and Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute.

The other seven grand prize packages include properties located in South Surrey, Courtenay, North Vancouver, Kelowna, Vancouver, a two-home package consisting of homes in White Rock and Sooke. There is also a cash-only prize of $2.7 million.

Millionaire Lottery tickets are 2 for $100, 5 for $175, 10 or $250 and 25 for $500. The lottery also includes extra games: the 50/50 PLUS lottery with a maximum prize payout up to $1,140,000 (depending on the number of tickets sold), and the Daily Cash PLUS game returns with 105 days of winning, with a value of all prizes being $300,000.

For more information, visit millionairelottery.com.

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