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New lottery will award grand prize of Panthers season tickets for 20 years

Members of the Carolina Panthers point to their ring fingers while gather for a group photo near the end of their NFC Championship game against the Arizona Cardinals at Bank of America Stadium on Jan. 24, 2016. Carolina won, 49-15, advancing to Super Bowl 50 against the Denver Broncos.
Members of the Carolina Panthers point to their ring fingers while gather for a group photo near the end of their NFC Championship game against the Arizona Cardinals at Bank of America Stadium on Jan. 24, 2016. Carolina won, 49-15, advancing to Super Bowl 50 against the Denver Broncos. dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com

The N.C. Education Lottery Tuesday kicked off a $5 scratch-off game that will offer a grand prize of Carolina Panthers season tickets for 20 years.

The tickets will be sold at most of the states’s lottery retail locations. The game will include three top prizes of $200,000, and a grand prize of season passes for two for 20 years, Time Warner Cable News reported.

Another prize in the lottery is a “VIP experience” that awards the winner a private suite package with 14 others for a game at Bank of America Stadium.

Fans can also win free pairs of tickets to one of the Panthers’ upcoming pre-season or regular season home games by showing their team pride on the lottery’s social media channels.

The Panthers and the N.C. Education Lottery made the announcement at Bank of America Stadium in a news conference that featured Panthers President Danny Morrison, Sir Purr and members of the Panthers’ TopCats and Drumline.

The Panthers play their first pre-season game Aug. 11 against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.

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