It’s the first of many lottery tickets that will be released in coming months.
Annie, the former actress best known for her roles in The Exorcist and The Last Picture Show, has been the subject of a long-running Internet hoax campaign and is scheduled to make a comeback on December 1.
A new movie called Annie’s Curse is due out in April 2019.
The movie has already racked up a $1.5 million Kickstarter campaign, which will raise the total amount available to purchase lottery tickets from $500 million to $1 billion.
The total will increase to $2.4 billion when Annie gets her first big payday.
“I want to thank everyone who helped support this campaign,” Annie said in a statement.
“We had so many amazing fans and they were so patient with me throughout the campaign.
We are extremely excited to announce that we will release the first three Annie Lottery Tickets to help give our fans the best chance of winning.
I can’t wait to see what we get for the rest of the campaign!”
The $1 million donation will be used to expand the Annie lottery, to bring more than 25 million lottery tickets online, and to expand its prize distribution, including $500,000 in prizes for the first 50 winners.
The $2 billion goal will be met through a combination of online sales and increased ticket prices, with Annie being the most expensive ticket.
The first Annie ticket, which is $500 for two people, will be sold online for $9.99, with $2 tickets costing $9,995 each.
The second ticket, $500 and up, will go on sale for $7.99.
The remaining $500 will be distributed through other sales.
“Our goal is to have $1,000 prizes available every day,” said Ryan Clements, the CEO of lottery retailer Winstar.
“Annie’s curse is a perfect example of how we’re trying to take advantage of this phenomenon in a way that makes sense and provides value for our fans.”
The new ticket will go up for sale at 9:30 a.m.
EST on December 9 and will be available in the Winstar Store, and the WinStar Online Shop.
Winstar has already sold over 50 million tickets for the game.
The winner will receive $500 cash and a trip to Los Angeles, with the winning ticket going to the winning participant.
The ticket price is set at $1 per ticket.
A spokesperson for Annie told USA Today that the ticket will not be available online until December 10.
The official Twitter account for Annies curse is now @AnnieLottery and it is now promoting its “Best of Annie” prize, which includes a trip, hotel and dinner with the winner.
The Annies Curse was a hoax on April 24, 2019, which started when a fake social media account called AnniesLottery had been created and shared on Facebook.
In the days leading up to the game, some Twitter users said they would be buying lottery tickets with the proceeds from the game for the next few weeks.
Some people even joked that Annies Lottery was a scam, and that they should be able to buy the tickets at Walmart stores.
The fake account had been retweeted by people like Bill Nye, comedian Stephen Colbert and comedian Chris Rock.
It’s unclear what prompted the game to be taken offline, but it appears that it was not the result of a concerted effort to make the tickets more expensive.
The tweet that started the hoax was shared by the Twitter account @AnniesLotter, which had about 25,000 followers as of June 30.
The account is now deleted, but the tweet remained up on the account.
It was followed by the retweet of a photo of Annies lottery ticket, with a caption that read, “Annies Lotter’s Curse.”