LOS ANGELES — You might be a millionaire, but if you live in Idaho, there are ways to win some more.
A $5 million jackpot for tickets to the Las Vegas Super Bowl is up for grabs, and some lottery winners are looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle of life in Los Angeles.
According to the Nevada Lottery, tickets to this year’s game are worth about $1,300.
But there’s a catch.
In order to qualify for the $5,000 lottery prize, a winner must win $1 million or more in three consecutive consecutive lottery games.
And if they do not win, they will have to spend their winnings in one of the state’s casinos, the Nevada Gaming Commission said in a news release Friday.
“If you are not a Las Vegas native, then you need to make the most of your ticket to Vegas,” said Lisa Fagan, spokeswoman for the commission.
“And this lottery is for you.”
Fagan said lottery tickets are available in Las Vegas, Las Vegas and Henderson, as well as in nearby communities.
They’re also available online, but Fagan said there are no restrictions on where you can buy them.
For some, the stakes could be even higher.
The $5 tickets can be purchased at lottery sites, or through online sellers.
Some states limit the amount that can be bought per person.
Nevada’s $5 is one of eight jackpots that the commission is offering for people who win $10 million or less in lottery tickets.
The jackpot is $50,000 for winners of $10,000 or more, and $200,000 if a winner wins more than $20 million in lottery games, and there are five winners in the jackpot.
Las Vegas and Nevada have a combined population of about 15 million.
A winner of the jackpots is entitled to a cash prize of $1.3 million, with the winning ticket valued at between $3,000 and $10.1 million.
A person who wins a $10 ticket must spend the cash prize within 30 days of the prize’s receipt.