OREGON LOTTERY® TERMS & CONDITIONS
June 7, 2016
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY. By using this website, you agree to all Terms and Conditions, Oregon laws, and administrative rules governing the Oregon Lottery
and its Website and Player Program.
A. OVERVIEW OF OREGON LOTTERY'S PLAYER PROGRAM
The Player Program (Program) is a player loyalty program offered by the Oregon State Lottery (hereinafter referred to as the "Lottery"), where persons who
qualify must register to become a member in order to participate in those drawings offered by the Lottery through its website.
The Program, found on the Lottery's website at www.oregonlottery.org is a place to enter 2nd Chance Drawings
and monthly Promotional Drawings. A natural person 18 years of age or older may register at the website for a free membership. Only members may access and
participate in the Program. The Program is for entertainment purposes only.
B. ELIGIBILITY TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PROGRAM
Membership is open only to a natural person who is at least 18 years of age or older. The Lottery may at any time require proof of age.
To participate in the Program, a person must register to become a member. To register, a person must electronically complete and submit a membership
application that includes the person's name, physical address, e-mail address, and any other information required by the Lottery. A person may register
for and have only one active member account.
The following individuals are NOT eligible for membership and may not register, win, or claim a 2nd Chance or Promotional Drawing prize in the Program:
a. An employee or representative of the Lottery, or the spouse, child, brother, sister, or parent of any such employee or representative;
b. An employee or representative of the Oregon State Police, Gaming Enforcement Division;
c. A Lottery vendor who the Lottery prohibits by contract with the Lottery from participating in the Program or is otherwise prohibited from playing Oregon
Acceptance of Terms and Conditions:
Acceptance of these Terms and Conditions occurs when registering for membership (by clicking on the "I accept" button). Participation in the Program
and use of the website constitutes each member's full and unconditional agreement to these Terms and Conditions and agreement that the member will be
within the State of Oregon when entering a 2nd Chance Drawing. Agreement to these Terms and Conditions constitutes a promise that the member meets the
eligibility requirements set out in these Terms and Conditions.
A person who is not eligible or who does not comply with these Terms and Conditions may be excluded from participating in the Program. If the Lottery
determines a person is ineligible, it may refuse to enroll the person in the Program and may close any existing member account(s).
Applicable Laws and Rules:
Participation in the Program and use of the website, including but not limited to all 2nd Chance Drawings and Promotional Drawings, is subject to all
applicable laws and administrative rules related to the Oregon State Lottery, including but not limited to ORS Chapter 461, OAR Chapter 177, and
specifically Divisions 51 and 52 of OAR Chapter 177, and to any additional or amended terms or conditions as posted by the Lottery on the website, www.oregonlottery.org. Changes to applicable laws, administrative rules, and these Terms and Conditions are
subject to change without notice and participation is subject to the most current laws, administrative rules, and Terms and Conditions in effect at the
time. In the event of a conflict between these Terms and Conditions, including any special terms or conditions for specific promotional activities or
events as posted on the website, and the Oregon statutes and administrative rules, the statutes and rules control.
Disclosure of Winners:
In accordance with OAR 177-046-0130, the Lottery may use the name, address, and likeness of a winner in any Lottery promotional campaign,
advertisement, or press release. A winner consents to the use of the winner's name, address, and likeness for promotional campaigns, advertising, and
publicity purposes by the Lottery and Lottery retailers. A winner who receives a prize or prize payment from the Lottery grants the Lottery, its
agents, officers, employees, and representatives the right to use, publish in print or by means of the Internet, and reproduce the winner's name,
address, physical likeness, photograph, portraits, statements made by the winner, and use audio sound clips and video or film footage of the winner for
the purpose of promoting the Lottery and its games.
a. Person's Likeness: If the Lottery, its agents, officers, employees, and representatives deem it suitable for advertising, promotional
or publicity use, or press use, a winner further grants the Lottery the right to use and reproduce the winner's likeness in print either alone or in any
combination with other persons. Examples of permitted uses include but are not limited to: Radio, television, newspapers, posters, billboards, commercials,
magazines, print advertisements, and the Lottery website.
b. Release: Each winner releases the State of Oregon, its agents, officers, employees, and representatives, the Oregon Lottery, its
Director, agents, officers, employees, and representatives from any liability arising out of any blurring, distortion, alteration, or use in composite form
whether intentional or otherwise, that may occur, or be produced in the printing and production process towards the completion of any finished product. A
winner waives any right to inspect or approve the finished products, whether it is for a promotional campaign, advertising, or publicity.
c. Limitation: If Lottery uses the address of a winner, the address shall not contain the street or house number of the winner.
Participation in the Program is for entertainment only and may not be used for commercial purposes or to generate income.
C. MEMBER ACCOUNTS
Upon registration at the website, the Lottery will establish a member account which is subject to the following:
Limit on Accounts:
A person may register for and have only one active member account. An active account means a member has logged into the account through the website at
least once during a calendar year.
Closure of Account:
A member may close the member's account at any time by submitting a request to the Lottery to close the account. As of the date and time that the
Lottery receives the request, the account is considered closed. If eligible, the person may register for a new account.
The Lottery may close a member's account at any time and for any reason, with or without notice to the member.
Immediate Termination of Account:
The Lottery will immediately terminate a member's access to the Program if the Lottery determines such access threatens the fairness, integrity,
security, or honesty of the Lottery. If the Lottery determines that any member account is being used, or may be used to steal data from or to attack,
infect, or intrude upon, any computer system owned by or associated with the Lottery or which in any way threatens the security of the Lottery's
computer system, the Lottery will immediately close that account. The Lottery reserves the right to seek damages to the fullest extent permitted by law
and may seek criminal charges.
If a member's account has been inactive for one calendar year, or longer, the Lottery may close the account. Once closed, the person may register for a
Discontinuation of Program:
The Lottery may discontinue the website at any time, with or without prior notice by the Lottery, and close all member accounts.
Non-Commercial Use Only:
The Lottery does not permit a member account to be used for any commercial purpose or for the generating of income. The Lottery may close a member
account if it believes the account is being used for such purpose.
It is the member's responsibility to keep account log in and password information safe and secure to prevent unauthorized use of a member's account. It
is also a member's responsibility to periodically check the member's account and to notify the Lottery if unauthorized activity has occurred. The
Lottery is not responsible for any unauthorized use of a member's account.
D. 2ND CHANCE DRAWING ENTRIES
A 2nd Chance Drawing is a drawing for a Lottery prize in which an eligible non-winning Oregon Lottery ticket is submitted for the chance to win a prize.
For certain 2nd Chance Drawings, as solely determined by the Lottery, a member may enter a drawing by submitting an electronic entry through the website.
The following applies to 2nd Chance Drawing entries electronically submitted and received by the Lottery through the website:
Odds of Winning:
The odds of winning a 2nd Chance Drawing depend on the total number of entries received and the total number of winners selected per drawing or game.
Submission of Entries:
By submitting an electronic entry, a member agrees that at the time of entry the member is using a computer or electronic device within the boundaries
of the State of Oregon. For Scratch-it ticket entries, the member must enter such information as the Lottery may specify on the designated website for
each drawing, such as the Game ID number, the alphanumeric entry code, and ticket information from the Lottery game ticket that is eligible for the
particular 2nd Chance Drawing. These numbers and codes are on the Scratch-it ticket. A non-winning Lottery ticket may only be submitted once for entry
into a 2nd Chance Drawing. Failure to provide any of the required information will result in an invalid entry. Only electronic entries will be
accepted. The Lottery will not submit entries on a member's behalf that are mailed or hand-delivered to the Lottery. A member is not required to retain
the non-winning ticket in order to claim a 2nd Chance prize, but may be required to provide proof of identity to the Lottery. Only a Scratch-it ticket
from an active Oregon Lottery game or games as specified by the Oregon Lottery is eligible for entry into a 2nd Chance Drawing. An active game is an
Oregon Lottery Scratch-it game that has not officially ended as set forth in OAR 177-050-0100.
Validation of Entries:
Each ticket and drawing entry is validated through the website. Invalid entries will not be processed.
4. Confirmation of Entry: Each ticket and drawing entry must be validated through the website, and will then be considered received and
entered into the drawing. The player can view the player's entries on the website.
5. Ticket Limits:
The Lottery allows entry of no more than 25 eligible Oregon Lottery tickets per game, per day, per member.
6. Selection of Entry or Entries:
The Lottery will hold a 2nd Chance Drawing at such date, time, place, and in such manner as is determined by the Lottery. The Lottery will conduct a 2nd
Chance Drawing only after the time for submitting entries has closed, as announced by the Lottery. During each drawing for each available prize or prizes,
the Lottery will randomly select a winning Lottery ticket number or numbers as a winner or winners from all the entries submitted for that drawing. The
Lottery may select more than one winning entry in a Second Chance Drawing, award more than one prize, and may select an alternate winner or winners for any
prize in a 2nd Chance Drawing. Only valid entries that have been submitted to and received by the Lottery through the website are eligible for selection as
a winner or winners. An alternate winner is only eligible to receive a prize if the prior selected winner (including any alternate winners selected) is
ineligible or does not claim the prize. To select an entry or entries, the Lottery or its authorized agents, may conduct a manual or electronic drawing, or
may use any other selection procedure as determined by the Lottery that ensures a random selection of an entry or entries (including multiple winning
entries for drawings with multiple prizes) and may also select alternate winners from all the entries submitted for that drawing for the prize or prizes in
the particular Lottery game or games. For each drawing, a player may receive only the highest single prize won.
7. Suspension or Cancellation of Drawing:
At the discretion of the Lottery Director, the Director may suspend or cancel a 2nd Chance Drawing. If the Director suspends a drawing the Director may
hold a replacement drawing or cancel the drawing. If the Director cancels a 2nd Chance Drawing, the Lottery, in its sole discretion, may provide a member
who entered the drawing with a coupon for a Lottery product or a promotional reward, the value of which shall be solely determined by the Lottery. This is
a member's sole and exclusive remedy.
8. Applicable Laws; Taxes and Fees:
A 2nd Chance Drawing is subject to all applicable laws and administrative rules related to the Oregon Lottery. Unless otherwise stated by the Lottery for
the particular 2nd Chance Drawing, all taxes and fees are the responsibility of the winner.
E. PROMOTIONAL DRAWINGS
No purchase is necessary and no fee is required to participate in a Promotional Drawing. No person may claim any right to participate in any Promotional
Drawing or to receive from the Lottery any item of value offered by the Lottery through the website.
The Lottery may offer Promotional Drawings on a set frequency, such as weekly or monthly, and may offer "surprise" Promotional Drawings at random
times. A Promotional Drawing is subject to the following:
a. Odds: The odds of winning a Promotional Drawing depend on the total number of entries for the particular promotion and the total number
of winners selected per drawing or game.
b. Selection of Entry or Entries: The Lottery will hold a Promotional Drawing at such date, time, place, and in such manner as is
determined by the Lottery. The Lottery will conduct a Promotional drawing only after the time for submitting entries has closed, as announced by the
Lottery. During a drawing for each available prize or prizes, the Lottery will randomly select a winner or winners from all members eligible for the
particular drawing or from all entries submitted by members for the particular drawing, as announced by the Lottery on the website. The Lottery may select
more than one winning entry in a Promotional Drawing, award more than one prize, and may select an alternate winner or winners for any promotional prize.
An alternate winner is only eligible to receive a prize if the prior selected winner (including any alternate winners selected) is ineligible or does not
claim the prize. To select a winner or winners, the Lottery or its authorized agents, may conduct a manual or electronic drawing, or may use any other
selection procedure as determined by the Lottery that ensures a random selection of a winner or winners, (including multiple winning entries for drawings
with multiple prizes) and may also select alternate winners from all the entries submitted or members eligible for that drawing for the prize or prizes in
the particular Lottery game or games. For each drawing, a player may receive only the highest single prize won.
c. Suspension of Drawings: At the discretion of the Oregon Lottery Director, the Director may suspend or terminate any or all Promotional
Drawings, with or without prior notice. If the Director suspends a Promotional Drawing the Director may hold a replacement drawing or cancel the drawing.
If the Director cancels a Promotional Drawing, the Lottery in its sole discretion may replace the drawing with another drawing. This is a member's sole and
d. Eligibility: A member may participate in a Promotional Drawing only if eligible, as solely determined by the Lottery.
e. Void Where Prohibited: Participation in a Promotional Drawing is void where prohibited by law.
f. Substitution of Rewards and Prizes: The Lottery reserves the right to substitute items of equal or greater value for any Promotional
Drawing as determined by the Lottery.
g. Taxes and Fees: Unless otherwise stated by the Lottery in a particular Promotional Drawing, all taxes and fees are the responsibility
of the member.
h. Award Delivery: The Lottery will mail or otherwise deliver within the United States and without charge, a promotional prize awarded in
a Promotional Drawing, except that the Lottery may require the member to claim the promotional prize at the Lottery Headquarters when notified. If a prize
is returned to the Lottery as undeliverable, the member forfeits the promotional prize without compensation of any kind.
F. WINNER NOTIFICATION AND CLAIMING 2ND CHANCE AND PROMOTIONAL DRAWING PRIZES
2nd Chance Prize Notification:
The Lottery will notify the winner of a 2nd Chance Drawing by e-mail. The Lottery may also notify the winner by telephone, and if applicable, by
mailing a certified letter through the US Postal Service. The effective date of notification is the date of the initial e-mail notification. The winner
must follow the Claiming Prizes instructions posted at oregonlottery.org.
Promotional Drawing Prize Notification:
The Lottery will notify the winner of a Promotional Drawing prize by e-mail, and may also notify the winner by telephone. The effective date of
notification is the date the e-mail is sent by the Lottery to the winner. The winner must follow the Promotional Drawing claim instructions posted on
Time Limits for Claiming 2nd Chance Drawing Prize:
A winner of a 2nd Chance Drawing has 60 calendar days from the date of the e-mail notification in which to claim the prize, unless otherwise specified
in the special Terms and Conditions for a particular 2nd Chance Drawing.
Time Limits for Claiming Promotional Drawing Prize:
A winner of a Promotional Drawing prize has 14 calendar days from the date of the e-mail notification in which to claim the Promotional Drawing prize,
unless otherwise specified in the special Terms and Conditions for a particular Promotional Drawing.
(a) Forfeit 2nd Chance Drawing Prize:
If the Lottery determines that a winner and any alternate winners of a 2nd Chance Drawing are ineligible or fail to claim the prize within the time
limits set by the Lottery, or if the entry and any alternate winning entries selected for that drawing are invalid, then the 2nd Chance
prize is forfeited by the winner and becomes an unclaimed prize. An unclaimed prize remains the property of the Lottery Commission to be allocated to
the benefit of the public purpose.
(b) Forfeit Promotional Drawing Prize: If the Lottery determines that a winner, and any alternate winners of a Promotional Drawing are
ineligible, or fail to claim the prize within the time limits set by the Lottery, or if the entry and any alternate entries selected for that drawing are
invalid, then the Promotional Drawing prize is forfeited and returned to the provider or to the Lottery's marketing budget.
As a condition of receiving a 2nd Chance Prize, a Promotional Drawing prize, or any other item of value, the Lottery may require a member to submit a
claim form to the Lottery. To be valid, the claim form must contain the required information, such as name, address, signature or identifying mark and
social security number (if applicable) and a valid reference number. A valid claim form must be received by the Lottery within the applicable time
period for claiming a 2nd Chance prize or a prize from a Promotional Drawing. An invalid claim form will not be accepted by the Lottery. The Lottery
may, but is not required to, notify the claimant the claim form is invalid and may, but is not required to, return the claim form to the claimant. The
claimant may resubmit a valid claim form as long as the applicable time period for claiming a 2nd Chance or Promotional Drawing prize has not expired.
a. Electronic Claim Form: The Lottery may require that the claimant submit an electronic claim form through the Internet. The electronic
claim form is received by the Lottery when the form enters the Lottery's information processing system in a retrievable form. The electronic claim form
will be deemed received at the time and date noted electronically by the Lottery's information processing system. An electronic claim form must include the
member's electronic signature that meets Lottery requirements.
b. Paper Claim Form: Unless specified otherwise, the Lottery may permit a claimant to submit a paper claim form. The paper claim form is
deemed received by fax or upon physical delivery to the Lottery's Headquarters in Salem, Oregon, either in person, through the U.S. mail or by delivery
c. IRS W-9 Form: For a Promotional Drawing prize, in lieu of a claim form, Lottery may require the claimant to complete and submit an IRS
W-9 form. Lottery will notify the winner and electronically provide the W-9 form to the claimant. The W-9 form must be electronically submitted to the
Lottery within the time period for claiming the Promotional Drawing prize.
The Lottery may require that a 2nd Chance Drawing or a Promotional Drawing cash prize be claimed in person. A prize less than $50,000 can be claimed at
the Lottery's Wilsonville Payment Center, 9760 SW Wilsonville Road, Suite #130, Wilsonville Oregon 97070, or at the Lottery's Headquarters, 500 Airport
Road SE, Salem, Oregon 97301. A prize of $50,000 and greater can only be redeemed at Lottery Headquarters in Salem Oregon. Unless otherwise specified,
all other prizes, such as merchandise, trips, and vacation packages must be claimed in person at Lottery Headquarters in Salem Oregon.
Verification of Identification:
At any time, the Lottery may require the claimant to present valid proof of identity to confirm the claimant is the registered member whose information
is on file with the Lottery. A claimant who is unable to present valid identification upon request is ineligible to receive a 2nd Chance prize or be
awarded a Promotional Drawing prize.
If the winner of a 2nd Chance or Promotional Drawing prize is deceased, the Lottery may make payment of the prize to the estate of the deceased prize
a. General: The Director may rely on the presentment of certified copies of the court's appointment of a personal representative, the
death certificate for the deceased prize winner, or other evidence of a person entitled to the payment of prize winnings when due and may make payment to
the estate of the deceased prize winner once the Director is satisfied that such payment is lawful and proper.
b. Release Form: For a deceased prize winner, the personal representative of the winner's estate must sign the Lottery release form on
behalf of the estate before payment of the prize or any remaining portions of the prize to the estate.
c. Court Petition: The Director reserves the right to petition any court of competent jurisdiction to determine the proper payment of any
prize due to a deceased prize winner.
G. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
The State of Oregon, the Oregon State Lottery Commission, the Oregon State Lottery, and their respective agents, officers, and employees, are not
a. Communication Issues: Late, lost, misrouted, garbled, distorted, or damaged entries, claims, notifications, other communications, or
b. Software and Hardware Issues: Telephone, electronic, hardware, software, network, Internet, or other computer, or
communications-related malfunctions or failures. This includes, but is not limited to, lost 2nd Chance Drawing entries, or any canceled 2nd Chance Drawing
or Promotional Drawing, caused by any malfunction or through operator error;
c. Disruptions and Errors: Promotion disruptions, any printing or typographical errors in any materials associated with a promotion;
d. Delivery Issues: Entries, claims, or other communications not received by the Lottery or that are lost in the mail or delivered
elsewhere, or are electronically misrouted or misdirected; or
e. Losses or Damages: Other injuries, losses, or damages arising from, related to, or caused by a promotion, or any claims arising from or
related to the acceptance, possession, or use of any 2nd Chance prize, Promotional Drawing prize, giveaway, or any other item of value offered by the
f. Improper Submission of Entries: Any non-winning Scratch-it tickets mailed or hand-delivered to Oregon Lottery Headquarters will not be
returned to the member and will not be entered in any 2nd Chance Drawing or Promotional Drawing.
g. Voluntary Participation: Participation in a 2nd Chance Drawing, a Promotional Drawing, and the Program is voluntary. Acceptance of any
2nd Chance prize, Promotional Drawing prize, giveaway, or other item of value offered by the Lottery is voluntary. Promotions that require persons to
compete with other persons, play games, or complete tasks, or any similar activities (even activities conducted online) carry a risk of personal injury or
death. Participation is at the person's own risk.
h. Other Injuries: Any injuries, losses, or damages arising from use of the website, including but not limited to, malware, computer
viruses, bugs, or cancel-bots, or any errors or defects in any promotion, 2nd Chance Drawing, or Promotional Drawing, which affects a member's enjoyment of
the website or causes damage to a member's personal property.
Use of the website and participation in the Program is at the member's own risk. The Lottery is providing the website "As Is" without any express or
implied warranties and on an "as available" basis. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWABLE BY LAW, THE OREGON STATE LOTTERY AND ITS CONTRACTORS SPECIFICALLY
DISCLAIM ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING ANY PRODUCTS OR SERVICES OFFERED THROUGH THE PROGRAM, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY ARISING OUT OF COURSE OF PERFORMANCE,
COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE.
Not Liable for Damages:
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO NEGLIGENCE, SHALL THE STATE OF OREGON, THE OREGON STATE LOTTERY COMMISSION, THE OREGON STATE
LOTTERY, AND THEIR RESPECTIVE AGENTS, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AND CONTRACTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF A MEMBER'S PARTICIPATION IN THE PROGRAM OR USE OF THE WEBSITE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY 2ND CHANCE OR PROMOTIONAL
DRAWINGS, 2ND CHANCE PRIZE, PROMOTIONAL PRIZES, OR ANY OTHER USE, EVEN IF ANY OR ALL OF THE FOREGOING HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
No Responsibility for Third Party Actions:
The Lottery does not guarantee that the website will be safe or secure. The Lottery is not responsible for the actions, content, information or data of
third parties, and a member releases the State of Oregon, the Oregon State Lottery Commission, the Oregon State Lottery, and their respective agents,
officers, and employees, and contractors from any claims and damages, known and unknown, arising out of or in any way connected with any claim against
a third party arising from the use of the website.
H. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The Lottery may at any time revise these Terms and Conditions. By participating in the Program and using the website, a member agrees to be bound by
any such revisions and agrees to periodically review the Terms and Conditions posted on the website to view the current Terms and Conditions to which
the member is bound.
Choice of Law:
The laws of the State of Oregon (without giving effect to its conflicts of law principles), govern all matters arising out of or relating to these
Terms and Conditions, including, without limitation, their validity, interpretation, construction, performance and enforcement.
Designation of Forum/Consent to Jurisdiction:
Any member bringing a legal action against State of Oregon, the Oregon State Lottery Commission, the Oregon State Lottery, and their respective agents,
officers, employees, and contractors arising out of or relating to these Terms and Conditions, use of the website and participation in the Program
shall bring the legal action or proceeding in the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for Marion County. A member hereby consents to the exclusive
jurisdiction of such court, waives any objection to venue, and waives any claim that such forum is an inconvenient forum. Notwithstanding the above, if
a claim must be brought in a federal forum, then it must be brought and adjudicated solely and exclusively within the United States District Court for
the District of Oregon. This applies to a claim brought against the State of Oregon, the Oregon Lottery Commission and the Oregon State Lottery, only
to the extent Congress has appropriately abrogated the State of Oregon's sovereign immunity and is not consent by the State of Oregon to be sued in
Federal Court. This section is also not a waiver by the State of Oregon of any form of immunity based on the Eleventh Amendment to the Constitution of
the United States.
Invalid or Unenforceable:
If a court of competent jurisdiction finds any provision of these Terms and Conditions to be invalid or unenforceable, such provision shall be severed
from the remainder of these Terms and Conditions, which will otherwise remain in full force and effect.
Finality of Decision:
The decision of the Oregon Lottery Director, including, but not limited to, the amount or nature of a 2nd Chance Prize or Promotional Drawing prize,
the validity of an entry, whether an entry is a winner, whether an entry was submitted in error, and whether an entrant has won a 2nd Chance Prize,
Promotional Drawing prize, or other item of value is final and binding on the member.
Disputes Related to Member Accounts and Promotional Drawings:
In the event of a dispute between the Lottery and a member regarding entry into a Promotional Drawing, whether the member is entitled to a prize, or
any other dispute involving a member's account or a promotion, the Lottery may, at the Lottery's sole discretion, provide the member with the
opportunity to enter another Promotional Drawing, or may provide the member a Free Play Certificate for any current Lottery game. This is the member's
sole and exclusive remedy.
Disputes Related to 2nd Chance Drawings:
In the event a dispute occurs between the Lottery and a member as to the amount of a 2nd Chance prize, whether a member entered a 2nd Chance Prize
Drawing, whether a member has won a 2nd Chance Drawing, whether the member is eligible to receive a 2nd Chance Drawing prize, the Lottery Director will
provide the member with one unplayed ticket from any current Lottery game, and also in the Director's sole discretion, may provide up to one hundred
new Oregon Lottery tickets or shares from any current game. This is the member's sole and exclusive remedy.
By participating in the Program and using the website, a member agrees to hold harmless, defend and indemnify the State of Oregon, the Oregon State
Lottery Commission, the Oregon State Lottery, and their respective agents, officers, employees, and contractors from any claim, suit or demand,
including reasonable attorney's fees, made by a third party due to or arising out of the member's participation in the Program or use of the website,
materials or related services, the member's violation or breach of these Terms and Conditions, or any other act or omission by the member related to
the member's participation in the Program or use of the website.
Where captions and headings are provided in these Terms and Conditions, they are for the convenience of the user only and have no substantive effect.