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Luxury homes, super cars, fast boats and epic travel up for grabs in Choices Lottery

It's Okanagan luxe options galore in the latest edition of the BC Children's Hospital Foundation Choices Lottery.

The lottery has two grand prize options from the Valley -- Sunset Ranch in Kelowna worth over $2.6 million and The Ledge at the Rise in Vernon worth over $2.5 million.

It's as if the lottery has already curated what you'd buy when you become a multi-millionaire.

</who>A luxury duplex at Sunset Ranch golf community is part of one of the grand prize options for the BC Children's Hospital Foundation Choices Lottery. Below, a drawing of what the Sunset Ranch kitchen will look like.

For instance, the first option includes a 2,225-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom new home in Sunset Ranch golf community, $50,000 in furniture, a 2023 BMW electric car, 2023 Chevrolet Silverado truck, 25-foot Renegade Vienna motorhome, free gas and groceries for a year and a cool $1 million in cash.

</who>A 2023 BMW IX Xdrive50 electric SUV is part of the Sunset Ranch grand prize option.

If that prize package doesn't quite meet all your richy-rich needs, then consider option No. 2.

It's a 2,436-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-bathroom home at The Ledge, $50,000 in furniture, gas and groceries for a year, a Tesla Model X, Chevy Silverado, 2023 Crownline 200SS speedboat, $45,000 in travel and the requisite $1 million in cash.

</who>The Ledge at The rise in Vernon grand prize option includes this bougie house. Below, the prize package also includes a 2023 Crownline speedboat like this.

"This is why we count on the funds raised from every Choices Lottery ticket sold," said BC Children's Hospital Foundation CEO Malcolm Berry.

"A single ticket purchase may seem small, but together, the money raised could contribute to the next groundbreaking discovery. 138,000 children visit BC Children's Hospital for specialized pediatric services each year. And, BC Children's is the only hospital in the province devoted solely to the care of children and youth, addressing both physical and mental health."

The seven other grand prize choices are all also worth $2.3 million to over $2.7 million.

There's $2.3 million cash, tax-free, or home-and-all-the-toys packages in South Surrey, Langley, Vancouver's Oakridge and Westside and Sooke and Courtenay.

"The Choices Lottery grand prize home packages keep getting better and better every year," said lottery celebrity spokesperson Erin Cebula.

In addition to the grand prize options, there are also 51 early-bird prizes including a Tesla Model Y and gas and groceries for a year; a GMC Sierra Denali truck, travel trailer and $10,000 cash; or $250,000 cash.

Tickets are on sale now until April 13.

For the Choice Grand Prize Lottery, 330,000 tickets will be sold in three-packs for $100, six-packs for $175, nine-packs for $250 and 20-packs for $500.

You can purchase tickets at BCChildren.com, at any London Drugs or Save-On-Foods store or by calling 1-888-667-9363.



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