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Here are the prizes and rules for the MI Shot to Win vaccine sweepstakes

MI Shot to Win Sweepstakes
Posted at 11:12 AM, Jul 01, 2021

(WSYM) — Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and several other organizations announced the "MI Shot to Win Sweepstakes", which is a lottery drawing for those who got or are getting the COVID-19 vaccine.

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MI Shot to Win Sweepstakes

Under the plan, there will be scholarship drawings, daily drawings, and two drawings – one of $1 million and one of $2 million.

The daily drawings are for $50,000 and open to all eligible residents who the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination on the date corresponding to the $50k Daily Drawing.

MI Shot to Win Sweepstakes Prizes

On top of that, there is a $1 million drawing that you can enter between July 1-10 and is open to those who have gotten at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine between Dec. 1, 2020, and July 10, 2021.

Also, there is a $2 million drawing with entry between July 1 and Aug. 3 that is open to those who got a vaccination between Dec. 1, 2020 and July 10, 2021.

MI Shot to Win Sweepstakes Eligibility

There are nine scholarship drawings that consist of a 4-year MET Charitable Tuition Program which is valued at $55,000 each. It may be used for tuition at a college or university in accordance with MET terms and conditions.

Governor Gretchen Whitmer Comments on MI Shot to Win Sweepstakes

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WATCH the entire press conference

Gov. Whitmer announces COVID vaccination sweepstakes for chance to win cash, scholarships

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