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Duck Dynasty scratch-offs now available in Indiana

You know those bearded, camo-clad reality stars you see everywhere these days? They've infiltrated the Hoosier Lottery.

Posted on Feb. 4, 2014 at 3:42 p.m.

Starting today, Hoosiers can purchase scratch-offs featuring the stars of the A&E's Duck Dynasty TV show

The tickets, which cost $2, will each picture members of the Robertson family and boast a maximum prize of $10,000. The Hoosier Lottery decided to create the tickets in November 2013 based on the popularity of the Duck Dynasty brand and similar games' success in other states.

The scratch-offs are available at over 4,000 retailers across the state, a release from the Hoosier Lottery said.


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