Why are we talking about $30,000? 

It's because we are giving you a chance to win $30,000. Make sure you're listening for the code that's given ten times every weekday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and make sure you have the station app to enter the codes. The best part is that it is absolutely free to play!

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What would you do with $30,000? 

That is what we asked our listeners on Facebook. Winning $30,000 is a fantasy that captivates the hearts and minds of people from all walks of life. For many, $30,000 represents a ticket to newfound financial freedom. It can be a lifeline for those burdened by debts, enabling them to finally break free from the shackles of financial stress. 

Would you save your money?

Beyond financial security, winning $30,000 fuels dreams and passions. It can be the key to unlocking experiences and adventures that have been postponed due to budget reasons. Generosity also plays a significant role in how people would spend $30,000. Many would take the opportunity to give back to their community, support charitable causes, or help those in need. 

Would you pay off bills?

The desire to win $30,00 is about more than just the money. It represents a chance to manifest dreams, secure futures, and make a meaningful impact. Whether pursuing a person's passions, helping others, or achieving financial stability, the possibilities are as diverse as the dreams of those who aspire to win. 

This Is How Idahoans Would Spend $30,000

We're giving you a chance to win $30,000; this is how our listeners said they would spend the money.

If you're like my father, he's pretty superstitious when playing the lottery. He goes to the same places every time to purchase his lottery tickets. We've got the luckiest locations in the Treasure Valley for you.

15 Luckiest Lottery Locations in the Treasure Valley

If you believe where you buy your tickets matters, these are fifteen Idaho Lottery retailers that have cranked at least one, if not multiple, winners of $100,000 or more!


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