This home, at 2543 Crown Isle Drive, is one of the options for the grand prize winner of the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation’s 2021 Choices Lottery. Photo supplied

This home, at 2543 Crown Isle Drive, is one of the options for the grand prize winner of the BC Children’s Hospital Foundation’s 2021 Choices Lottery. Photo supplied

Comox Valley home among grand prize options in 2021 Choices Lottery

Crown Isle prize package worth a total of $2.5 million

  • Jan. 13, 2021 4:30 p.m.

The BC Children’s Hospital Foundation’s 2021 Choices Lottery has officially been launched, and once again, a Courtenay home is one of the options for the grand prize winner.

A home in the Crown Isle neighbourhood in Courtenay is up for grabs, but the house itself is only a portion of the pize.

Along with the 1.952 square-foot, three-bedroom, three-bathroom home, the prize includes:

• Design Therapy Furniture Package

• 2021 GMC Yukon SLT

• 2021 Arctic Fox Classic Travel Trailer Model 25W

• 2021 Duckworth 20 Navigator Sport HT

• a five-year annual couples’ membership at Crown Isle Golf Course, along with a $7,500 Golf Shop credit.

And if that’s not enough, there’s also $1.1 million in cash, making the total prize package worth $2.5 million.

The Courtenay option is one of seven seven luxury home packages available. Others are located in Morgan Creek and Grandview Heights in South Surrey, Vernon, Okanagan Falls, Vancouver, and Victoria.

The winner also has the option of choosing $2.2 million in tax-free cash instead of taking one of the prize home packages. All prize home video tours are available to be viewed online at https://bcchildren.com

Ticket sales for the 2021 Choices Lottery run until midnight, April 8, but tickets often sell out before the final deadline. There are more than 3,200 prizes worth over a total of $3.9 million.

A total of 315,000 tickets are sold to win a Grand Prize. Three-packs for $100, six-packs for $175, nine-packs for $250, and 20-packs for $500.

In addition to the main draw, there is also a 50/50 lottery, a daily cash game, and 51 early bird prizes.

Individuals can purchase their tickets online at bcchildren.com, by phone, 604-692-2333, toll-free at 1-888-887-8771, or in-person at London Drugs starting on Jan. 13.

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