Lucky Envelopes is our most versatile promotion. Great for sponsor involvement in all venues, it gives your contestants the chance to select from numerous sealed envelopes containing various prize levels. Enhance your presentation by using one of our professionally designed game boards or putting the envelopes in beer bottles, Christmas presents, money bags, whatever fits your situation.
Step by Step:
Select an envelope game from the options below, insured grand prize amount and several self-insured consolation prizes geared for excitement. Or give us a call to help create a custom contest to suit your needs.
Advertise the chance to win Big Prizes at your event.
We’ll send you the security envelopes for each contestant configured to fit your game. Place the envelopes on display in the containers of your choice, or choose from our contest supplies and game boards, and select your contestants.
When your contestant selects the winning combination of envelopes they win the grand prize and Odds On will be there to pay for the prize!
Choose from the following or give us a call to develop a custom lucky envelope game to fit your needs.
Pick X of X
Just as the name says, contestants pick 1 of 100, 2 of 10, 3 of 20 or any other combination you can think of. Each group of envelopes contains the exact number of winning prize symbols.
Pick 'Til You Win
This lucky envelope game will build suspense and excitement by keeping your contestants playing for 5-10 minutes. Contestants start with Forty (40) envelopes and open one envelope at a time unveiling one of three different prizes at stake. The first prize selected five times is the one they walk away with. Grand prize paid for by Odds On's contest insurance, of course!
Rise To Riches
An exciting envelope game that builds suspense as players climb for cash. Contestants are asked to choose One (1) of Three (3) envelopes displayed on Level 1. If they select the correct envelope they move up to the next level and repeat the process until they reach the top level and win the grand prize, and Odds On Promotions writes the check.
This envelope game is simple to run and easy for contestants to understand. Contestants are asked to choose One (1) of Two (2) envelopes displayed on Level 1. If they select the correct envelope they move up to the next level and repeat the process until they reach the top level and win the grand prize, paid for by our prize indemnification insurance.
Similar to the 50/50 Game, contestants move “up” a pyramid of cash or prizes by choosing an envelope on each row that contains the grand prize symbol. As they make their way up the pyramid, the number of envelopes to choose from gets smaller and the odds of winning get bigger! If the contestant picks them right all the way up to the top, they’ll take home the grand prize and our grand prize insurance kicks in to fork over the dough.
Match & Win
It doesn’t get any easier than this. Contestants pick three envelopes out of 20. If they locate the three matching symbols they win, and Odds On's promotion prize indemnification hands over the dough.
Fun and flexible, the object of this envelope game is for your contestants to locate 3 matching playing cards out of total of 20 (or 21) envelopes in order to win big. And when your contestant finds all three, they’ll win big and our A Rated contest prize coverage will pay out – up to a million bucks.
Cash Is King
In this rewarding envelope game, the goal is to find $1,000 total in order to win a giant prize! Contestants select 3 envelopes out of a total of 20, each of which contains a dollar amount. If the total of the three envelopes is over $1,000, they lose (or win an ancillary prize). If it’s less than $1,000 they win the amount they’ve revealed. But, if your contestant can total $1,000 - they win up to $1,000,000 paid for by Odds On's grand prize coverage.
Here is a great promotion that will give several lucky contestants the chance to share in a giant prize. Arrange 25 money bags in a display at your event then choose 10 lucky finalists each of whom will select one of the bags. If your ten finalists can find 5 winning bags, they’ll share in the grand prize and our jackpot insurance will hand over the cash.
This poker-themed envelope game gives contestants five different ways to win. Your contestants select five envelopes from a total of 20, each filled with a card (four Aces, four Kings, four Queens, four Jacks and four 10s). If they draw a three of kind they win $1000, a straight is worth $2000, a full house is $3000, while a four of a kind is worth $25,000. If your lucky contestant draws a Royal, they’ll win a $1,000,000 and Odds On's prize indemnity insurance will fork over the dough.
A fun and easy to understand envelope game applicable to many themes. Contestants pick from 20 envelopes containing a winning or non-winning symbol. If your lucky contestant can collect 10 winning symbols before unveiling 3 non-winning symbols, they will score the grand prize, paid for by Odds On! Ancillary prizes can be given based on the number of winning symbols revealed.
Monday Night Match-Up
Here’s a fun way to add excitement to your Sunday and Monday Night Football parties. We’ll send you 32 envelopes, each one containing the name of a NFL team. If a lucky contestant can pick the names of the two teams scheduled to play that night, they’ll win big bucks and our prize indemnity coverage will hand over the cash.
Super Sunday Match-Up
Similar to Monday Night Match-Up, this game gives contestants the chance to win big if they can pick the right two teams, except this time contestants get to choose one envelope from a pile marked NFC and the other from a pile marked AFC.
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