Get Vaccinated At City Market For a Chance To Win $1 Million
Here is some good news for everyone who has not yet been vaccinated for COVID-19.
Perhaps you have been undecided about whether or not to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Maybe you were waiting for just the right moment or a little more incentive. That moment may have just arrived.
Five Chances to Win $1 Million
If you get vaccinated at City Market you're going to have a chance to win $1 million or groceries for a year. What's special about this particular vaccine lottery is that it's exclusively for individuals who received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at a Kroger Family Company or by a Kroger Family Company healthcare professional at an off-site event. A total of five people will each win $1 million dollars in drawings conducted over the next five weeks. Additionally, 50 winners will each receive groceries for a year.
This particular vaccine lottery seems especially attractive because it is going to be available to a smaller pool of eligible individuals. While the Colorado vaccine lottery and the one being offered by Mesa County Public Health are both for everyone who has been vaccinated regardless of where it occurred, the Kroger giveaway specifically targets people who have been or will be vaccinated at one of their pharmacies or off-site events.
Here's How To Enter
If you received a COVID-19 vaccination at a City Market pharmacy you are eligible to win, but, you'll need to enter at krogergiveaway.com. If you haven't been vaccinated yet but are suddenly feeling motivated, you can schedule your vaccination on the same website and check out the official rules.
Of course, the purpose for this and the other vaccine lotteries is to provide extra incentive to people to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and help the nation get to a 70% vaccination rate. Only time will tell if these lotteries are successful in getting vaccination shots into the arms of more Americans. If I wasn't already vaccinated I believe these chances to win $1 million or groceries for an entire year would make me seriously consider getting it done right now.
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