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LEAKED: Rejected California Lottery Tickets from the Warner Bros. Records Collection

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Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 11:33 AM

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Yesterday the California State Lottery and Warner Bros. Records announced a landmark partnership that will place images of the label's vast and ever expanding roster on lottery tickets. Here, we'll let the Cali Lottery explain:

Warner Bros. Records and the California Lottery announced today a unique partnership that will be music to players' ears. On September 1, 2009, Warner Bros Records Scratchers® will hit stores. The first-ever music promotion offers players the opportunity to win the usual instant cash prizes, but also includes unique second-chance prizes, such as music downloads and concert tickets.

"We are excited to partner with Warner Bros. Records to bring a one-of-a-kind game to our players by combining the fun of winning with the excitement of music," said California Lottery Director Joan Borucki. "Our players have expressed great interest in music-themed prizes, and this game, coupled with our interactive Web site, will bring a new level of playing to our customers."

Last night a few of the rejected designs mysteriously landed in our inbox.

Check them out after the jump.

click to enlarge Biz Markie's "I Need a Haircut" Lotto Ticket. Grand prize winner gets haircuts for life.
  • Biz Markie's "I Need a Haircut" Lotto Ticket. Grand prize winner gets haircuts for life.

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