Guests of the Valley Forge Casino Resort are being presented a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to score a goal at the Wells Fargo Center before a Philadelphia Flyers game, with a chance to become a half million dollars richer.

Players who hit a suited blackjack from January 8 to March 26, 2016 will receive an entry into the grand prize drawing to shoot a goal and win $500,000. Three suited blackjacks in one day will be redeemable by players for $100 in match play. A scorecard can be printed out every day for players at a promotional kiosk. Every player that hits a suited blackjack will get their scorecard stamped, which is good for one entry. Entries can be deposited into the drum at the Valley Forge Casino Resort.

A drawing for one winner will be held on March 26, 2016 to win tickets to the Philadelphia Flyers game against the Washington Capitals on March 30, 2016. In addition to the $500,000, if the shot is made the winner will also meet the Flyers’ Radio Network on-air hosts and an autographed jersey. One thousand dollars will be given to the winner even if they miss the goal.

Valley Forge Casino Resort President and CEO Jim Rigot said, “So many of our players are also incredible sports fans.” Rigot added, “This opportunity to team up with the Philadelphia Flyers to give our guests a scoring chance – and the chance at $500,000 – is a tremendous win all around,” according to the casino’s website.

The Valley Forge Casino Resort in King of Prussia is less than 30 miles from Philadelphia, and features a 35,000 square foot casino floor with 600 slot machines, 50 table games, a luxury spa, two hotels, including 485 rooms and suites, and a selection of seven casual and upscale restaurants. The casino is open around the clock and the general public is welcome to play there as long as $10 is spent at any shop or restaurant on the grounds per Pennsylvania law for a Class III gaming facility. The casino’s license was recently renewed for a three year period by the state Gaming Control Board.

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