This year’s Y Dream Home lottery sold out after just 10 days in April, which set a new record.
In 2017, Y Dream Home lottery tickets sold out in 23 days. In 2018, they sold out in 13 days.
Both were records.
A total of 15,000 tickets were sold to those hoping to win an $842,000 prize home in Tobiano, at 110 Cavesson Way.
Those holding tickets will know on Wednesday, July 3, whether they have won the home or any of the 638 additional prizes up for grabs.
Kamloops Y Dream Home lottery spokesman Bryce Herman and his crew will begin drawing tickets at 8 a.m. and continue until the home and all prizes have been awarded.
The winning 50/50 ticket will also be chosen, with a prize as high as $188,750 up for grabs.
The 3,300-square-foot house was built through a partnership between the Canadian Home Builders’ Association-Central Interior, Thompson Rivers University’s School of Trades and Technology and the Kamloops YMCA-YWCA.
This is the first year a Y Dream Home has been located outside city limits.
Go online to ydreamhome.ca for updates.