HAWAII DREAM GETAWAY PROMOTION
One hundred (100) winners per drawing.
Prize Value: $24,370.74* [including tax withholding]**
Experience Hawaii like never before with a private concert from one of the hottest names in country music at the breathtaking Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa, in Maui, Hawaii. You'll enjoy a customized Taste of the Islands Dinner followed by a private VIP concert from Darius Rucker. This getaway includes chances to win unique adventures including a Catamaran Cruise, Helicopter Island Tour or a relaxing Spa Treatment. Prepare for the getaway of your dreams!
Travel Accommodations for Winner and Guest:
- Round-trip airfare from a Texas International Airport in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Austin or El Paso to Maui, Hawaii
- Six  night stay from September 26 - October 2, 2022, at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa in a standard room (double occupancy)
- All ground transportation between Kahului Maui Airport and Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa
- Daily Breakfast Buffet
- Private welcome reception with local entertainment
- A Private Drums of the Pacific Luau Dinner event
- A Taste of the Islands Dinner with private VIP concert to be performed by Darius Rucker
- Three  days of complimentary golf at Ka'anapali Golf Course
- Welcome gift valued at $100
- $1,000 spending money
- A chance to win cash prize giveaways totalling $50,000
- Plus, chances to win VIP activities/excursions for two 
*Maximum prize value.
**The Texas Lottery will report a winner of a lottery prize to the IRS once the prize has been claimed, as required under federal law. For U.S. citizens, the federal government requires lottery winnings to be reported to the IRS for tax purposes if an individual wins $600 or more and if the winnings are at least 300 times the amount of the per board wager, or the winnings are subject to federal income tax withholding [winnings greater than $5,000].
The tax withholding rate is 24% for winnings, less the wager, that are greater than $5,000. Prize withholdings are calculated on the total amount of gross proceeds [the amount of winnings minus the amount wagered].
If you have questions regarding the tax consequences of winning any Texas Lottery® game, including a promotional second-chance drawing, we recommend that you consult with your own accountant or tax advisor prior to claiming your prize. Once a claim is approved, the prize is considered to be claimed, and may not be changed or refused after that point, and tax responsibility will be borne by the prize winner.