Three lucky New Orleans Saints football fans will be attending the Dec. 4 game against the Detroit Lions in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome thanks to their nonwinning Louisiana Lottery scratch-off tickets.

Mark LeBlanc of New Iberia, Pierrette Monette of Lafayette and Debra Nolte of Keithville entered their nonwinning $5 New Orleans Saints 2011 scratch-off tickets in the Lottery's second-chance drawing and were selected as 2011 Saints Prize Package winners. Each will receive four Plaza Club Sideline tickets with access to the Plaza Bunker Club, a parking pass, four pre-game field passes, one night hotel accommodation (two rooms), a $200 dinner allotment and $500 spending cash.

More than 45,000 New Orleans Saints 2011 scratch-offs were entered into the second-chance drawing. The Lottery is still accepting entries for one more drawing, the deadline for which will be announced once the game is closed.

During the final second-chance drawing, one entry will be selected to win a 2012 Saints Prize Package that includes four Plaza Sideline 2012 season tickets, a 2012 parking pass, four 2012 pre-game field passes, a tour of the Saints Practice Facility and lunch with the Saints head coach in the team cafeteria for up to four people. In addition, 25 entries will be selected to win official autographed Saints merchandise prizes to include a helmet, jersey or football.

To enter the final second-chance drawing, players should complete the information on the back of nonwinning New Orleans Saints 2011 scratch-off tickets and mail one ticket per envelope no larger than 4.5" by 9.5" to the drawing address printed on the back of the ticket. The entry must arrive at the second-chance drawing address by the announced final entry deadline to be eligible for the drawing. Players can enter as many times as they wish, but each entry should be mailed in a separate envelope.

The Louisiana Lottery is solely responsible for administering the game and second-chance drawings.

Lottery ticket purchasers and second-chance drawing entrants must be at least 21 years of age. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, help is available by calling 1-877-770-7867. For security purposes, the Lottery encourages players to sign the back of their tickets immediately after purchasing.