Check your county for participating vaccination clinics, then click or call to arrange your vaccination.

Don’t wait – offer only good while supplies last.

Alameda County

Color Health

The Community Church, Greater St. Paul, and Friendship Christian Center locations only. 

Make an appointment on MyTurn.

LifeLong Medical Care

San Pablo, Richmond, East Oakland, and West Berkeley locations only. 

Go to https://www.lifelongmedical.org/covid-vaccine.html or call 510-549-5454 for more information.

Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center

Ashland, Fire House Clinic, and Union City locations only. 

Go to https://tvhc.org/covid-19-vaccine/ for more information.

Contra Costa County

LifeLong Medical

Brookside and William Jenkins Health Center locations only. 

Go to https://www.lifelongmedical.org/covid-vaccine.html or call 510-549-5454 for more information.

Kern County

Clinica Sierra Vista

34th Street, Arvin, East Bakersfield, East Niles, 1st Street, Fraizer Mountain, Greenfield, Lamont, and South Bakersfield locations only. 

Go to https://www.clinicasierravista.org/vaccinations/ or call 661-635-3050 for more information.

Los Angeles County

Center For Family Health & Education

Panorama City location only.

Make an appointment on MyTurn or go to https://www.cffhae.org/ for more information.

Chinatown Service Center

767 N. Hill Street location only.

Make an appointment on MyTurn or go to https://www.cscla.org/ for more information.

Curative

Palmdale Oasis, Santa Clarita, and mobile van unit locations only. 

Make an appointment on MyTurn or go to https://curative.com/covid-19-vaccine for more information, including daily van locations.

JWCH Institute

S. San Pedro, Norwalk, Lynwood, Bellflower, Vermont, Southeast LA, Bell Gardens, Downey, Pasadena, and Lancaster locations only.

Go to http://jwchinstitute.org/ or call 866-733-5924 for more information.

Kaiser Permanente

Antelope Valley and Panorama City locations only.

Go to https://healthy.kaiserpermanente.org/health-wellness/coronavirus-information/vaccine-appointments or call 833-574-2273 for more information.

Priority Care Medical Group

El Monte and Long Beach locations only.

Make an appointment on MyTurn or go to https://www.cffhae.org/ for more information.

St. John’s Well Child & Family Center

Vermont Ave., Compton, Compton College, Crenshaw, East LA Civic Center, Lincoln, Magnolia, Rolland Curtis, Washington, Avalon, Clinton, and Williams locations only.

Go to https://www.wellchild.org/covid-vaccine-appointments/ or call 877-612-8299 for more information.

Orange County

UCI Family Health

Anaheim and Santa Ana locations only.

Make an appointment on MyTurn or go to https://www.ucihealth.org/covid-19 for more information.

Riverside County

Curative

Riverside City Sears, Lake Elsinore, Indio, Palm Springs, and mobile van unit locations only. 

Make an appointment on MyTurn or go to https://curative.com/covid-19-vaccine for more information, including daily van locations.

Sacramento County

Elica Health

Arden Arcade, Franklin Boulevard, N. Highlands, Mack Road, Marysville, and Midtown locations only.

Go to https://www.elicahealth.org/ or call 916-454-2345 for more information.

Color Health

Antioch Progressive Church, Life Matters Logan Park, Life Matters Point Natomas, and Bethel Ministries locations only.

Make an appointment on MyTurn.

Curative

McClellan Park, Cal Expo, and mobile van unit locations only. 

Make an appointment on MyTurn or go to https://curative.com/covid-19-vaccine for more information, including daily van locations.

San Bernardino County

Color Health

Rialto Palm Ave, San Bernardino Depot, San Bernardino Downtown, Orange Way, and Chino locations only.

Make an appointment on MyTurn.

Curative

San Bernardino mobile van unit locations only. 

Make an appointment on MyTurn or go to https://curative.com/covid-19-vaccine for more information, including daily van locations.

Dignity Health

St. Bernardine Health Center location only.

Make an appointment on MyTurn or go to https://www.dignityhealth.org/socal/locations/stbernardinemedical for more information.

Kaiser Permanente

Fontana and Ontario locations only.

Go to https://healthy.kaiserpermanente.org/health-wellness/coronavirus-information/vaccine-appointments or call 833-574-2273 for more information.

San Joaquin County

Community Medical Centers

Channel, E. March Lane, and Manteca locations only.

Go to http://www.communitymedicalcenters.org/ or call 209-425-0007 for more information.

Solano County

Community Medical Centers

Dixon and Vacaville locations only.

Go to http://www.communitymedicalcenters.org/ or call 209-425-0007 for more information.

Tulare County

Color Health

Granite Hills High School, Whitendale Community Center, Terra Bella Veterans Memorial Building, Strathmore, Goshen Neighborhood Church, Lindsay Wellness Center, Exeter Veterans Memorial Building, and Tipton SPDES locations only.

Make an appointment on MyTurn.

Ventura County

Curative

Ventura mobile van unit locations only. 

Make an appointment on MyTurn or go to https://curative.com/covid-19-vaccine for more information, including daily van locations.

Yolo County

Elica Health

Halyard location only.

Go to https://www.elicahealth.org/ or call 916-454-2345 for more information.

Yuba/Sutter Counties

Curative

Yuba/Sutter mobile van unit locations only.

Make an appointment on MyTurn or go to https://curative.com/covid-19-vaccine for more information, including daily van locations.

Terms and Conditions

PURPOSE: 

The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) will conduct a series of randomized drawings for prizes to be awarded to vaccinated persons in order to reinforce the importance of vaccination as a way to protect public health in the face of a pandemic. The persons identified in the drawings will be able to claim a California Dream Vacations trip.

TERMS OF PROGRAM:

Drawings for the six (6) California Dream Vacations will take place on July 1, 2021. Six people will be drawn at random on that date. Drawing dates are subject to change. An eligible individual can win no more than 1 destination vacation package. CDPH reserves the right to terminate or extend this promotion at any time.

ELIGIBILITY AND PARTICIPATION: 

The persons eligible for the drawings will be limited to living persons, age 18 and older at the time of the drawing, who were not temporarily present in California[1] when they received a vaccine dose, and are identified in the State’s vaccine registry, as of the time of the drawing, as having received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.[2] No action is needed by eligible persons to be included in the drawings. No purchase or payment of fees is necessary for participation. Immigration status is not a barrier to eligibility. Incarcerated persons are not eligible. Employees of CDPH, the California State Lottery, the California Health and Human Services Agency, the Government Operations Agency, Visit California, the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development, and the Office of the Governor, and their immediate families, are not eligible. “Immediate family” means spouse and dependent children, consistent with California Government Code section 82029.  Note: Eligible persons below the age of 21 may not be able to redeem some portions of the California Dream Vacations is selected as a winner.

WINNER SELECTION AND NOTIFICATION:

  • CDPH will lead a process by which the State will randomly select provisional winners from eligible participants. To do so, CDPH will provide a list of random number identifiers representing each eligible participant – identifiers that can only be connected with persons’ identities by CDPH – to the California Lottery, which will conduct the random drawing using standard practices applicable to drawings that ensure randomness and integrity of the draw. The California Lottery will then transmit the selected numbers back to CPDH, which will identify and contact the selected persons.  Following confirmation from CDPH, CDPH will provide the winner with contact information which can then be used to contact Visit California to redeem their package. 
  • The names of award winners will not initially be announced due to state law concerning disclosure of immunization records. The names of award winners may subsequently be announced if consent is first received from the award winner. 
  • Winners will be given the opportunity to decline the prize or decline publicity associated with the prize. 
  • Accepting the prize will require giving consent to disclose the winner’s information from CDPH’s vaccine registry for purposes including, but not limited to, tax withholding/reporting.
  • If CDPH cannot immediately make contact via telephone with the persons selected in the drawing, CDPH will repeat efforts to contact the persons via telephone, text, email or other contact information associated with the person’s record in the State’s vaccine registry.  Contact attempts will take place between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Pacific Time.  CDPH’s efforts to contact persons selected in the drawing may end 96 hours after the first attempt at contacting the persons, after which time they may no longer be offered a prize and another person may be selected for the prize from the pool of eligible persons. The method of attempting to contact selected persons, using the contact information available, is within the sole discretion of CDPH and not subject to appeal or review.  
  • The timing and degree of efforts used to locate a winner or to deem a winner ineligible based upon the terms of the program shall be at the sole discretion of CDPH. 
  • The random drawing will also include selection of alternates in case selected persons decline the prizes, are ineligible for the prizes, or cannot be contacted, to ensure all prizes are awarded.

ODDS: 

The odds of winning will depend on the total number of eligible persons identified in the State’s vaccine registry at the time of the drawing.  Publicly available data regarding the number of eligible persons may be found on the State’s COVID dashboard.

ADDITIONAL TERMS:

  • Prizes may be subject to taxation.
  • Portions of the California Dream Vacation prize packages may be non-transferable.  
  • Except as otherwise specified herein, prize winners who agree to the use of their names and/or likenesses for advertising and publicity purposes, do so without compensation.  
  • Proof of age, eligibility and identity must be furnished upon request.
  • Winners will receive the prize only upon completion of their second dose (when receiving a vaccine that requires that the person receive two doses to be fully vaccinated).
  • Awarding of prizes will be made through Visit California. 
  • Awarding of prizes is contingent on the completion of any necessary and appropriate paperwork to facilitate awarding of any prize. 
  • CDPH has the right to modify or end the Vax for the Win program at any time.
  • To accept and receive a prize, participants must agree to release and hold harmless CDPH, Visit California, and their employees, agents and officers from any claim, demand, judgement, award and/or any liability of any kind related to this Vaccine Incentive Public Health Program.

In the event of a conflict, these official rules supersede any applicable general rules or advertisements of the Vax for the Win program.

[1] The determination of whether a person was temporarily present in California shall be at the sole discretion of CDPH and not subject to review or appeal.

[2] Some persons who have received a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in California may not be identified in the State’s vaccine registry.  If CDPH is unable to obtain vaccination status information about such individuals from other governmental agencies holding such information prior to the drawings, such individuals will not be eligible for drawings.  CDPH makes no commitment or promise that such information will be obtained from other governmental agencies prior to the drawings. 

Vax for the Win

California’s vaccine incentive program

Get vaccinated, get rewarded

We’ve already awarded millions of dollars in prizes and perks to vaccinated Californians, but we’re not done yet.

Get vaccinated and you could win one of 6 California dream vacations! No matter when you were vaccinated, you’re automatically entered.

Ready to win but not yet vaccinated? Do it soon for your chance to get a $50 card and a ticket to any Six Flags park in California!

And thank you for helping us beat the pandemic!

CA dream vacations

Tickets to Six Flags

$50 cards

How you can win

CA dream vacations - “Golden State Getaways”

Who’s ready to travel again? Get vaccinated and you could win a travel package to a great California destination! On July 1, we’re giving away 6 dream vacations, including hotels, food, and entertainment for up to four.

Plus you’ll get $2,000 for expenses. All vaccinated Californians 18 and over are automatically entered to win!

Get details for each package at Visit California. See Terms and Conditions.

Want to get away?

Illustration of California landmarks reflected in sunglasses with text WIN THE DREAM!

Tickets to Six Flags

Do you miss amusement parks? Select vaccination sites are giving away tickets to any Six Flags park in California while supplies last!

  • Six Flags Magic Mountain is the undisputed Thrill Capital of the World, with more coasters than anywhere on the planet.
  • Six Flags Discovery Kingdom is the Thrill Capital of Northern California, featuring a unique combination of animal attractions, thrilling rides, exciting shows, and wildlife presentations.
  • Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles and Hurricane Harbor Concord offer thrilling waterpark fun for the entire family.

Just get your first vaccine dose at a participating clinic, and you’ll get a ticket.

But don’t wait. Each clinic has a limited supply!

Ready for some fun?

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$50 cards - “You Call the Shot California”

Not yet vaccinated? Now's the time. Get your vaccination now and get a $50 card! Choose between a $50 virtual cash card, Kroger card, or Albertsons card.

Only the first 2 million vaccinated starting May 27, 2021 will get this $50 card, so act fast. Available while supplies last.

You’re eligible to receive a $50 card if you:

  • Live in California,
  • Are aged 12 and older,
  • And get vaccinated starting on or after May 27.

To get your $50 card, just:

  • Get vaccinated
  • Get your code (sent within 7-10 days)
  • Redeem and pick your reward

See Terms and Conditions.

Ready to get rewarded?

Illustration of a $50 incentive card and what you could get with it: groceries, vegetables, and cash

Questions and answers

For rules, eligibility, and more details, see Terms and Conditions.

All drawings and incentives

What do I need to do to enter?

Just get vaccinated in California for COVID-19. No need to fill out an entry form. You are automatically entered in the drawing based on California immunization records once your vaccinator provides the state vaccination registry with your information. Vaccinations count whether you got the Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson vaccine. You must be living in California to win. Winner gets the prize money after they complete their vaccination series.

How do I book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment?

You can schedule appointments or find walk-in clinics at myturn.ca.gov. You can also use other websites or hotlines provided by the CDC or local health departments. Appointments can also be made by calling the California COVID-19 Hotline at 1-833-422-4255.

What if I get vaccinated outside of California’s My Turn system?

You do not need to vaccinate through My Turn to be eligible. You are still eligible if your vaccination site is in California and reports doses given to the state.

What if I opted to not share my data with the Immunization Information Systems (IIS)?

The data is still reported to the state, so you would still be eligible for the incentive and other cash prizes.

How will winners be notified?

The state protects your privacy, and has taken steps to protect Californians against scams. The winners will be notified by officials from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) through official "State of CA CDPH" caller ID, text, CDPH email address, or in person by CDPH district staff. Only CDPH knows the identity of the person associated with the random number that has been drawn. For more information, see the Terms and Conditions.

Winners will not be asked to pay any fees associated with verifying eligibility for the cash prize. Any fraudulent activities or misinformation should be reported to rumors@cdph.ca.gov or 1-833-993-3873. Individuals can use this email address or phone number to report any concerns about the authenticity of any contact they have received related to cash prizes.

Will you make public the names of winners?

At the time of the drawing, no names will be announced. Winners can decline the prize, or decline publicity associated with the prize.

Does a person need to be a U.S. citizen to win?

No. Eligibility is not determined by immigration status. Those eligible to win must only meet the following criteria:

  • Live in California,
  • Are aged 12 and older,
  • And have received at least a first dose of their COVID-19 vaccine.

Who is not eligible?

You are not eligible if you are:

  • An employee of certain government agencies or their immediate family member, 
  • Incarcerated,
  • Live outside of California, or
  • Got vaccinated outside of California. 

Prize money will be paid after the winner completes their vaccination series.

I got a call about Vax for the Win that seemed fraudulent. What should I do?

Winners will be notified by the California Department of Public Health and will not be asked to pay any fees associated with verifying eligibility for the cash prize.

Any fraudulent activities or misinformation can be reported to rumors@cdph.ca.gov or 1-833-993-3873. Individuals should also use this email address or phone number to report any concerns about the authenticity of any contact they have received related to cash prizes.

Is personal health information shared through these vaccine incentive programs?

No, Californians' personal health information is not shared by these programs. The Lottery will assist the programs, but will not receive personally-identifiable information. All entries will be anonymous to them.

The names of winners won't be disclosed without their consent. However, the county of the winner could be announced. The state will ensure the drawings are fair, honest, legal, and protective of personal information.

Who pays for this program?

This program is being paid for by the State of California.

$1.5 million grand prizes and $50,000 Fridays

How will the prize money be paid?

All prize money is subject to taxation and will be paid by the State Controller’s Office. The prize money will also be subject to any back taxes, child support payments, or liens owed by the winner.

Dream Vacations

How will the Dream Vacations be disbursed?

After a winner accepts the Dream Vacation, their name and contact information will be provided to the organizer of that trip. The organizer will serve as the travel liaison for the winner. The organizer will contact the winner within five business days of them accepting the prize to provide details on redeeming the Dream Vacation. 

The organizing companies are:

Is there a choice of Dream Vacations?

No, one winner will be chosen for each of six trips:

  • San Francisco (4 people for 5 nights)
  • Greater Palm Springs (2 people for 2 nights)
  • Anaheim/Orange County (4 people for 6 nights)
  • Los Angeles (4 people for 3 nights)
  • San Diego Beach (4 people for 5 nights)
  • San Diego Downtown (4 people for 5 nights)

Do the Dream Vacations expire?

Yes. 

The Anaheim/Orange County Dream Vacation and the San Diego Dream Vacations must be used by May 31, 2022. 

The San Francisco, Greater Palm Springs and Los Angeles Dream Vacations must be used by June 15, 2022.

Are the Dream Vacations taxable?

Yes.

Tickets to Six Flags

How many free tickets are available and who is eligible? 

Six Flags is donating 50,000 free tickets to any Californian who receives their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination at participating providers starting June 16, while supplies last.

Which parks are eligible?

The tickets will be eligible at any of the four Six Flags parks in California - Six Flags Magic Mountain, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord.

How will I receive my ticket?

Paper tickets will be provided at the provider’s location at the time of vaccination.

Which providers are distributing tickets and how can I get an appointment?

There are 65 vaccination brick and mortar locations and a number of vaccination pop-up sites which will be giving away the tickets through 14 provider organizations. The organizations distributing tickets are the Center for Family Health and Education, the Chinatown Service Center, Clinica Sierra Vista, Community Medical Centers, Elica Health Centers, the JWCH Institute, Lifelong Health, UCI Family Health, Tiburcio Vasquez Health Centers, and St. John’s Well Child and Family Centers. Kaiser Permanente, Dignity Health, Curative, and Color Health will also be distributing tickets in select locations. The counties covered by the site service areas include Alameda, Contra Costa, Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Sacramento, San Bernardino, San Joaquin, Solano, Tulare, Ventura, Yolo, and Yuba. See the full list of participating locations.

When will participating providers begin distributing tickets?

Participating providers will begin distributing tickets to newly vaccinated persons beginning on Wednesday, June 16th following the announcement by Governor Gavin Newsom.

What are the terms and conditions of the tickets? 

Tickets are valid until September 6th at any of the four Six Flags parks in California - Six Flags Magic Mountain, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord. Tickets are non-transferrable and not available for resale. Any attempt to resell tickets will result in a deactivation of the ticket.

$50 cards - "You Call the Shot California"

How long will the incentive cards last? When will the program run out?

Cards are only available for the first 2 million eligible individuals. To be eligible, you must start your vaccination process on May 27 or later.

If I got my first dose before the incentive card program started, then get my second dose after it started, am I eligible?

No, you are not eligible to receive an incentive card. But you are eligible for the other cash prizes. The purpose of the card program is to motivate unvaccinated Californians to get vaccinated before the state fully reopens on June 15.

Can I get the $50 incentive card if I completed my vaccination before the program started?

No. The incentive card program is intended to motivate the remaining Californians to get vaccinated before the state fully reopens on June 15. However, fully vaccinated Californians are eligible for other cash prizes.

How do I get my redemption code?

If you get vaccinated on or after May 27, you’ll get a redemption code by text or email within 7-10 days after your last vaccination. For those receiving a two-dose series, your $50 card will be set aside until your completed second dose.

  • If you do not have a mobile phone or email address, then 7-10 days after your vaccination, you can call 1-833-993-3873 to receive a physical card.
  • If you don’t have a permanent address, then 7-10 days after your vaccination, call 1-833-993-3873 to coordinate delivery of your $50 card.

How long after redeeming the incentive card does it take to receive it?

It takes up to five business days to receive the incentive card. If you have not received your card after five business days, call 1-833-993-3873.

How will people prove they’ve had both doses? What if someone tries to cheat with a fake vaccine card?

COVID-19 vaccines are tracked in California immunization records. Incentive cards and other cash prizes will be awarded based on those records.

What if I got vaccinated, but did not receive my code?

If you do not receive a code after 14 days, call 833-993-3873.

Is there a choice of incentive cards?

Yes, there are three choices:

  1. Virtual Mastercard®: Not an ATM card so it cannot be cashed out. It can be redeemed online where Debit Mastercard® is accepted. This is a virtual incentive card and can be added to a phone mobile wallet.
  2. Kroger: Good at Ralphs, Food 4 Less and Foods Co. We recommend printing the card, as not all grocery stores can scan it on a phone.
  3. Albertsons: Good at Safeway, Albertsons, Vons, Pavilions, and Andronico's Community Markets. We recommend printing the card, as not all grocery stores can scan it on a phone.

Available while supplies last. If you are younger than 18, you will need to have a parent or guardian complete the card selection process for you, unless you are an emancipated minor.

Does my redemption code ever expire?

Yes. You must use the redemption code within 90 days to claim your card. Once claimed, the Virtual Mastercard® expires after 12 months. The grocery cards never expire.