Please note these FAQs are subject to change at the sole discretion of the Louisiana Department of Health.
Shot For 100 is part of a public outreach campaign to increase awareness of the availability and benefit of COVID-19 vaccines. While initially for students of Louisiana institutions of higher education (IHEs), Shot For 100 is being expanded to all Louisianans who choose to become vaccinated against COVID-19.
Louisiana is offering a non-reloadable Visa prepaid card issued by the U.S. Bank National Association (U.S. Bank) that will be given to eligible participants following receipt of one dose of a COVID-19 vaccination at a participating COVID-19 vaccination site. The card will be loaded with a $100 value (minus any applicable U.S. Bank fees) following appropriate registration and activation, as determined solely by LDH.
Any person eligible for a first dose vaccine can receive a one time Shot For $100 incentive card at participating sites. Students at institutions of higher education who have not yet been incentivized with a Shot For $100 gift card are eligible to receive a one-time Shot For $100 incentive card on a second dose vaccination at a campus site. Must receive card at a participating community based vaccination location during the month of October. If you are 17 years of age or younger, you will need parental consent in order to receive your COVID-19 vaccine. If your IHE is participating in this program, you are eligible for participation if you are a student, who receives at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccination through an IHE COVID-19 vaccination site. Students should contact their IHE administrators to determine whether or not their school is participating in the program.
Parental consent is required for individuals 17 years of age or younger in order to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and therefore will be required to participate in Shot For 100.
When you receive one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine from a participating COVID-19 vaccination site, you will be given an unloaded U.S. Bank Rewards Card along with instructions on how to register and activate your card.
Once you register at ShotFor100.com and provide the necessary information, you will receive a message that states that your card will be ready for activation forty-eight (48) hours after receipt.
Following the 48-hour period, your card will be loaded with a non-reloadable $100 value (minus any applicable U.S. Bank fees) and can be used once activated in accordance with the instructions.
Residents should fill out the webform and activate their cards as soon as possible as the program is limited. Instructions will be available onsite to assist.
If you are having a technical issue or you do not have access to the internet, our call center can assist you by calling our toll-free at 1-855-453-0774 at the following times: Monday through Saturday at 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM CDT and Sundays from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM CDT.
The program is currently capped at 75,000. The registration will be closed when 75,000 valid registrations/card activations have been received. Regardless, this pilot phase will not last past October 31, 2021.
No, each eligible individual may only receive one card during the duration for the program.
Yes. Please refer to the U.S. Bank Terms and Conditions provided with your card.
Please refer to the U.S. Bank Terms and Conditions provided with your card.
Yes, the individual will be responsible for any applicable state or federal taxes.
The Louisiana Department of Health
LDH is using a portion of its Federal Coronavirus Relief Funds to fund this innovative public outreach campaign and initiative. The U.S. Treasury, under the direction of Presidents Trump and Biden, have authorized funds for broad COVID-19 response purposes. Louisiana is using a portion of its unspent federal funds to share information about the availability and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines and to encourage additional Louisianans to get vaccinated to stop the spread and boost our public health and continued economic recovery. No state funds will be used to pay for the prizes.
LDH will never ask for money in connection with the Shot For 100 program. Do not respond to a letter, email, phone call or social media post asking you to send money to get a donation or prize. LDH or its partners will never send you this type of communication.
Never give your credit card, full Social Security number, passport or bank account numbers over the phone to someone promising you a donation or prize.
The Louisiana Department of Health has a call center available to answer questions regarding the incentive program. The call center is open 7 days a week (Monday-Saturday 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM CDT and Sundays from Noon to 8:00 PM CDT) and can be reached toll free at 1-855-453-0774.