scratchcard


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scratchcard

(ˈskrætʃˌkɑːd)
n
a ticket that reveals whether or not the holder is eligible for a prize when the surface is removed by scratching
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scratchcard

n (Brit: for lottery etc) → Rubbellos nt
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TWO former jailbirds are suing lottery bosses after being refused a PS4million jackpot over fears they bought the winning scratchcard with a stolen debit card.
Hugging the lucky ginger tom, the delighted couple told how Andrew bought the PS1million-winning scratchcard after going to get a tin of Whiskas.
Ryanair, Irelands No 1 airline, announced it is sponsoring the FAI Cerebral Palsy football team for the Cerebral Palsy World Cup in Spain, through Ryanairs Scratchcard initiative.
TWO pals who won PS4m on a scratchcard have spent the last four days celebrating - but have now been told they may not get the winnings.
ANEWCASTLE couple can finally give their two autistic children the life they have always dreamed of after a PS1m National Lottery Scratchcard win.
A RAILWAY worker from Merthyr Tydfil couldn't believe his luck when he won PS70,000 on a scratchcard.
No, not your time - this is not one of those motivational memes on Facebook - we mean a PS5 Santa's Millions Scratchcard, from The National Lottery.
A WOMAN has scooped PS250,000 on the Lottery after buying a PS2 scratchcard to get change for a parking meter.
CHELMSLEY Wood sisters Lucy and Annie Dixon were overjoyed when they scooped PS300,000 on a scratchcard.
Lynval Allen stopped at Tesco in Bethesda to buy a bottle of wine to go with his dinner, and picked up a National Lottery scratchcard at the till.