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ALL ABOUT THE BENJAMINS

HOW TO PLAY

ALL ABOUT THE BENJAMINS is a $5 game that offers 10 top prizes of $250,000.

When any of YOUR NUMBERS match any WINNING NUMBER, win prize shown under the matching number.

Reveal a "$100 BILL" (WIN100) symbol, win $100 instantly.

Reveal a "BEN FRANKLIN" (WINALL) symbol, win all 12 prizes shown!

HOW TO CONTACT THE PA LOTTERY:
Players with questions, including how to claim a Lottery prize, should send an email to:
RA-RVPALOTTCUSTSERV@pa.gov
or call 1-800-692-7481.

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ALL ABOUT THE BENJAMINS

CHANCES OF WIN

Price of ticket: 5 $

Top prize: 250 000 $

Other prizes: 5 000 $ – 1 000 $ – 500 $ – 200 $ – 100 $ – 50 $ – 20 $ – 10 $ – 5 $

A player can win up to 12 times on a ticket.

Winning percentage: 24.04 % of tickets is winning

Overall chances of winning a prize: 1 in 4.16

Chances of winning a top prize: 1 in 1 320 000

Win Approximate No. Of Winners Per 13 200 000 Tickets Approximate Odds Are 1 In:
250 000 $ 10 1 320 000
5 000 $ 20 660 000
1 000 $ 40 330 000
500 $ 1 430 9 231
200 $ 4 070 3 243
100 $ 109 450 120.60
50 $ 88 000 150
20 $ 550 000 24
10 $ 880 000 15
5 $ 1 540 000 8.57
... ... ...
Total 3 173 020 winning tickets of 13 200 000 tickets 1 ticket winning in 4.16 tickets

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WHAT IS A SCRATCHCARD?

A scratchcard (also called a scratch off, scratch ticket, scratcher, scratchum, scratch-it, scratch game, scratch-and-win, instant game, instant lottery, or in England a scratchie, lot scrots, or scritchies) is a card, often made of thin paper-based card for competitions and plastic to conceal PINs, where one or more areas contain concealed information which can be revealed by scratching off an opaque covering.

Applications include cards sold for gambling (especially lottery games and quizzes), free-of-charge cards for quizzes, fraudulent free cards encouraging calls to premium rate phone services, and to conceal confidential information such as PINs for telephone calling cards (otherwise known as recharge cards) and other prepaid services.

In some cases the entire scratchable area needs to be scratched to see whether a prize has been won—the card is printed either to be a winner or not—or to reveal the secret code; the result does not depend upon what portions are scratched off. In other cases, some but not all areas have to be scratched; this may apply in a quiz, where the area corresponding to the right answer is scratched, or in some gambling applications where, depending on which areas are scratched, the card wins or loses. In these cases the card becomes invalid if too many areas are scratched. After losing one can scratch all areas to see if, how, and what one could have won with this card.

Source:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scratchcard