National Lottery £100,000 Lime Scratch Card for 18/03/2011
ID Number: Game 0490
Price: £5 per Ticket
Win Odds: 1 in 3.70
Tickets In Play: 25,711,680
No of Games: 3
How To Play National Lottery £100K Lime Scratch Card
In order for a player to be entitled to actually win a cash prize with their £100,000 Lime scratchcard, they must match a minimum of three identical Play symbols with the Play Captions featured on the ticket. In other words, when the player scratches the silver coating included in the Play Area to reveal the symbols contained underneath it they will receive a prize to the value of the Play Symbols (the symbols contained under the coating). Therefore, a player who has two “hntho” symbols (the captioned, shorthand form to denote and refer to £100,000) and one “fvtho” symbol, then they will receive nothing.
Likewise, if all three captions were “hntho” they would win £100,000 and if all the captions were “fvtho” then they would win £5000.
Beyond that, there is nothing else of any real importance to be aware of, other than the odds of actually winning maybe altered from time to time if, and only if, the lottery organisers decide to print more tickets. Typically, they do not tend to print additional tickets and introduce them into circulation, so this is more of an academic point than anything else.