Buying Lottery Scratch Off Tickets In Bulk [video]

You have to be fairly brave to risk buying whole rolls of scratch off lottery tickets in one go. Or do you..?

Well, here’s one guy who did exactly that. And not just once either (spending a total of $2,700). I won’t spoil the surprise of how much he ends up winning – you’ll have to watch yourself to find out 🙂

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Don’t forget that out of any roll of tickets you’re certain to win back at least some of your initial outlay.

If you check the back of the tickets the ‘win something’ rate is typically about 1 ticket out of 4, on average. Which means if there are 50 tickets in a roll then about 12 of them will be winners. You just don’t know how many of those winners are going to be worth anything decent. That’s the tricky bit 🙂

What’s the most scratchers you’ve ever bought in one go? Have you ever bought a whole roll? How did you do? Add a comment below.

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P.P.S. If scratchers are your thing you might also like ‘How To Win Scratch Offs’. It’s the scratchers guide book written by an ex-lottery ‘insider’. It’s pricey, but not bad.

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79 Comments so far ↓

  • Marie

    I did it once, spent three hundred (was a bucket list). When it was all over I cashed out at $297. Though I didn’t make money I wasn’t unhappy, cause it was fun to scratch them all off. When I knew I had a winner I waited until I was all done to see what I had won. Wouldn’t do it again but at least it’s one thing off my list.

  • Derek Distefano

    I bought books of $10 tickets. It was 100 for $1,000. I got $565 six times and $1,100 once.

  • TT Swindlehurst

    Interesting video this. Probably not a good long term strategy though!

  • Karen Davis

    I bought four $10 tickets and prayed to god before I scraped. He simply gave me what I needed, exclusive amount, amen. It’s not luck if you believe in god?

  • Sal V

    How many $20 scratchers come in a sealed pack sold at my local mini mart? (CA.)

  • Charles

    The lottery is designed to take your money, they do not put enough big winners out there on scratch offs. And don’t care if that was your last dollar spent. Unless your 1 in millions to get lucky. You stand a better chance playing the stock market.

    • LG

      The lottery is a business so of course they are designed to make a profit, they wouldn’t exist otherwise 🙂

      I totally disagree with your stock market comparison though. Not only can you lose money there too anyway, but you can’t turn $1 into $1 Million with stocks. That’s the point 🙂

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