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Need HELP ASAP..Scratch Tiv Abbreviation Letters

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Posted: April 26, 2008, 3:27 pm - IP Logged

I am holding a scratcher from Florida where I have 2 symbols (Rings) that are the same.

It's a five dollar ticket.

I am "ON EDGE OF SUSPENSE" cause the letter abreviations you see that kind of spell out the prize I do not recognize.

It is definitely a winner.

Letters are from top to bottom

T   G   E

I am on edge...

What could these TGE letters be abbreviated for ??????????

Example,

$2 is T. W. O

$30 is T.H.R.T.Y

$4 is F.O.R

FREE TICKET is T . I. C

 

Please someone help...

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    Posted: April 26, 2008, 3:31 pm - IP Logged

    is there a prize amount by your rings?

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      Posted: April 26, 2008, 3:34 pm - IP Logged

      Hey Catsrule...

      It is definitely a winner (2 symbols same game grid match) 2 wedding rings

      I still have the prize covered up.

      Too nervous to reveal it.

      Trying to savor the moment....

      Might be a rinky prize... But it is still a DEFINITE PRIZE.

      What could letter coding TGE mean ?

      I can't think of any numbers that sound like this..

      except for TWO GRAND or TEN GRAND

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        Posted: April 26, 2008, 3:38 pm - IP Logged

        yeah it sounds like a good winner because all the smaller prizes doesn't start with tgn. congrats on what ever prize it is!!! Smiley

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          Posted: April 26, 2008, 3:38 pm - IP Logged

          OK.... ALL>..

          FALSE ALARM..

          It is an $8.00 winner.

          http://www.flalottery.com/inet/scrathoff$GamesDetailMain.do?gameNumber=734

          SHOOOOT!!!!!!

          With all the all the prize roots of $5 to $50,000, $500, $5000 etc...

          I couldn't figure out what letters E G T meant....

          It's an Eight!

          %#%#%#!


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            Posted: April 26, 2008, 3:39 pm - IP Logged

            THANKS

            or TNKS!

            :)

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              Posted: April 26, 2008, 3:43 pm - IP Logged

              an 8, egt i should of thought. One time i won $18 and tried to figure what what the letters stood for. It does make egt look like a huge prize.

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                Posted: May 16, 2008, 10:51 pm - IP Logged

                Prize winning tickets $600 and over can have common non-winning three letter codes. The three letter coding is for ticket retailers (who cash in tickets $599 or less). I have seen big winners before (posted in one of the lottery offices) and one of them had the code "NVW" which is a common non-winning code for tickets.

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                  Posted: May 29, 2008, 10:19 pm - IP Logged

                  Prize winning tickets $600 and over can have common non-winning three letter codes. The three letter coding is for ticket retailers (who cash in tickets $599 or less). I have seen big winners before (posted in one of the lottery offices) and one of them had the code "NVW" which is a common non-winning code for tickets.

                  That's the deal in most states. It's a bit different in Colorado, which have codes for all amounts, whether it can be cashed by a retailer or not.

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