|Posted: September 9, 2007, 1:51 am - IP Logged|
If you are dead set on playing scratch offs i would first go to your home state lottery web site
and check out all the scratch games. i would be looking at the top tier prizes that are remaining. I would make a list of those scratch games. Then i would scope out the stores that sell them checking the numbers on the ticket book like in the right lower hand corner there is a number this number correlates to the amount of tickets left on a book or roll of tickets. I try and buy tickets from the beginning of a new book the middle of a book or the end of a book. Preferably the end of a book.
Lots of big winners say they bought the last 5 tickets of a book or roll and one of them was the big winner.
While the big winners can be anywhere in a book or roll of tickets some people prefer the beginning of a new book because some big winners can be found there.
Also try and find places that sell high volumes of tickets as their places typically sell more tickets have a wider variety of them and quite possibly sold some big winners. And just might have received some new books with a top tier ticket.
Just remember it's it about being in the right place at the right time. You could spend 100 bucks every day for a year on scratchers and never get the top tier winning ticket.
Many time it's that poor sap in front of or behind you who spends a few bucks every now and then that gets the winning scratcher.
Just ask those guys who were in front of and behind me.