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What's your favorite scratch tool? nickel? quarter? dollar? other?

Topic closed. 18 replies. Last post 6 years ago by Gleno.

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ONEDAY's avatar - DiscoBallGlowing
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Posted: February 22, 2011, 12:31 am - IP Logged

i always use a dime..just any dime.
a friend told me that she seen a advertisment somewhere for as lucky "gold" coin that you use to scratch off and your gurantee a big win...also good to take to casino and rub for good luck...it was like $20!
I told her the only one getting rich is the people selling the coin. :)

have a great winning day!

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    Posted: March 7, 2011, 11:17 pm - IP Logged

    I have a new favorite and so far lucky scratcher.  Got 1 ticket so far and 1st ticket sratched came up a winner so hopefully this will continue.  It just feels lucky and now I won't mix it up with any other change.  Will try to post Millionaire club winner later, it wasn't a big win but it was a fun win!Keyfront

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    Having trouble getting images in posts so haven't been able to get the other side of this in here.

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      Posted: March 7, 2011, 11:25 pm - IP Logged

      A 1882 Silver Dollar (Liberty Head)..................

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        Posted: March 10, 2011, 3:18 pm - IP Logged

        Prefer to use my gold colored pipe knife to scratch tickets call numbers. Then use a pen to circle the bingo numbers. For games that are not like bingo;just use the pipe knife. Still faster than any coins that have been used in the past.

        Saves a little time and not as tiring as scratching.