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Why would CA remove a scratch off game less than 1 month old?

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redhot7's avatar - SetforLifeLogo
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Posted: March 12, 2013, 5:16 pm - IP Logged

Look at this announcement
It said that 7-11-21 and Shamrock Green would be removed from the shelf soon. Those games are new games and they just put them on sale on Feb 25. That's about 2 weeks ago. Why would they remove them so fast?

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    Posted: March 12, 2013, 5:24 pm - IP Logged

    Look at this announcement
    It said that 7-11-21 and Shamrock Green would be removed from the shelf soon. Those games are new games and they just put them on sale on Feb 25. That's about 2 weeks ago. Why would they remove them so fast?

    They were getting paid off of them. They want us to spend money but do not want to give money. Go figure. Lottery is a trip

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      Jon D's avatar - calotterylogo
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      Posted: March 12, 2013, 6:25 pm - IP Logged

      Look at this announcement
      It said that 7-11-21 and Shamrock Green would be removed from the shelf soon. Those games are new games and they just put them on sale on Feb 25. That's about 2 weeks ago. Why would they remove them so fast?

      That's just a guide. If you look at the 20-bin and 24-bin guides, Shamrock is in there.

      It would only come into play if the store only had a tiny 16-bin machine, and no counter bins, and that's all they could offer for sale. Well, that's the games the Lottery guys want you to sell. I hardly ever see a machine stocked like the guides though, the stores seem play fast & loose with the layout.

      There's always some type of "green" game for St Patty's day. Previously was Lucky Green, same game (structure) basically. Seasonal games usually run shorter, maybe 6-9 months instead of normal game 9-12 months.

      I don't see any issue with this game, it appears to be running at expected return and will probably be on sale for several more months past St Patty's before they yank it.