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Posted: November 8, 2015, 10:26 pm - IP Logged

Now I know this info is available on other sites, but I don't know if LP has it.

I only know most of the NY codes, and you only see them on bingos, cashwords, and more antiquated games. I also have heard that loser codes are used for prizes above 600. Such as 1000 having a Q in it. If anyone's seen any pattern to rarer codes, let me know please. Just curious.

For now I have to post this incomplete since my tablet refreshes without warning.

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    Posted: November 8, 2015, 10:57 pm - IP Logged

    Can't figure how to edit. Here's ny codes:

    ONE one

    TWO two

    THR Three

    FOR four

    FIV five

    SIX six

    SEV seven

    EGH eight

    NIN nine

    TEN ten

    ELV eleven

    TWL twelve

    TRT thirteen

    FRT fourteen

    FTN fifteen

    SXT sixteen

    SVT seventeen

    EGT eighteen

    NIT nineteen

    TWN twenty

    TON twentyone

    TTO twenty two

    TTE twenty three

    TFR or TNR twenty four

    ZMF twenty five

    ZNA thirty

    ZNC thirty two

    THF thirty four

    ZNF thirty five

    ZPA forty

    ZPD forty three

    ZPF forty five

    FTY fifty

    ZSA sixty

    ZSD sixty three

    ZTA seventy 

    ZTF seventy five

    ZXA eighty

    ZYA ninety

    HUN hundred

    OLA one ten

    OLB one eleven

    OLC one twelve

    OLF one fifteen

    OMA one twenty

    OMB one twenty one

    OQA one fifty

    OSF one sixty five

    WKA two hundo

    TOV two fifty

    RKA three hundo

    LNM tree fiddy .... now it was about this time I realized this was a code from the paleozoic era...

    UKA four hundo

    FVH five hundo

    AKA also known as six hundred, top prize non claim. Also most I've seen in person...

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      Posted: November 9, 2015, 6:28 am - IP Logged

      Now I know this info is available on other sites, but I don't know if LP has it.

      I only know most of the NY codes, and you only see them on bingos, cashwords, and more antiquated games. I also have heard that loser codes are used for prizes above 600. Such as 1000 having a Q in it. If anyone's seen any pattern to rarer codes, let me know please. Just curious.

      For now I have to post this incomplete since my tablet refreshes without warning.

      there a pattern to the codes 25 and up will get you them later - these days there are only codes on crosswords, bingos, keno-type games and the classic 1's (loose change, lucky 7s and instant take 5)

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        Posted: November 9, 2015, 7:14 pm - IP Logged

        The first time I noticed a code was when I won $40.00 on the dollar Take Five instant ticket. I saw the letters ZAP spread across the ticket and thought for a moment that it was a fake ticket - that I was 'zapped'.

        Took it to the supermarket where it was validated. LOL

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          Posted: November 9, 2015, 7:42 pm - IP Logged

          Anything over $24 in New York has an entirely different method.

          If a ticket is $25 or more, the first letter will be Z (Zero), O (One), W (tWo), R (thRee), U (foUr) and V (fiVe). Then the next letter indicates the 10’s place, and the final letter represents the one’s place. Theoretically, “ZKA” means “000.”

          Here it is…

          $0 – Z
          $100 – O
          $200 – W
          $300 – R
          $400 – U
          $500 – V

          $00 – K
          $10 – L
          $20 – M
          $30 – N
          $40 – P
          $50 – Q
          $60 – S
          $70 – T
          $80 – X
          $90 – Y

          $0 – A
          $1 – B
          $2 – C
          $3 – D
          $4 – E
          $5 – F
          $6 – G
          $7 – H
          $8 – I
          $9 – J

          of course there are exceptions such as 50, 100, 250 and 500