Kansas Scratch Off Lottery Codes
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Notes: Winning prize amounts above $599 have three random letters that do not form a word.
Warning: The Lottery does not encourage players to rely solely on these codes when determining the value of a ticket. Please play responsibly.
Does anyone have any information about the codes? Does Kansas even use codes?
Kansas does use these codes. I do not know much about them but generally its something like.
Free Ticket = F R E
$2 = T W O
$5 = F I V
and so on…kind of sucks when you scratch an area and see a Z…ruins the game.
Here are some more.
$7 = S E V
$10 = T E N
$20 = T W Y
$50 = F T Y
There are more codes that cover prizes up to $599, prizes higher than that don’t have a code and the letters on the ticket are void in determining how high the ticket is.
On 10/11/07 I had a ticket with the code BTU, it was worth $2000.00!! But I didn’t know that, I got a pen out and started drawing lines through the words on my crossword & the dollar amount just kept getting higher the more I double checked. If I would have went by the code….I wouldn’t have been able to claim my money.
I have heard that even if you scratch your ticket and the game you played shows that you have lost it doesn’t matter. What really determines weather you win or not is the three-digit number on the card. Iv been taking in my loosing tickets and having them checked. I ended up with $19.00. Unfortunately I wasn’t paying attention so I’m unsure if the myth is true or if I just over looked a winning ticket.
Today I purched all of the $20.00 Diamonds and only won $40.00 the odds are 1-4.99 something of that nature. Now is this true of the odds. I purchased them from Hydraulic & 47th St. South in Wichita Kansas.
You purchased an entire roll and only won $40?
You should check even your losing ticket. I bought a $5 Crossword ticket and won $100. The bonus scratch said I won $50 but the codes said I won $100 ( HUN ). I looked at the scratched off words and couldn’t come up with how I even won the extra $50 from the actual crossword because the combination for the $50 prize didn’t match.
what if my letters are YTW from right to left? Is this also $20?
FRE – Free Ticket
ONE – $1
TWO – $2
THR – $3
FOR – $4
FIV – $5
SIX – $6
SEV – $7
EGT – $8
NIN – $9
TEN – $10
ELV – $11
FTN – $14
FIF – $15
TWY – $20
TWF – $25
THY – $30
FRY – $40
FTY – $50
STY – $70
STF – $75
HUN – $100
THF – $250
I know there are more codes but these are the only ones I can verify first-hand.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Winning scratchers in the Kansas Lottery with prizes over $599 do NOT have any specific code combination and will have the same set of letters that randomly appear on losing tickets. These letters are a three character combination of any of the following letters:
B C P L T U X Z
No other letters will appear on losing or high prize tickets.
Thanks. I’ve updated the page.
The newer $5.00 scratch off crossword games are a sham! There ARE NOT any codes on them at all…loose or win! I have won less on these cards since Kansas Lottery has put them on the market. Looks to me as though the Kansas Lottery is taking our money easy! If you miss scratching a letter, you just might miss a win…if you do not see a code you don’t think to relook over the card and then you miss the win! The Lottery is ahead and does not have to payout any money…for them it is just a WIN situation for just them. My husband and I have decided to stop purchasing them.Kansas Scratch Off Lottery Codes Prize Code Other Code Combinations $1.00 ONE Notes: Winning prize amounts above $599 have three random letters that do not form a word.
Woman claims second $20,000 jackpot from Kansas Lottery
March 13 (UPI) — A Kansas woman with a preference for a certain scratch-off lottery game had her loyalty pay off with a $20,000 prize — her second such jackpot.
Amanda Newton of Solomon told Kansas Lottery officials she bought four $2 Double Bonus Crossword scratch-off tickets from the Kwik Shop store in Salina.
“I bought four tickets and gave two to my mom and kept two for myself. We always split the tickets that we buy. My first ticket was a $2 winner, and then the last one I scratched was the big one!” Newton said.
The “big one” was a $20,000 top prize. Newton said she is no stranger to the winner’s circle — she won her first $20,000 prize almost exactly seven years ago.
“This is the same time that I won previously, because it comes right before one of my sons’ birthdays. This must be my lucky season.” Newton said.
She said the money will go toward paying bills and funding a long-planned family vacation.
“We’ve really wanted to visit Yellowstone as a family, and now it looks like we’ll be able to go. We’re all very excited!” she said.A Kansas woman with a preference for a certain scratch-off lottery game had her loyalty pay off with a $20,000 prize — her second such jackpot. ]]>