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Last Date to Claim Prizes - 9/21/2012
Sizzlin Sevens is a new $2 instant game from the Pennsylvania Lottery, and it offers 12 top prizes of $27,000 and more than 17,777 prizes from $77 to $777. Players can win up to 12 times on each ticket. Reveal a “7 FLAME” (7FLM) symbol, win the prize shown under it. Reveal a “77” (WIN77) symbol, win $77 automatically. Reveal a “7X” (7X) symbol, win seven times the prize shown under it.
**Beginning with 2nd Edition $100,000 Bingo, the Pennsylvania Lottery will be removing all sight validation codes and benday from instant tickets. Pennsylvania Lottery retailers and players can rely on tickets’ 2-D barcodes to determine if a ticket is a winner. Players will now see “SCRATCH TO CASH” printed over the 2-D barcode area. Before cashing an instant ticket, players should always scratch to reveal the 2-D barcode, scan the ticket using a self-service ticket checker and sign a winning ticket
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Scratch for Fun is for entertainment purposes only. Scratch for Fun examples may not accurately represent game play or overall chances of winning. For complete game rules see the game page.
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