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Use your mouse to Scratch For Fun and see an example of how this game is played. Scratch for Fun examples do not award prizes.
ALL TOP PRIZES FOR THIS GAME HAVE BEEN CLAIMED
END SALE DATE - 8/21/2012
FINAL DATE TO CLAIM PRIZES - 8/21/2013
Diamonds and 7s, a $10 ticket, offers 15 top prizes of $250,000 and more than $50 million in total cash prizes. Players can win up to 15 times on a ticket. When any of YOUR NUMBERS match any of the WINNING NUMBERS, win the prize shown under the matching number. Reveal a “DIAMOND” (DMND) symbol, win the prize shown under it automatically. Reveal a “7” (SVN) symbol, win seven times the prize shown under it. Reveal a “DIAMOND 7” (DMND7) symbol, win all 15 prizes shown.
Due to player demand, this game has been reordered and the number of prizes has been increased. The current number of remaining prizes is reflected on the Remaining Prizes page.
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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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