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The newest $3 game from the Pennsylvania Lottery is Wild Number Bingo. This game offers 45 top prizes of $30,000. Scratch the CALLER'S CARD area. Then scratch only the numbers on BINGO CARDS 1-5 that match those revealed in the CALLER'S CARD area. When all numbers are completely matched in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal line, four corners or an "X" pattern on any individual BINGO CARD, win prize shown for the matched pattern in the appropriate legend next to that CARD. The center spot on each BINGO CARD is a FREE space. WILD NUMBER: Scratch the WILD NUMBER area to reveal a number between 1 and 9. Then scratch the numbers on BINGO CARDS 1-5 that end with the revealed single digit WILD NUMBER. For example, if a 3 is the revealed WILD NUMBER, the numbers 13, 23, 33, 43, 53, 63 and 73 would also be scratched if they appear on BINGO CARDS 1-5.
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