Have you ever seen those scratchcards YouTubers who are spending hundreds, if not thousands of pounds on National Lottery scratchcards just to make videos?
A common video for the ‘big’ YouTubers is to buy scratchcards in bull, and then try their luck with a full scratchcard pack.
But exactly how many National Lottery scratchcards are there in a pack?
How to find out how many scratchcards are in a pack
To find the number of scratchcards in a roll is incredibly easy for National Lottery scratchcards.
In fact, all scratchcards of the same price have the same number of scratchcards in a roll.
Simply, turn over a scratchcard and look at all the game information. In the bottom right hand corner, there are some round symbols, with various information – such as social media details, age, price, etc.
However, one of these numbers tells you how many scratchcards are in a pack. Look at this image of the back of a Cash Bolt Scratchcard:
The top left corner symbol tell us the information we need to know. It means that in a pack of the £3 Cash Bolt scratchcards, there are £180 worth per pack.
With some simple maths, we can work out that there are 60 £3 scratchcards in a pack.
Here’s the number of scratchcards in a pack for £1, £2, £3 and £5 scratchcards:
- £1 Scratchcards – £180 worth of scratchcards per pack – 180 Scratchcards in total.
- £2 Scratchcards – £240 worth of scratchcards per pack – 120 Scratchcards in total.
- £3 Scratchcards – £180 worth of scratchcards per pack – 60 Scratchcards in total.
- £5 Scratchcards – £300 worth of scratchcards per pack – 60 Scratchcards in total.
Do you get a discount for buying scratchcards in bulk?
Unfortunately, regardless of how many scratchcards you want to buy at a time, there will be no discount on the total price.
If you are considering spending a lot of money on scratchcards, you are likely to get discount for buying scratchcards in bulk. For example, Lottomart offer anywhere between 5-20% discount for buying as little as £50 worth of scratchcards at a time.