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 bulk, 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. However, why don’t you check out the list of best online UK scratchcards, where you can make the most of new player bonuses, offers and promotions instead?