2019 marks the 25th anniversary of National Lottery being run by everyone's favourite Canadian Pension Fund - Camelot.
Since first being granted the license in 1994, they were re-granted the licence again in 2001 and then 2007. With their current licence up for review in 2023, it is likely they might not make their 30th anniversary in charge, so this could be the last big birthday edition they celebrate!
However, to do so, they have announced a range of National Lottery games to celebrate the 25 year occasion!
This is not a clickbait page title, it's actually happening!
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The three £10 National Lottery scratchcards currently on sale - the £4 Million Black Scratchcard, the £4 Million Red Scratchcard and the Diamond 7 Scratchcard - will be the last 3 scratchcards ever £10 scratchcards to be sold in local stores.
I'm not going to lie, I was glad to find this story, with the hope of sharing a scratchcard jackpot story with you all!
However, my joy was short lived when I read the full story, but it's worth a read nonetheless.
Read on to find out the story of the Hereford Music star!
Recently, there has been lots of scratchcard news in the national UK tabloids.
Some of the articles include the story of the 'stolen' £4 million Red scratchcard and the death of Melissa Ede, the famous Hull taxi driver who won £4 Million on a £10 scratchcard a few years ago.
Most famously, the article we've mentioned THOUSANDS of time now, include the removal of the Triple Cashword Scratchcard after its printing error.
But this next story featured below, is ridiculous; how is this even newsworthy?!
The Cashword Scratchcard saga seems to just keep on going.
After a rude word was revealed on the Triple Cashword Blue scratchcard, that led to all cashword scratchcards being removed from sale.
In fact, National Lottery have admitted to destroying almost 24 million Triple Cashword Blue scratchcards, and almost 7 million of the remaining cashword scratchcards!
Whilst National Lottery have no doubts that the winning scratchcard is legitimate, they are queries about how the scratchcard was purchased, and who owns the card it was purchased with.