Scratch games represent diversity in the National Lottery's product line. ‘Scratch’ is an instant game that offers good value for money and great win ability.  NLA Scratch games come in a variety of sizes and shapes and offer varying prizes ranging from $1.00 to $10,000 depending upon which game you choose to play and only cost $2.00.  NLA’s Scratch games are available at Lottery Retail outlets who offer a variety of Scratch games.  Players must be 18 or older to participate.

Scratch Games

How To Play

This game is fun and simple to play and gives players the opportunity to win loads of cash. 'Scratch' players have the ability to choose from different games worth different prizes. Game instructions are written at the back of the ticket and each game varies based on the instructions, structure and prizes.

Players must read the instructions at the back of the ticket.Use a coin to scratch off the top material of the ticket to view prizes underneath.

Besides the National Lotteries Authority Agents and Retailers, 'Scratch' games can also be bought from salespersons walking throughout the city of St. George's and other parts of the country.

How To Claim prize

The National Lotteries Authority has made claiming game prizes simple and easy. Winners must simply observe the conditions below to claim their prizes.

  • The winning ticket accompanied by a valid signature and proper identification must be presented in order to claim prizes.
  • All prizes must be claimed within ninety (90) days after the draw unless otherwise decided by the manager.
  • For prizes EC$250 and below, claims can be made at any authorized NLA agent.For larger prizes, claims must be made at the National Lotteries Authority's head office in St. George's or the sub office in St. Andrew's. These claims must be made in person with photo identification.
  • Jackpot prizes will be made in installments at the discretion of the National Lotteries Authority.

It is important to note that the National Lotteries Authority reserves the right to publish the name, address and photograph of any prize winner and use the information in lottery promotional activities. For further information, winners can contact the National Lotteries Authority office in St. George's or the sub office in St. Andrew's.