# ttr casino bonus code

Notes: The codes pertain to prizes of \$600 or less.

Anything over \$600 must be claimed at a Lottery Customer Service Center.

Warning: The Lottery does not encourage players to rely solely on these codes when determining the value of a ticket. \$1.00 = ONE \$3.00 = THR \$14.00 = FRT \$15.00 = FTN \$17.00 = SVT \$25.00 = FMZ \$30.00 = ANZ \$34.00 = THF \$35.00 = FNZ \$50.00 = FTY \$90.00 = AZY \$100.00 = HUN \$120.00 = AOM \$200.00 = AKW \$250.00 = TOV \$300.00 = AKR \$500.00 = FVH \$600.00 = AKA I used to think the same thing but I won \$2,000 and the code was LMN, which is always almost a loser..

I was hopin someone knows the codes for over 600 cause IM confused how I had that code on a winner I would have to say that it would be a good idea if the extended play tickets still have the codes.

It’s easier to double-check a match-a-number for a winner than it is to double-check a cashword.

Just look at the Casino Cashword, which uses no letters.

Imagine the number of small winners that could be thrown out because people miss one letter on the puzzle.

And: \$21 = TON (Not used frequently except for some 7’s themed tickets) Anything over \$24 in New York has an entirely different method.

If a ticket is \$25 or more, the first letter will be Z (Zero), O (One), W (t Wo), R (th Ree), U (fo Ur) and V (fi Ve).

Then the next letter indicates the 10’s place, and the final letter represents the one’s place. \$0 – Z \$100 – O \$200 – W \$300 – R \$400 – U \$500 – V \$10 – K \$20 – L \$30 – M \$40 – N \$50 – P \$60 – S \$70 – T \$80 – X \$90 – Y \$0 – A \$1 – B \$2 – C \$3 – D \$4 – E \$5 – F \$6 – G \$7 – H \$8 – I \$9 – J So \$40 would be ZNA; \$165 would be OSF; \$250 would be WPA, and \$599 would be VYJ.

A losing ticket or anything over \$600 would likely have two or more letters in the same column (so MLN would likely fit into this pattern as a losing ticket).

The only exceptions are \$50 (FTY, not ZPA), \$100 (HUN, not OKA) and \$500 (FVH, not VKA).