Try your luck with the €3 Lucky 3s Scratch Card. 3 games to play and great odds of winning a €3,333 top prize.
GAME 1: Reveal three "3" symbols in any one row, column, or diagonal line, and win the prize amount shown in the PRIZE box.
GAME 2: Match the LUCKY SYMBOL to any of YOUR SYMBOLS to win PRIZE.
GAME 3: Match 3 amounts to win that amount.
Play Responsibly, Play for Fun
Remember all scratch card games are games of chance. Whether you win or lose is pre-determined at the time of purchase and your actions will not influence whether you win a prize. Some prizes, including the top prize, may have already been won.
Don’t lose your ticket
Your ticket is a bearer instrument, so treat it as if it were cash. It is the only valid proof of a game played and must be presented to claim a prize.You should sign the back of all winning tickets before presenting for payment.NB: Please note that Photo ID verification may be required to complete the claims process.
€1-€100 Any National Lottery Agent€1-€2,500 Any An Post Office nationwide€1-€14,999 An Post Prize Claim Centre.
Download a list of Prize Claim Centres (PDF).
Claims by Post:Prizes may also be claimed at claimant’s risk by posting to The National Lottery, Abbey Street Lower, Dublin 1. The ticket must be signed on the reverse side and the name and address of the claimant provided.* Note: Please note that Photo ID verification and completion of a Prizewinner Claim Form may be required to complete the claims process.
All prizes of €15,000 and above are payable only at the National Lottery. Any player who has a winning ticket of €15,000 and above should take the following steps:
Sign the back of the winning ticket.Put the ticket in a safe place.Contact the National Lottery as soon as possible on 1800 666 222 (Mon-Fri 9.15am - 5.30pm)
Some scratch card prizes may have already been won. Prizes must be claimed within 90 days after game end announcement.
Note: Winners of prizes of €15,000 and above cannot post their ticket to the National Lottery.
How to locate your Game Number:
Many National Lottery Scratch Cards have the same name but are printed in different colours. To be sure that you are looking at the correct information for the version you have, check the unique Game Number, which is located in a white panel at the bottom of the scratch card. The first three numbers in the panel make up the game number for that specific game. For the remaining top prizes, scratch card overview, prize expiry date, and Game Rules please click below on the relevant Game Number.
Game information last updated: 22/09/2023. The game rules for each individual game can be found by clicking on the relevant game number tab below. The Scratch Card Game General Rules are also located below.