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what do the letters on a arizona scratch off ticket mean

asked Aug 18 '12 at 23:37

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Attention ARIZONA LOTTERY SCRATCHED codes are not always going to mean anything. I am telling you this from first hand experience. I was just as excited as could be when yesterday my friend looked through my pile of scratchers($5 bingo) and said I had a fvh and a fhn they said one or the other was a $500 winner. NO IT WAS NOT. I thought the store machines were lying. Nope I went to four stores. I CAN ONLY SUGGEST YOU GO AND SCAN THEM .

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