You could find yourself winning a ‘pot o gold’ with this new scratch card from Betfair. You don’t have to be Irish to play this game; you’ll love the Leprechaun themed scratch-off, whatever your nationality.
The ‘Luck O’the Pots’ scratch card can be played at Betfair online. You’ll find this game in the bingo section of the website. Remember, once you’re a Betfair customer, you get access to the Casino, Bingo, Virtual Games. Plus, Sports Betting all from one account.
This fun, Irish-themed scratchcard gives you the chance to team up with a jolly leprechaun for some great times. Scratch off the 12 pots and see if you’ve won that elusive pot ‘o gold! You can play from just 50 pence per turn, or you can increase your stake to £5. The more you risk, the bigger the prizes.
To win, you must match at least two symbols on any panel. If you reveal a Rainbow symbol, it will double the prize amount. The maximum you can win is 10,000x your stake. ‘Luck O’the Pots’ isn’t the only scratch card available at Betfair. Racing fans will enjoy the ‘Ruby Walsh’ themed card and smash a big jackpot prize with the King Kong Cash game.
The graphics and sounds on ‘pot o gold’ are top-notch. In many ways, it reminds me of the famous slot machine ‘Rainbow Riches’. It’s worth pointing out that Betfair isn’t the first brand that jumps to mind when you think ‘scratch cards’. Nonetheless, they’re creating a brilliant bunch of scratch-off games.
New customers to Betfair can claim a welcome bonus; details below. Along with a dazzling collection of scratch cards, your Betfair account will give you access to one of the best sports betting platforms in the industry. Not to mention all the fruit machines and table games you can play at Betfair too.
Free bets & promotional offers are only available to new customers, unless otherwise stated. Wagering requirements and other terms & conditions apply.
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