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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Who wouldn’t like to win a prize of 75 million colones? The Costa Rican Board of Social Protection (JPS) has launched two new scratch cards called “Easy Silver” and “3 in 1” which makes this possible.

    “Easy Silver” is an instant lottery game with a price of 500 colones which gives away three prizes of 7,500,000 colones, plus 5 chances to win 1,000,000 colones prizes and unlimited others ranging from 100,000 to 500 colones.

    The other Scratch “3 in 1” has a value of 1,000 colones and brings a prize of 75 million colones, a second prize of 35 million colones and a third prize of 20 million colones.

    Milton Vargas, CEO of JPS, said that these games are geared to the young who like to know immediately whether they’ve won or have to try their luck again.

    Delia Villalobos, president of the Board of the JPS said that the proceeds from these games will be allocated to social welfare organizations and housing finance.

    Both instant lottery games are now on sale throughout the country.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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