1. Scratch all of YOUR LETTERS to reveal 18 letters.
2. For each of the 18 letters revealed in YOUR LETTERS, rub the same letter each time it is found in CASHWORD PUZZLE 1 and CASHWORD PUZZLE 2 For example, if the letter E is revealed in your letters, rub all E’s in each of the CASHWORD PUZZLES.
3. There are three letters in addition to your 18 letters that appear under the scratch off coating on the ticket. These are smaller in size than your 18 letters and are not YOUR LETTERS to be used in playing the game.
4. If you have rubbed two (2) or more complete WORDS in either CASHWORD PUZZLE, win the corresponding prize indicated in the PRIZE KEY for that CASHWORD PUZZLE.
5. PUZZLE 1 MYSTERY PRIZE: If you have rubbed two (2) or three (3) complete words in CASHWORD PUZZLE 1, rub the MYSTERY PRIZE area next to the maximum number of completed words revealed for that CASHWORD PUZZLE 2 to uncover your MYSTERY PRIZE.
6. PUZZLE 2 MYSTERY PRIZE: If you have rubbed two (2), three (3) or four (4) complete words in CASHWORD PUZZLE, rub the MYSTERY PRIZE area next to the maximum number of completed words revealed for that CASHWORD PUZZLE to uncover your MYSTERY PRIZE.
A. A “word” must contain at least three letters.
B. A “word” cannot be formed by linking letters diagonally or by reading the letters from bottom to top.
C. Letters must appear in an unbroken horizontal or vertical string of letters in the CASHWORD. An unbroken string of letters: (a) cannot be interrupted by a black space, and (b) must contain every single letter square between two black spaces.
D. Every single letter in the unbroken string must: be revealed in YOUR LETTERS and be included to form a Words such as “A” and “CAN” within “CANDY” are not complete words. Letters forming a word within a complete word can only be used to form one complete word. “BASE” and “BALL” within “BASEBALL” are considered only one complete word.
E. The possible complete words for this ticket are shown on the CASHWORD PUZZLES. Each possible complete word consists of 3 or more letters and occupies an entire word space. You must match all of the letters in a possible complete word in order to complete the word.