10 Line Nascar Scratch-Off Cards
|Pack of 5 - $2.98|
|Pack of 10 - $4.99|
|Pack of 15 - $6.99|
|Pack of 20 - $8.49|
|Pack of 25 - $9.98|
|Pack of 50 - $12.99|
|Pack of 100 - $19.98|
|Pack of 200 - $36.99|
- 10 Line Nascar Scratch Cards
- Size: 3" x 6"
- High Quality - High Resolution
- Heavyweight Paper - Gloss Finish
- Scratch-Off Covering the Numbers
All of our 10 Line Cards are completely random. There are over 3.6 million different combinations available. No matter how many cards you order, it is very unlikely that you will receive a duplicate card.
Due to the size of the products and the ease of processing, the Scratch-Off Squares and the Large 24" x 32" Square Grids on PrintYourBrackets.com are shipped in different packages and will load into two different shopping carts, requiring separate transactions.
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How to run a 10 Line Nascar Pool
Begin by writing the name and date of the race in the spaces provided. From there, have 10 participants or less write their name on the line or lines of their choice. Once the lines are full, scratch off the covering to reveal the numbers. The numbers can either represent the driver's car number or the starting position of the winner of the race. If either of these numbers is in the double digits, you will use the last digit.
Example of a Winning Square: Jeff Gordon starts the race in the 12th position and wins. If you will be using the car number, find the person's name beside the number 4(last digit of 24), that person is the winner. If you will be using the starting position, simply locate the person's name beside the number 2(last digit of 12) , that person is the winner.
A popular way to use these is to use a different Scratch Card for each race of the season. Have a small party before the Nascar season starts and write the name and date on each card. Proceed by having the participants fill in the lines on every card, then removing the scratch off material. Alternatively you can use a single card for the entire season, but by using multiple cards, it allows the participants to have a variety of numbers throughout the year.