Red Nose Day 2013 Scratchcard
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If you've been watching the latest series of The Great British Bake Off you'll know that it's a celebrity version to help promote Red Nose Day. That means that the time to do something funny for money is upon us again - March 13th 2013 to be exact. Joining RND once again as an official partner is Jackpotjoy who have launched a fab Red Nose Day scratchcard.
The card features this year's Dinosesaurs red noses, some lovely looking cupcakes and plenty of strange chomping noises. You can play for £1, £2 or £5 and the aim is to match three values hidden behind the nine cupcakes. You can click them individually or you can just hit "reveal all" and see whether you're a winner. The amount you can win varies on your stake money, but there's a top prize of £1000, £2000 or £5000.
It's a great looking scratchcard and the noises are fun, but to be fair it quickly loses it's appeal. If we're being picky it'd be nice to see different cakes and Dinosesaurs appear from game to game. As is you just get T-Spex whilst Triceytops and Dinomite don't get a look in.
The important thing to remember though is that through your gameplay money is being raised for Red Nose Day. All profits from the game are being donated to Comic Relief plus at least 1p from every card will also be donated. We expect that this scratchcard will remain on Jackpotjoy at least up to RND 2013 and perhaps for a few weeks afterward.
Last time Comic Relief was on JPJ gave us some fabulous Red Nose Day Bingo Adverts. The 90 ball bingo games are also back again this year. They run from 10am to midnight and cards cost 10p each.
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