Order scratch cards for your big event...

Have YOU got a big day coming up?

Whether you’re getting married, celebrating a big birthday, having all the family round for Christmas or simply feeling lucky, our scratch cards are the perfect gift for your guests.

Scratch cards are only £1 each and you can now order them in bulk through the form below. Once you have placed your order, we will give you a call to take payment over the phone.

Please note, our offices are open on weekdays from 9.30am to 2.30pm.  If you have any questions, call the Lottery department on 01522 546 500.

Prizes

TOP PRIZE – £1,000

We have a fantastic range of cash prizes available for those who scratch and win.  These prizes could be anything from £1 to £1,000, so it really is worth trying your luck.  Any prize between £1-£10 can be claimed from one of our shops.  Prizes of £20 or more must be claimed by completing the reverse of the winning scratch card and returning to St Barnabas Promotions Ltd, 12 Cardinal Close, Lincoln, LN2 4SY.

Prizes will be paid by cheque, made payable to the name written on the reverse of the scratch card and will be sent within 21 days of receipt of claim.

Please fill in the form below to request your scratch cards and we will give you a call to arrange payment.

You must be 16 or over to play or purchase.

Order your scratch cards

We are overwhelmed by the response to our 'scratch cards at Christmas' campaign and are delighted to say these are now sold out. Our next scratch card game will launch in 2021.

Janet's Story

“I chose to support the Lottery because St Barnabas were so kind to my husband and family at a very difficult time.”

“The Friday before he died was a warm and sunny day. I was with my husband at the Hospice and the nurses opened the patio doors and wheeled Trevor’s bed out onto the patio. They even brought him an ice cream. I’m so thankful that we were able to enjoy this time together in the fresh air one last time, just like before he fell ill.

“We used to enjoy walking our dogs together and Trevor’s great love was fishing. St Barnabas even allowed the dogs, Arthur and Alfred, to come and visit him in the Hospice, which meant so much to him.”