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Greengirl

To Scratch Or Not To Scratch

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Hey everyone! I was perusing through my SDB and realized I have a Bagguss Bonanza Scratchcard! Butttt is it worth taking a gamble and scratching it? Or should I sell it?? It's currently worth around 150K. What would you do???

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I'm on the selling side as well lol

Odds of winning anything halfway decent is so low that you'll almost definitely be disappointed

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Depends how much you have saved up....if you are already swimming in NPs with no particular goal in sight....just go ahead and scratch it.

However, if you need the NPs to get an item or thing you've wanted for awhile...go ahead and sell it. 

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Assuming that scratchcard odds do not improve as rarity/worth increases, I'd sell if it was me... it took me weeks of scratching and thousands invested just to win snowballs to get the silly scratchcard avvies, so luck would not be on my side. 

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I'll admit I never buy scratchcards, I just scratched one now that I got from Snowy (got nothing) but I usually sell them.

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As someone who doesn't particularly care about making NP, but who loves the chance of winning useless stuff, I'd scratch it. :D

But it all comes down to what you prefer: making NP or the (probably small) chance of winning something good.

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