Money Bags Money Machine; 4 WAYS TO WIN!

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Money Bags Money Machine; 4 WAYS TO WIN!


The Record is going jack-potty today with a super new game card that gives you FOUR chances to win.

We left everyone trailing when we launched Money Bags - the first newspaper game in history to give you REAL CASH.

Now, just when readers thought things couldn't get any better, we proudly present the Money Bags Money Machine Card.

Since Money Bags began, we've delivered a staggering pounds 140,000 in REAL Royal Bank of Scotland notes to REAL Scots every Saturday.

But the new Money Bags Money Machine Card, which you should have received in your Daily Record today, is all that - and MORE.

There are now FOUR ways to win with your new card.

There's still pounds 10,000 in REAL CASH to be won EVERY WEEK.

But today we launch a brand new pounds 50,000 Money Machine symbols game, with a top prize of pounds 25,000 up for grabs every week.

Plus you could win pounds 1000 every day by playing Grab A Grand with your new card.

And there's a luxury cruise for a family of four from Direct Cruises to be won every week.

All of which proves that you're always on a winner with the Daily Record.

1 Pounds 10,000 REAL CASH

Open your Money Bags Money Machine card carefully - you could hit the jackpot by finding REAL CASH.

You could find a pounds 1, pounds 5, pounds 10, pounds 20 or pounds 100 note inside your card.

If you're one of the lucky readers who finds a pounds 5, pounds 10, pounds 20 or pounds 100 note inside their scratchcard, you could be in with a chance of winning an extra pounds 100.

If you find pounds 5 or more inside your Money Bags card, call Pounds our claims line on 0141 221 3211 between 10.30am and 4.00pm TODAY.

You will then be entered into a draw and FIVE lucky readers will each win an EXTRA pounds 100.

2 Pounds 50,000 Money Machine Even if you don't find instant cash in your card, you could still win with our pounds 50,000 Money Machine game. There's a top prize of pounds 25,000 to be won ever week. It's not a scratchcard. It's a great new easy-to-play game with seven free chances to win on every card- one each day. Here's how it works. There are seven tear-off dated windows on your card. Peel back the windows to reveal Money Machine symbols which you match to the one in-paper every day. If you have two matching symbols on your card which match the daily symbol printed in the Daily Record you win the cash amount which is printed under the symbol featured in-paper It's as simple as that 3 GRAB A GRAND

Play Grab a Grand every day in the Daily Record and the Sunday Mail. There's pounds 1000 to be won every day.

All you have to do is match the number printed on the betting chip, below, to the number that appears on the betting chip on your Money Bags Money Machine card.

If the numbers match exactly, you win pounds 1000.

TO CLAIM: If you have an EXACT match of both numbers, call our claims line on 0141 221 3211 between 10.30am and 4. …

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