Australian
Scratch Ticket Trading Prices

Below is a general formula used to calculate ticket values which you may find helpful when trading tickets.  For tickets trades with other items, eg.  phone cards, stamps or any other collectable with a value, an equal trade, eg. $1 worth of tickets for $1 worth of phone cards, can be calculated. Note: Some tickets may be worth more or less in some occasions

  • Cost of ticket, Divided by 100, Times by years since on sale.

    • EXAMPLE: If it's the year 2008 and you have a 1990 $10 ticket that makes:
      $10 / 100 = $0.10, X 18 years = $1.80

    • EXAMPLE: If it's the year 2008 and you have a 2006 $1 ticket that makes:
      $1 / 100 = $0.01, X 2 years, = $0.02

  • Add 20% to value for Sample/Void tickets

  • Add 50% and then ticket cost price for mint tickets

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