Tureen Sutton smells a BBQ Bucks scratch-off lottery ticket outside of Clyde Cooper’s BBQ on Tuesday. The N.C. Education Lottery unveiled the new barbecue-scented tickets during an event at the downtown Raleigh restaurant. The $2 ticket is the state’s first scented scratch-off game. Other states offer coffee, chocolate and bouquet scents.
Tureen Sutton smells a BBQ Bucks scratch-off lottery ticket outside of Clyde Cooper’s BBQ on Tuesday. The N.C. Education Lottery unveiled the new barbecue-scented tickets during an event at the downtown Raleigh restaurant. The $2 ticket is the state’s first scented scratch-off game. Other states offer coffee, chocolate and bouquet scents. Jill Knight jhknight@newsobserver.com
Tureen Sutton smells a BBQ Bucks scratch-off lottery ticket outside of Clyde Cooper’s BBQ on Tuesday. The N.C. Education Lottery unveiled the new barbecue-scented tickets during an event at the downtown Raleigh restaurant. The $2 ticket is the state’s first scented scratch-off game. Other states offer coffee, chocolate and bouquet scents. Jill Knight jhknight@newsobserver.com

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September 02, 2015 06:56 PM

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