Printing error causes 3 free cars won on one Ryanair flight
Thursday 28, April 2011
Ryanair confirmed that due to a printing error with its EUR 2 scratchcard game three passengers on one flight from Milan to Madrid on 20th April last each won a free car worth over EUR 13,000.
Ryanair generally releases one free car in its €2 scratchcard game each month but admitted that it doesn’t know whether there are any more of these printing error €2 scratchcards still on sale on its flights.
Ryanair’s Daniel de Carvalho said:
“Ryanair and Brandforce (the company which runs our €2 scratchcard game) have launched an enquiry into how this printing error caused 3 €13,000 cars to be won on one flight from Milan to Madrid last week.
We remain concerned that this print run – which covers €2 scratchcards up to the end of June – may contain further print errors leading to an unexpected ratio of car winners for Ryanair passengers playing our €2 scratchcard game.
Both Ryanair and Brandforce have confirmed that they will honour all car winners regardless of how many crop up between now and the end of June and we will sort out our losses with Brandforce at the end of this print run.”
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