Another lucky P&J winner has scooped a cash prize in our Prize Passport competition.
Alexander Creighton, 60, couldn’t believe his luck when he discovered he had won £500 after crossing off five country names on his gamecard.
“My first reaction was that I’d done something wrong,” the Aberdeen painter and decorator admitted.
“I thought I’d made a mistake somewhere and crossed off the wrong one by mistake.
“I was really pleased to find out I had won.”
The Press and Journal caught up with Mr Creighton after he learned of his winnings.
He said: “I’ve not even thought about what I’ll spend it on because I wasn’t sure if I had even won.
“I’ll probably end up putting it towards something boring like my savings, although I’m considering spending it on a holiday instead.”
Prizes ranging from £50 to £1,000 are up for grabs every day this week until Saturday.
To be in with a chance of winning, check list of countries printed in the Press and Journal every day and cross off the names of any matches on your gamecard.
If you don’t strike it lucky, there is still the chance to win a sun-kissed holiday for two to Malta courtesy of travel website talkholiday by collecting six of the tokens printed daily.