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Every jetsetter should own this interactive scratch-off map
Game your way to more travel.
Few things in life are more satisfying than the act of traveling. That is, until you get your hands on this scratch-off map.
Just like etching your initials on a wall, this map is a tangible way you can remember the mark you made. The map has a gold top foil area that you can scratch away whenever you’ve hit up a new spot.
It includes 210 flags of the world that you can scratch before or after your visit, with outlines of the U.S., Australia, and Canada.
Keep a record of where you’ve been and add this to your travel routine. This scratch-off map is available in the Daily Dot Store for $23.99 (regularly $45).
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