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How to Play Rolling Cash 5:

Rolling Cash 5 is the daily number game where you pick five numbers from 1 to 39 with jackpots that start at $100,000 and roll until a winner is drawn. There are four ways to win in every draw.

The jackpot will be divided equally among the number of 5 of 5 winning tickets.

  • Each wager costs $1.
  • Choose 5 out of 39 numbers. Players may select their own numbers or use the Auto Pick feature to have the computer randomly select their numbers.
  • Players may give their numbers to the retailer or may place their wagers by using a bet card.
  • There are 5 play areas and 5 Auto Picks per bet card.
  • Multi-draw boxes are also available. Players may wager for up to 10 consecutive draws.

    Prize Payout:

    Match
    Cash
    Winnings Odds
    All 5 of 5 winning numbers
    *Jackpot
    1 in 575,757
    Any 4 of 5 winning numbers
    $300
    1 in 3,387
    Any 3 of 5 winning numbers
    $10
    1 in 103
    Any 2 of 5 winning numbers
    $1
    1 in 10

    Rolling Cash 5 drawings are held daily, seven days a week, at 7:29 p.m., and broadcast statewide.

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