We have compiled a list of FAQs related to the Rolling Cash 5 lottery to make sure you have the best possible lottery experience. Cannot find your question here? You can also touch- base with our Customer Experience Team with your questions!
Rolling Cash 5 is an awesome daily lottery from the birthplace of aviation, the state of Ohio. Rolling Cash 5 starts with a jackpot of $100,000 and continues to grow with each draw that isn’t won.
Rolling Cash 5 was introduced in 2009, and since then the lottery has grown in popularity.
Rolling Cash 5 draws take place daily seven days a week at 7.05pm.
This can be done in just a few easy steps. Select five numbers between 1-39, and complete as many entries as you wish. In case you don’t have your favorite numbers to hand, you can use the ‘Quick Pick’ button to have the system randomly choose the numbers for you.
You will be notified by email if you win. You can also compare your numbers with the winning numbers from our Rolling Cash 5 results page, which is updated after every draw. If you are unsure whether you’re one of the lucky winners, you may contact a member of our Customer Experience Team who will be more than happy to answer your questions.
There are 4 different prize tiers in Rolling Cash 5, with specific prizes for each tier, except for the jackpot. If there is more than one jackpot winner, the prize is equally divided between the winners. You can find the different Rolling Cash 5 prize tiers and the estimated prize amount for each specific tier in the table below:
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Overall odds of winning any prize in Rolling Cash 5 are 1 in 9. You can view the odds for each prize tier in the table above.
All prizes up to $599 will be paid directly into your player account at the earliest possible time. Once the winnings have been deposited in your account, you can then withdraw them or use for the future ticket purchases.
If you win a top prize or Jackpot, you will need to get in touch with our Customer Experience Team to arrange for receipt of your ticket, as the payment method for your prize will differ from the process for smaller windfalls.