61 Pa. Code § 816.103 - Definitions

Current through Register Vol. 52, No. 16, April 16, 2022

The following words and terms, when used in this chapter, have the following meanings, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:

Apparent winning ticket-A standard game ticket bearing a winning play which has not been validated by the Lottery.

Bet slip-A card used in marking a player's bet containing one or more grids.

Drawing-The process of selecting winning numbers which determine the number of winners for each prize level of the game.

Game grid-The area of the bet slip which contains 39 squares numbered 1 through 39. A game grid is lettered and, when used to purchase a ticket, must be marked by the player to select the numbers to play and the amount to be played.

On-line retailer or retailer-A person licensed to sell Lottery tickets who has been approved and authorized by the Lottery to sell Cash 5 tickets.

Quick pick-The random selection through a Lottery terminal of five different numbers from 1 through 39 which appear on a ticket and are played by a player in the Cash 5 game.

Standard game ticket or ticket-A Cash 5 ticket, produced by an on-line retailer in an authorized manner, containing a letter prefix followed by five selected numbers from 1 through 39, a drawing date, the amount bet and validation number data. Each set of 5 numbers constitutes a play of which there may be one or more plays on a ticket.

Winning numbers-Five numbers, from 1 through 39, randomly selected at a Cash 5 drawing and subsequently verified by the Lottery, which shall be used to determine the winning plays contained on standard game tickets.

Winnings pool-The amount allocated from Cash 5 gross sales for a particular Cash 5 game drawing for the purpose of paying prizes in a particular Cash 5 game drawing. The term does not include money brought forward from a previous Cash 5 game drawing.

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61 Pa. Code § 816.103

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