61 Pa. Code § 816.106 - Cash 5 bet slip and ticket characteristics and restrictions
Current through Register Vol. 52, No. 16, April 16, 2022
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§ 816.106.Cash 5 bet slip and ticket characteristics and restrictions.
(a) The player shall select five numbered squares in a game grid on a bet slip or request number selection by quick pick. Bet slips shall be available at no cost to the purchaser. The minimum entry is $1. For $1, play game grid A, for $2, play game grids A and B, for $3, play game grids A, B and C, for $4, play game grids A, B, C and D, for $5, play game grids A, B, C, D and E. Game grids shall be selected in alphabetical order in accordance with the instructions printed on the bet slip. A bet slip has no pecuniary or prize value and does not constitute evidence of the purchase of a ticket or of numbers selected.
(b) To purchase a Cash 5 ticket, a player shall, in addition to the purchase price, submit the completed bet slip, or request number selection by quick pick, to an on-line retailer to have issued a standard game ticket. The ticket shall contain the five number selections played in each game grid identified by a letter as described in subsection (a), the drawing date, the amount bet and the validation number data. This standard game ticket shall be the only valid proof of the bet placed, and the only valid receipt for claiming a prize. The standard game ticket shall only be valid for the drawing date printed on the ticket.
(c) If bet slips are unavailable, plays may also be given to an authorized retailer in groups of five number selections for each game grid for each $1 wagered. The selections shall be manually entered into the computer terminal by the retailer.
(d) A Cash 5 ticket may not be canceled or voided once printed by the Lottery terminal, even if the ticket is printed in error.
(e) It is the sole responsibility of the ticket purchaser or holder to verify the accuracy and condition of data printed on the standard game ticket. The placing of bets is done at the player’s own risk through the on-line retailer who is acting on behalf of the player in entering the play or plays.
The provisions of this § 816.106 amended under section 303 of the State Lottery Law (72 P. S. § 3761-303).
The provisions of this § 816.106 adopted March 6, 1992, effective March 7, 1992, 22 Pa.B. 951; corrected March 20, 1992, effective March 7, 1992, 22 Pa.B. 1260; amended November 8, 2002, effective November 9, 2002, 32 Pa.B. 5516. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (249937) to (249938).