Michigan Lottery To Offer Cash Pop Games Starting April 14

Michigan will become the 12th state to offer the hit lottery draw game, Cash Pop.

The Michigan Lottery will launch Cash Pop on Sunday, April 14. Upon its debut, it will have drawings every 14 minutes, allowing players to win prizes more frequently than other lottery draw games.

Cash Pop also has multiple price points starting at $1, with the chance to win up to 500x the wager. Players can purchase tickets at any Michigan Lottery retailer or lottery self-serve machine statewide.

How to play Cash Pop in Michigan

Every Cash Pop drawing presents a new opportunity for players to win. The rules of the game are simple, too:

  • Drawings occur four times per hour, every 14 minutes. Each drawing results in one winning number from 15 available options (1 through 15).
  • Players choose between one and 15 numbers per drawing. Players who choose all 15 numbers guarantee themselves a winning draw. Alternatively, the “Easy Pick” option randomly selects a number.
  • Players choose their wager amount for each number they select. Options include $1, $2, $5, and $10. (Players do not need to wager the same amount for every number.)

Lastly, Cash Pop offers the option to play consecutive draws. Players who use this option can wager on 15 draws in a row with the same picks and will receive a separate ticket for each drawing.

Tickets have a cash prize for every number chosen. Tickets with matching winning numbers award the corresponding cash prize listed underneath the number. Winning numbers are available at all Michigan Lottery retailers and also through the Michigan online lottery app.

Cash Pop odds and prizes

Each number independently has a 1 in 15 chance of winning. Players who choose more than one number give themselves a higher probability of hitting.

Prizes vary depending on the wager size. Larger wagers award bigger prizes, potentially as high as $5,000.

Every prize has predetermined odds of appearing on a ticket.

$1 play prizes and odds

Players wagering $1 per drawing can win anywhere from $5 to $500:

PrizeOdds of Prize on TicketOdds of Winning
$500 1 in 1,3001 in 19,500
$100 1 in 4001 in 6,000
$50 1 in 1801 in 2,700
$25 1 in 451 in 675
$20 1 in 201 in 300
$15 1 in 121 in 180
$10 1 in 61 in 90
$7 1 in 51 in 75
$5 1 in 2.131 in 31.99

$2 play prizes and odds

Players wagering $2 per drawing can win anywhere from $10 to $1,000: 

PrizeOdds of Prize on TicketOdds of Winning
$1,000 1 in 1,2001 in 18,000
$200 1 in 4001 in 6,000
$100 1 in 1501 in 2,250
$50 1 in 301 in 450
$40 1 in 171 in 255
$30 1 in 101 in 150
$20 1 in 71 in 105
$14 1 in 61 in 90
$10 1 in 2.051 in 30.72

$5 play prizes and odds

Players wagering $5 per drawing can win anywhere from $25 to $2,500: 

PrizeOdds of Prize on TicketOdds of Winning
$2,500 1 in 1,2001 in 18,000
$500 1 in 3001 in 4,500
$250 1 in 1001 in 1,500
$125 1 in 251 in 375
$100 1 in 141 in 210
$75 1 in 121 in 180
$50 1 in 71 in 105
$35 1 in 61 in 90
$25 1 in 2.081 in 31.15

$10 play prizes and odds

Players wagering $10 per drawing can win anywhere from $50 to $5,000:

PrizeOdds of Prize on TicketOdds of Winning
$5,000 1 in 1,3001 in 19,500
$1,000 1 in 3501 in 5,250
$500 1 in 781 in 1,170
$250 1 in 201 in 300
$200 1 in 121 in 180
$150 1 in 101 in 150
$100 1 in 81 in 120
$70 1 in 71 in 105
$50 1 in 2.071 in 31.10

Cash Pop expanding into more state lotteries

Cash Pop is available in 11 states, with Michigan soon to join. It is popular everywhere due to its improved odds of winning, the ability to choose multiple numbers, and the frequency of gameplay.

The game has multiple variants across different states, all related to the number of daily draws offered. Only three other states offer rapid draws in their Cash Pop arsenals:

  • West Virginia draws every 15 minutes.
  • Kentucky and New Jersey draw every four minutes.

The remaining states have anywhere from one to five daily draws – Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Missouri, Mississippi, South Carolina, Virginia, and Washington.

Two more state lotteries – Maryland and Maine – are also expected to launch the game in 2024.

 

Photo by Michigan Lottery

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Hill Kerby

Hill Kerby

Hill Kerby has been writing about the online and retail lottery industry in the US since 2021. He is a contributor to multiple Catena Media sites and has a background in poker, sports and psychology which he incorporates into his writing. You can email him at [email protected].
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