Sprout your dreams of becoming rich, as high as a palmetto!
Win Palmetto Cash 5, and bag an enormous jackpot amount of $100,000. It is one of the most played games of the South Carolina Lottery. Just buy a ticket and fulfill your dreams by turning the odds of 1 in 501,942, in your favor. Not simmering the excitement here, the game also provides you with the option of Power-Up, which actually turns up your winning amount, by multiplying your winning amount with the Power-Up number drawn! Well, time to change your favorite lottery game, and turn towards Palmetto Cash 5, top bag exciting lottery amounts.
Playing Palmetto Cash 5 is all fun and highly rewarding! All you have to do is buy a lottery ticket worth $1, select 5 numbers from a field of 1 to 38 for each panel, and mark it on your playslip. Or you can opt for Quick Pick to let the terminal randomly generate numbers for you. If your selected Palmetto Cash 5 numbers match the drawn numbers, you bag the winning prizes.
Looking for ways to play your numbers for more than one drawing? Yes, you can! The South Carolina Education Lottery gives you the chance to play your Palmetto Cash 5 numbers for 40 consecutive draws by marking the appropriate box under the Multi-Draw option. Each consecutive draw will cost an additional $1 or $2 per draw with the Power-Up option. The Multi-Draw selections are completely consecutive from the date of request.
Ensure to check your playslip carefully, as a Palmetto Cash 5 ticket cannot be canceled. You need to hand over your completed playslip and payment to the retailer. In return, you will get a ticket for selected numbers and game options. Your lottery ticket is your only receipt. Remember to check the accuracy of the numbers and sign at the back of your ticket for authentication.
To make your game more interesting, the South Carolina Lottery lets you play POWER-UP, which gives an instant boost to your lottery winnings. For an additional $1 you can play the POWER-UP multiplier option, if you win a prize, the prize will automatically be multiplied by the POWER-UP number drawn. Now the important part! You do not select the POWER-UP number, it is randomly drawn from a total of sixteen balls, classified in the following manner: eight balls are marked with the number “2”, five balls are marked with number “3”, two balls are marked with number “4” and one ball is marked with the number “5”. So, if you won $100,000, with the POWER-UP number 3, you will grab a total of $300,000. Quite a profitable deal to crack, right!
The players can pick their own numbers or use any of the below-listed lottery tools to mark the winning South Carolina Palmetto Cash 5 lottery numbers.
South Carolina Palmetto Cash 5 offers you the option of playing the same numbers and play types up to 40 consecutive drawings for selected draw time(s) by opting for the Multi-Draw/Advance Play option.
After the drawing, you can check the winning lottery numbers and prizes at:
You have to buy a Palmetto Cash 5 lottery ticket worth $1, select 5 numbers from a field of 1 to 38 for each panel, and mark it on your playslip. Or you can opt for Quick Pick to let the terminal randomly generate numbers for you. If your selected numbers match the drawn numbers, you bag the winning prizes.
Not limiting your ways to win here, the South Carolina Lottery also provides you with the option of Power-Up, that multiplies your winning amount. So select your winning numbers wisely! Who knows, you turn out to be a grand lottery winner!
After the drawing, you can check the winning numbers and prizes over the official website or visit authorized South Carolina Lottery retailers, or on selected TV news channels or newspapers. Or you can also call on (803) 734-IWON (4966) to check the drawn numbers.
The Palmetto Cash 5 drawings are held every night at 6:59 p.m. You can watch the drawings and the latest results on the official website of the South Carolina Education Lottery. Or you can also contact your nearest South Carolina lottery retailers, local newspapers, and selected TV channels to know about the winning numbers.