Multistate Gimme 5 Lottery
Latest Draw Predictions Statistics: Wed 22 Mar 2017
- Advanced Prediction
3 / 5of correctly predicted numbers$2.00view prediction
- Best User Prediction
4 / 5of correctly predicted numbers$13.00view prediction
- Wisdom of Crowd
3 / 5of correctly predicted numbersno winningsview prediction
- Best Algorithm Prediction
3 / 5of correctly predicted numbers$6.00view prediction
"Gimme 5" is a lottery game with a $100,000 cash Jackpot. Drawings are held on every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. It is possible to play up to 30 draws on a same ticket consecutively. Tickets are sold at lottery retail agent locations in Maine.
Tickets for "Gimme 5" are sold daily and drawings are held at 6.59 pm, on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Drawings are available for watching on the "Tri-State Lotto Commission official drawing webcast" website.
"Gimme 5" awards are won by matching numbers.The Jackpot is won for matching 5 of 5 numbers. The prize is $100000. The odds for winning the Jackpot are 1:575,757.
Matching 4 numbers brings the $250 awards. Odds for winning the match are 1:3,387.
Matching 3 numbers brings the award of $7, and the odds for winning this match are 1:103.
Matching two numbers is awarded $2, and the odds for winning this match are 1:10.
In "Gimme 5", overall chances that a player will win any prize are 1:9. In case of multiple winners for a drawing, winners will receive an equal share of the top prize. The top prize is paid to multiple players in a single cash payment.
Only the highest prize won per Tri-State "Gimme 5" play will be paid. This means that a player can't win multiple prizes in one single play. For example, if a player wins a 2-number match and a 4-number match, they will be awarded a win only for a 4 number match.
The structure of prizes of Tri-State "Gimme 5" lottery cannot exceed 53% of the total amount of sold tickets. This includes prizes paid to winners. Prizes that are unclaimed for a period of 366 days after the drawing date will be included in a designated drawing or promotion. In case of multiple winners for a prize in a single drawing, a share of prize is determined by dividing the amount of prize by the number of winners. Unclaimed shares are reverted to the "Expired Unclaimed Prize Pool" after one year. Shareholders are paid with a single cash payment.
All prizes in the amount of $599 or less can be claimed directly at Lottery retail sales agents offices. The ticket needs to be presented with an identification shown. Prizes can be validated within a state in which they were purchased.
All prizes in the amount of $600 or more are paid centrally at the Lottery office or any location that is authorized by the individual director of the state.;