New York Take 5 Lottery
Latest Draw Predictions Statistics: Sat 24 Jun 2017
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|1st Prize||Match 5 of 5||$100,000|
|2nd Prize||Match 4 of 5||$567|
|3rd Prize||Match 3 of 5||$18|
"New York Take 5" has begun as a game that held drawings only once a week, on Fridays. It was first released in 1992, as "Take Five". It later expanded to exclude Lotto days. It expanded to holding drawings for seven nights a week in 2000. It is still held nightly. Each game costs $1.
New York "Take 5" draws five numbers from 1 through 39. If none of the players win the Jackpot, the "5-of-5" drawn numbers match, the prize rolls down to a next prize level with winners. Winners who match 5, 4, or 3 numbers will win a parimutuel cash prize. For matching 2 numbers, the prize given is a free $1 "Take 5" play. Overall odds of winning (including the free play) any prize in New York "Take 5" are 1:9. Total odds of winning a cash prize, are 1: 100.
Odds of winning the top prize are 1: 575,757. According to TV and radio ads, there is an average of about 100,000 winners daily.
The Lottery has added a "bonus ball" to "Take 5" lottery drawing. In these drawings, there are eight prize levels. These drawings allow winning with just one number, plus the winning of drawing a so-called "Bonus ball".
To play the New York "Take 5" lottery, a player can purchase their playcard at any New York Lottery retailer.
Players need to select 5 numbers, ranging from 1 through 39. As instructed on the playcard, they need to fill in their chosen squares. Choosing the "Quick Pick" option will allow the computer to select their numbers for them randomly.
Each playcard consists of 5 squared game panels printed on the playcard. Each panel contains printed squares that are numbered with numbers ranging from 1 through 39. This playcard structure allows a player to play up to 5 times on each playcard.
The minimum playing cost is $1 for the a single gameplay. Players have the opportunity to play up to $5 on the 5-game playcard.
A player needs to select the number of drawings in which they wish to play. They can choose to play up to seven drawings in advance with one ticket.
At their purchase, players need to give their playcards to the retailer, and they will receive a separate ticket for each playcard that has been processed.
A player should check their ticket upon purchase, in order to verify that the numbers and dates printed are correct. A person who submits a ticket for a prize claim is considered a proper owner of the playcard/ticket.;