Cash Pop™ is the game that Pops!

Cash Pop is an in-state game that costs $1 per "Pop" (number), unless otherwise selected by the player.

Win up to $2,500! Prize amounts are printed through a randomly-assigned process based on the dollar amount played per Pop. See prize tables for more prize details.

Drawings are held five times per day at approximately 8 a.m. (Early Bird), 11 a.m. (Late Morning), 3 p.m. (Matinee), 7 p.m. (Prime Time) and 11 p.m. (Night Owl).

Monday, Nov 28
Matinee 14
Monday, Nov 28
Late Morning 1
Monday, Nov 28
Early Bird 1
Sunday, Nov 27
Night Owl 5
Sunday, Nov 27
Prime Time 4
Past Winning Numbers

Understanding Cash Pop Chances

You may have read on the main game page that the overall chances of winning Cash Pop are 1 in 15. There's a pretty straightforward explanation of why that is: one number is drawn from a matrix of 15 in each drawing.
To dig deeper — the formula for figuring matching possibilities out of a set field of numbers is based on probability theory. Because there is only one number drawn from a field of fifteen numbers in Cash Pop, there are fifteen possible numbers that could be drawn. There is a relationship of the total number of ways to select 1 number out of the set of 15 to the number of successful choices and number of failed choices. So your number has a 1 in 15 chance of being drawn, while the numbers you didn't play have a 14 in 15 chance of being drawn.


This type of formula is referred to as a "hypergeometric distribution." If you have Microsoft Excel, there is a HYPGEOM.DIST function that can calculate these chances easily. The equations below show how the math behind this function works.

Chances for Winning:


Overall Chances:

In Cash Pop, each Pop played has the same chance of being drawn: 1 in 15.