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! Overall chances of winning are 1 in 15.

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).

Friday, Jun 21
Late Morning 11
Friday, Jun 21
Early Bird 12
Thursday, Jun 20
Night Owl 14
Thursday, Jun 20
Prime Time 10
Thursday, Jun 20
Matinee 5

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.

Overall Chances:

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