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Frequently Asked Questions

I found the word ENTRY on a Cash Explosion ticket, what do I do?

If you found ENTRY three times on a Cash Explosion ticket or in the Bonus Play box on a Cash Explosion Cashword ticket you are eligible to enter the weekly contestant drawing. Click here for instructions.

Can I enter a drawing more than once?

Each ticket may only be entered into one drawing, but you may submit separate entries for the same drawing.

Can I still mail my entry tickets in for a drawing?

No, weekly Cash Explosion drawings are conducted online ONLY and you must create an account in MyLottoRewards® to register your ticket.

What are my chances of becoming a contestant?

Your odds of winning will vary, based on the total number of entries that are received for a drawing and the total number of entries that you have submitted.

When do Cash Explosion drawings occur?

Cash Explosion conducts contestant drawings weekly, in which 8 players are chosen for an upcoming show. The announcement schedule can be found here.

How are the Cash Explosion contestants selected?

Online entry tickets that are registered weekly through MyLottoRewards are separated into virtual bins with equal numbers of entries. A random number generator is used to select virtual bin numbers amongst the total number of virtual bins, it then selects each contestant entry from all entries within those virtual bins.

How do I find out if I have been selected as a contestant?

Contestant's names and hometowns are announced weekly on the Cash Explosion® Television Show and posted on the Contestants web page. Announced contestants will be contacted by a Cash Explosion® Team Member via phone, email or USPS, usually within a week of the announcement date. It is important to correctly fill out the back of the ticket and/or make sure your My Lotto account information is up to date.

Can I mail my Cash Explosion Cashword ticket in?

No, Cash Explosion Cashword tickets must be submitted online using a MyLotto Rewards account. Click here for instructions.