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How to Play Wild Money:

Wild Money is the Rhode Island Lottery’s progressive jackpot game! The jackpot starts at $20,000 and gets progressively larger until there is a winner!

To play, select five numbers from 1 to 35, on a $1 wager. Five numbers are drawn from that field of 35. Match the 5 numbers and win the jackpot!

An EXTRA ball is drawn from the remaining 30 numbers to match for additional secondary prizes. Wild Money offers six ways to win.

The EXTRA ball is not selected by you or the computer and does not appear on your ticket. This is an additional number that is drawn. The EXTRA ball is ONLY used to determine secondary prizes.

Drawings are shown live on WPRI-TV 12 at 7:29 p.m. every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights. Tickets can be purchased up to five minutes prior to drawing and resume approximately five minutes following the drawing.

Once any ticket is issued to the player by a Lottery Retailer, it is the player’s responsibility to immediately check that the numbers and wagering selected are what was requested, and then sign the back of the ticket for security. All winning tickets are payable to the bearer of the ticket, upon verification of their identification and signature. The Rhode Island Lottery and Lottery Retailers are not responsible for lost or stolen tickets or those incorrectly issued that were not reported to the Retailer immediately after purchase.

Prize Payout:

Match Prize
5 Numbers Jackpot
4 Numbers & Extra Ball $1,500
4 Numbers $200
3 Numbers & Extra Ball $50
3 Numbers $5
2 Numbers & Extra Ball $5


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