53ER16-38. PICK 5™  


Effective on Monday, August 01, 2016
  • 153ER16-38 PICK 545.

    6(1) How to Play PICK 51213.

    14(a) PICK 5 is a draw lottery game (also known as an online lottery game) in which a player selects any five-digit number from 00000 through 99999 inclusive. The digits may be the same, different or combination thereof; for example, 11111, 12123, and 12345 are all valid selections.

    62(b) Players may choose play amounts of $.50 or $1.00 per play, per drawing76.

    77(c) Players may make their PICK 5 ticket selections by marking a play slip or by telling the retailer their desired selections.

    991. There are five panels on a play slip. Players electing to use a play slip to make their PICK 5 ticket selections must mark one number in each column or mark the Quick Pick (“QP”) box located at the bottom of each panel for the terminal to randomly select one or more of the numbers for each panel played. The player may also mark the play type, draw time and play amount; however, if the play type, play amount, or draw time is not marked by the player, the terminal will default to a $1.00 straight play for the next available draw. A “Void” box is also located at the bottom of each panel and should be marked by the player if an error was made in his or her selections in a panel. Players may mark the $5 “Quick Picks” box to receive five $1.00 tickets each with one set of five randomly selected numbers (straight play) for the next PICK 5 drawing, or may mark the $10 “Quick Picks” box to receive ten $1.00 tickets, each with one set of five randomly selected numbers (straight play) for the next available PICK 5 drawing. Players may mark Quick Picks in addition to panel plays. Players must use only blue or black ink or pencil for making selections. Play slips must be processed by a retailer in order to obtain a ticket.

    3322. Players electing to make their PICK 5 ticket selections by telling the retailer must specify the play type, draw time, play amount, and their desired number selections (or tell the retailer they desire to use the quick pick feature for the terminal to randomly select one or more of the number384s).

    385(d) A player who selects the box play type or the straight/box play type and who elects to use the quick pick feature will not be able to select the type of box play. The type of box play will be determined by whether the quick pick numbers selected by the terminal comprise a 5-way box, 10-way box, 20-way box, or 30-way, 60-way or 120-way box combination as described in paragraph (1)(f), 457below.

    458(e) Players may play future consecutive midday, evening, or both drawings within a fourteen-day period or non-consecutive drawings within a seven-day period by using the “advance play” feature. To use the advance play feature, players may either mark the play slip or tell the retailer the advance play selections and draw times they desire. For purposes of this paragraph (1)(e), both a fourteen-day and a seven-day period begin on the date of the next available PICK 5 drawing for the draw time selected and continue through the next thirteen/six consecutive days for the draw time selected. The advance play options are described more fully in subparagraphs 1. and 2., below.

    5681. Advance Play by Play Slip. Advance play selections made on a play slip are for consecutive drawings for the draw time(s) selected only. Players shall mark the desired number of consecutive drawings in the “Days” section and the desired draw time(s) in the “Draw Time” section of the play slip. The number of consecutive drawings marked will include the next available drawing for the draw time(s) selected and will apply to each panel (A-E) played. Advance play does not apply to selections in the Quick Picks box.

    656a. If the midday (MID) box is selected, the ticket will be entered into the next available midday draw and consecutive midday draws through the selected number of days.

    685b. If the evening (EVE) box is selected, the ticket will be entered into the next available evening draw and consecutive evening draws through the selected number of days.

    714c. If the both (BOTH) box is selected, the ticket will be entered into the next available draw and consecutive midday and evening draws through the selected number of days.

    7442. Advance Play by Telling the Retailer. Players shall specify to the retailer their desired selections in one (1) of the following advance play parameters:

    769a. Any single day for the draw time(s) selected in a seven-day period782.

    783b. Any two non-consecutive days for the draw time(s) selected in a seven-day period797.

    798c. Any two or more consecutive days for the draw time(s) selected in a seven-day period, not including the next available drawing820.

    821d. Up to fourteen consecutive days for the draw times selected, including the next available drawing.

    837In the event that a planned change in the PICK 5 game requires that the number of advance plays available for purchase be reduced to zero before implementation of the change, an advance play countdown schedule will be posted on the Florida Lottery’s website.

    881(f) PICK 5 can be played and won as follows:

    8911. 892893Straight894 895play. In a straight play, if a player903904s digits as printed on the player’s ticket match, in exact order, the official PICK 5 winning numbers for the drawing, the player wins $25,000 for a 50-cent play or $50,000 for a $1.00 play.

    9412. 942943Box944 945play. A box play allows a player to win if the player957958s digits match, in any order, the official PICK 5 winning numbers for the drawing.

    973a. A 9759765-way box978 979is a play in which the player has selected a number with four identical digits and one different digit (example 11112) and covers the five possible combinations of the five digits. A 5-way box pays a winner $5,000 for a 50-cent play or $10,000 for a $1.00 play.

    1029b. A 1031103210-way box1034 1035is a play in which the player has selected a number with three identical digits and two identical different digits (example 11122) and covers the ten possible combinations of the five digits. A 10-way box pays a winner $2,500 for a 50-cent play or $5,000 for a $1.00 play.

    1086c. A 1088108920-way box1091 1092is a play in which the player has selected a number with three identical digits and two different digits (example 11123) and covers the twenty possible combinations of the five digits. A 20-way box pays a winner $1,250 for a 50-cent play or $2,500 for a $1.00 play.

    1142d. A 1144114530-way box1147 1148is a play in which the player has selected a number with two different pairs of identical digits and one different digit (example 11223) and covers the thirty possible combinations of the five digits. A 30-way box pays a winner $830 for a 50-cent play or $1,660 for a $1.00 play.

    1200e. A “60-way box” is a play in which the player has selected a number with two identical digits and three different digits (example 11234) and covers the sixty possible combinations of the five digits. A 60-way box pays a winner $415 for a 50-cent play or $830 for a $1.00 play.

    1252f. A “120-way box” is a play in which the player has selected a number with five different digits (example 12345) and covers the one hundred twenty possible combinations of the five digits. A 120-way box pays a winner $208 for a 50-cent play or $416 for a $1.00 play.

    13023. “Straight and Box” play. A straight and box play combines a 50-cent straight play and a 50-cent box play for a $1.00 play.

    1326a. A “Straight and 5-way box” play pays a winner $30,000 if a player’s digits as printed on the player’s ticket match, in exact order, the official PICK 5 winning numbers for the drawing, or $5,000 if the player’s digits match, in any other order, the official PICK 5 winning numbers for the drawing1382.

    1383b. A “Straight and 10-way box” play pays a winner $27,500 if a player’s digits as printed on the player’s ticket match, in exact order, the official PICK 5 winning numbers for the drawing, or $2,500 if the player’s digits match, in any other order, the official PICK 5 w1435inning numbers for the drawing.

    1440c. A “Straight and 20-way box” play pays a winner $26,250 if a player’s digits as printed on the player’s ticket match, in exact order, the official PICK 5 winning numbers for the drawing, or $1,250 if the player’s digits match, in any other order, the official PICK 5 winning numbers for the drawing1496.

    1497d. A “Straight and 30-way box” play pays a winner $25,830 if a player’s digits as printed on the player’s ticket match, in exact order, the official PICK 5 winning numbers for the drawing, or $830 if the player’s digits match, in any other order, the official PICK 5 winning numbers for the drawing.

    1552e. A “Straight and 60-way box” play pays a winner $25,415 if a player’s digits as printed on the player’s ticket match, in exact order, the official PICK 5 winning numbers for the drawing, or $415 if the player’s digits match, in any other order, the official PICK 5 winning numbers for the drawing.

    1607f. A “Straight and 120-way box” play pays a winner $25,208 if a player’s digits as printed on the player’s ticket match, in exact order, the official PICK 5 winning numbers for the drawing, or $208 if the player’s digits match, in any other order, the official PICK 5 winning numbers for the drawing.

    1662(g) On occasion, increases in the prize amounts set forth in paragraph (1) (f) above will be offered for promotional purposes.

    1683(h) A liability limit of $5 million is established for PICK 5. When the play of a particular five digit number for a drawing reaches the Florida Lottery’s PICK 5 liability limit of $5 million, no further ticket sales for any type of play that would involve that five digit number will be allowed for that drawing.

    1740(2) PICK 5 Drawings.

    1744(a) PICK 5 drawings are conducted twice daily.

    1752(b) The equipment shall be configured so that one ball is drawn from each of five units of balls numbered zero (0) through nine (9).

    1777(c) Five balls will be selected in the drawing, one each into five separate display devices. The numbers shown on the five balls, after certification by the Draw Manager and the Accountant, shall be the official winning numbers for the drawing.

    1818(d) The Florida Lottery shall not be responsible for incorrect circulation, publication or broadcast of official winning numbers.

    1836(3) PICK 5 Odds of Winning.

    1842The odds of winning in PICK 5 are as follows:

    1852(a) Straight18541 in 100,000

    1858(b) Box 5-way18611 in 20,000

    1865(c) Box 10-way18681 in 10,000

    1872(d) Box 20-way18751 in 5,000

    1879(e) Box 30-way18821 in 3,333.33

    1886(f) Box 60-way18891 in 1,666.67

    1893(g) Box 120-way18961 in 833.33

    1899(f) Straight/1901Box 5-way19031 in 100,000 and 1 in 20,000

    1912(g) Straight/Box10-way19141 in 100,000 and 1 in 10,000

    1923(h) Straight/Box 20-way19261 in 100,000 and 1 in 5,000

    1935(i) Straight/1937Box 30-way19391 in 100,000 and 1 in 3,333.33

    1948(j) Straight/Box 60-way19511 in 100,000 and 1 in 1,666.67

    1960(k) Straight/Box 120-way19631 in 100,000 and 1 in 833.33

    1971(4) PICK 5 Rules and Prohibitions.

    1977(a) By purchasing a PICK 5 ticket a player agrees to comply with and abide by all rules and regulations of the Florida Lottery.

    2001(b) PICK 5 prize payments shall be made in accordance with rules of the Florida Lottery governing payment of prizes. A copy of the current rule can be obtained from the Florida Lottery, Office of the General Counsel, 250 Marriott Drive, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-4011.

    2045(c) Subject to a retailer’s hours of operation and online system availability, PICK 5 lottery tickets are available for purchase daily between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and midnight Eastern Time (ET).

    2077(d) The scheduled time for the daily PICK 5 drawing is approximately 1:30 p.m. 2091(2092ET2093) 2094for the midday draw and 7:57 p.m. 2101(2102ET2103) 2104for the evening draw. Ticket sales for a specific PICK 5 drawing will close approximately twelve minutes prior to that drawing. Any ticket sold after the close of game will be printed with the next available PICK 5 draw date and time unless the player specifies another PICK 5 draw date and time within the selection parameters.

    2161(e) Retailer cancellations of PICK 5 tickets can only be performed by the retailer who sold the ticket, using the selling terminal’s optical mark reader, and within two hours after printing, except that no PICK 5 ticket shall be canceled after close of game for the related drawing. The two-hour ticket cancellation period may be reduced due to the selling retailer’s hours of business operation, the hours of online system availability, or the time of the related PICK 5 close of game.

    2243(f) It is the responsibility of the player to determine the accuracy of the selected panels of numbers, draw date(s), draw time(s) and play types on tickets. In the event that a ticket given to the player by the retailer contains selections that are not consistent with the player’s selections, it shall be the responsibility of the player to immediately advise the retailer of that fact. In such event and upon request of a player, the retailer shall make a good faith effort to cancel the ticket. A retailer is not required to cancel a ticket produced upon request of a player by the “quick pick” method of number selection.

    2353(5) The effective date of this emergency rule is August 1, 2016.

    2365Rulemaking Authority 236724.105(2), 236824.105(9)(a), 2369(b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (h), 237524.109(1), 237624.115(1) FS. 2378Law Implemented 238024.105(2), 238124.1052382(23839)(a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), 2389(h), 239024.124(1) FS. 2392History23932394New 8-1-16.