Each playslip has 5 play areas. Each play cost $1.00. Mark 4 numbers, from 1-33, in the top section, headed "MARK 4" and
one number from 1-31, (the Kentucky Cash Ball) in the Lower section, headed "MARK 1".
You can mark the QP in either or both sections to let the computer randomly select your numbers or number.
If you want to play the same numbers for the next, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 14 consecutive KENTUCKY CASH BALL drawings, mark
the appropriate MULTI-DRAW box. TOTAL TICKET COST = NUMBER OF PLAYS x NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DRAWINGS. Review your playslip
carefully before giving it to your retailer. Mark your selections using pencil or blue ink only, with heavy vertical marks,
for example:  DO NOT ERASE. If you make a mistake, mark the VOID box for that play area and start again in the next.
CLAIMING YOUR KENTUCKY CASH BALL PRIZE:
To claim a prize, sign the back of your winning ticket. Prizes may be claimed the next business day after the drawing. A
play slip DOES NOT constitute evidence of a winning ticket or numbers selected. A valid ticket must be presented to claim
a prize. Prizes up to $600 can be redeemed at any Kentucky Lottery Kentucky Cash Ball retailer. Prizes up to $5,000 may be
claimed at any authorized cashing agent or by mailing your winning ticket and a completed claim form (available at any Lottery
retailer) to the Kentucky Lottery Corporation, Claims Dept. 100, Louisville, KY 40287-0001. Prizes up to $25,000 must be
claimed at the Kentucky Lottery Headquarters at 1011 West Main Street, Louisville, KY 40202.
PRIZES MUST BE CLAIMED WITHIN 180 DAYS AFTER THE DRAWING DATE.
Tickets, transactions, drawings, and prizes are subject to the laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and all rules, regulations,
directives and final decisions of the Kentucky Lottery Corporation. You must be 18 years old in order to buy a ticket. Complete
rules and regulations are available upon request from the Kentucky Lottery.
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