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Oklahoma Cash 5 Produces Winners
Powerball Jackpot at $137 million

The third drawing was the charm as one lucky ticket purchased in Henryetta won the $25,000 taxes-paid top prize in Tuesday’s Oklahoma Cash 5 drawing.

 “Besides last night’s grand prize winner there has been numerous other second and third tier prizes won,” said Jim Scroggins, Executive Director, Oklahoma Lottery Commission. “We are very pleased with the early participation in this game.”

With only three drawings held, Oklahomans have won more than $125,000 playing Oklahoma Cash 5. This includes one hundred twenty three (123), $500 winners and more than 3,200 third tier winners.

To play Oklahoma Cash 5, players select five numbers 1 through 36.  Players will win by matching 2, 3, 4 or 5 numbers. Players who match all five numbers will receive a check for $25,000 taxes-paid. Each play is $1 with the option to play up to five times per play slip.  Overall odds of winning are 1 in 7.6 with prizes ranging from a free ticket to the $25,000 top prize.

The first Oklahoma Cash 5 drawing was September 5 and drawings are twice weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays and can be seen at 9:10 pm CST on KOKH-TV and KOCB-TV in Oklahoma City and KWBT-TV in Tulsa. Winning numbers can also be found in area newspapers as well as online at www.lottery.ok.gov.

Additional excitement is building as tonight’s Powerball drawing approaches.  Tonight’s jackpot is estimated at $137 million or $64.5 million cash value.

 “With a jackpot of $137 million, we want to remind players to have fun but to not get carried away,” said Scroggins.  “Players should remember to play responsibly”.

For more information, please contact Lisa Fortier, at 405.522.7751.

The Oklahoma Lottery makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of information provided on this website. In the event of any conflict between the winning numbers posted on this website and winning numbers as contained in the Oklahoma Lottery gaming system, the winning numbers as drawn and as contained in the gaming system will be treated as official. All winning tickets must be validated through the Oklahoma Lottery gaming system.