New $2 Cash Explosion Ticket Ups the Ante

Aug 28, 14 New $2 Cash Explosion Ticket Ups the Ante

Aug. 28, 2014 – The Ohio Lottery has released an all-new $2 Cash Explosion scratch-off ticket that is making one of the state’s favorite games even better.

The new ticket now offers a top prize worth $5,000 and has $2 million more in the overall prize pool.

According to the Ohio Lottery, the new $2 ticket also offers players better odds of winning smaller cash prizes between $5 and $500 on the new ticket.

And, with a new multiplier on the ticket, players can have their winnings doubled or even multiplied five times.

Just like older Cash Explosion tickets, the new $2 game offers players a chance to have their moment in the spotlight.  If you uncover the word “Entry” three times as you scratch off your ticket, you’ll be able to enter for a chance to appear on the Cash Explosion television show.

There, you’ll be guaranteed to win $5,000, but you’ll have a chance to win as much as $50,000.

In addition to a chance to win your spot on the Cash Explosion game show, “Entry” tickets, which players can mail in or enter online, will automatically be entered into a daily drawing for $1,000.

The new tickets are also eligible for the monthly bonus drawing, which award 10 lucky players with $1,000 prizes, and another 50 winners score $100 prizes.

With the release of the new $2 ticket, the Ohio Lottery says it’s  time for “a new generation of Cash Explosion.”  The older tickets were worth playing just for a chance to take the stage on the Lottery’s game show, but with better odds and more to be won, why not take a chance on that new generation?

For more information on the Cash Explosion game show, how to enter, and bonus drawings, go to the Ohio Lottery’s Cash Explosion website.  Good luck!


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Written by Matt Isaacs

Matt is the Editorial Manager for the LotteryHUB News Team. Matt graduated from Rutgers University’s School of Journalism and Media Studies in May 2013



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