The Power play option offered by the Maryland lottery are numbers that are used to multiply a player’s winnings. A good example being the play power 5’s other power-play multiplier numbers are such as 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10. Players can also use the 10X multiplier but which will only be provided when the jackpot prize level has reached $150m or less.
How to Play Power 5’s Scratch Off
When a player wins $100 by simply matching about 4 white balls, and then add power play for $1 and the power play number that is drawn happens to be 5. The player will multiply their winnings by 5 and get a consolidated winning amount of about $500. Also if the players engage the power play game and proceed to win the match 5 price, their winning amount is automatically doubled from $1 million to $ 2million and this is irregardless of the power play number selected.
Players must also note that the power play number will be randomly selected before the beginning of each Powerball draw, but they will not appear on the player’s ticket. Most importantly is that the power play multiplier will not influence the jackpot prize. Now winning the power play is not difficult because all you have to do is match all or some of the numbers that have been drawn, for this option you can only win once per panel and the probabilities are rounded.
To participate in the Maryland lottery power play, you will have to wait and play the games on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturday nights, where you will be presented with five white balls. The balls will have numbers ranging from 1 to 69, and which have been made complete with one red power ball from 1 to 26 that will be drawn.
Double play extension
If power play by the Maryland lottery is not as thrilling as you might want it to be, you can try your hand in the double play and which comes 30 minutes after the Powerball drawing. This second drawing offers punters the opportunity to win to bag up to $10million but by utilizing the same numbers on their Powerball ticket.
How to play
Using $1, Powerball players have the option of adding the double play feature to their Powerball ticket. The drawings usually take place every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, and by adding the double play option a player’s ticket is made eligible for prizes on both the Powerball drawing and the double play drawing.
Important to note is that the double play drawings do come with a distinct prize structure from the one used by Powerball. Players must also know that the double play probabilities of winning are usually approximate.
If you already have a payslip all you have to do now is provide the Maryland retailer with the payslip or better yet, you could utilize the self-service terminal and manually select the number that you want or simply select the Quick Pick option. Before using the payslip, players are asked to ensure that the numbers that they have selected on their payslips are the actual numbers that they have to play.
If you are finding it hard to find the payslips you can simply create and use the e-payslips that are available on the MD lottery mobile app. Each play will cost you about $2, the payslips have five play areas and which means that you can play up to five Powerball plays on each of the slips. Each of the plays does have about two fields, and you have the option of marking up to five different numbers ranging from 1-69, in the upper field. You will then mark one Powerball number ranging from 1 to 26 in the lower field.
As you select your numbers, remember that if you select too many or too few, your payslip will be rejected automatically. The player should, therefore, make an intense vertical mark on the numbers that they have decided to settle with. Black ink is the best for this procedure but the choice is totally yours and you can also decide to use a blue or a black pencil. Important to note is that you are not allowed to use a red pen or red ink for this selection process.
Errors must not be erased, so in case you make a mistake just mark the void box that is on the right side of the pane, and you can complete your selection via the remaining open panels. Players who are doubtful when it comes to picking numbers can simply mark the QP box for the white balls and the same for the Powerball’s and that is for every play that they wish to buy.
Players who want to engage the Powerplay option will just mark the Powerplay box to add the power, you must however know that this option adds $1 on each game. And if you wish to add the double play then you will have to tick the double play box, and which also adds $1 to each of the games. For this process using the e-slips via the Maryland lottery app is an easier option because all you will have to do is scan your e-payslip from your phone.
How to play more than one drawing
As stated earlier the Powerball drawings are usually held three times in one week, and you can, therefore, play the same numbers for 2 to 10 and 15 drawings respectively. This option includes the next drawing but you have to be sure to mark the appropriate number of draws.
Playing power 5’s exposes you to a lot of winning options, however, Maryland also offers this playing option under very strict conditions that you must be keen to observe. For example, the playing tickets are only valid for the drawing dates that have been indicated on the ticket. Also, be sure to get your ticket before the ticket sales close that is one hour before the drawing time.
Where can I cash my power play tickets?
The power play tickets must be cashed where they were purchased.
Does the Maryland lottery offer an exchange ticket for the remaining days of play?
Yes, you can get an exchange ticket of play from Maryland.