"Twice Each Week - The MASS CASH WINFALL from the Mass State Lottery"
The Mass Lottery (Massachusetts State Lottery) was created in 1971 once the General Court had legalized gambling amd lotto games throughout the State of Massachusetts.
When first forming the Massachusetts Lottery – Mass Lottery – the overall aim was to generate funds to be made available to towns and cities within the State of Massachusetts and at the same time to provide an exciting and entertaining range of its own lottery games.
The Massachusetts Lottery is run and administered by a five member commission that includes the Treasurer and Receiver-General of Massachusetts.
The very first lottery tickets to be sold by the Mass Lottery were for “The Game” – a twice weekly lottery and these were first sold in March 1972.
The Massachusetts State Lottery led the way in May 1974 by producing the very first scratch-off game to be seen when it introduced “The Instant Game” with a 1st prize of US$ 10,000.
These days the Mass Lottery brings out between 24 and 48 new instant games each year and is not only a national leader in sales but is truly one of the most popular US Lottery companies.
The Massachusetts Lottery is one of the US States that offers the massive multi-state Mega Millions lottery – formerly known as The Big Game plus the USA Powerball. As well as this, other games include the State’s main jackpot lotto game – Megabucks – numerous scratch-offs, The NUMBERS Game, Mass Cash, KENO and the up until 2012, the game that we have looked at here – the CASH WinFall…
CASH WinFall was the Massachusetts Lottery jackpot lottery game that replaced Mass Millions and was a traditional-style, jackpot lotto game. It was initially introduced by the Mass Lottery back on September 9th 2004 with the very first CASH WinFall draw taking place on September 13th.
The Mass Lottery CASH WinFall lottery used a matrix of 6/46 and the jackpot always used to start off at US$ 500,000.
When the CASH WinFall jackpot prize was not won – it was always added onto the next draw as a rollover and it increased in size like this draw after draw until it was eventually won.
If the jackpot was not won by the time it reached US$ 2 MILLION – the top prize used to then “Winfall“ down to the lower prize levels and increase the size of these prize levels by up to 10 times.
The Mass State Lottery – CASH WinFall – was drawn twice per week on Mondays and Thursdays at 11.20pm local time and you could catch the Mass Lottery results on the live drawings that were shown on WCVBTV Channel 5.
Mass CASH WinFall was discontinued on January 26th 2012.
The Mass State Lottery – CASH WinFall – used what’s called a 6/46 matrix which means that when playing the CASH WinFall, you needed to select 6 numbers from a pool of numbers from 1 to 46 – if you matched all 6 numbers drawn then you were a jackpot winner.
There were prizes to be won on 4 other prize levels too – if you matched either 5 of the 6 numbers drawn, 4 numbers, 3 numbers or even just 2 of the numbers.
A Quic Pic facility was available when playing the Mass State Lottery CASH WinFall similar to the Lucky Dip option that is used in the UK National Lottery or Europe’s EuroMillions or many other USA lottery games – which means that you could save time by asking the lottery retailer or computer to select all your numbers for you.
So actually playing the Mass Lotto CASH WinFall lottery was easy…you just needed to select your own 6 numbers or request them to be randomly selected for you.
The cost of each entry into the Mass Lottery – Cash WinFall – was US$ 2.00.
Unlike many of the US lotteries today that commonly use a Random Number Generator (RNG) to make their draws – the MA Lottery still used the traditional method of numbered lottery balls to draw their Cash WinFall lottery game.
Before each live draw took place – three test drawings were undertaken to ensure that everything was working just as it should be.
As with most USA Lottery games – previously only citizens living in Massachusetts State were allowed to play in any of the Massachusetts State Lottery games including the CASH WinFall – you used to have to purchase your MA Lottery tickets from an authorized retailer based within the state.
Nowadays though – there are a good number of online lottery ticket sales agencies such as TheLotter who are both authorized and genuine – you were able to select your Massachusetts Lottery numbers online and purchase your tickets without worrying about where in the world you are living.
This was great news of course if you live outside of the State of Massachusetts and the U.S.A. and wanted to play the Massachusetts State Lottery – CASH WinFall – and ensure your entry into the draw or just wanted the simplicity and convenience of being able to buy lottery tickets online.
Once you had entered into the CASH WinFall draw – you could then easily check your chosen Massachusetts Lottery results online to see how you have done and to find out if you had become one of the lucky CASH WinFall winners.
Like nearly all other USA lotteries – in Massachusetts you needed to be 18 years of age to be eligible to purchase a ticket for any of the Mass State Lottery games including the CASH WinFall.
Some great news here for all USA Lottery players in Massachusetts...
When it was first introduced back in September 2004 the Massachusetts Lottery – CASH WinFall – was the state’s first online lottery game and was aimed at giving players a better chance of winning.
CASH WinFall was brought in as a replacement when Mass State Lottery decided to discontinue the Mass Millions game.
You can check on any Mass State Lottery Results, either at the local lottery retailers, in the newspapers, on TV during the live WCVB-TV Channel 5 drawings or from the online lottery ticket sales agency where you purchased your tickets from.
The Mass CASH WinFall was eventually dropped from the Massachusetts Lottery portfolio on January 26th 2012.
The odds of winning on the Mass Lottery – CASH WinFall – were very competitive when compared to many world lotteries and USA lottery games – especially the Multi-State offerings like Mega Millions and Powerball.
The chances of winning a Massachusetts Lottery – CASH WinFall – jackpot were 1 in 9.36 million – for these odds you could have been one of the Mass State Lottery jackpot winners.
For one of the prizes on the second level – the odds came in at a better 1 in 39,028.
The likelihood of winning a third tier prize came in at 1 in 800 and for a prize on the fourth tier the odds were reduced right down to just 1 in 47.
There were even prizes if you matched just 2 numbers on the Mass State Lottery – CASH WinFall – the odds for this was a very good 1 in just 6.
The lottery jackpot for the Mass State Lottery – CASH WinFall – did not exceed US$ 2 MILLION. This was to give players a better chance of winning and if it was not won when it reached that level – it used to “WinFall” down to the other prize levels.
With other Mass Lottery games – a national record was produced by the Massachusetts Lottery in February and March 1984 when the Megabucks jackpot was not won on 3 draws and the top prize rose to US$ 18.2 MILLION. This was eventually shared by 6 lucky winners during a time that the media termed “Megamania”.
The biggest Mass State Lottery Megabucks jackpot to date has been US$ 21.71 MILLION.
In April 1999 – Maria Grasso became the winner of the largest jackpot in Massachusetts State Lottery history when she scooped a whopping US$ 197 MILLION on the Big Game lottery which is know known as Mega Millions.
This figure was beaten in July 2004 when Geraldine Williams from Lowell, MA, won a Mega Millions jackpot of US$ 294 MILLION – becoming the largest single-ticket winner in North American jackpot history.
The Massachusetts State Lottery did not offer choices for CASH WinFall jackpot winners to receive their winnings as either cash lumps sums or annuity payments. So if you won a Mass Lottery – CASH WinFall – jackpot you would automatically have been paid your winnings in the form of a one time lump sum payment.
Apart from the giant Mega Millions game – this lump sum only aspect of the lottery jackpot is unique to Massachusetts State.
You will need to claim any Massachusetts Lottery prize – including the jackpot if you are a winner – within 365 days of the draw taking place.
If your MA Lotto win is up to US$ 600 you will be able to claim your prize from any of the thousands of MA Lottery retailers across the state.
If your win is between US$ 600 and US$ 49,999 then you will be able to claim your prize at any of the Mass State Lottery regional offices.
If you are a lucky jackpot winner of a Mass Lottery game – you will need to make your claim at the Massachusetts State Lottery Headquarters in Braintree.
Of course if you buy lottery tickets online with a lottery ticket sales agency like TheLotter – whatever your win – this will not be a concern for you as your lottery ticket sales agent will take care of all this for you.
The state of Massachusetts and its citizens benefit greatly from the activities of the Massachusetts Lottery.
Funds are provided for the Local Aid Fund and given back to the towns and cities in Massachusetts in the form of local aid.
Along with other lotteries – the Mass State Lottery partners with the state police in helping with the search for and recovery of abducted children through the AMBER alert program right across the state.
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