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What are Cashboard Games?

Cashboard games combine the excitement of a seal card game with instant winners and the opportunity for players to win a larger prize.

Cashboard games generally involve a larger count of 4,000 or more tickets, and are offered with two different styles of play: Non-Subset Cashboard and Subset Cashboard games.

Non-Subset Cashboards

Instant Winners

A players ultimate goal is to win the larger cashboard prize. Instant win tickets provide additional excitement and even more chances for players to engage in the winning experience.

Sign-Up Hold Tickets

Players with sign-up hold tickets sign their name on the seal card. After all winning hold tickets are paid out, the seal window is opened to reveal the winning hold number. The player with that hold ticket wins the $500 seal prize.

Winning Hold Tickets

In addition to the seal winner, there are winning hold tickets with numbers that correspond to the 20 windows on the cashboard. Each window contains a prize amount from $50 - $250.

Subset Cashboards

Subset Hold Tickets

As the subset is being sold, players with hold tickets numbered 1-15 sign their name on the seal card for a chance to advance to the cashboard.

Subset Seal Card

After the entire subset is sold and all winning instant tickets are paid out, the operator opens the window on the seal card to reveal the winning hold number. The player with the winning hold ticket is given a cashboard with 20 windows (one for each of the ticket subsets). Each window has a pre-determined prize amount underneath it.

Subset Cashboard

Winners from each subset game select one of the available windows on the cashboard to reveal their winning prize amount. In this example, prizes range from $100 - $500.

Instant Winners

Instant win tickets provide additional excitement and even more chances for players to engage in the winning experience. Each subset has a small number of instant win prizes.

 

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