The Arkansas Progressive Jackpot is a lottery game from Arkansas Lottery. Arkansas Progressive Jackpot is a quick and easy instant play-style game with a rolling jackpot that starts at $1,000. This Fast Play game is generated through the lottery terminal. Players simply match their symbols to see if they won and there are no drawings to wait for.
How To Play Arkansas Progressive Jackpot?
The $1 Arkansas Progressive Jackpot Fast Play plays cost $1 per play and $2 plays cost $2 per play and $5 plays cost $5 per play.
You buy your ticket from your nearest retailer and then match three like symbols out of the five in any row across, and win the corresponding prize shown on the prize legend. Each row is played separately.
The AR Progressive Jackpot Fast Play jackpot starts at $1,000 and grows with every ticket sold until the jackpot is won. The jackpot resets to $1,000 after it is won, if it was a $5 play.
The current estimated Progressive Jackpot Fast Play jackpot is updated hourly on their website, myarkansaslottery.com, and is also printed on each Progressive Jackpot Fast Play ticket when it is generated from the lottery terminal.
The game rules
When you can buy fast play tickets for Arkansas Progressive Jackpot in multiple price ranges:
- $1 – activates 5 rows
- $2 – activates 10 rows
- $5 – activates 15 rows
When you buy your ticket, you get a slip of paper with five symbols across it. If any three of those symbols match, you win the corresponding prize amount.
The symbols are all money-themed, and the prizes look like this:
- The dollar symbol pays off at $1.
- The pictures of money pay off at $3.
- The piggy banks pay off at $5.
- The crowns pay off at $10.
- The diamond rings pay off at $25.
- The bags of money pay off at $50.
- The big gemstones pay off at $125.
- The bags of gold pay off at $250.
The state of Arkansas with a $1 symbol in them pay off at 20% of the jackpot.
Those are, of course, the prize amounts for the $1 ticket. The prize amounts go up when you play for $2 or $5, although they’re not direct increases.
Each price has a return percentage. That return is just the size of the prize multiplied by the probability of getting that prize. When you add the return for each possibility of the game together, you get the total return for the game. This is expressed as a percentage.
Winning tickets and prize claim
Winning ticket examples can be found at lottery site MyArkansasLottery.com. You can also scan your ticket at your local lottery retailer to see if you won.
You can also check the results with their respective apps
$5.5 Million in prizes have been awarded since the game began in April, 2013. The five biggest winners include: Ashley Murray, $44,309, Melissa Black, $35,231, Peggy Rhodes, $30,423, David Kidd, $30,277, Donald Knapp, $27,901.
You can enter Arkansas Progressive Jackpot Fast Play tickets in Points for Prizes . Winning and non-winning numbers from terminal-generated games like Arkansas Progressive Jackpot Fast Play are eligible. Visit https://theclub.aslplayerservies.com/pia to enter and add Points for Prizes points to your account. Points for Prizes codes from terminal-generated games must be entered within 180 days of purchase date and/or the last draw date printed on the front of the ticket.
Also if you win prizes must be claimed within 180 days of the purchase date and must be redeemed in the state of Arkansas.
The prize range for Arkansas Progressive Jackpot Fast Play depends on whether you purchase a $1, $2 or $5 ticket. A $1 ticket has a prize range of $1 up to 20 percent of the current estimated jackpot; a $2 ticket has a prize range of $2 up to 40 percent of the current estimated jackpot; and a $5 ticket has a prize range of $5 up to 100 percent of the current estimated jackpot.
There can never be more than one jackpot winner. When a jackpot is won, the current estimated jackpot reduces by the amount won, or resets to $1,000 if it was a $5 play.