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Badger 5 features a rolling jackpot that starts at $10,000 and increases by at least $1,000 every draw until it's won. It's like the little brother to Wisconsin's Megabucks or SuperCash!, but just as exciting.
Badger 5 Drawing Schedule
Badger 5 drawings are held everyday, Mondays through Sundays, at approximately 9:00 PM CST.
Badger 5 Payout and Mechanics
To play Badger 5, just pick 5 numbers from 1 to 31, or use the Quick Pick option to let the computer choose for you. You can also choose to play the same numbers for up to 5 draws consecutively.
Badger 5 costs $1 for a single play per draw.
Wisconsin Badger 5 Payouts and Odds
Numbers Matched  Prize  Odds 
5 of 5  Jackpot  1 in 169,911 
4 of 5  $50  1 in 1,308 
3 of 5  $2  1 in 53 
2 of 5  $1  1 in 7 
*Odds are based on two plays for $1.
Badger 5 Prize Claiming
You can claim prizes up to $599 at any authorized Wisconsin Lottery retailer, or by visiting either the Madison or Milwaukee lottery office. Prizes above $599 (eg. the jackpot) must be claimed at either lottery office.
You can also redeem your prize by mailing your ticket to the Madison lottery office.
Jackpots are paid out in cash all at once. In the event of multiple winners, the jackpot shall be divided equally among all winners.
Winners have 180 days to claim prizes.
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