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These are the Game Procedures ("the Procedures") for Cash Drop (the "Game"). When the Game is played, the Rules for Interactive Instant Win Games ("the Rules"), the Interactive Account Terms and Conditions and these Procedures apply. The Rules can be found at the National Lottery website (www.national-lottery.co.uk).

Any word or term in these Procedures that has specific meaning will have the meaning given to it in these Procedures or the Rules (unless the context clearly indicates otherwise).

Game Name: Cash Drop

Game Price: £0.50

There is a 1 in 3.70 overall chance of winning a Prize on each Play of the Game. The Expected Prize Payout Percentage for this game is 62.00%.

By choosing "Continue" on the "Buy Instant Win Game" page a Player is committed to buying the Play, and the price of the Game will be deducted from his National Lottery Account.

Players acknowledge that this Game is a game of chance and that the outcome of a Play in the Game is pre-determined by the Interactive System at the point of purchase. Players also acknowledge that to win a Prize in the Game, the Player is not required to exercise any skill or judgement.

If a Player or a Prospective Player is playing the Try Game version of this Game they acknowledge that they are not buying a Play and, therefore, the Game Price is not relevant and there are no Prizes.

Play Style, Play Symbols and determining a Valid Winning Play for Cash Drop

A Play Number is given to each Play, and this can be found at the top right of the Game Play Window.

At the start of a Play the Player is presented with a representation of a 'coin drop' board (the 'Board'). At the top of the Board are three slots with a blue triangle arrow pointing towards each of the slots (the 'Slots'). At the bottom of the Board, are six prize pockets (the 'Pockets') each displaying a different prize amount. On the Board there are two circles displaying the words 'Double Prize Bonus!' (the 'Double Prize indicators').

At the left of the Game Play Window are the words 'GOES LEFT' and a number 8 on a rotator wheel (the 'Goes Left Indicator').

Underneath the Goes Left indicator are the game instructions: 'Choose a slot and drop a coin. 3 coins in the same prize pocket wins that amount. A Gold coin doubles the prize in a winning pocket.'

To start a Play the Player must click on one of the Slots. When the Player hovers over one of the Slots, a coin (the 'Coin') will appear within it and the blue arrow underneath that Slot will animate. When the player clicks on one of the Slots, the Coin will drop down and land in one of the Pockets at the bottom. At the same time the Goes Left Indicator will decrease by one. If the Coin that drops from that Slot is gold, the Double Prize Indicators will flash Gold on the board.

If the Player does not click on anything, the blue triangle arrows below the Slots will flash to prompt to the Player to choose his Slot.

If the Player collects 3 Coins in one of the Pockets, the Pocket will change colour to red and the prize amount will animate to indicate that the Player has won the associated prize for that Pocket. If one of those Coins is gold, the prize for that Pocket is doubled.

A Players Play ends when he has exhausted all of his goes and a message will appear to the middle of the Board indicating the total amount the Player has won, if anything, and instructing him to click finish to complete the Game.

The Player of a Play will, providing the requirements of the Rules and these Procedures are met, win a prize for that Pocket if they collect 3 Coins in one of the Pockets, or win double the prize for that Pocket if they collect 3 Coins in one of the Pockets, including one gold coin. Prize amounts and odds of winning are as detailed in the table below:

Prize Amounts and Odds
Prize Amount Approx. odds (1 in x)
£0.50 6
£1 30
£1 (£0.50 x 2) 30
£2 40
£4 (£2 x 2) 150
£10 300
£20 (£10 x 2) 592
£50 4,000
£100 (£50 x 2) 50,000
£500 500,000
£1,000 (£500 x 2) 1,500,000

Only one Prize Amount can be won per Play as detailed in the Prize Amounts and Odds table above.

In the event of any conflict between these Procedures and any other information issued by the Company in relation to this Game, these Procedures will take priority.

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There is no cost and no prize paid for try games.

Overall odds for winning a prize: 1 in 3.70

This Instant Win is a game of chance. The outcome of a play is decided at the point of purchase and your actions will not influence whether you win a prize.

Around 28% of total National Lottery revenue is expected to go to National Lottery Good Causes in the period up to March 2013.

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