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  World-beating odds on jackpot prizes

  You could win £18.5 Million

  Based on the official Oz lottery

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PLAY Oz Saturday Lotto TO WIN

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Select 6 Numbers

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Select 6 Numbers

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Game Rules

Oz Saturday Lotto Bets are placed on the result of the relevant draw of the Australian “Saturday Lotto” lottery, which is a lottery operated by New South Wales Lotteries Corporation Pty Ltd (https://thelott.com) (“NSW”).

The player chooses six numbers from 1 to 45. The Player of a Bet picks six numbers accordingly.

Oz Lotto involves a random draw of six “Numbers” selected from 1 to 45 and a further random draw of two Supplementary (Sup) numbers selected from the remaining balls.

Draws are usually held every Saturday at 20:30 New South Wales time.

The cost will be displayed within the Number Picker page as you make your picks and the resulting ticket.

The deadline for placing a Bet for any particular draw is determined for each draw and will be posted on the Website.

There are 9 ways to win:

 

Prize Tier

Odds

Average Estimated Prize

Category 1

Match 6

8,145,060

$2,107,800.00

Category 2

Match 5 + 2

678,755

$12,991.00

Category 3

Match 5 + 1

678,455

$12,991.00

Category 4

Match 5

36,689

$1,104.00

Category 5

Match 4

733

$31.00

Category 6

Match 3 + 2

297

$22.00

Category 7

Match 3 + 1

297

$22.00

Category 8

Match 2 + 2

144

$13.00

Category 9

Match 1 + 2

144

$13.00

(Prizes stated are estimates if not noted as a fixed sum and are stated in Australian Dollars.)

Only one Prize Category can be won per Bet, which will be the highest of the available Prize Categories achieved by that Bet.

The Winnings payable in respect of each Winning Bet in Prize Categories 2 to 6 shall be the amount of the Pay Out announced by NSW in respect of a Lotto winning ticket in the respective Prize Category.

The Winnings payable in respect of each Winning Bet in Prize Category 1 will depend on (a) the number of NSW winning tickets in that Prize Category plus the number of Network Winning Bets in the relevant Prize Category (“WINNERS”), and (b) the aggregate Pay Out by NSW in the relevant Prize Category (“FUND”). The Winnings will then be calculated as FUND divided by WINNERS thus:

             FUND

_________________

          WINNERS

Network refers to each of the different gaming websites worldwide offering this game powered by the Lot.to brand.

If NSW has not announced a Pay Out for Category 1 for the relevant draw, the Pay Out payable in respect of each Winning Bet in Category 1 will be calculated on the basis of the official advertised Jackpot amount for that Lotto Draw or the official reported Category 1 prize pool (if any) – the latter taking precedence.

Pay Outs in any particular Prize Category other than the jackpot are calculated on the basis of the amount of aggregate stakes published by NSW as well as the distribution to that Prize Category or on the basis of the value published by NSW for that Prize Category of the relevant draw of the underlying lottery.

In the event of conflict between language translations English shall take precedence.

 

Prize Payouts

No other lotto pays out this much with such great odds. It's 4.5 times easier to win the jackpot compared to UK Lotto. The top prize kicks off around AU$4 Million and doubles to AU$8  Million in the next draw when it’s not won. The 6 annual special draws pay out AU$20 Million and the Christmas draw is worth a guaranteed AU$30 Million.

 

Prize Tier

Odds

Average Estimated Prize

Category 1

Match 6

8,145,060

$2,107,800.00

Category 2

Match 5 + 2

678,755

$12,991.00

Category 3

Match 5 + 1

678,455

$12,991.00

Category 4

Match 5

36,689

$1,104.00

Category 5

Match 4

733

$31.00

Category 6

Match 3 + 2

297

$22.00

Category 7

Match 3 + 1

297

$22.00

Category 8

Match 2 + 2

144

$13.00

Category 9

Match 1 + 2

144

$13.00

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Oz Saturday Lotto Logo More about Oz Saturday Lotto

I’m going to take a Kangaroo-like leap of faith and guess that you’ve never played Saturday Lotto. This game is actually the oldest of 4 national lottery games in Oz, and it pays as much as AU$20 Million in every draw. It’s a good bet for jackpot wins too, thanks to the super-lucky 6/45 format, and Australians wouldn’t give a duck-billed platypus for anything else.

Oz Saturday is operated by New South Wales Lotteries Corporation Pty Ltd. Draws take place every Saturday at 20:30 AEST.

Why should I play:

  • 4.5 times easier to win the jackpot than with UK Lotto
  • You can win AU$20 Million
  • You won't find bigger prizes with better odds

For more information, use the buttons below or check out the FAQs.

Frequently Asked Oz Saturday Lotto Questions

  • Why should I play Oz Saturday Lotto?
    Oz Saturday Lotto is one of the luckiest lotteries in the world, with no other lotto offering jackpot odds this good. It’s almost 25 times easier to win than USA Powerball. There’s also regular superdraws – up to 6 times each year – including the AU$31 Million Christmas special draw.
  • How do I play Oz Saturday Lotto?

    Choose 6 numbers between 1 and 45. Match all 6 numbers to win the jackpot. To win a cash prize you need to match 1 main number and 2 Bonus Balls, which are drawn from the same machine. 

  • What are the most common numbers in the Oz Saturday Lotto results?
    • The most commonly drawn number on the Oz Saturday Lotto game is 33, which has been seen 127 times.
    • The number with the second biggest number of appearances in the Oz Saturday Lotto results is 2, with 121 occurrences. 
    • The least drawn number drawn on the Oz Saturday Lotto draw is 10, which has only been seen 79 times.
    • The most common lottery number pairing on the Oz Saturday Lotto lottery is 32+40, which have come out together 43 times. 
  • What is the history of the Oz Saturday Lotto game?
    • Launched in 1972 by the State of Victoria, the first Oz Saturday Lotto draw took place in Melbourne.
    • The Oz Saturday Lotto game was later handed over to the Tattersalls Company, which turned it into a nationwide game in the 1990s. 
    • Oz Saturday Lotto draws were the first in Australian lotteries that allowed players to pick their own numbers.
    • Originally, numbers were selected from 1 to 40. This was increased to 45 in 1985, although the Oz Saturday Lotto lottery remains one of the luckiest official national lottery games in the world. 
  • Can you tell me some fun facts about Oz Saturday Lotto?
    • With its 6/45 format, the Oz Saturday Lotto game is one of the luckiest official national lotteries in the world. 
    • Special draws are held every year called on the Oz Saturday Lotto lottery. These  Superdraw and Megadraw games offer much larger jackpots.
    • In April 2018, a record 12 players shared the Oz Saturday Lotto jackpot.
    • It may not be the biggest official national lottery game in Australia, but Oz Saturday Lotto is the oldest of the current big four nationwide lotto games. 
  • Where can I find the official Oz Saturday Lotto results?

    You can find the official national lottery results for Oz Saturday Lotto on the Celeblotto results page after every draw. 

Oz Saturday Lotto News

Game Rules

Oz Saturday Lotto Bets are placed on the result of the relevant draw of the Australian “Saturday Lotto” lottery, which is a lottery operated by New South Wales Lotteries Corporation Pty Ltd (https://thelott.com) (“NSW”).

The player chooses six numbers from 1 to 45. The Player of a Bet picks six numbers accordingly.

Oz Lotto involves a random draw of six “Numbers” selected from 1 to 45 and a further random draw of two Supplementary (Sup) numbers selected from the remaining balls.

Draws are usually held every Saturday at 20:30 New South Wales time.

The cost will be displayed within the Number Picker page as you make your picks and the resulting ticket.

The deadline for placing a Bet for any particular draw is determined for each draw and will be posted on the Website.

There are 9 ways to win:

 

Prize Tier

Odds

Average Estimated Prize

Category 1

Match 6

8,145,060

$2,107,800.00

Category 2

Match 5 + 2

678,755

$12,991.00

Category 3

Match 5 + 1

678,455

$12,991.00

Category 4

Match 5

36,689

$1,104.00

Category 5

Match 4

733

$31.00

Category 6

Match 3 + 2

297

$22.00

Category 7

Match 3 + 1

297

$22.00

Category 8

Match 2 + 2

144

$13.00

Category 9

Match 1 + 2

144

$13.00

(Prizes stated are estimates if not noted as a fixed sum and are stated in Australian Dollars.)

Only one Prize Category can be won per Bet, which will be the highest of the available Prize Categories achieved by that Bet.

The Winnings payable in respect of each Winning Bet in Prize Categories 2 to 6 shall be the amount of the Pay Out announced by NSW in respect of a Lotto winning ticket in the respective Prize Category.

The Winnings payable in respect of each Winning Bet in Prize Category 1 will depend on (a) the number of NSW winning tickets in that Prize Category plus the number of Network Winning Bets in the relevant Prize Category (“WINNERS”), and (b) the aggregate Pay Out by NSW in the relevant Prize Category (“FUND”). The Winnings will then be calculated as FUND divided by WINNERS thus:

             FUND

_________________

          WINNERS

Network refers to each of the different gaming websites worldwide offering this game powered by the Lot.to brand.

If NSW has not announced a Pay Out for Category 1 for the relevant draw, the Pay Out payable in respect of each Winning Bet in Category 1 will be calculated on the basis of the official advertised Jackpot amount for that Lotto Draw or the official reported Category 1 prize pool (if any) – the latter taking precedence.

Pay Outs in any particular Prize Category other than the jackpot are calculated on the basis of the amount of aggregate stakes published by NSW as well as the distribution to that Prize Category or on the basis of the value published by NSW for that Prize Category of the relevant draw of the underlying lottery.

In the event of conflict between language translations English shall take precedence.

 

Prize Payouts

No other lotto pays out this much with such great odds. It's 4.5 times easier to win the jackpot compared to UK Lotto. The top prize kicks off around AU$4 Million and doubles to AU$8  Million in the next draw when it’s not won. The 6 annual special draws pay out AU$20 Million and the Christmas draw is worth a guaranteed AU$30 Million.

 

Prize Tier

Odds

Average Estimated Prize

Category 1

Match 6

8,145,060

$2,107,800.00

Category 2

Match 5 + 2

678,755

$12,991.00

Category 3

Match 5 + 1

678,455

$12,991.00

Category 4

Match 5

36,689

$1,104.00

Category 5

Match 4

733

$31.00

Category 6

Match 3 + 2

297

$22.00

Category 7

Match 3 + 1

297

$22.00

Category 8

Match 2 + 2

144

$13.00

Category 9

Match 1 + 2

144

$13.00

Terms of Play