A System ticket is different to a standard game ticket. Where a standard ticket lets you pick multiple lines of 6 or 7 numbers, a system ticket allows you an easy way to choose a combination of selections without filling out a large number of games. The name of a system entry generally dictates how many numbers that you will need to select. For example, a System 7 means that you choose seven numbers, a System 8 means eight numbers, and so on.
While you have System tickets that allow you to choose a larger than normal selection of numbers, you do also have System tickets that allow you to choose a smaller selection, while ensuring that the last number matches what is drawn. These System games are the 'Pick' games, where you pick four to six numbers, depending on the lottery you are playing, and ensuring the last number/s in the selection are matched with what is drawn.
While you are asked to only pick one line of numbers with a System game, your ticket will combine this selection to form multiple games and count as a much larger ticket. Our website will show you the equivalent size of the system ticket that you are purchasing. So this would mean that if you purchased a System 10 ticket for Oz Lotto, you would be asked to pick 10 numbers which would be equivalent to a 120 game ticket with every 7 number combination of the numbers you had picked.
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