For the first time ever, there are some exciting changes coming to Oz Lotto in May 2022!
Introduced in 1994, Oz Lotto was Australia’s first national lotto game, and has remained popular thanks to its large jackpots. The largest Oz Lotto jackpot to date was $100,000,000 in December 2013, where 1 in 3 Australian adults purchased a ticket.
In Oz Lotto there is a single barrel of now 47 balls numbered from 1 to 47.
10 balls are drawn at random from the single barrel. The first 7 balls are the winning numbers and the final 3 balls are the supplementary numbers. These supplementary numbers are used to determine prizes in Divisions 2, 4 6 and 7.
Where can I play Oz Lotto?
You can play Oz Lotto here.
How do I win?
To win Division 1 prize, you need to match your 7 chosen numbers in a single game with the 7 winning numbers from the draw.
Winning combinations for each division are shown below. Please note, for each game only the highest division will be paid out.
|Oz Lotto Prize Division Table|
|Division||Winning Numbers||Supplementary Numbers||Odds (1 in ...)||Average Divisional Prize|
What updates have been made to Oz Lotto?
Bigger Jackpots: The new game structure will improve the chance of the game delivering large jackpot events.
Increased Base Week: Base week is going up an additional $1M! The starting offer will increase from $2M to $3M.
More Winners in Every Draw: The chance of winning any prize will improve from 1 in 55 to 1 in 51, meaning more winners more often!
Change to Matrix: There will be 7 winning numbers drawn from a barrel of 47 balls, instead of a barrel of 45 balls.
Additional Supplementary Numbers: An additional supplementary number will be drawn, increasing from 2 to 3. This creates more winning combinations and improves the chance of winning any prize.
Game Odds: The chances of winning a Division 1 prize will change from 1 in 45,379,620 to 1 in 62,891,499.
When do entries close?
Oz Lotto entries close every Tuesday at 7:25 PM AEST (8:25 PM AEDT).
What time is Oz Lotto drawn?
Oz Lotto is drawn every Tuesday at 8:30 PM AEST (9:30 PM AEDT).
How can I check results?
Details of your results are emailed to you following the draw.
You can also navigate to the Oz Lotto results page for a full breakdown of divisions.
How can I watch the draw?
Oz Lotto is broadcast on Channel 7 or 7TWO (and affiliated regional stations) at approximately 8:30pm AEST (9:30pm AEDT) every Tuesday. You can also live stream the draw online on the 7plus website.
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