Lucky Lotteries (Super Jackpot)
The beauty of Lucky Lotteries is that there is no guessing numbers that are drawn from a barrel. It’s actually very much like a traditional raffle where a ticket has an individual number. The big bonus with this system is that if you win, you don’t have to share the prize (including the jackpot), because individual prizes are won by individual ticket numbers. The minimum jackpot prize for the Super Jackpot Lucky Lottery is $500,000, but it rolls over if not won so often grows to millions.
How to Play
In order to win the Lucky Lotteries Super Jackpot a ‘jackpot’ ticket number is drawn from the full set of ticket numbers in the game. If the ticket number has already won a cash prize in the draw, then it wins the jackpot. If the ticket number hasn’t won a cash prize, then the jackpot increases for the next draw. In total, there are over 10 prize divisions where players can win anything from free tickets to $100,000 first prize.
The lottery is drawn when all ticket numbers have been allocated. Since there are 11 weeks worth of lotteries on sale at any given point, the timing of a lottery can be difficult to predict. For example, if next weeks draw is fully sold but this weeks isn’t, then next weeks draw will take place first and this weeks draw will have to be fully sold before it’s drawn. It’s also worth noting that you can’t choose your ticket number. This is because they are allocated randomly. Although if you buy up to 5 tickets you can choose to have the numbers be sequential.
Winnings on Australian lotteries are tax-free.
Odds of Winning
Odds of winning a prize are 1 in 24, and the odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 270,000.
You can play Lucky Lotteries at www.ozlotteries.com.au