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How to Play the Oz Lotto Lottery:

There are no bonus numbers required in the Oz Lotto games, which makes it simple for you to place your entries.  Players are required to choose a total of seven numbers from a possible 45 and once that’s done and dusted, all that you have to do is make sure that your entries are placed on time. 

By matching all of the numbers which have been drawn perfectly, you will find yourself walking away a jackpot winner and a whole lot richer! 

Rollover Information and Jackpot Prizing:

The Australian Lotto has a guaranteed jackpot minimum of AUD$2 million.  If there are no players who manage to score a first prize tier win, the jackpot may roll over as many as 25 times - easy resulting in the main prize reaching nine-digit totals! 

Here is what you need to match in one game to win a prize ...

Division 1: All 7 main winning numbers
Division 2: Any 6 main winning numbers and either supplementary number
Division 3: Any 6 main winning numbers
Division 4: Any 5 main winning numbers and either supplementary number
Division 5: Any 5 main winning numbers
Division 6: Any 4 main winning numbers
Division 7: Any 3 main winning numbers and either supplementary number

After the 25th consecutive rollover, if the jackpot prize has still been unclaimed, the top tier will forfeit the potential winnings.  This will then be automatically rolled down to the second prize tier, where it will be divided amongst the players who were lucky enough to become runner ups.  The highest jackpot prize ever won in this lottery was a whopping AUD$111, 972, 151 in November of 2012. 

When to Play the Oz Lotto:

The Oz Lotto takes place once a week: coming up every Tuesday at 20h30 AEST. 

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