Minimum play one line and maximum play ten lines

Main numbers (1-45)

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Oz Lotto

Overview: The Oz Lotto was launched in 1994 by Tatts and was Australia's first national Lottery. Administered by its lottery brand 'the Lott' in all Australian States with the exception of Western Australia, where the lottery is administered by Lotterywest.

Its popularity in Australia makes it a huge lottery and large rollovers can attract huge interest. In fact, so much so that it's largest ever jackpot was played by 1 in 3 adults in Australia. Oz Lotto currently holds the record for the largest Australian lotto jackpot prize

Originally, the game was the same as Saturday Lotto, requiring six numbers to be picked out of 45. However, starting 18 October 2005, a seventh number began to be drawn. However despite this Tatts will guarantee that Oz Lotto will always offer a minimum division one prize pool of $2 million (approximately £1.2 million)

The first draw was held on 26th February 1994

Countries that participate: Australia

Jackpots: The highest recorded was $111,972,151.04 on 6 November 2012. (approximately £62,939,546)



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How to Play Oz Lotto

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All bets on Oz Lotto (Au) cost just £1, First you need to deposit the minimum amount of £5 in your wallet, then you are ready to play.

There is no catch, but in order for us to be able to offer you the chance to win from the biggest jackpots for just £1, some smaller payouts will be retained, please read One Pound Lotto's prize structure below.

Simply select your draw date.

Select the desired number of lines.

Select your choice of seven numbers from 1- 45. Simple!

Each player can select their own numbers or use the Quick Pick (QP) numbers which will select a random line of numbers . Bets can be placed up until 15 mins prior to the selected draws.

Each Tuesday, 9 balls are drawn at random from 45 balls numbered 1 to 45. The first 7 balls are the winning numbers and the last 2 balls are the supplementary numbers. These supplementary numbers are used to determine prizes in Divisions 2, 4 and 7.

Setting up a recurring play:

If you wish to continue playing a certain draw every week, simply select the check box ”recurring “ below the “lucky pick” button. This will make your ticket repeat at every draw with your selected numbers This can continue for as long as you like and likewise can be cancelled at anytime with out question.

If there are insufficient funds in your player account (wallet) it will automatically stop.

How to win the Oz Lotto Jackpot

Any player that matches all seven main numbers, on Tuesday's Oz Lotto draw is entitled to their share of the top prize. In addition to the main jackpot prize, there are six other secondary prizes in every Oz Lotto draw!

Dream big!

Oz Lotto's jackpots regularly creep up $60 million and have risen to the huge sum of $111,972,151.04 on 6th November 2012 and there is always potential for an even higher jackpot than this. Four winners shared this record Division 1 prize pool, but it could be won by one individual. Play Oz Lotto and you could have a Bonza! Day.

Am I buying an official Oz Lotto Ticket?

Yes you are!'s prize structure

Jackpot Structure

Main Numbers Supplementary Match Odds of Winning Estimated Returns

7 0 1 in 45,379,620 $20,000,000
6 1 or 2 supplementary numbers 1 in 3,241,401 $51,395
6 0 1 in 180,078 $3,336
5 1 or 2 supplementary numbers 1 in 29,602 $335
5 0 1 in 3,430 $43.90
4 0 1 in 154 $22.75

What do I do if I win?

If your account has been verified simply proceed to your account and withdraw your winnings. If your account has not been verified you will first need to provide proof of your ID and proof of address. Each winner must be able to prove that they are above the legal age to play in the jurisdiction of their residence Once this has been confirmed you will be able to withdraw your winnings.

How are the prizes paid?

To avoid corruption all smaller winnings will be returned to the account where as anything over a £4K limit will be retained until we at OPL have made contact with the winning entrants. Winnings will not be paid otherwise

All winnings across all games will have to be claimed within 60 days

We do not believe in the practice of “annuity” (the payment of a large prizes over a fixed period of roughly 30years) as many other sites do. All of our prizes will be paid in full! to the winners nominated account, within 60 days of the winners being verified as a genuine winner by One Pound Lottery Ltd. However some of the official lotteries do practice annuity on their advertised jackpots. Hence we advertise our jackpots based on theirs. Currently the only lottery that we advertise that does this is the US Powerball. To find out more about how they work this out please read the US Powerball Annuity information.

Are my winnings tax free?

You will not be taxed on any winnings for this lottery.