What Is the Tuesday Lotto?
Tuesday Lotto is based on Oz Lotto, Australia’s oldest nationwide lottery. The first ever Oz Lotto draw was held back in February 1994. It is also famous for having Australia’s largest ever jackpot to date. Find articles about the Tue Lotto in our Tuesday Lotto Magazine.
|Draw Day||Draw Time||Jackpot Minimum||Prize Divisions||Cost per Game|
When Is the Oz Lotto Draw?
The official Oz Lotto draw takes place every Tuesday night at 8:30PM AEST / 9:30PM AEDT. Oz Lotto draws are broadcasted live on TV on channel 7TWO. Check your local TV guide for telecast times on 7TWO to watch OZ Lotto draws on Tuesday nights.
Where Can I Find the Oz Lotto Results & Winning Numbers?
You can find the latest as well as previous Oz Lotto Draw Results and Winning Numbers on our Tue Lotto Results page.
Who Can Play the Tuesday Lotto?
Players from Australia (excluding South Australia) can play the Tuesday Lotto at Lottoland.com.au. No matter if you are in NSW, VIC, QLD, WA, ACT, NT or TAS, the rules and results are the same. All Lottoland players must be 18 years of age or older.
How Do I Bet on Oz Lotto?
- Pick seven numbers from a number range of 1 to 45.
- Nine balls in total drawn in the official Oz Lotto draw – seven numbers plus two supplementary numbers.
- Match all seven regular numbers to hit the jackpot.
- Additional prizes are awarded for winning combinations of regular and/or supplementary numbers.
How Much Does It Cost to Bet on Oz Lotto?
Tuesday lotto costs $1.20 per standard game. There are no minimum games required for the Tuesday Lotto. You can play one or more games.
How Much Do Tuesday System Bets Cost?
|System Bet||Equivalent Standard Games||Cost|
How Do I Bet on Oz Lotto with System Bets?
To bet with a system entry just keep clicking on more numbers in a game field. Once you go over the standard seven you will be automatically asked if you wish to place a system bet.
Remember, system bets cost more but, by allowing you to enter more numbers in various combinations, they also give you more chances to win.
How Much Can I Win Playing the Tuesday Lotto?
The jackpot starts at a guaranteed minimum of $2 million and can increase to over $50 million.
What Are the Oz Lotto Prize Divisions?
In addition to having Australia’s biggest jackpots the Oz Lotto gives you a total of seven different prize divisions, one of the most of any major Australian lottery.
|Oz Lotto Prize Division||Oz Lotto Winning Combinations|
|Division 1||7 Winning Numbers|
|Division 2||6 Winning Numbers + 1 Supplementary Number|
|Division 3||6 Winning Numbers|
|Division 4||5 Winning Numbers + 1 Supplementary Number|
|Division 5||5 Winning Numbers|
|Division 6||4 Winning Numbers|
|Division 7||3 Winning Numbers + 1 Supplementary Number|
How Do I Fill in My Tuesday Ticket at Lottoland®?
Your Tuesday ticket is arranged just like a regular paper lottery ticket with a number grid corresponding to the numbers you wish to pick. Simply click on a number to select it.
If you wish to play a quicky simply click the +1 button for a random number selection.
Lottoland® also gives you additional Duration and Participation options where you can set which draws you wish to take part in, along with Subscription mode to autoplay your games. See the main href=/tuelotto>Tuesday Lotto page for more information.
What Is the Biggest Oz Lotto Jackpot of All Time?
The Oz Lotto currently holds the record for the biggest Australian lottery jackpot of all time, $111.9 million for the draw on November 6th, 2012.
What Are the Odds of Winning the Oz Lotto?
While the jackpot odds are high compared to other Australian lotteries it’s important to remember that these odds correspond to the high jackpots you can win. The below table gives you a full breakdown of the Oz Lotto’s prize and division odds:
|Oz Lotto Prize Division||Oz Lotto Odds (based on one game)|
|Division 1||1 : 45,379,620|
|Division 2||1 : 3,241,401|
|Division 3||1 : 180,078|
|Division 4||1 : 29,602|
|Division 5||1 : 3,430|
|Division 6||1 : 154|
|Division 7||1 : 87|
|Any Prize||1 : 55|
How Can I Increase My Chances of Winning the Tuesday Lotto?
From a mathematical standpoint your odds increase the more you play. So regular playing will increase the probability of a win dramatically. Some players opt to play with lucky dips as it ensures that the numbers picked are fully random, just like the draw itself. Another great way to increase your chances is to choose more than the standard numbers via a system entry or Combo Bet. By increasing the amount of numbers you play, in multiple combinations, you can increase your chances of winning a prize exponentially.
How Do I Get My Tuesday Lotto Winnings?
As a Lottoland® player you will be automatically informed of results and any winnings will be credited to the balance of your Lottoland® user account automatically. You then have the option of using these winnings to play more games, or you can withdraw the money to your bank account.
Please note that all new Lottoland® players must first verify their identity before any withdrawals can be made due to Australian Federal Government Anti-Money Laundering legislation. Refer to our help section to find more information about how to verify your identity.
Do I Pay Tax on Winnings?
Generally there is no tax to pay on lottery winnings in Australia, but players are advised to check with the local tax authorities in the case of any win.
Why Should I Bet on Oz Lotto Online at Lottoland®?
Betting on Oz Lotto at Lottoland® gives you a lot more convenience, security and flexibility when compared with playing offline.
- You can play the Tuesday Lotto from the comfort of your own home or on the move via mobile.
- After you play the draw results will be sent to you and any winnings will be automatically credited to your account.
- No more worrying about losing a winning ticket since everything takes place in the same secure, digital environment.
Lottoland® also gives lottery lovers more options and bonus features than anyone else. Choose how and when you wish to play by setting your Subscription and Participation options. This will allow you to bet on lotteries in advance.
What Is a Subscription?
Subscriptions remove the hassle of buying repeat games and the fear of missing out on that big jackpot win. Our Subscription feature allows you to set up a running bet or bets on a given lottery draw. The subscription is open ended and will run for as long as you want it too. You can opt out at any time and cancel the subscription in your player account.
Please find more information here: How to cancel a subscription
What Is the DoubleJackpot Feature?
The DoubleJackpot feature allows you to go for twice the official lottery jackpot. So, for instance, if the official Oz Lotto jackpot is $10 million and you bet on the outcome with us and activate the DoubleJackpot feature, you will go for a jackpot of $20 million. The prizes for all other divisions will remain the same.
You will pay double the price of your normal game to activate the DoubleJackpot feature. For more information about this feature please refer to Double Jackpot Explained.
What Is the NumberShield Feature?
Don't want to share the jackpot with other winners? Our special NumberShield feature allows you to protect your numbers in the event of a jackpot win. If you activate this feature you will win the entire jackpot in division 1, even if other players chose the same numbers. Only one player can select the NumberShield feature for a specific set of numbers. If another player has already shielded a specific set of numbers no other player will be able to shield the same numbers for the respective draw.
NumberShield can be chosen for a particular game field or complete ticket and will occur an additional cost added to the ticket price. NumberShield and DoubleJackpot cannot be selected on the same ticket. NumberShield and DoubleJackpot cannot be selected on the same ticket. For more information see our article Never share a jackpot.
What Does "Participation: When Jackpot Is" Mean?
This option allows you to only participate when the Oz Lotto jackpot is a set amount or higher. So if you choose $7 million, you will only bet on the draw when the jackpot is at a minimum of $7 million.