Monday Lotto FAQ

When does the Monday Lotto draw take place? The Monday Lotto draw takes place every Monday night at 9:30 pm AEDT / 8:30 pm AEST.

Monday Lotto FAQ

Where can I watch the Monday Lotto draw? The Monday Lotto draw is broadcast on 7TWO every Monday night at 9:30 pm AEDT / 8:30 pm AEST.

What time do the Monday Lotto ticket sales close? The Monday Lotto ticket sales close one hour prior to the draw - Monday nights at 8:30 pm AEDT / 7:30 pm AEST.

How much does it cost to play Monday Lotto? A standard ticket for four games costs AUD $2.40.

Where do I buy Monday Lotto tickets? Monday Lotto tickets can be bought in-store - thelott.com/play/find-a-store, online - thelott.com/oz-lotto/play, and through their official “The Lott” app - thelott.com/play/app.

How old do I have to be to play Monday Lotto? You must be at least 18 years old.

Can I play Monday Lotto if I don’t live in Australia? Yes, you can by using an online concierge service.

How do I win Monday Lotto? To win the lowest Monday Lotto prize, you must match at least 1 winning number plus two supplementary numbers. There is a total of six prize divisions in Monday Lotto and here’s exactly how to win each of them:

What are the odds of winning a prize on Monday Lotto? The odds of winning a Division 6 prize with a single game are 1 in 144, while the odds of winning the First Division prize are 1 in 8,145,060. Here’s a breakdown of the odds of winning depending on the prize divisions:

Does the Monday Lotto prize roll over? No. In Monday Lotto, if the top prize of AUD $1 million is not won, it does not roll over to the next draw.

Is there a deadline for claiming Monday Lotto prizes? Each Australian state has a different deadline for claiming Monday Lotto prizes. It is best to check with your local lottery operator.

Will I have to pay taxes if I win a prize? Lottery prizes are awarded tax-free. However, if you reside outside of Australia, it is best to consult with a financial expert.

Where can I find Monday Lotto results if I missed the draw? The Monday Lotto results from previous draws can be found on their official website or right here at www.lottodraw.com.au!