When does the Tattslotto draw take place? The Tattslotto (also known as Saturday Lotto) draw takes place every Saturday night at 8:30 pm AEDT / 7:30 pm AEST.
Where can I watch the Tattslotto draw? The Tattslotto draw is broadcast on 7TWO every Saturday night at 8:30 pm AEDT / 7:30 pm AEST.
What time do the Tattslotto ticket sales close? The Tattslotto ticket sales close Saturday nights at 8:30 pm AEDT / 7:30 pm AEST. Do keep in mind if you are buying your ticket online, ticket sales may close a few hours earlier.
How much does it cost to play Tattslotto? A standard ticket for four games costs AUD $2.85.
Where do I buy Tattslotto tickets? Tattslotto tickets can be bought in-store - thelott.com/play/find-a-store, online - thelott.com/tattslotto/play, and through the official “The Lott” app - thelott.com/play/app.
How old do I have to be to play Tattslotto? You must be at least 18 years old.
Can I play Tattslotto if I don’t live in Australia? Yes, you can by using an online concierge service.
How do I win Tattslotto? To win the lowest Tattslotto prize, you must match at least one or two winning numbers plus two supplementary numbers. There is a total of six prize divisions in Tattslotto and here’s exactly how to win each of them:
- Division 1 - Match all six winning numbers
- Division 2 - Match five winning numbers plus one supplementary number
- Division 3 - Match five winning numbers
- Division 4 - Match four winning numbers
- Division 5 - Match three winning numbers plus one supplementary number
- Division 6 - Match one or two winning numbers plus two supplementary numbers
What is a Tattslotto Superdraw/Megadraw? Tattslotto hosts special draws a few times a year called Superdraws/Megadraws. These draws can increase the Division 1 prize to anywhere between AUD $18 million and AUD $30 million.
What are the odds of winning a prize on Tattslotto? 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:
- Division 1 - 1 in 8,145,060
- Division 2 - 1 in 678,755
- Division 3 - 1 in 36,689
- Division 4 - 1 in 733
- Division 5 - 1 in 297
- Division 6 - 1 in 144
Does the Tattslotto First Division prize rollover? Yes. If no players win the First Division prize, it does roll over. However, it rarely happens that there is no First Division winner.
Is there a deadline for claiming Tattslotto prizes? Each Australian state has a different deadline for claiming Tattslotto 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 Tattslotto results if I missed the draw? The Tattslotto results from previous draws can be found on their official website or right here at www.lottodraw.com.au!