Tattslotto draw 4059

Find out Tattslotto draw 4059 winning numbers and results for .
Winning numbers:
17 3 29 32 34 38
Supplementary numbers:
28 12

TattsLotto ticket check:

Tattslotto draw 4059 winners
Combination Prize Winners Odds
6 mains $1,223,690 4 1 in 8,145,060
5 mains + 1 sup $9,535 65 1 in 678,755
5 mains $1,091 1,226 1 in 36,689
4 mains $35 58,193 1 in 733
3 mains + 1 sup $23 150,187 1 in 297
1 or 2 mains + 2 sups $11 356,139 1 in 144
Draw statistics:
Total winners: 565,814 Total prizes: $16,310,620

Draw video

Good evening everyone, Liz Cantor here and welcome to tonight's Saturday lotto draw 4059 results. The total division one prize pool for tonight is over $4 million. And here with me are our draw officials and government supervisor. To win tonight's division one prize your six numbers need to match the six winning numbers in tonight's draw and the first numbers in this evening's draw are 17 and number 3. Last week Saturday lotto made up four new millionaires across Australia. Congratulations to those lucky players. Third ball down tonight is number 29 and it's closely followed by number 32. Get excited as next Saturday is lotto's $20 million super draw Saturday. It's the game that makes the most millionaires. So don't forget to grab a super draw entry. 34 was next, here is 38. Let's recap tonight's winning numbers and they are: 17, 3, 29, 32, 34, 38. Our first supplementary tonight is number 28 and the second supplementary is number 12. You can also check your entry in store online or on the app. Congratulations to all of our Saturday lotto winners and enjoy the rest of your evening. Have a very good night.

Tattslotto statistics:
The biggest jackpot: $7,333,333. Frequency of jackpots winning: 1.01. Last jackpot: $1,536,278 was won on a draw #4065 (2020-07-04).

TattsLotto is Australia’s weekly lottery game taking place every Saturday evening. Offering a First Division prize of AU$4 million, TattsLotto gives people the chance to become millionaires! Sometimes their grand prize can even reach up to AU$30 million.

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