How do you win Lotto NZ?

How many numbers do you need to win lotto?

Under current rules, which were updated in November 2020, you match all six numbers, then you win the jackpot. Easy. You can also win some cash by matching two, three, four, and five of the six numbers.

Is 3 numbers a win in Lotto NZ?

There are seven Lotto Prize Divisions. … To win Division 1 you need to match all six winning Lotto numbers on a single line of your ticket. Division 7 is the easiest division to win. To win you need to match any three of the winning Lotto numbers on a single line of your ticket.

Do you get anything on the lottery for 2 numbers?

If You Match Two Numbers, Here’s What You Win

If you match two white Powerball numbers, then unfortunately you won’t walk away with any money, according to Powerball’s rules.

Which Lotto is easiest to win?

The easiest lotto to win by prize is the France Lotto (or Loto as it’s known) which gives you a one in six chance of winning a prize.

The Easiest Lottery By Prize.

Odds of Winning Any Prize
French Lotto 1 in 6
Spanish Lotto 1 in 10
UK Lotto 1 in 9.3
Austrian Lotto 1 in 12
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What are supplementary numbers in Lotto?

How does Saturday Lotto work? Every Saturday, 8 balls are drawn at random from a barrel of 45 balls, numbered 1 to 45. The first 6 balls drawn from the barrel are the winning numbers and the final 2 balls are the supplementary numbers. These supplementary numbers are used to determine prizes in Divisions 2 and 5.

How does winning Lotto work?

For you to win the Lotto Jackpot, all the six numbers must match the numbers drawn in any order. The other prize divisions range from 2 numbers with a bonus ball until 5 correct numbers with a bonus ball. The more your selected numbers match with the numbers drawn, the higher the prize.

What is the biggest Lotto win in NZ?

Records. The largest prize won by a single ticket was $44,066,667, in the Powerball draw of 9 November 2016 (draw 1593). The winning ticket was sold at Dairy Flat Food Mart in Auckland. The prize was made up of $44,000,000 in Powerball and $66,667 in Lotto.