Frequently Asked Questions
Oz Lotteries makes it easy to play lotto online.
From the homepage: Click the game tiles to choose the game you want to play.
From anywhere on the site: Click "Buy Lotto Tickets" at the top of the page and choose the game you want to play.
Follow the steps for ticket creation, create or log in to your account, and complete the checkout process. After the draw, you will receive an email or app notification of the results.
Oz Lotteries will automatically deposit any winning funds into your Oz Lotteries account in accordance with the process outlined below. From there, you can request a withdrawal of funds by cheque or by direct deposit in to your bank account.
Your ID must be verified prior to any prize payment.
Please note: If you require funds to be transferred to a bank account outside of Australia, the minimum amount that can be transferred is AUD$100.00.
Official draw results are usually provided to within 12 hours (up to 48 hours for The Pools) of the draw taking place. Any prizes won will be displayed in your account on the day following the relevant draw.
Funds will be available for withdrawal/payment or use for further purchases as follows:
- Division 1 prizes will be paid to you within 24 days after the draw date.
- Division 2 prizes will be paid to you within 8 days after the draw date.
- Minor division prizes will be available for withdrawal from your account on the day following the draw.
We only support tickets purchased online from OzLotteries.com. For questions relating to paper tickets purchased in store, please check the back of your ticket for contact details, or contact the lottery provider in your state.
New South Wales: 131 868 or 02 9752 5500
Victoria, Tasmania, and Northern Territory: 131 868 or 03 8517 7777
South Australia: 131 868 or 08 8354 7375
Queensland: 131 868 or 07 3877 1000
Western Australia: 08 8208 4100
International: +61 7 3877 1000
Systems & Super Combos
A System entry allows you to select more than the standard 6 numbers. For example, a System 7 entry allows you to pick 7 numbers and a System 8 entry allows you to pick 8 numbers and so on. The highest amount of numbers you can pick is 20 which is a System 20 entry.
The benefit of playing a System entry is that it is equivalent to playing every possible combination of 6 numbers. For example, a System 8 entry is equivalent to all 28 possible combinations of 6 numbers from your 8 selections.
A syndicate is also known as group play. Joining a syndicate allows you to share in the purchase of a lotto ticket by sharing the cost between the members of a group. If the syndicate ticket wins a prize, the total winnings will be divided equally among the members of the group.
Oz Lotteries syndicates are open to all members of the public.
Oz Lotteries is the organiser and ensures that when all shares are sold, a new syndicate is created for additional interested participants. This is a great option for people who wish to join a syndicate without the hassle of organising and/or inviting friends.
Manual Top-Up – your AutoPlay tickets will be continue purchased into each draw until your balance is empty. We will advise you by email when your balance becomes too low to purchase further tickets.
Default Payment Method – your AutoPlay tickets will be purchased by the saved Default Payment Method selected in your account, even if you have funds in your Oz Lotteries account.
Auto Top-Up – Tickets will be purchased with your account balance until it becomes too low. Then your Default Payment Method will be charged for future AutoPlay tickets, until your account balance increases.
You can set up an Oz Lotteries account at several points on the site:
Yes, Oz Lotteries now accepts PayPal for deposits and withdrawals.
PayPal is only available for Australian citizens. Only one PayPal account may be associated with an Oz Lotteries account — this means you are not permitted to use different accounts to deposit into one Oz Lotteries account. For fraud protection reasons, members that use PayPal for deposits must withdraw the same amount (as they’ve deposited) via PayPal until they can utilise other withdrawal methods (bank transfer, cheque). E.g. If you deposit AUD$10.00 using PayPal, your must first withdraw AUD$10.00 via PayPal.
You can make a deposit with PayPal at two points on the site:
- Click "Deposit Funds" in your Oz Lotteries account
- Follow the ticket creation process and make your deposit during checkout
To ensure funds transfers are processed in a timely manner, all deposits must be made through the Oz Lotteries site. DO NOT send money via email as the funds may not be transferred immediately into your Oz Lotteries account.
You can withdraw funds with PayPal by clicking "Withdraw Funds" in your Oz Lotteries account.
You must be at least 18 years of age to register an Oz Lotteries account. However, if the legal gambling age in your country of citizenship is higher than 18, you must abide by those rules.
It is a requirement of membership that all members verify their identity with Oz Lotteries when requested. If a member is not able to verify their identity and age, their account will be suspended and any outstanding funds will be held in trust until the member is able to comply with our identity verification request.
Click "Deposit Funds" in your Oz Lotteries account.
You can deposit funds from your credit card, direct deposit, or PayPal (Australian residents only). Any financial transactions you make on this site are between yourself and TMS Global Services Pty. Ltd. (ABN 22 089 771 835) who is the owner and operator of Oz Lotteries. The deposit will appear as OZLOTTERIES (or similar) on your bank statement.
If you choose to deposit funds from your bank account, you need to arrange a transfer through internet banking (or at a branch) after you have completed the "Deposit Funds" process on the site.
Funds deposited to your account from a credit card cannot then be transferred to a bank account. If you choose to withdraw these funds without making a purchase, they will be transferred back to the same card from which they were debited.
The minimum deposit amount for credit card, direct deposit or PayPal is AUD$5.
Deposits should be made in $5 increments (Eg. $10, $15, $20 etc).
In order to streamline the purchasing process we have incorporated the deposit funds function into our checkout.
If your account has insufficient funds for a pending purchase you will be required to deposit additional funds via credit card or PayPal, where the minimum deposit is $5.
Any funds remaining in a customer account after a deposit is made and pending purchase processed are available for future purchases and withdrawals.
ID verification is a process put in place by Oz Lotteries in order to verify its members identities, including their age and state of residence, to protect against fraud and to ensure that members receive their winnings.
Members are required to complete and return an ID verification form with a copy of valid identification and a document that contains your residential address (if not included on your provided ID).
Accepted ID documents are copies of official identity documents, these include:
- Driver’s Licence
- Proof of Age Card
- National Identity Card
Documents such as utility bills are also accepted to verify your residential address, if it is not included on your photo ID.
Customers can return their completed ID verification form and a copy of valid ID via the following methods:
02 9906 3202
+61 2 9906 3202
Scan & Email:
TMS Global Services Pty Ltd
GPO Box 2937
Oz Lotteries Apps
Oz Lotteries is owned and operated by Jumbo Interactive Ltd, an ASX Listed company (ASX:JIN).
Oz Lotteries runs under strict government supervision and is an accredited sales agent of NSW Lotteries, Tatts and SA Lotteries. In addition, we are an accredited retailer of several Australian charity lotteries.
Based in Brisbane, we've been selling licensed lottery products for more than 20 years and have serviced more than 2 million customers via our website and mobile apps.
There are additional costs for purchasing lottery products from Oz Lotteries compared to buying from a newsagency.
The additional charges cover, amongst other things, the cost of providing a secure internet-based system, and are approved under the regulatory framework that governs the sale of lotteries in the jurisdictions Oz Lotteries is accredited in.