How would you spend your share if you won in $20 Million Superdraw this Saturday? Would you tick a few destinations off your travel bucket list? Would you finally take that road trip around Australia, or fly off to see the Northern Lights or visit the Greek Islands? Or maybe you could finally buy the dream house you have always wanted? Or pay off the mortgage and travel – best of both worlds? The choice is only limited by your imagination… and a ticket in the Saturday Superdraw.
If you haven’t played before, or you’re unsure where to start – we’ve put together a guide to help answer your questions about Saturday Lotto Superdraw.
You can purchase a ticket in a Saturday Lotto $20 Million Superdraw from the Oz Lotteries website or from our free Oz Lotteries app. You can view the draws in advance by changing the draw date. Play at home or on the go, anytime, anywhere.
Superdraw is a special draw event for Saturday Lotto. It is usually held once every 2 months, but dates differ. Every $20 Million Superdraw is announced several weeks in advance, so you’ll have some notice to ensure you get your ticket and don’t miss out.
There are different ticket options available for you to increase your chances of winning.
A Syndicate is a group of people who pool their money together to play as many lotto entries as possible. When an entry played by the group wins, the prize is shared equally among all the members of the Syndicate. Players in a Syndicate get an instant increase in their chances of winning because each player boosts the total games, playing a more significant entry offering more games for less, with more chances to win! Oz Lotteries offers different commercial Syndicates you can join. We take care of dividing all costs and winnings among Syndicate members, all you need to do is sign up. You can choose a Superdraw Syndicate on the Oz Lotteries website.
Simply put, a System allows you to pick more than just the allowed 6 numbers for each lotto game. For instance, a “System 7” allows you to pick 7 numbers, while a “System 8” allows you to pick 8 numbers, and so on. The highest amount of numbers you can pick is 20 which is a “System 20”. In a System, your entry is equivalent to playing every possible 6-number combination from your selected numbers. For instance, if you played a System 8 (which has 28 possible combinations), your entry is equivalent to playing all 28 possible combinations of 6 numbers from your 8 selections. You can play a System entry from this Saturday’s $20,000,000 Superdraw by clicking here.
A Super Combo entry lets you enter number combinations than a standard game entry but does not cover all possible number combinations of a selected set of numbers like a Systems entry would. Each type of Super Combo has a different combinatorial design that will result in a different pattern of number combinations. You can choose a Superdraw Super Combo for this Saturday’s $20 Million Superdraw by clicking here.
Here’s what winning number combinations you need for Saturday $20,000,000 Superdraw:
|Division 1||6 winning numbers|
|Division 2||5 winning numbers + 1 supplementary|
|Division 3||5 winning numbers|
|Division 4||4 winning numbers|
|Division 5||3 winning numbers + 1 supplementary|
|Division 6||1 or 2 winning numbers + 2 supplementaries|
The Superdraw events are held on a Saturday, at the same time regular Saturday Lotto draws are. Superdraw entries close at 7:25pm AEST/8:25pm AEDT and the draw happens at 8:30pm AEST/9:30pm AEDT. Superdraw is broadcast on 7TWO channel, free to air TV. You can also live stream the draw online on the 7plus website.
All Oz Lotteries customers receive the latest draw results straight to their inbox. You can also check your ticket or search past draws on the Oz Lotteries website or app.