What is Lotto bullseye?

The aim of the game is to get as close as you can to the winning Bullseye number. There is a Bullseye draw every day at 6pm. All you need to do is pick any six-digit number and the closer that number is to the winning six-digit Bullseye number drawn, the more you could win!

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What time is Bullseye draw?

at 6pm, The closer your number is to the draw, the more you could win and if your number exactly matches the winning number, you ve hit the Bullseye! Bullseye is drawn at 6pm daily, with results available from 7pm at MyLotto.co.nz or from Lotto outlets nationwide

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How much does bullseye cost?

An inner bullseye (sometimes referred to as a "double bullseye" in amateur play) is a smaller, inner circle and counts for 50 points while an outer bull is worth 25 points. Two treble 20s when combined with an inner bullseye is worth 170 points in darts which is the highest possible checkout.

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What are the chances of winning Lotto in NZ

The odds of any one six-number line winning first division is about one in 3.8 million. That includes Wednesday`s winning sequence, which Lotto says has not been drawn before. The odds of getting the six-number line, plus the Powerball number, to win Powerball is about one in 38 million

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What time is the Lotto draw tonight NZ?

Lotto is drawn at approximately 8.20pm every Wednesday and at 8pm every Saturday. The draw is broadcast live on TV1 and will also be available on TVNZ OnDemand shortly afterwards

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How does Lotto work NZ?

The aim of the games is to match the numbers on a line of your ticket to the winning numbers for that particular draw.

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Can a non resident play the Lotto NZ?

Both residents and non-residents, including short-term visitors, are allowed to play Lotto and collect winnings in New Zealand

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How much is a lotto ticket NZ?

Lotto starts at $0.70 per line, but there`s a four-line minimum, so your complete ticket will cost at least $2.80. Powerball adds $0.80 to the price of each line, and comes with its own win table of extra prize tiers. Strike! costs $1 per line and is based on the first four main Lotto balls drawn.

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What are the lotto result for today?

Lotto NZ explains that if you buy a $7 ticket your odds of winning first division are 1 in 383,838

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What are my chances of winning Lotto NZ?

If you win a prize with Lotto, and have the winning Powerball on the same line, you win the Powerball prize in addition to the Lotto prize. The jackpot odds of winning New Zealand Lotto are one in 3,838,380.


Does 3 numbers win in Lotto NZ?

To win you need to match any three of the winning Lotto numbers on a single line of your ticket.

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What are the most common Lotto numbers drawn in Lotto NZ?

Numbers 1, 18, 13, 7, 19 and 12 are the most drawn Lotto numbers, while 2 is the most frequently drawn Powerball number.

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What is bullseye Lotto?

Bullseye is a jackpotting game giving players a chance to win $100,000 or more daily by simply picking a six-digit number between 000,000 and 999,999. If their number exactly matches the winning number, they`ve hit the Bullseye..

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How can I win the Lotto NZ?

Six Tips on How to Win the Lotto NZ:

If you want to boost your chance of winning the Lotto NZ, here are the nine helpful tips to increase your winnings.

  1. To increase your probability of winning, you need to buy more tickets. But the downside of this is that you may need to spend lots of money to win a price. The worth of your winnings may not be fully compensated because of the high investment you put in buying tickets. But then again, buying more lottery ticket may help improve your chances of winning.
  2. Don’t choose consecutive numbers. For example, if you play a lottery with five winning numbers and you have to choose until numbers 42. The total numbers must be between 104 and 176. Our statistics have shown that 70% of lottery jackpots have sums that fall in this range.  
  3. Don’t choose a number that falls in the same number group or ending with a similar digit. Although, there is a possibility that you may win, but the probability is very low.
  4. Look for more unpopular games played at odd times. Don’t go for lottery games that always have a winner try to explore other unpopular games like Yawmiyeh. Most likely, people will all go to that lottery game, so your chance of winning is lesser. Go to the less popular, with lesser game player, so your odd of winning is higher.
  5. Some people tend to play lotto based from the numbers of their birthday, or the birthday of a family member. If this happens, you will usually get more numbers from 1 to 31, as this corresponds to the days in the calendar method. If you choose numbers above 31, this may not increase your chance of winning but it can boost your probability of not sharing the prize with anyone.
  6. Keep in mind that every number in the lottery has an equal probability of being chosen as the winning number. There is no software that could predict the exact winning number. But you can increase your chance of not splitting the jackpot price if you use the not so common number.

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How do I know if I won?

All Lotto Results draw will be notified of the results:

  • - by reply email within a few minutes of the official TV announcement, if played online
  • - by reply sms if played via sms
  • - by visiting the nearest Lotto Results Point of Sale
  • - by visiting our website

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