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South Africa Daily Lotto, is one of the big South African Lotteries along with South Africa Powerball, a national favorite.
But, the best thing about daily lotteries is that they don't cost very much, but the chances of winning are in your favor. South Africa Daily Lotto is one of our favorite daily lotteries to choose from. It’s cheap, easy to play and you’ve got a good chance of winning!
Playing on the South Africa Daily Lotto is easy, and you can do it every day if you want. The only thing you need to do is to choose five numbers between 1-36 and pay for your entry, and you'll have the chance of winning some very nice prizes.
The jackpot is yours if you match all five numbers with the five balls that are drawn. But, you have a chance of bringing home a small prize even if you only match two out of five numbers. Good luck!
The draws take place on Mon 19:00, Tue 19:00, Wed 19:00, Thu 19:00, Fri 19:00, Sat 19:00 & Sun 19:00.
According to the official news from Daily Lotto, one lucky person won a whopping jackpot of R360 000 on 19th March, almost €19.000.
Jackpot of the next draw is €25,000.
What would you do with that kind of money?
To receive your FREE Daily Lotto results, please sign up for email notifications. You can also download the free Multilotto app for iPhone, iPad, and Android. Download our apps and gain access to results and information for all lotteries, and check your lottery results, select your lucky numbers, and find draw schedules for the next Daily Lottodraw from the comfort of your mobile!
Hot numbers are the lottery numbers that appear the most, and Daily Lotto's hot numbers are 12,25,1,14,22. Cold numbers are the numbers that appear infrequently. The Daily Lotto cold numbers are 16,3,17,7,11. Overdue numbers are those numbers that haven't recently appeared in consecutive draws. The numbers that are most recently overdue are 3(22 days),2(15 days),23(13 days),26(12 days),27(11 days). Some lotto fans choose them specifically because of this, believing that their reappearance in Daily Lotto results is only a matter of time, while others stay clear.
When you play on the SA Daily Lotto, you're not only playing for the big jackpot, but you've also got some nice secondary prizes!
The jackpot consists of 35.6%% of the prize pool, which is usually around R201,314, or €10,500. Not bad for a day's earnings, is it? And, your chances of bringing home that jackpot is 1 in 376,992. These are some pretty good odds if you compare with weekly lotteries.
Yes, you read it right. With SA Daily Lotto, there are no rollovers, so if no one wins the big jackpot of the day, it goes straight down to the next person in line.
If you're lucky enough to have matched four balls and are the second tier up, then you will be cashing in not only your second-tier prize but also the jackpot!
If you're a little less lucky today, you have some fellow winners who have matched as many balls as you have. In this case, the money will be divided evenly among you.
South Africa Daily Lotto belongs to Ithuba National Lottery, which is registered and licensed by the National Lotteries Commission.
Daily lotteries are often cheaper to play on compared to weekly or more infrequent lotteries. With the South Africa Daily Lotto, you'll only pay 0.2 euro, just a few cents for one line.
Pretty affordable for your daily expenditure, isn't it?
As you might have guessed, SA Daily Lotto has one draw every day of the week, so you've got plenty of chances to join!
Find out if you're one of the lucky winners by checking out the results and prizes on Multilotto's website. If you're one of the lucky few, the money will be transferred to your account for you to access whenever you are ready.
If you’re just getting started with lotteries, then the first thing you want to do is stay away from number combinations that have already been drawn. Because, as it turns out, the same five numbers (in order) have a chance once in every 1035 years to be drawn again with seven lottery draws per week.
You may also want to stay away from consecutive numbers since though they have been drawn – it’s less likely.
What you may not know is that numbers that have lost for four games or less in a row make up approximately half of the winning numbers – and losing numbers that have been out for six games or less make up 2/3 of the winning numbers.
And a final tip for when you choose your numbers for the South Africa Daily Lotto – try to go for a mix of odd and even numbers, since it’s very rare for all five numbers that are drawn to be either odd or even. Try to go for a mix 2/3 mix!