About Saturday Lotto (TattsLotto, Gold Lotto, X Lotto)
Saturday Lotto is a nationwide syndicated lotto, also known as TattsLotto in Victoria, Tasmania and Northern Territory, Gold Lotto in Queensland, and X Lotto in South Australia. It was based on the European style lotteries and first introduced in Victoria in 1972 before expanding to all states by 2013.
Saturday Lotto offers an estimated First Division prize of $4 million each week, plus regular $20 million "Superdraws" taking place approximately 6-7 times a year!
How to Play
Saturday Lotto (TattsLotto, Gold Lotto, X Lotto) is a game of chance whereby 6 numbers and 2 supplementary numbers are randomly drawn from a barrel of 45 numbers every Saturday.
The supplementary numbers are used to determine prizes in Divisions 2, 5 and 6.
A single game of Saturday Lotto requires you to choose 6 numbers from 1 to 45.
Saturday Lotto is drawn on Saturdays at 8:30pm AEST (or 9.30pm during Daylight Saving).
To win the Division 1 prize, match your 6 numbers with the 6 winning numbers for that draw.
How to Win
To win Division 1 you need to match your 6 chosen numbers in a single game with the 6 winning numbers from the draw.
The odds of winning a Division 1 prize in Saturday Lotto (TattsLotto, Gold Lotto, X Lotto) is 1 in 8,145,060. The odds of winning a division 6 prize with a single game in Saturday Lotto is 1 in 144.
||1 in 8,145,060
|5 Mains + 1 Sup
||1 in 678,755
||1 in 36,689
||1 in 733
|3 Mains + 1 Sup
||1 in 297
|1 or 2 Mains + 2 Sups
||1 in 144