All About the Australia Saturday Lotto
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Play Australia Saturday Lotto From Abroad / Overseas
Saturday Lotto is very popular in Western Australia and New South Wales. Actually, this game is marketed using varied names in varied areas of Australia.
Saturday Lotto is called Gold Lotto in Queensland while in Southern Australia this game is known X Lotto. It is called ‘TattsLotto’ in Northern territory as well as in Tasmania, Victoria and ACT.
Playing Saturday Lotto
Despite its term or area where Saturday Lotto is played, similar rules always apply to Saturday Lotto. Players need to select six figures, from 1-45. Six key numbers are initially drawn from the draws, followed by a couple of supplementary numbers.
In order to be a jackpot winner, a player needs to match each of the six key numbers.
Claiming a Prize
The way to claim a prize for Saturday Lotto varies according to how you bought your ticket:
In case you made an online purchase of your ticket via the concierge service for lottery:
- You shall obtain a notification through email, informing you about outcomes of the draw and whatever prizes you might have won.
- After this, any cash prize shall be moved to your online account. However, the pace of transfer is determined by the amount won. Payment for prizes for division 1 shall be made 24 days after the draw is held.
- Payment for prizes for division 2 is made eight days after the draw takes place while prizes in each of the other divisions are paid 24 hours after the draw is held.
In case you bought your ticket personally from a certified retailer:
- Claims for lower than AU$1,5000 can be made at any outlet for TattsLotto, so long as the purchasing of ticket occurred in similar jurisdiction.
- In the event that you become a $AU 200 winner or less and you reside in Victoria, you can make a claim for your winnings at an outlet for Tatts Quick.
- Prizes for first Division should be picked straight from Tattersall’s and payments are made from the initial business day, a couple of weeks after the draw.