Singapore Lottery Odds

Oct 9, 2022 Uncategorized

The odds of winning the Singapore lottery can vary greatly depending on a number of factors. For example, if you play three tickets a week, your odds of winning the jackpot are increased to one in 14 million. However, if you play all the lotto numbers, your odds decrease to one in 54. Furthermore, if there are no winners for four draws, the jackpot rolls down.


The Toto lottery in Singapore is the only legalised form of lottery in the country. It goes by different names elsewhere in the world. It is held by Singapore Pools, the only licensed lottery operator. In April 2015, it was the second most popular form of gambling in Singapore. However, it can be risky and is not recommended for children.

If you win a prize, you must claim it within 180 days of the drawing. Players can claim their prizes at any Singapore Pools retail outlet or call the main office. Singapore doesn’t charge taxes on lottery prizes, but foreign winners should be aware of taxes in their home country.

Singapore Sweep

The Singapore Sweep is a lottery game in Singapore that offers the chance of winning a cash prize. The odds of winning the Singapore Sweep are one in eleven. Prize amounts vary depending on the amount of tickets purchased. In August 2015, a maid from the Philippines won 2.3 million dollars. She revealed her intention to give her winnings to children in the Philippines.

To win the Singapore Sweep, players must match six random numbers from one to 55. The winning numbers are drawn every month at 6pm. There are currently 3.5 million tickets available. In addition to winning the jackpot of $2.3 million, players can also win a prize of up to $1,000. To play the Singapore Sweep, all players must purchase a ticket.


The 99JITU TOTO lottery is the only legal lottery in Singapore, and is operated by Singapore Pools. People in Singapore like playing this lottery because it’s cheap and convenient, and it offers the chance to win big money. Of course, this isn’t the cheapest way to win, but the odds are pretty good.

To play the lottery, players choose six numbers from 1 to 49. The price of a single ticket is $1, GST included. The price of the tickets increases with each matching number, and the jackpot prize is awarded to the player who matches six numbers.

System 9

The Singapore lottery draws on Mondays and Thursdays at 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. The grand prize is won by matching all 7 numbers drawn, which are known as the “grand prize” numbers. A player can buy a ticket with System 7 or System 5 for more regular chances at winning. During the draw, a computer randomly selects six winning numbers for the player, and the winner is guaranteed the prize if the number matches all seven.

Toto lottery tickets in Singapore cost a few dollars. The numbers are drawn from a pool of numbers from one to 49. You can enter the lottery using mobile phone, online, or at a physical outlet. A typical Toto ticket has six numbers, while a Super Lotto ticket can have up to twelve numbers. A higher number selection increases your stake, and if you win, you’ll win $1 for every dollar spent.


The latest Singapore lottery results have been released and a Malaysian working in the city-state has won S$9.8 million. The man has said that he intends to stay in Singapore and continue working. He also plans to use his windfall to buy property and set up a fund for his children’s education. In addition, he intends to donate some of his winnings to charity.

The odds of winning the S$1 million jackpot are one in 13,983,816. However, there is a chance that you could win any prize on the Singapore lottery. The jackpot rolls down every four draws, and if there is no winner after four draws, the prize pool is shared between lower prize winners.