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What is Monday Lotto?

Monday Lotto is a weekly lotto draw from Australia that takes place every Monday. The Monday Lotto offers tax free prizes and features a guaranteed win of $1 million AUD in prize money for up to 4 players. To win the jackpot, simply choose 6 numbers correctly out of 45.

How To Play:

To win the jackpot, simply choose 6 numbers correctly out of a possible 45 including. 2 additional numbers are chosen and used only for the 2nd, 6th and 7th prize division. You can choose between buying a single ticket or pooling together and joining a group game. Group games are better option if you want to increase your chances without spending a fortune. See below (Tips & Tricks For Increasing Your Odds).

When Do The Draws Take Place

3:30 AM PST/6:30 AM EST/11:30 AM GMT/9:30 PM AUS

Chances to win – Monday Lotto

Divisions Match Winning Odds
1st Prize 6 Regular 1 in 8,145,060
2nd Prize 5 Regular + 1 or 2 Supplementary 1 in 678,755
3rd Prize 5 Regular 1 in 36,689
4th Prize 4 Regular 1 in 733
5th Prize 3 Regular + 1 or 2 Supplementary 1 in 297
6th Prize 1 or 2 Regular + 2 Supplementary 1 in 144

Monday Lotto History

The Monday Australian Lotto has a long established history. The first draw goes all the way back to 1979 when it was known as "The Big One". In the southern regions of Australia the lotto is known as "X-lotto". Since early 2004 Monday Australian Lotto has been the same structure as the Saturday Lotto.

Minimum Jackpot

$1,000,000 AUD

Record Jackpot

$6,000,000 AUD


Winnings from Monday Lotto, and all Australian Lottos are tax free within the country, but if you are playing from overseas then it is best to take advice on tax liabilities in your country. As a general rule, any winnings below $1,500 are subject to zero tax, no matter the jurisdiction or where the ticket was bought.

What Happens if I Win?

When you win a jackpot you will be paid out 2 weeks of claiming your prize. You have a two options as to how you would like to claim your winnings. The first is the most common, where jackpot winners’ are paid in multiple annual payments, depending on your preference. The time period you have to claim your prize depends on where the ticket was bought. As a general rule you have 6 months to claim your winning ticket from the time of the draw, but be sure to check which jurisdiction your ticket was bought in.

Tips & Tricks For Increasing Your Odds

The best way to increase your odds is to buy group game tickets, It’s pure logic & math. When you buy group game tickets you essentially ‘pool together’ your tickets and therefore increase your odds immensely.

For example: If you wanted to buy a single ticket for a Monday Australian Lotto draw it will cost you around $1.50 AUD offline, and anywhere up to $4 AUD per ticket online. With a group game option you buy shares in a group of tickets online. 50 tickets could make up one group (groups can be anywhere from 30-100 tickets grouped together). This group of 50 tickets is then split into 100 shares and each share can be sold separately, this way the player can buy a share in a group of 50 tickets for a prices much cheaper, as little as €0.19 per ticket. If one of the group’s ticket is a winner then the winning amount will be split according to how many shares you have in the group.

So, if we have a group of 50 tickets, split into 100 shares and you buy 10 shares in the group, you own 10% of the group of 50 tickets. This means if the group of tickets has a winner in it, say $100,000.00 AUD you would receive 10% of this total, meaning you would win $10,000.00 AUD

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