Results & winnings
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The Super 66 game may be played in all Australian states except New South Wales (which substitutes with Lotto Strike instead). In most states the game is offered only as a supplementary game, available to play alongside other big game selections. Because of this, most states offer only computer-generated entries to the game, no manual lucky lotto number selection here.
HOW TO PLAY:
Six numbers are drawn from 0 to 9 which represent the winning numbers. Match these six numbers with your six chosen numbers in the order drawn from either left or right on each game you have played to see yourself a jackpot winner. There are fixed consolation prizes for matches for at least the first two or last two digits as well.
WHEN TO PLAY:
As a supplementary or ‘add-on’ game the Super 66 results are dependent on the results of which ever game it is played along with, ie. Oz Lotto, Oz Powerball, etc. Generally the game’s results are available by 9pm (AEST) on the evening of the specific big game’s draw you’ve played it alongside with. Dividends for each game are updated following the draw and are usually available on the morning following that draw.