Lottery Singapore is the only operator and provider of gambling products in Singapore. Licensed by the Singapore Totalisator Board, they have been providing services since 1968 and have been helping Singaporeans to place bets and win cash prizes. They also contribute to society by donating surpluses to different charitable organisations and communities.
Playing lottery in Singapore is a simple process and involves making a bet, selecting numbers, and waiting for the draw to be held. You can purchase tickets from a number of lottery outlets or online. You can also check the results of a lottery drawing at any time.
What are the odds of winning a Singapore lottery?
The odds of winning a jackpot in the Singapore lottery are one in 13,983,816. This is not as high as some of the bigger lotteries in the world, but it is still very competitive. The jackpot prize is guaranteed to be a minimum of $1 million, and it can get very large.
Winnings in Singapore are not taxable as they are windfalls and do not constitute an income. However, it is important to note that if you win in the Singapore lottery, you must present your ticket to the lottery office within 180 days of the draw to collect your prize.
How much does a ticket cost?
Typically, a ticket costs S$1 but you can buy more than one. Alternatively, you can use a system bet to increase your chances of winning.